Filipino Preserved Food Recipes for Business

Filipino preserved food recipes for business

Here are some Filipino preserved food recipes for business. (Photo Credits-Modified)

So I am apparently on a roll when it comes to food business ideas that moms like us can have.

I hope you enjoyed our recent posts on goodies, steamed desserts, puto variants, and sweets that you can sell.

Now I am going to suggest to you some Filipino food items with longer shelf life that you can sell all year round. So, here is a list of —

Filipino Preserved Food Recipes for Business:

  1. Spreads – Choco spread, yema spread, Cheese Pimiento, and native peanut butter can be made from home, and do not require special cooking equipment – in fact you do not even need an oven! Just jar these perfectly, cover with sinamay, tie a ribbon around the cover, and you’ve got a nice product to sell during the holidays. Otherwise you can sell it on plain jars, and even in microwave containers. Here are good recipes for choco spread, yema spread, and cheese pimiento.
  2. Tuyo Flakes – This is not really very complicated, and is a comfort food for some! You can make it plain, spicy, or even up the yumminess level by adding capers! Here is an easy recipe to follow.

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  1. Bottled Sardines – If you have a pressure cooker at home (Still don’t have one — choose and buy here) then it will be very easy for you to make bottled sardines! Just make sure to source fresh fish, and you are on your way to making a great product! Check out this recipe.
  2. Chili Oil – If you have allergic rhinitis like me, forget about this because cooking it may make you sneeze. But if you are fine with the smell of cooking chillies then go for this! Here is a recipe. This is perfect as well if you plan on having a Siomai Business!
  3. Atchara – Not all atcharas are made equal but in a tropical country like ours, you will have a lot to choose from. You can have atcharang papaya, atcharang sayote, among the many types of atchara in the market. Do not forget the flower shaped carrots when you jar these! Here is a recipe for my dad’s favorite Atcharang Papaya.
  4. Ginisang Bagoong – I just love receiving home-cooked ginisang bagoong! I remember my mom used to make these, and give these away along basket-full of Mangoes! You can make this easily and as long as you do not live in a condo or in very close proximity with your neighbors, make big batches and sell! Here is a quick recipe to follow.

So there you have it, hope you got a side business idea through my past series of posts. I will be coming up with a couple more posts on Food items that you can sell to earn a side income in the Philippines. Always remember mommies that presentation may be key but at the end of the day, it is the taste and prep that will matter and will make your clients come back for more. Here is hoping that if you have the time, hope you could drop by my Facebook page and hit the like button, so you can receive regular updates from direct on your newsfeed.

Thank you so much!

A Happy Homemaker is a Happy Pinay Mommy.

Leaving you with this video on home-based food business:

Puto Recipes for Business in the Philippines

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