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  1. 1. What about? BUNWICH Facilitated by: Diana G. Mutia
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES: At the end of the program participants should be able to Describe bunwich Enumerate ingredients in preparing tuna salad and chicken salad Prepare bunwich tuna salad Explain the importance of following standard recipe
  3. 3. Do not love sleep, that you may not come to poverty. Open your eyes, be satisfied with bread. Proverbs 20:13
  4. 4. WHAT IS BREAD? Bread is one of the most important foods in the world Often called the “staff of life”, makes up an essential part of a well balanced diet All bread is made by baking dough that has two basic ingredients: flour and liquid All bread is either leavened or unleavened Some breads from many nations contain fruit, a vegetable, meat, seeds, or nuts.
  5. 5. HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF BREAD At first people ate raw grains, later they learn to cook these. At much later time, they learned how to grind the seeds between stones to make flour. Then more than 4000 years ago, the Swiss lake dwellers learned how to mix flour and water into dough. In 3000 BC, the leavened bread was accidentally discovered or made by a royal baker in the Nile Valley in Egypt. As early as 200 BC, the Greeks established public bakeries.
  6. 6. The Romans conquered Greece and improved the milling process. Wheat arrives at Philippines in the early 17th century. 1958 – when the first Philippine flour mill began its operation. The country became the world’s second largest flour importer.
  7. 7. USES OF BREAD Can be main feature of meal – Example: Sandwiches, turnovers. Serves equally well with food, chicken or other dishes as best supporting companion. Go well with special meal. Ground and used as a thickener in some sauces like lechon sauce. Used as an extender in some process meats like embutido. HOST – bread or wafer consecrated in the Eucharist.
  8. 8. BUNWICH is made of yeast raised dough, but the product is baked instead of fried. They are golden brown in color and looks like hamburger buns, but they more delectable and have sesame seeds on top. BUN – a sweet or plain bread, especially a round roll. SANDWICH - is a food item made of one or more slices of bread with one or more fillings. Sandwiches are a widely popular type of food. They generally contain a combination of salad vegetables, meat, cheese, and a variety of sauces.
  9. 9. Signs of spoilage and rejections: Sour and off odor Noticeable yellowish green molds Burnt or pale color Under weight / under height / under width Shelf-life: 48 hours at Room Temperature
  10. 10. FINISHED PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS For three (3) pieces Height 6.00 inches (minimum) Width 11.25 – 12.00 inches (minimum) Weight 7.00 oz (minimum) Color Golden Brown
  11. 11. BUNWICH HANDLING GUIDELINES DO’S DON’TS Always hold plastic packaging lying flat to retain its shape. Do not hold plastic packaging in upright position to avoid deformity of the buns. Always check “best before” date. Do not use buns that are beyond its best before date. Always store buns in cool, clean and dry place. Do not store buns in extreme hot or cold temperature Always serve fresh Bunwich. Do not stock prepared / assembled Bunwich.
  12. 12. DO’S DON’TS Always keep plastic packaging properly sealed and / or plastic container tightly closed when not in use. Do not leave buns expose to prevent from drying up. Strictly monitor the following when re-heating of buns: a. Holman Oven Toaster – 1 to 5 pcs. for 2 minutes at 180°F b. National Panasonic Oven Toaster – 1 to 2 pcs. for 1 minute at 170°F Do not over heat the buns. This will result to dry and hard texture.
  13. 13. BUNWICH VARIETY Bunwich Ham N’ Cheese (BHNC) Bunwich Bacon, Coleslaw and Tomato (BCT) Bunwich Egg and Cheese (BENC) Bunwich Spanish Sausage (BSS) Bunwich Corned Beef Salad (BCBS) Bunwich Tuna Salad (BTN) Bunwich Chicken Salad (BCKNS)
  14. 14. BUNWICH TUNA SALAD (BTN) MIXTURE INGREDIENTS QUANTITY Grams Oz Tuna Flakes (4 cans) 568 20.00 Mayonnaise 284 10.00 Salt 2.00 0.09 Onion, chopped 36 1.25 Celery stalk, chopped 86 3.00 Total weight 976 34.34 Proportion: Amount per bunwich 42.5 1.50 Shelf-life: 12 hours Refrigerated (37˚F to 45˚F)
  15. 15. BUNWICH CHICKEN SALAD MIXTURE Proportion: INGREDIENTS WEIGHT Grams Oz Chicken Salad 250 8.80 Mayonnaise 100 3.50 Total weight 350 12.30 Amount per bunwich 42.5 1.5 Yield – 8 pcs. of bunwich Shelf-life: 12 hours Refrigerated (37˚F to 45˚F)
  16. 16. HOLMAN OVEN TOASTER

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