How to Make Corned Beef Filipino Style for Business – Corned beef has been a part of Filipino staple food not only for breakfast but it has been more popular when the eatery business introduce the “silog” meal such as Tapsilog short for tapa with itog (egg), Longsilog (Longganisa with egg), and the Cornsilog (corned beef with egg). It is also being used in other recipe in replacement to ground beef.
Measuring cup/spoon for solid and cup for liquid (plastic or stainless)
Potato masher (for corned beef)
Stainless bowl 32”
Rectangular tray, plastic or aluminum
Weighing scale for spices
Weighing scale for meat
11 ft refrigerator
Polysealer (for sealing of plastic bags)
Styrofoam cooler (for transport of meat products)
Raw Materials/ Ingredients/Packaging Material
Raw Material 1,000 gms.
Beef brisket cubed 1 1/2 inches
Cover Pickle Ingredients:
Refined salt 1 tbsp.
Refined sugar 1 tbsp.
Curing salt 1 tsp.
Phosphate (dissolved in ¼ cup water) 1 tsp.
Vitamin C powder ¼ tsp.
Chilled water (to dissolve the four ingredients) 1 cup
Add 2 cups water to the meat and cook with the following ingredients:
Nutmeg 1 tsp.
Corned Beef seasoning 1 tsp.
Garlic Powder 2 tbsp
Vetsin 1 tsp.
Trimix (after cooking)
Polyethylene bags (“6 x 12”) ½ kl meat product)
The curing method is applied in corned beef making. This involves the application of salt, sugar, nitrate, and other chemical preservatives that kill micro-organisms or delay microbial action.
1. Select quality meat.
2. Cut meat into 1 1/2inches. The best beef cut is brisket (punta y pecho) but any cut will do.
3. Prepare the cover pickle (40 salinity). Immerse the meat in the cover pickle.
4. Cure at room temperature for 8-10 hours or in a refrigerator for 1-2 days. After curing, wash meat for 20 seconds to remove excess salt.
5. Cook in pressure cooker for 45-60 minutes or in open fire for 4-6 hours. Mix the cooking ingredients with 2 cups of water.
6. Remove meat from the stock (sabaw) and flake.
7. Pack in polyethylene bags and keep inside a freezer.
1kg. meat will produce 700 g. of lean and 300 g. of stock (sabaw).
To get the yield of 1000 g., bring to a boil the following until they thicken, and add to 700 g. meat:
For a 300 g. stock solution add ½ tsp. Vetsin after flaking, 2 tbsp. Trimix, and 1 tsp. Carageenan (previously dissolved in ¼ cup water.
To increase yield, add 100-200 g. of pork skin to the meat before pressure cooking.
The higher the volume of production per day (i.e., more than 35 kgs.), the lower the production cost, thus increasing the markup to more than 10%.
If price per kilogram is lower compared with the existing market price, increase markup to more than 10%.
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