Puto beautiful scenery and friendly people, it is also

Puto is known as sweet delicacies eaten by many
Filipino. Puto is a steamed sweet cake that is a
perfect snack. Puto is a Filipino snack that is served any time of the
year. It is the perfect dish to bring to a gathering or picnic because it’s
easy to eat and to transport. It is a steamed sweet cake that is traditionally
made from ground rice. However, this recipe is an adapted version, using cake
flour instead of ground rice. It served as a variety of flavors
including dried malunggay, carrots and toppings with melted cheese. It can also be filled with syrup of apple chocolate and mango. Puto is
the Filipino for “rice Cake” and cook by steaming. It is usually served with
fresh grated coconut. Filipino is fond to eat Puto together with “Dinuguan” so
that puto is known as popular dessert in the Philippines but still there are
secret that we never revealed in cooking puto because it defense to the innovation
that you made. There are different native delicacies in many
regions in Philippines, their unique ingredients and tedious preparation to
produce marketable native product for an enterprising.

The Philippines is not only known for its beautiful
scenery and friendly people, it is also known for it’s delicious food. Among
these foods are what we call the “kakanin”, native delicacies that are served
as desserts. No party or celebration is complete without these Filipino desserts
(we are known for our sweet tooth, too). What is more interesting about them is
that they (or their ingredients) tend to vary by region or by place.

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Native delicacies are special foods that are
connected in some way to a certain area. Filipino women, being clever and
skillfull cooks have invented some delicacies that are strictly native and have
passed on from one generation to the next generation. Today, some regions of
our country are specially noted for the delicacies they manufacture, like the
empanada of Negros Occidental, bukayo of Pangasinan, and putong pulo of
Bulacan.

In terms of Marevian Puto J’s it gave more nutrients
than the original puto because Marevian Puto J’s made from malunggay and
carrots that known as one of the most nutritious vegetables. This product is
highly innovated that can only found in the province of Oriental Mindoro that
made by the student-entrepreneur in Oriental Mindoro Academy.

     Marevian Puto J’s is a highly
innovated unlike the other Puto existed in the market which is cheese or salted
egg inside. The idea of processing Marevian Puto J’s is to come up with the
uniqueness of our product when it comes to their flavors which are malunggay
and carrots and filled with variety of syrup.

     Marevian Puto J’s is perfect
for fun time, family bonding or watching movies. We made Marevian Puto J’s as a
snack that’s good for all especially for kids in order for them to have a fun
time together with their friends because our product is made from vegetable
like malunggay and carrots that contains a lot of nutrients.

“Carrots” a tapering orange-colored root eaten as a vegetable. Something
that is offered to people in order to persuade them to do something can be
referred to as carrots. Naturally sugary, delicious and crunchy, carrots are healthy
additions you can make to the vegetable list of your diet. Indeed, these root
vegetables come with wholesome health benefiting compounds such as
beta-carotenes, falcarinol, vitamin-A, minerals, and antioxidants in ample
amounts. Carrots help to prevent heart disease, stroke and carrots can reduce
the risk of lung, and breast cancer. It promotes healthier skin vitamin A and
antioxidant. Carrots served as herbalist to prevent infection.

Malunggay is a medicinal
herb and provides information about its nutritional and healthy-giving
properties. Malunggay is known as Miracle Vegetable leaves. Malunggay leaves once
considered a “poor man’s vegetables” but now it is known as a
“miracle tree” or “nature’s medicine cabinet” by scientists
and health care workers from around the world because it is loaded with
vitamins and minerals that can be an effective remedy against many kinds of
ailments. All parts of the malunggay tree are usable for nutritional and
medicinal purposes – from the roots, trunk, and branches to the leaves,
flowers, and seeds. The small, oval, dark-green leaves are famous vegetable
ingredient in soup, fish and chicken dishes. The leaves can actually be eaten
raw, but best added in meals due to its high concentration of nutrients. The
roots is used to make tea, while the trunk, after it’s scraped and squeezed for
its juice is used to clean wounds. Malunggay
contain four times the vitamin A in carrots. An ounce of
malunggay has the same Vitamin C content as seven oranges. Malunggay leaves contain two times the protein in milk. Malunggay leaves
help strengthen the immune system. Malunggay
can help restore skin condition, control blood pressure, relieve headaches and
migraines. Malunggay tea can help strengthen the eye muscles.

The business was
conducted to produce a new version of the product and to give a new twist.