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Chapter 4
TECNICAL STUDY
“Technical analysis is the study of market action, primarily though the use of charts, for the purpose of forecasting future price trends” In its purest form, technical analysis consider only the actual price behavior of the market or instrument, based on the premise that price reflects all relevant factor before an investor becomes aware of them through other channels .

Product Description

Mariveles Menu
Sinigang
- Pork Sinigang or Sinigang na Baboy is a sour soup native to the Philippines. This particular soup dish uses pork as the main ingredient though beef, shrimp, fish, and even chicken (this is known as sinampalukang manok) can be used. Bony parts of the pig known as “buto-buto” are usually preferred for this dish. These parts can be either of the following: pork neck bone, chopped spare ribs, chopped baby back ribs, and pork belly. Sometimes pork kasim and pigue (pork ham) are also used.
Bicol Express
- Is a popular Filipino dish which was popularized in the district of Malate, Manila but made in traditional Bicolano style? It is a stew made from long chilies (siling mahaba in Tagalog, lada panjang in Malay/Indonesian), coconut milk, shrimp paste or stockfish, onion, pork, and garlic. It is said to have been inspired by the fiery Bicolano dish gulay na may lada, which is nowadays presented as one of the many variants of Bicol Express.
Bicol Express was named after the passenger train service[ from Manila to the Bicol region, a region in the Philippines famous for its spicy cuisine.
Pinakbet
- Pinakbet is a tasty vegetable dish made-up of different fresh vegetables, pork, and shrimp paste. This Pinakbet Recipe is a variation of the popular Tagalog version of this dish, Pakbet Ilokano that originated from the Ilocos Region.

Limay Menu
Nilagang Baboy
- Every culture has its version of boiled meat and vegetables. So I said in my Dublin coddle post. In the Philippines, the generic nilaga (literally, boiled) can refer to boiled beef and vegetables, boiled chicken and vegetables or boiled pork and vegetables. What the vegetables are vary. But, almost always, there is a combination of leafy and non-leafy vegetables.
Daing na Bangus
-Daing is one of the oldest and cheapest known methods of food preservation. In the Philippines, the usual process is by drying the salted fish under the sun and the wind removing the moisture from the meat
Ensaladang Labanos
- Labanos can be prepared as salad. A dish which originated in Ilocos region it is so simple that you only need fresh tomato and little salt. You would love the crunchiness of labanos, the slightly bitter, tangy and salty taste is just perfect for an appetizer or a side dish of your favorite grilled meat or seafood.

Orion Menu
Tinolang Manok
- Tinola is a ginger and onion based soup with chicken as the usual main ingredient. Chicken tinola is an authentic Filipino main dish and best complimented with green papaya wedges (an alternative is chayote) and chili pepper leaves. As a traditional dish, the chicken is usually cooked in low heat for quite some time to bring out the natural flavor. This dish is best served during cold and rainy weather because of the warming effect of the soup.
Hamunado
- In the Philippines, “hamonado” refers to a dish cooked liked ham but sweetened with fruit juice like pineapple juice, most often, although other juices may be substituted. Pork hamonado is a popular party dish especially during Christmas and New Year.

Bopis
-A spicy Filipino dish made out of pork lungs and heart sautéed in tomatoes, chilies and onions. A uniquely Filipino dish traditionally prepared from assorted pig parts. These assorted parts are usually the heart, kidneys, lungs, and intestines. The liver and brain, along with the ears and the face is reserved for use in cooking sisig.
Pilar Menu
Pesang Isda
-This delightful dish involves cooking medium to large sized fish in a broth that are mainly composed of rice washing and ginger; vegetables such as bok choy or pechay are also included for added flavor and nutrition. It has been a common practice to use “dalag” (mudfish) for this recipe, but feel free to use any medium to large size fish that you desire.
Kaldereta
- Came from the Spanish word “caldereta“, simply means stew. It is a favorite Filipino dish especially in the Luzon area, which is originally goat stew and is cooked with tomato sauce, potatoes, liver spread, olives, bell peppers and hot peppers. It is another one of those Spanish-influenced dishes that came to be a favorite among Filipinos. It became so popular that many versions have been made and other meat like beef, chicken, pork and even fish have been used. Beef is the most popular though.

Kare kare
- Kare-kare is a Philippine stew. It is made from peanut sauce with a variety of vegetables, stewed oxtail, beef, and occasionally offal or tripe. Meat variants may include goat meat or (rarely) chicken. It is often eaten with bagoong (shrimp paste), sometimes spiced with chili, and sprinkled with calamansi juice. Traditionally, any Filipino fiesta (particularly in Pampanga region) is not complete without kare-kare. In some Filipino-American versions of the dish, oxtail is exclusively used as the meat.
Balanga Menu
Bulalo
- Native to the Southern Luzon region of the Philippines, Bulalo is a light colored soup that’s made rich by cooking beef shanks and beef marrow bones for hours, until much of the collagen and fat has melted into the clear broth. The seasonings vary from chef to chef with some using only salt and black pepper while other variations call for patis, bay leaves or even garlic. But at its core, Bulalo a simple cattleman’s stew, best made in a large cauldron with whatever veggies are growing nearby.

Chicken Inasal
- Grilled chicken dish and one of the well known Ilonggo dishes. This is done by marinating chicken pieces in a unique blend of spices and grilling them until done.The special marinade and basting sauce makes this Ilonggo version of the grilled chicken extra special.
Laing
- Also known as Ginataang Gabi is equally famous and tasty as the Bicol Express. The dish’s main ingredients are taro stem and leaf cooked in coconut milk, salted with fermented shrimp or fish bagoong. It is also heavily spiced with red hot chilies called siling labuyo (“Bird’s eye chili”).
Abucay Menu
Bola bola
- This Filipino meatball recipe is essentially made from giniling or ground beef. Also known as Bola-bola recipe, which is the base for Sweet and Sour Meatball, Meatball Spaghetti and Misua Meatball Soup, among others.

Ginataang Sugpo
- One most noticeable variation among the Philippine’s regional cuisine is that in the particular locality, they are fond of using coconut milk in most of their cooking as well as chillies. The hottest and spiciest foods in the Philippines are normally enjoyed in this locality. Truly an entirely different gastronomic experience! One well known recipe is called Ginataang sugpo which is composed of thinly sliced pork with coconut milk, bagoong (shrimp paste), and chilli.
Chicken Curry
- Is a common delicacy in South Asia, East Asia, as well as in the Caribbean. The main ingredients in this dish are chicken and curry. The curry powder along with an array of other spices including masala powder, saffron, ginger and so on (depending on cookery style), are mixed to form a sauce to blend in with the chicken.
Samal Menu
Sinampalukang Manok
- Sinampalukang Manok is a sour soup dish composed of chicken, vegetables, and tamarind leaves. This chicken soup recipe is similar to Sinigang. The only difference is the use of tamarind leaves.Some people says that Sinampalukang Manok is just another sinigang recipe.
Metchado
- The traditional dish uses a Spanish culinary practice of threading strips of pork back-fat through thick pieces of cheaper lean beef to render them tenderer and less dry. Hence the name mechado from the Spanish mecha meaning wick. The larded pieces of beef are then marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, calamansi juice, crushed garlic, black pepper and bay leaf, browned quickly on all sides in hot oil or lard, and then slowly braised in its marinade with the addition of soup stock, onion slices, and tomato sauce until tender and the liquid is reduced to a thick flavorful gravy.
Calamares
- Fried squid or in Spanish calamares fritos is a very popular appetizer or tapa in Spain and in the USA. You might know this dish by the name Calamares a la Romana. Fresh or frozen squid can be purchased in most grocery stores, in the frozen food section, a dozen to a box.

Orani Menu
Batchoy
-This dish originated from the district of La Paz in Iloilo City in the island of Panay. Throughout the years, batchoy gained popularity and has been a favorite soup dish along with beef mami, beef pares, and bulalo.The miki noodles used in this recipe refers to fresh egg noodles. This type of noodle is often used in soup dishes. Since the noodles are fresh, it requires minimal cooking time. Sometimes, pouring hot broth over the noodles is enough to cook it.
Sisig
- Sisig, the ultimate pulutan companion for beer. Around bars and restaurants, the many varieties of sisig dish is a best seller either to go along your favorite drink or to be chewed down with hot steamed rice. Originally, sisig was made from chopped parts of a pig’s head, ears, snout, the brain, etc. Over the years it was reinvented into simple minced meat served on a sizzling platter with chili, liver, onion and seasoned with calamansi and vinegar. Different orders of sisig come in pork, chicken, tuna, chorizo, bangus, and tofu. Adding raw egg on the dish while it’s sizzling hot heightens the flavor as well.

Chicken Afritada
- Also known as apritada or apritadang is an easy-to-make, homestyle dish that shows the strong influence of the Philippines' Spanish colonial history. Savory chicken and the bright flavors of fresh vegetables are bathed in a garlicky tomato sauce and served over hot rice.

Hermosa Menu
Pork Barbeque
- Filipino’s eat this barbeque as an appetizer, meal, a snack, or what most of the guy’s favorite, Pulutan. This particular recipe has been a tradition for Filipino’s when it comes to street barbecuing. This is fairly simple to make, but it does take a little bit of time to marinate. The longer you let it marinate the better the taste. So be patient when it comes to preparing these mouth-watering street delights.
Chicken Cordon Blue
-A dish composed of chicken breast, ham, and Swiss cheese. The ham and Swiss cheese are arranged on the top of the chicken breast and rolled together then dredge in bread crumbs. Though the name sounds complicated, this is a very simple dish to make and can either be fried or baked.
Bagak Menu
Adobong Manok
- Chicken Adobo is an authentic Filipino dish and is one of the mostly recognized Filipino foods. This Chicken Adobo Recipe is the simplest that you can get.This dish is uniquely prepared by stewing chicken in vinegar and soy sauce.
Several sources who are experts in Asian food history say that the Filipinos were already cooking adobo even before Spanish colonization. The cooking method is termed as “inadobo” which is the very same method in this Chicken Adobo Recipe. It is also said that cooking with vinegar preserves the meat. This method is also considered as one of the earliest food preservation practice.
Breaded Pork Chop
- Is another pork dish that is normally served at carinderias and most likely your canteen? They are popular also in fast food restaurant. Most Pinoy love this dish with a lot of banana ketchup as a dipping sauce and some like them hot and spicy and prefer chili sauce for the dipping sauce. The original recipe call for coating the pork chop with bread crumbs and deep fried until crispy. I didn’t have the bread crumbs at that time so used all purpose flour instead. The breading is basically the same with my Kentucky fried chicken, I simply rub the pork chops with salt and pepper and let stand for at least 15 minutes before coating.
Ampalaya Gisado
- Ampalaya Guisado is a simple vegetable dish made by sauteing bitter gourd in garlic, onion and tomatoes and finished off by topping with beaten egg.
Morong Menu
Fried chicken
- Fried chicken (also referred to as Southern fried chicken) is a dish consisting of chicken pieces usually from broiler chickens which have been floured or battered and then pan-fried, deep fried, or pressure fried. The breading adds a crisp coating or crust to the exterior. What separates fried chicken from other fried forms of chicken is that generally the chicken is cut at the joints and the bones and skin are left intact. Crisp well-seasoned skin, rendered of excess fat, is a hallmark of well made fried chicken.
Bistek Tagalong
- The soy sauce and calamansi bubbled briskly in the hot pan as I browned the paper-thin slices of steaks. The fragrance, so familiar, lingered throughout the kitchen. bistek [bis-tek], pan-fried sirloin steaks, along with menudo and pork and chicken adobo. They were lifesavers for the homesick kitchen novice. They are simple to make and they call for ingredients that can be easily sourced or substituted.
Lumpian Ubod
-Ubod is coconut pith taken from the young coconut trunk; sliced in julienned cut the recipes (the filling, wrapper and sauce) are very simple and easy to follow. The recipe for the lumpia wrapper is a real keeper, its super simple and easy, partner with a sauce which perfectly compliment to the filling of the lumpia. Good for miryenda or a lunch.
Dinalupihan Menu
Dinuguan
-Dinuguan is a dish that is mainly comprised of pork meat (and most often pork innards such as small and large intestines) and pork blood. This is also known as “Blood Stew” or Pork Blood Stew. Even though some Southeast Asian and European countries have their own pork blood dishes, Dinuguan is considered unique due to the use vinegar and long green pepper

Embutido
- An embutido (Spanish: [embuˈtiðo], Brazilian Portuguese: [ẽbuˈtʃidu]), enchido (European Portuguese: [ẽˈʃiðu]) or embotits (Catalan: [əmbuˈtits]) is a generic term for sausages found in Spain, Portugal, the Philippines, and Central and South America (including Brazil).It generally contains hashed meat, generally pork, seasoned with aromatic herbs or spices (black pepper, red pepper, paprika, garlic, rosemary, thyme, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, or others) that is served wrapped in the skin of the pig's intestines
Ginataang Kamansi
-Kamansi or Seeded Breadfruit is closely related to Jackfruit. Both have sharp points on its skin. This is very rich in starch. I’ve never seen this eaten ripe like jackfruit. It is roasted, baked, fried, or boiled. I personally have never eaten seeded breadfruit that way. We cook it with pork and coconut milk. It is served like vegetable and eaten with steamed rice as viand.
Desserts
Halo halo
-Halo halo is a famous Filipino dessert alternative to ice cream and their kinds. “Halo” means “mix” in the Filipino dialect. So the word halo-halo literally means mix-mix. To have the complete idea, halo halo is a dessert composed of sweetened fruits like banana (saba), jackfruit (langka), coconut sport strips (macapuno), sweetened beans and purple yam, crushed ice and creamy milk all mixed together. There are so many varieties of halo halo recipes depending on your favorite ingredients and taste. They usually top it with ice cream, too. Summer won’t be complete without a tall glass of my favorite halohalo.
Mais Con yelo
- Maíz con hielo (literally corn with ice in Spanish language, translated as mais con yelo in Filipino) is a kind of snack in the Philippines. It is a mix of shaved ice, corn kernels, sugar and milk. Usually popular in the summer months, it is a variation of the more renowned halo-halo
Banana Con yelo
- Saba con Yelo is actually very similar to ‘minatamis na saging’ where we create a caramelized plantain slices. The only difference is that the former is served with crushed ice.
Buko pandan
- A Filipino tropical chilled dessert, it is compose of cubes of Pandan Jelly, Buko (shredded young coconut) and mini Sago Pearls in a not too sweet cream sauce.
Letche Plan
- LeTche flan is a favourite and popular dessert in the Philippines. It is similar to a cream caramel. It is sweet and rich. Leche Flan (also known as crème caramel and caramel custard) is a dessert made-up of eggs and milk with a soft caramel on top. This dessert is known throughout the world (especially in Europe) and has been in the dessert menu of most restaurants because of its convenience in preparation and long shelf life.
Maja Blangca
-This is a popular dessert among Filipinos. It can be served with different presentations. Ordinarily, when served in the Philippines, it will contain small kernels of sweet corn inside and topped with flakes of roasted coconut meat. Often it will also have shredded Cheddar cheese on top.
Drinks
Buko Juice
- Buko juice is a popular refreshing drink from the Philippines. "Buko" is a Filipino word which means "young coconut" in English. Hence, Buko juice is also known as Coconut Milk Drink. There are two ways to prepare a Buko juice, one is by using fresh coconut juice from the coconut fruit, and the other way is by using canned Buko juice concentrate purchased from groceries carrying Asian products. Either way, they offer a refreshing and healthy drink. Buko juice is known to help cure UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)
Melon Juice
-This juice is full of plant-based phytonutrients that can promote healthy, clear skin, reduce inflammation and may even boost metabolism. Even if it’s not springtime in your part of the world, this juice is a perfect pick-me-up any time of day.

Pineapple Juice
- Pineapple Juice is the sweet juice extracted from pineapples. It is sold unsweetened and sweetened in cans or bottles and as frozen concentrate, and used in many drink recipes, from ordinary mixed drinks to high proof punches.
Ice Tea
- Iced tea (sometimes known as ice tea) is a form of cold tea, usually served in a glass with ice. It may or may not be sweetened. Iced tea is also a popular packaged drink. It can be mixed with flavored syrup, with common flavors including lemon, peach, raspberry, lime, passion fruit, strawberry and cherry. While most iced teas get their flavor from tea leaves (Camellia sinensis), tisanes are also sometimes served cold and referred to as iced tea.
Sago’t Gulaman
- Sago't Gulaman is very popular refreshment. In restaurants it is served in a tall, footed glass, in neighborhood stores it is ladled into plastic cups and in street stands it is simply poured into plastic bags and provided with straw. It can be taken as an after-meal beverage-dessert, a snack or a drink to accompany another merienda item. Sago itself is also seen in Tahu, Ginataan and Ginumis while gulaman which is made from seaweed called agar-agar can be eaten as a gelatin dessert with or without fruits.

Table 15
Sinigang
YIELD: SOLO: COMBO: Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Pork | 1000g | 180.00/kg | P180.00 | Kang kong | 3 bunches | 5.00/bunches | P15.00 | Fish sauce | 30g | 41.00/L | P1.00 | String beans | 2 bunches | 5.00/bunches | P10.00 | Tomatoes | 3 pcs | 30/kg | P6.00 | Banana pepper | 5pcs | 150/kg | P15.00 | Onion | 1 dice | 80.00/kg | P5.00 | Taro | 2 pcs | 40.00/kg | P15.00 | Siningang mix | 25g | 12.00/25g | P12.00 | Okra | 2 bunches | 100.00/kg | P10.00 | Eggplant | 400g | 55.00/kg | P22.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P261.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P331.00 | Mark-up(Solo) 158 % | | | P41.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P8.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P75.00 | Mark-up(Combo) 62% | | | P20.50 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P6.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P60.00 |

Table 16 Bicol Express
YIELD: SOLO: 7 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Pork | 1500g | 180.00/kg | P270.00 | Chili | 30g | 610.00/kg | P18.00 | Onion | 50g | 80.00/kg | P4.00 | Garlic | 2 gloves | 90.00/kg | P2.00 | Coconut milk | 2 pcs | 20.00/pcs | P40.00 | Oil | 60g | 374.75/kg | P6.00 | Salt | 10g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Banana pepper | 30g | 160.00/kg | P5.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P346.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P416.00 | Mark-up(Solo) 100% | | | P49.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P12.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P110.00 | Mark-up(Combo) 56% | | | P29.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P8.50 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P80.00 |

Table 17
Pinakbet
YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Pork | 250g | 180.00/kg | P45.00 | Oil | 60g | 374.75/kg | P6.00 | Ampalaya | 500g | 130.00/kg | P65.00 | Eggplant | 500g | 55.00/kg | P27.50 | Kalabasa | 500g | 40.00/kg | P20.00 | Okra | 200g | 100.00/kg | P20.00 | Tomatoes | 200g | 30.00/kg | P6.00 | Garlic | 3 cloves | 90.00/kg | P3.00 | 0nion | 60g | 80.00/kg | P5.00 | Ginger | 60g | 95.00/kg | P6.00 | Bagoongisda | 4tbsp | 18.00/bottle | P3.00 | Pepper | 10g | 40.00/kg | P2.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P208.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL ( with rice) | | | P278.00 | Mark-up(Solo) 130% | | | P45.50 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P90.00 | Mark-up(Combo) 65% | | | P23.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P7.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P65.00 |

Table 18
Nilagang Baboy
YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Pork | 1000 g | 180/kg | P180.00 | Garlic | 5 cloves | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | Onion | 120 g | 80.00/kg | P10.00 | Peppercorn | 5 g | 40.00/75g | P1.00 | Pork broth | 10g | 4.50/10g | P4.50 | Gabi | 1 pc | 40.00/kg | P10.00 | Potato | 300 g | 80.00/kg | P24.00 | Corn | 1000 g | 35.00/kg | P35.00 | Saba banana | 5 pcs | 3.00/pc | P15.00 | Cabbage | 400 g | 80.00/kg | P32.00 | Green bean | 200g | 80.00/kg | P16.00 | Salt | 10 g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P333.50 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL ( with rice) | | | P403.50 | Mark-up(Solo) 70% | | | P29.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P8.50 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P80.00 | Mark-up(Combo) 56% | | | P22.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P7.44 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P70.00 |

Table 19
Daing na Bangus
YIELD: SOLO: 7 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Bangus | 2000g | 140.00/kg | P280.00 | Vinegar | 700ml | 15.00/350ml | P30.00 | Garlic | 6 cloves | 90.00/kg | P6.00 | Salt | 10g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Pepper | 10g | 40.00/kg | P2.00 | oil | 480g | 372.75/gal | P45.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P364.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P434.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 80% | | | P42.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P11.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P105.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 48% | | | P26.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P90.00 |

Table 20
Ensaladang Labanos YIELD: 10 servings SOLO: COMBO: Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Labanos | 1000g | 40.00/kg | P40.00 | Tomato | 500g | 30.00/kg | P15.oo | salt | 5g | 24.25/kg | P2.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P57.00 | Rice | 1000g | 35.00/kg | P35.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P92.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 70% | | | P39.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P6.46 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P60.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 200% | | | P24.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P4.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P40.00 |

Table 21
Tinolang Manok
YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Chicken | 1500g | 140.00/kg | P210.00 | Papaya | 500g | 50.00/kg | P25.00 | Ginger | 100g | 95.00/kg | P10.00 | Dahonngsili | 3 bunches | 10.00/bunches | P30.00 | Garlic | 6 cloves | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | Onion | 120g | 80.00/kg | P10.00 | Oil | 60g | 374.75/gal | P6.00 | Fish sauce | 30g | 41.00/L | P1.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P297.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P367.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 70% | | | P35.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P95.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 55 % | | | P25.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P8.50 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P80.00 |

Table 22
Hamunado
YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Pork | 1000g | 180.00/kg | P180.00 | Pineapple juice | 530ml | 34.50/530ml | P34.50 | Pineapple chunks | | | | Onion | 60g | 80.00/kg | P6.00 | Brown sugar | 100g | 40.00/kg | P4.00 | Oil | 60g | 372.75/gal | P6.00 | Hotdog | 6pcs | 140.00/kg | P35.00 | Salt | 5g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Pepper | 5g | 40.00/75g | P1.00 | TOTAL | | | P274.25 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL | | | P344.25 | Mark up (Solo) 83% | | | P28.20 | Mark up (Combo)57% | | | P19.40 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P7.50 | Vat (Combo) 12% | | | P6.40 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P70.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P60.00 |

Table 23
Bopis
YIELD: SOLO: COMBO: INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Pork heart | 1000g | 170.00/kg | P170.00 | Pork lung | 1000g | 170.00/kg | P170.00 | Garlic | 6 cloves | 90.00/kg | P6.00 | Onion | 100g | 80.00/kg | P8.00 | Red bell pepper | 100g | 100.00/kg | P10.00 | Vinegar | 314g | 15.00/314g | P15.00 | Pepper | 10g | 40.00/75g | P2.00 | Oil | 60g | 374.75/gal | P6.00 | Salt | 10g | 22.25/kg | P2.00 | TOTAL | | | P389.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL | | | P459.00 | Mark up (Solo) 64% | | | P31.00 | Mark up (Combo)45% | | | P21.00 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Vat (Combo) 12% | | | P8.00 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P90.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P75.00 |

Table 24
Pesang Isda YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Fish | 1000g | 210.00/kg | P210.00 | Pechay | 2 bunches | 5.00/bunches | P10.00 | Salt | 10g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Onion | 60g | 80.00/kg | P5.00 | Ginger | 50g | 95.00/kg | P5.00 | Garlic | 3 cloves | 90.00/kg | P3.00 | Fish sauce | 30g | 41.00/L | P1.00 | peppercorn | 5g | 40.00/75g | P2.00 | Oil | 120g | 372.75/gal | P12.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P459.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P529.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 72 % | | | P41.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P12.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P110.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 51 % | | | P27.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P90.00 |

Table 25
Kalldereta
YIELD: SOLO: COMBO: Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Beef | 1500g | 260.00/kg | P390.00 | Liver spread | 85 grams | 15.25/85g | P15.25 | Onion | 3pcs | 80.00/kg | P6.00 | Garlic | 6 gloves | 100.00/kg | P6.00 | Tomatoes | 200g | 30.00/kg | P6.00 | Tomato sauce | 360g | 66.75/kg | P24.00 | Red bell pepper | 2pcs | 100.00/kg | P20.00 | Siling labuyo | 50g | 610.00/kg | P31.00 | Cheese | 35g | 10.00/35g | P10.00 | Beef stock | 480g | ______ | ______ | oil | 60g | 372.75/gal | P6.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P514.25 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P584.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 74% | | | P47.55 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P13.42 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P125.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 59% | | | P31.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P11.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P100.00 |

Table 26
Kare Kare
YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Beef | 1500g | 250.00/kg | P375.00 | Peanut butter | 500g | 28.00/bottle | P14.00 | Bagoongalamang | 1pack | 5.00/pack | P5.00 | Onion | 120 g | 80.00/kg | P10.00 | Garlic | 5 cloves | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | Atsuete oil | 1pack | 5.00/pack | P5.00 | Eggplant | 300 g | 55.00/kg | P17.00 | Pechay | 2 bunches | 5.00/bunches | P10.00 | Sitaw | 2 bunches | 5.00/bunches | P10.00 | Pusongsaging | 1 pc | 20.00/pc | P20.00 | Oil | 60 g | 374.75/gal | P6.00 | Salt | 10 g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P478.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL ( with rice) | | | P548.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 79% | | | P47.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P13.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P120.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 61% | | | P34.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P11.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P100.00 |

Table 27 Bulalo YIELD: SOLO: 7 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Beef shank | 1000g | 245.00/kg | P245.00 | Cabbage | 300g | 57.00/kg | P17.00 | Pachay | 2 bunches | 5.00/bunches | P10.00 | Potatoes | 300g | 80.00/kg | P24.00 | Onion | 20g | 80.00/kg | P3.00 | Garlic | 5 gloves | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | Corn | 1000g | 35.00/kg | P35.00 | Peppercorn | 10g | 40.00/75g | P3.00 | Salt | 10g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Fish sauce | 30g | 41.00/L | P1.00 | Calamansi | 100g | 30.00/kg | P3.00 | Soy sauce | 60g | 108.00/gal | P2.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P349.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P419.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 51 % | | | P25.50 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P9.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P85.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 28 % | | | P15.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P8.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P75.00 |

Table 28 Chicken Inasal
YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Chicken | 2000g | 140.00/kg | P280.00 | Sugar | 250g | 48.00/kg | P12.00 | Soy sauce | 180g | 108.00/gal | P6.00 | Garlic | 6 cloves | 90.00/kg | P6.00 | Onion | 100g | 80.00/kg | P8.00 | Calamansi | 200g | 30.00/kg | P6.00 | 7up | 227g | 35.00/litre | P8.00 | Pepper | 5g | 40.00/75g | P2.00 | TOTAL | | | P328.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL | | | P398.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 95% | | | P39.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 68% | | | P27.00 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P9.60 | Vat (Combo) 12% | | | P8.00 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P90.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P75.00 |

Table 29
Laing
YIELD: SOLO: 10 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Dried Gabi Leaves | 600g | 51.00/150g | P204.00 | Pork | 500g | 180.00/kg | P90.00 | Dilis | 250g | 240.00/kg | P60.00 | Garlic | 3 cloves | 90.00/kg | P3.00 | Onion | 2 pcs | 80.00/kg | P5.00 | Ginger | 100g | 95.00/kg | P10.00 | Siling labuyo | 50g | 610.00/kg | P31.72 | Coconut milk(gata) | 2 pcs | 80.00/kg | P40.00 | Oil | 120g | 372.75/kg | P12.00 | salt | 10g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P456.50 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P526.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 93% | | | P43.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P11.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P100.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 44% | | | P23.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P9.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P85.00 |

Table 30 Bola Bola
YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 8 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Ground pork | 1000g | 200.00/kg | P200.00 | Onion | 1 dice | 80.00/kg | P5.00 | Garlic | 4 cloves | 90.00/kg | P4.00 | Egg | 3pcs | 135.00/tray | P15.00 | Flour | 75g | 48.00/kg | P6.00 | Salt | 5g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Pepper | 5g | 40.00/75g | P1.00 | Soy sauce | 60g | 108.00/gal | P2.00 | Tomato catsup | 160g | 18.00/320g | P9.00 | TOTAL | | | P243.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL | | | P313.00 | Mark up (Solo) 55% | | | P22.00 | Mark up (Combo)37% | | | P14.40 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P7.50 | Vat (Combo) 12% | | | P6.40 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P70.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P60.00 |

Table 31 Ginataang Sugpo
YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Large Prawns | 1000g | 400.00/kg | P400.00 | Squash | 500g | 40.00/kg | P20.00 | String beans | 4 bunches | 5.00/bunches | P20.00 | Garlic | 40g | 90.00/kg | P4.00 | Onion | 120g | 80.00/kg | P10.00 | Pepper powder | 10g | 40.00/kg | P1.00 | Ginger | 60g | 95.0/kg | P6.00 | Salt | 5g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Sugar | 250g | 48.00/kg | P12.00 | Coconut | 3pcs | 20.00/pc | P40.00 | Siling green | 30g | 160.00/kg | P5.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P519.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P589.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 30 % | | | P19.50 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P95.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 20% | | | P12.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P8.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P80.00 |

Table 32
Chicken Curry
YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 6 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Chicken | 1000g | 144.75/kg | P144.00 | Potatoes | 3 pieces | 60.00/kg | P20.00 | Carrots | 3 piece | 80.00/kg | P30.00 | Bell pepper | 1 pc | 100.00/kg | P10.00 | Onions | 2 mid sized | 80.00/kg | P10.00 | Garlic | 1 bulb | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | Ginger | 1 thumb sized | | P3.00 | Coconut powder | 480 g | 23.25/50g | P40.00 | Curry powder | 45 g | 18.75/50g | P17.00 | Chilli powder | 5 g | 22.35/50g | P2.00 | Oil | 60 g | 372.75/gal | P6.00 | Salt | 5 g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Pepper | 5 g | 40.00/75g | P1.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P289.75 | Rice | 1500g | 35.00/kg | P52.50 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P342.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 67% | | | P32.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 18% | | | P10.26 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P9.61 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P8.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P90.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P75.00 |

Table 33 Sinampalukang Manok
YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Chicken | 1500g | 140.00/kg | P210.00 | Kangkong | 3 bunches | 5.00/bunches | P15.00 | Tomato | 3pcs | 30.00/kg | P6.00 | Patis | 30g | 41.00/L | P1.00 | String beans | 400g | 110.00/kg | P44.00 | Eggplant | 400g | 55.00/kg | P22.00 | Onion | 60g | 80.00/kg | P5.00 | Oil | 60g | 372.75/gal | P6.00 | Sinigang mix | 25g | 12.00/25g | P12.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P299.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P369.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 70 % | | | P35.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P95.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 55 % | | | P25.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P8.50 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P80.00 |

Table 34
Metchado
YIELD: SOLO: 7 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Garlic | 3 cloves | 90.00/kg | P3.00 | Onion | 50g | 80.00/kg | P4.00 | Beef chuck | 1000g | 250.00/kg | P250.00 | Tomato sauce | 240g | 66.75/kg | P16.00 | Oil | 45g | 375.75/gal | P4.00 | Lemon | 1pc | 20.00/kg | P20.00 | Potato | 500g | 80.00/kg | P40.00 | Soy sauce | 10g | 108.00/gal | P2.00 | Pepper | 5g | 40.00/75g | P1.00 | Laurel | 5g | 40.00/75g | P1.00 | Salt | 5g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P342.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P412.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 128% | | | P63.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P13.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P125.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 90 % | | | P46.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P12.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P110.00 |

Table 35
Calamares
YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Squid | 1000g | 280.00/kg | P280.00 | Flour | 240g | 48.00/kg | P12.00 | Oil | 360g | 372.75/gal | P36.00 | Salt | 5g | 40.00/75g | P1.00 | Lemon | 1pc | 20.00/pc | P20.00 | TOTAL | | | P349.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL | | | P419.00 | Mark up (Solo) 42% | | | P18.50 | Mark up (Combo) 17% | | | P7.00 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P7.50 | Vat (Combo) 12% | | | P6.00 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P70.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P55.00 |

Table 36
Batchoy
YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total cost | Miki noodles | 2 pack | 35.00/pack | P70.00 | Pork | 500g | 180.00/kg | P90.00 | Pig Liver | 250g | 140.00/kg | P35.00 | Salt | 10g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Pepper | 10g | 40.00/kg | P1.00 | Sugar | 50g | 48.00/kg | P3.00 | Shrimp Paste(bagoong) | 5tbsp | 18.00/bottle | P5.00 | Chicharon | 3 pack | 25.00/pack | P75.00 | Spring onion | 100g | 60.00/kg | P6.00 | Garlic | 8 gloves | 90.00/kg | P8.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P294.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P364.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 92 % | | | P45.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P11.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P105.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 65 % | | | P30.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P9.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P85.00 |

Table 37
Sisig
YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Tengangbaboy | 1000g | 150.00/kg | P150.00 | Garlic | 5 cloves | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | Salt | 10g | 24.25/kg | P2.00 | Pepper corns | 10g | 40.00/75g | P2.00 | Vinegar | 157g | 15.00/314g | P7.50 | Calamansi | 10pcs | 30.00/kg | P5.00 | Onion | 100g | 80.00/kg | P8.00 | Chilli | 5pcs | 150.00/kg | P5.00 | Chicken liver | 250g | 140.00/kg | P35.00 | Oil | 60g | 372.75/gal | P6.00 | TOTAL | | | P225.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL | | | P295.00 | Mark up (Solo) 123% | | | P34.40 | Mark up (Combo)64% | | | P19.00 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P7.50 | Vat (Combo) 12% | | | P6.00 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P70.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P55.00 |

Table 38
Afritada
YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Chicken | 1000g | 140.00/kg | P140.00 | Potato | 500g | 80.00/kg | P40.00 | Carrot | 500g | 50.00/kg | P25.00 | Bell pepper | 100g | 100.00/kg | P10.00 | Green peas | 200g | 80.00/kg | P16.00 | Tomato sauce | 240g | 66.75/kg | P16.00 | Garlic | 1 head | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | Hotdog | 5pcs | 5.00/pc | P25.00 | Onion | 5 diced | 80.00/kg | P5.00 | Dried bay leaves | 50g | 24.00/kg | P1.00 | Oil | 45g | 372.75/gal | P4.00 | Salt | 5g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Pepper | 5g | 40.00/75g | P2.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P290.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P360.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 77% | | | P37.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P95.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 49 % | | | P22.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P8.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P75.00 |

Table 39
Barbeque
YIELD: SOLO: 10 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Pork | 1000g | 180.00/kg | P180.00 | Soy sauce | 180g | 180.00/kg | P6.00 | Garlic | 60g | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | Onion | 120g | 80.00/kg | P10.00 | Lemon | 1pc | 20.00/pc | P20.00 | 7up | 227g | 35.00/L | P8.00 | Black pepper | 15g | 40.00/75g | P8.00 | Brown sugar | 250g | 40.00/kg | P10.00 | ketchup | 320g | 180/320g | P18.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P265.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P335.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 163 % | | | P44.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P8.50 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P80.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 7 % | | | P24.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P7.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P65.00 |

Table 40
Chapsuey
Yield: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Chicken | 500g | 140.00/kg | P70.00 | Shrimp | 250g | 250.00/kg | P62.00 | Corn starch | 2tsp | 23.00/box | P2.00 | Oyster sauce | 45g | 88.00/150ml | P26.00 | Cabbage | 1pc | 57.00/kg | P38.00 | Red bell pepper | 1pc | 100.00/kg | P10.00 | Cauliflower | 1pc | 40.00/kg | P40.00 | Snow peas | 50g | 300.00/kg | P15.00 | Carrots | 2 pcs | 50.00/kg | P12.50 | Onion | 40g | 80.00/kg | P4.00 | Chicken liver | 250g | 200.00/kg | P50.00 | Salt | 10g | 24.25/kg | P2.00 | pepper | 5g | 40.00/75g | P2.00 | Garlic | 5 cloves | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P338.50 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P408.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 69 % | | | P29.15 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P9.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P80.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 52 % | | | P21.32 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P7.50 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P70.00 |

Table 41
Breaded pork chop YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Pork chop | 2000g | 180.00/kg | P260.00 | Breadcrumbs | 230g | 25.00/230g | P25.00 | All-purpose flour | 1000g | 48.00/kg | P48.00 | Egg | 4pcs | 135.00/tray | P10.00 | Black pepper | 5g | 40.00/75g | P2.00 | Cooking oil | 378g | 372.75/L | P36.00 | salt | 10g | 24.75/kg | P1.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P486.50 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P556.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 76% | | | P46.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P13.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P120.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 59 % | | | P33.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P11.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P100.00 |

Table 42
Ampalayang Gisado YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Price | Total Cost | Ampalaya | 1000g | 130.00/kg | P130.00 | Tomatoes | 200g | 30.00/kg | P6.00 | Pork | 500g | 180.00/kg | P90.00 | Egg | 2pcs | 135.00/kg | P10.00 | Garlic | 2 gloves | 90.00/kg | P1.00 | Onion | 20g | 80.00/kg | P2.00 | Fish sauce | 30g | 41.00/L | P1.00 | Broth cubes | 10g | 4.50/cubes | P4.00 | Pepper | 5g | 40.00/75g | P2.00 | Oil | 45g | 372.75/gal | P4.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P250.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P320.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 90% | | | P38.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P90.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 78% | | | P31.00 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P8.50 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P80.00 |

Table 43
Bistek Tagalong YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 8 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Beef sirloin | 1000g | 250.00/kg | P250.00 | Soy sauce | 60g | 108.00/kg | P2.00 | Calamansi | 10 pcs | 30.00/kg | P5.00 | Black pepper | 5g | 40.00/75g | P1.00 | Garlic | 3 cloves | 90.00/kg | P3.00 | Onion | 100g | 80.00/kg | P8.00 | Oil | 120g | 372.75/gal | P12.00 | Salt | 5g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P282.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P352.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 80 % | | | P38.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P95.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 42 % | | | P18.50 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P7.50 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P70.00 |

Table 44
Lupiang ubod YIELD: SOLO: 6 COMBO: 10 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Sweet Potato | 500g | 40.00/kg | P20.00 | Fish sauce | 30g | 41.00/L | P1.00 | Cabbage | 350g | 57.00/kg | P20.00 | Carrots | 300g | 50.00/kg | P15.00 | Peanut | 250g | 28.00/pack | P28.00 | Lettuce leaves | 300g | 50.00/kg | P15.00 | Pork | 500g | 180.00/kg | P90.00 | Tofu | 5pcs | 4.00/pcs | P20.00 | Shrimp | 250g | 250.00/kg | P62.50 | String beans | 200g | 110.00/kg | P22.00 | Onion | 2pcs. | 80.00/kg | P2.00 | Garlic | 4 gloves | 90.00/kg | P4.00 | Pork cube | 10g | 4.50/10g | P4.50 | Lumpian Wrapper | 250g | 80.00/kg | P20.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P309.50 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P379.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 7 % | | | P37.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P11.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P100.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 64% | | | P24.30 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P7.50 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P70.00 |

Table 45
Dinuguan
YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Pork | 1000g | 180.00/kg | P180.00 | Pork blood | 1/2 gallon | 50.00/gal | P25.00 | Bell pepper | 200g | 100.00/kg | P20.00 | Garlic | 5 cloves | 90.00/kg | P5.00 | Onion | 60g | 80.00/kg | P5.00 | Oil | 60g | 347.75/kg | P6.00 | Sugar | 250g | 48.00/kg | P12.00 | TOTAL | | | P253.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL | | | P323.00 | Mark up (Solo) 95% | | | P30.40 | Mark up (Combo)66% | | | P21.10 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P7.50 | Vat (Combo) 12% | | | P6.40 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P70.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P60.00 |

Table 46
Embutid0
YIELD: SOLO: 8 COMBO: 10 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Pork | 1000g | 200.00/kg | P200.00 | Hotdog | 6pcs | 140.00/kg | P35.00 | Boiled Egg | 3pcs | 135.00/tray | P15.00 | Pickle | 50g | 100.00/kg | P5.00 | Tomato sauce | 240g | 66.75/kg | P16.00 | Raw egg | 2pcs | 135.00/tray | P10.00 | Cheese | 197g | 41.50/175g | P46.50 | Red bell pepper | 100g | 100.00/kg | P10.00 | Raisin | 1pack | 5.00/pack | P5.00 | Carrots | 500g | 50.00/kg | P25.00 | Onion | 100g | 80.00/kg | P8.00 | Pepper | 5g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Salt | 5g | 40.00/75g | P1.00 | Bread crumbs | 2c | | P25.00 | TOTAL | | | P402.50 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL | | | P472.50 | Mark up (Solo) 60% | | | P30.00 | Mark up (Combo)42% | | | P20.00 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Vat (Combo) 12% | | | P8.00 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P90.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P75.00 |

Table 47
Ginataang Kamansi YIELD: SOLO: 5 COMBO: 7 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Coconut milk | 2pcs | 20.00/kg | P40.00 | Kamansi | 2000g | 30.00/kg | P60.00 | Pork | 300g | 180.00/kg | P54.00 | Onion | 1 dice | 80.00/kg | P5.00 | Garlic | 4 gloves | 90.00/kg | P4.00 | Oil | 45g | 372.75/gal | P4.00 | Chili (labuyo) | 10g | 610.00/kg | P6.00 | Fish sauce | 60g | 41.00/L | P3.00 | Salt | 5g | 24.25/kg | P1.00 | Pepper | 5g | 40.00/kg | P1.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P178.00 | Rice | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | TOTAL (with rice) | | | P248.00 | Mark-up (Solo) 135 % | | | P49.00 | VAT(Solo) 12% | | | P10.00 | Selling Price ( Solo) | | | P95.00 | Mark-up (Combo) 90 % | | | P31.50 | VAT(Combo) 12% | | | P8.00 | Selling Price (Combo) | | | P75.00 |

Table 48
Halo halo Yield: Solo: 20 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Kaong | 680g | 87.75/680g | P87.75 | Jackfruit | 680g | 75.50/680g | P75.50 | White beans | 340g | 59.25/340g | P59.25 | Macapuno | 680g | 110.50/680g | P110.50 | Red mongo beans | 340g | 57.75/340g | P57.75 | Plantains | 7 pcs | 3.00/pc | P21.00 | Ube | 340g | 58.75/340g | P58.75 | Evaporated milk | 370g | 22.35/370g | P22.35 | Sugar | 250g | 48.00/kg | P12.00 | Ice | 2500g | 30.00/5kilos | P15.00 | Total | | | P534.85 | Mark up (Solo) 50% | | | P13.50 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P4.90 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P45.00 |

Table 49
Mais Con Yelo
YIELD: SOLO: 10 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Crush Ice | 2500g | 30.00/5kilos | P15.00 | Sugar | 250g | 48.00/kg | P12.00 | Corn kernel | 316g | 56.00/316g | P56.00 | Evaporated milk | 316g | 26.00/316g | P26.00 | Total | | | P109.00 | Mark up (Solo) 100% | | | P11.00 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P3.00 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P25.00 |

Table 49
Banana Con Yelo
YIELD: SOLO: 10 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Saba banana | 10pcs | 3.00/pc | P30.00 | Brown sugar | 500g | 40.00/kg | P20.00 | Vanilla | 1pack | 5.00/pack | P5.00 | Evaporated milk | 316g | 26.00/316g | P26.00 | Jackfruit | 500g | 60.00/kg | P30.00 | Crush Ice | 2500g | 30.00/5kilos | P15.00 | Total | | | P126.00 | Mark up (Solo) 110% | | | P14.00 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P3.00 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P30.00 |

Table 50
Buko Pandan
YIELD: 10 servings Ingredients | Quantiy | Unit Price | Total Price | Buko | 3pcs | 15.00/pcs | P45.00 | Nestle cream | 250g | 37.00/250ml | P37.00 | Condense milk | 1 can | 33.50/387g | P36.50 | Gulaman | 1 sachet | 10.75/24g | P10.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P129.25 | Mark-up(Solo)140% | | | P18.20 | VAT ( Solo)12% | | | P3.74 | Selling Price(Solo) | | | P35.00 |

Table 51
Maja Blanka
YIELD: SOLO: 15 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT COST | TOTAL COST | Cornstarch | 500g | 37.00/kg | P18.50 | Coconut milk | 2pcs | 20.00/pc | P20.00 | Evaporated milk | 370g | 22.35/370g | P22.35 | Sugar | 250g | 48.00/kg | P12.00 | Corn kernel | 425g | 25.25/425g | P25.25 | Total | | | P118.10 | Mark up (Solo) 130% | | | P10,00 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P2.00 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P20.00 |

Table 52
Letche plan
YIELD: SOLO: 15 INGREDIENTS | QUANTITY | UNIT PRICE | TOTAL PRICE | Egg | 12 pcs | 135.00/tray | P60.00 | Condensed milk | 316g | 50.00/316g | P50.00 | evaporated milk | 632g | 26.00/316g | P52.00 | Sugar | 500g | 48.00/kg | P24.00 | Vanilla | 1 pack | 5.00/pack | P5.00 | Total | | | P191.00 | Mark up (Solo) 140% | | | P18.20 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P3.70 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P35.00 |

Table 53
Ice tea
YIELD: 10 servings Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Iced Tea juice | 1 pack | 55.75/400g | P55.75 | Ice | 1 kilo | 35.00/5kilo | P7.00 | Sugar | ¼ kilo | 40.00/kilo | P10.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P72.75 | Mark-up(Solo)150% | | | P10.50 | VAT ( Solo)12% | | | P2.10 | Selling Price(Solo) | | | P20.00 |

Table 54
Pine apple Juice
YIELD: 10 servings Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Pineapple Juice | 1L | 60.25/1L | P60.25 | Ice | 1 kilo | 35.00/5kilo | P7.00 | Sugar | ½ kilo | 40.00/kilo | P20.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P87.25 | Mark-up(Solo) 45% | | | P4.00 | VAT (Solo)12% | | | P1.56 | Selling Price(Solo) | | | P15.00 |

Table 55
Melon Juice
YIELD: SOLO: 20 Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Melon | 2000g | 35.00/kg | P70.00 | Sugar | 250g | 48.00/kg | P12.00 | Vanilla | 1 pack | 5.00/pack | P5.00 | Ice | 2500g | 30.00/5kilos | 15.00 | Total | | | P102.00 | Mark up (Solo) 170% | | | P8.50 | Vat (Solo) 12% | | | P1.60 | Selling Price (Solo) | | | P15.00 |

Table 56
Sago’t Gulaman
YIELD: 15 servings Ingredients | Quantity | Unit Cost | Total Cost | Sago | ½ kilo | 23.75/250g | P47.50 | Vanilla | 1 sachet | 10.00/24g | P10.00 | Gulaman | 1 sachet | 10.75/24g | P10.00 | Sugar | 1 kilo brown | 35.00/kilo | P35.00 | Pandan | 1 leaf | 3.00/leaf | P3.00 | Ice | 2 kilos | 35.00/5kilo | P14.00 | | | | | TOTAL | | | P106.25 | Mark-up(Solo)150% | | | P10.50 | VAT ( Solo)12% | | | P2.10 | Selling Price(Solo) | | | P20.00 |

Delivering
Purchasing
Ordering
Requesting

Serving
Storing

Receiving
Checking
Issuing

Cooking
Controlling
Preparing

Figure16-Production Process

Cooking
Plating
Preparation of Ingredients
Slicing, grating, peeling
Frozen Meat Outs of Freezer

Figure 17-Menu Flow Chart

Table 57
Activity and Designated Time Activity | Time | Preparation and washing of materials | 6:00 am -6:30 am | All meat ingredients out of the freezer | 6:30am - 7:00am | Preparing the other ingredients | 7:00am – 8:00am | Cooking the menu for the day | 8:00am - 9:50am | Cleaning the dining area | 9:50am – 10:00am | Opening of the restaurant | 10:00am | Shifting of the staff | 2:00pm | Closing | 9:00pm | Cleaning the all areas of the restaurant | 9:00pm – 1:00pm | | |

Table 58
Machinery and Equipment Machinery and Equipment | Quantity | Unit Price | Estimated useful life | Total Cost | Depreciation | Bain mare | 2 | 15,000 | 8 years | 30,000.00 | 3,750.00 | Range hood | 1 | 6,000 | 6 years | 6,000.00 | 1,000.00 | Stove | 2 | 750.00 | 5 years | 1,500.00 | 300.00 | Refrigerator | 1 | 10,500 | 10 years | 10,500.00 | 1,050 | Freezer | 1 | 12,765.00 | 10 years | 12,765.00 | 1,276.50 | Water fountain | 1 | 6,000 | 5 years | 6,000.00 | 1,200.00 | Blender | 1 | 450.00 | 5 years | 450.00 | 90.00 | Rice cooker | 2 | 599.00 | 5 years | 1,198.00 | 239.60 | Ceiling fan | 4 | 2500 | 5 years | 10,000.00 | 2,000.00 | Aircon | 1 | 8,500 | 5 years | 8,500,00 | 1,700.00 | DVD player | 1 | 1,500 | 5 years | 1,500.00 | 300.00 | LCD flat screen TV 32 inch wide | 1 | 15,000 | 8 years | 15,000 | 1,875.00 | Cash register | 1 | 5,000 | 10 years | 5,000 | 500.00 | Total | | | | Php103,913.00 | Php15,281.10 |

Chapter 59
Furniture and fixture Furniture and fixture | Quantity | Unit Price | Estimated useful life | Total Cost | Depreciation | Rectangular table | 10 | 4,000.00 | 10 years | 40,000.00 | 4,000.00 | Steel Chairs | 60 | 1,300 | 10 yeas | 78,000.00 | 7,800.00 | Emergency light | 2 | 250.00 | 5 years | 500.00 | 100.00 | Fire extinguisher | 1 | 3,500.00 | 2 years | 3,500.00 | 1,750.00 | First aid kit | 1 | 250.00 | 5 years | 250.00 | 50.00 | Exit signage | 2 | 25.00 | 5 years | 50.00 | 10.00 | Total | | | | Php122,300 | Php13,710 |

Chapter 60
Office Supplies Office Supplies | Quantity | Unit Price | Total | Yellow paper | 2 pads | 40.00 | 80.00 | Bond paper | 1 reams | 140.00 | 140.00 | Ball pen | 1 box | 99.00 | 99.00 | Stapler | 2 | 35.00 | 75.00 | Staple wires | 10 box | 5.00 | 50.00 | Pencil | 1 box | 49.00 | 49.00 | Sharpener | 2 | 10.00 | 20.00 | Folder | 5 | 10.00 | 50.00 | Envelopes | 5 | 10.00 | 50.00 | Scotch tape | 5 | 15.00 | 75.00 | Tape dispenser | 1 | 69.00 | 69.00 | Calculator | 2 | 120.00 | 240.00 | Scissor | 2 | 20.00 | 40.00 | Total | | | Php1,037.00 | Table 61
Kitchen Utensils Kitchen Utensils | Quantity | Unit Price | Estimated useful life | Total Cost | Depreciation | Knife | 5 | 16.00 | 2 years | 80.00 | 40.00 | Chopping Board | 3 | 55.00 | 2 years | 165.00 | 82.50 | Gloves | 2 | 40/pack | 2 years | 80.00 | 40.00 | Hairnet | 5 | 15.00 | 2 years | 75.00 | 37.50 | Apron | 3 | 25.00 | 2 years | 75.00 | 73.50 | Strainer | 2 | 20.00 | 2 years | 40.00 | 20.00 | Mixing Bowl | 5 | 95.00 | 5 years | 475.00 | 95.00 | Measuring cup and spoon | 1 | 89.75 | 2 years | 89.75 | 44.88 | Can opener | 1 | 30.00 | 2 years | 30.00 | 15.00 | Water pitcher | 5 | 180.00 | 5 years | 900.00 | 180.00 | Greater | 1 | 30.00 | 2 years | 30.00 | 15.00 | Ladle big | 2 | 25.00 | 2 years | 50.00 | 25.00 | Peeler | 2 | 20.00 | 2 years | 40.00 | 20.00 | Food turner | 5 | 25.00 | 5 years | 125.00 | 25.00 | Pot holder | 5 | 5.00 | 2 years | 25.00 | 12.50 | Food Pan | 10 | 350.00 | 8 years | 3,500 | 437.5 | Food tong | 5 | 25.00 | 2 years | 125.00 | 62.50 | Rise scraper | 2 | 15.00 | 2 years | 30.00 | 15.00 | Kawa | 1 | 550.00 | 8 years | 550.00 | 68.75 | Casserole | 5 | 220.00 | 8 years | 1,100.00 | 137.50 | Total | | | | Php7,584.75 | Php1,252.13 |

Table 62
Dinning Utensils Dinning Utensils | Quantity | Unit Price | Estimated useful life | Total Cost | Depreciation | Spoon | 7 dozen | 39.00 | 2 years | 273.00 | 136.50 | Fork | 7 dozen | 39.00 | 2 years | 273.00 | 136.50 | Plate | 75 | 40.00 | 2 years | 3,000.00 | 1,500.00 | Medium bowl | 40 | 20.50 | 2 years | 820.00 | 410.00 | High ball Glass | 75 | 15 | 2 years | 1,125.00 | 562.50 | Serving tray | 20 | 70.00 | 2 years | 1,400.00 | 700.00 | Salt and pepper shaker | 10 | 45.00 | 2 years | 450.00 | 225.00 | Tissue Holder | 10 | 20.00 | 2 years | 200.00 | 100.00 | Total | | | | Php7,541.00 | Php3,7705 |

Table 63
Janitorial supplies Janitorial Supplies | Quantity | Unit Price | Total | Mop | 1 | 85.00 | 85.00 | Broom | 2 | 95.00 | 190.00 | Rugs | 5 | 10.00 | 50.00 | Garbage Bags | 2 | 45.75/pack | 91.50 | Dust pan | 2 | 27.00 | 54.00 | Antibacterial soup | 1 | 35.00 | 35.00 | Detergent | 10 | 6.50 | 65.00 | Liquid soap | 2 | 45.00 | 90.00 | Trash can | 4 | 45.00 | 315.00 | Toilet bowl cleaner | 1 | 125.00 | 125.00 | deodorizer | 1 | 160.00 | 160.00 | Spray gun | 2 | 20.00 | 40.00 | Total | | | Php1,300.50 |
Table 64
Utilities
Utilities | Source | Estimated consumption | Cost per year | Water | Water district | 412.50 | 4,950 | Electricity | PENELCO | 6,000 | 72,000 | Telephone | PLDT | 1,999 | 23,988 | LPG | Solane dealer | 700.00 | 8,400 | Total | | | Php100,938 |

Garbage

Non-biodegradable

Biodegradable

Cartoon
Bottles
Paper
Plastics

Leftover food

JUNK SHOP

BALANGA CITY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DIVISION

Figure 16-waste Disposal and Garbage Collection

Doze na will have four trash bin, two for the kitchen used and the remaining two for the dining area. One trash bin would be in the biodegradable and the other is Non-biodegradable garbage would be the left-over came from the customer and other perishable food. The garbage would be collected on Monday and Wednesday. The Non-biodegradable garbage would be the plastic, cans, papers and bottles. The Non-biodegradable garbage would be send to near junkshop. It will help the environment if garbage would be send to near junk shop. It will help the environment if garbage was recycled.
Notes:
1 http://www.hedgefubd-index.com/d _technical.asp
2 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/phillipines_adobo
3 http://www.pinoyrecipe.net
4 http://www.myfitnesspal.com
5 http://www.pinoyrecipe.net/filipino

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