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Things to consider before starting a food cart business

A food cart business can be a ticket to steady profits. But you should not set up one without ample preparation.

Because of low capitalization and strong earning potential, food carts have become one of the most the preferred types of start-up businesses for many Filipinos. Richard Sanz of the Philippine Franchise Association (PFA), in an interview with Entrepreneur Philippines, identified two options ...

by Entrepreneur Staff and Entrepreneur Staff  | May 18, 2015 05:00:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make empanada

Learn how to make empanada.

Empanada is one pastry that crosses income segments. It can be sold to the masses at mall kiosks, to the well-heeled at Sunday neighborhood markets, or even to guests at 5-star hotels! If you are looking for a quick but promising home-based ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | February 18, 2015 05:00:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make puto pao

Here's another easy recipe. Add another twist to puto and siopao. Make the popular puto pao.

Puto and siopao are great for snacks, and as a business, they require minimal capital and are easy to make. This time, we’ll teach you how to make puto-pao, a bun with asado toppings or fillings.You‘ll need the following to get started: ...

by Mishell Malabaguio  | February 16, 2015 12:30:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make siomai

Cook your way to hefty profits by making and selling this well-loved traditional Chinese dumpling---siomai.

Students and alumni of University of the Philippines in Los Baños would surely agree that everyone who visits the campus must try eating at or taking food out from Papu’s Siomai, which is conveniently located just a few meters outside the main ...

by Mishell M. Malabaguio  | February 04, 2015 01:15:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make banana chips

Believe it or not, good banana chips are highly in-demand overseas. So be patient in perfecting your cooking skills-you may be looking at exporting your products soon!

These days, healthier snack options are gaining bigger following. That is why banana chips have become among the staples in most pasalubong stalls anywhere in the country. Those could be a little salty or sweet.  Believe it or not, good banana chips ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | January 30, 2015 01:30:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make mantou

For today, you may try making and selling mantou, which is still rarely found in street food carts and restaurants.

For foodies who love Chinese desserts, mantou could easily be counted as among their top picks. This is no surprise as the steamed bun or bread is not just satisfying cravings but also filling the stomach with the right amount of energy-giving ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | January 29, 2015 02:00:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make siopao

Learn how to make one of the most popular meriendas for Filipinos---siopao.

•    1 kilogram of all-purpose flour•    180 grams of white sugar•    10 grams of yeast•    60 grams of shortening•    10 grams of salt•    5 grams of baking powderFor the filling, you will need:•    1/2 kilo of chicken filling•    1/3 cup of brown ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | January 28, 2015 02:00:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make chocolate candies

Are you looking for an easy and promising business idea this New Year? Try this one. Learn how to make chocolate candies.

Chocolate candies are perfect as giveaways at weddings, as party favors, as gifts, or simply as desserts. And another good thing is they’re easy to make, as chocolate candy molding involves only a three-step process: melting, pouring, and setting.Materials needed:•    Pan•    Stainless ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | January 06, 2015 01:30:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make no-bake peanut butter cheesecake

Make your own no-bake cheesecake and earn using the recipe below.

by MJ Dinglasan  | December 25, 2014 01:00:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make mango float

It is the season to indulge. Take advantage of Yuletide by cashing in on another sure-bet business idea. This time, prepare and sell mango float.

We can’t deny the fact that mango is a well-loved fruit by most Filipinos, hence, a favorite dessert to make for most parties as well, especially during holidays. One delicious dessert you can make out of mangoes is mango float. This all-time ...

by MJ Dinglasan  | December 24, 2014 01:00:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make lumpiang shanghai

Are you looking for home-based food business ideas? Here is another easy recipe for you: how to make lumpiang shanghai.

by Entrepreneur Staff  | December 22, 2014 01:00:00
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Home-based business idea: How to make 'nilupak'

You can easily make a home-based business out of making delicious 'nilupak.' Here�s the simple and traditional recipe for it.

The traditional snack dish called nilupak is one of the delicious treats that can be made from cassava (kamoteng kahoy). With its sweet and distinct taste coming with much needed carbohydrates, it can be a perfect snack or dessert. ‘Nilupak’ is a ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | December 16, 2014 02:00:00
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Home-based business idea: How to cook kwek-kwek

One of the most popular types of street food across the country is comprised of quail eggs with unique and tasty coating. If you want to learn how to cook kwek-kwek for the home-based food cart you are planning to put up, here's how.

Kwek-kwek is a favorite Filipino street food snack because it is tasty, affordable and filling. The snack is also a great way to earn extra money since it is easy to make and the ingredients are readily available in local markets. Just ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | December 04, 2014 01:30:00
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