Fishtails are common snack item or cocktail in our community. It is the favorite food among many people particularly the children and teenagers. This food item is very easy to make and it only needs a few ingredients. Further, this product could be stored for a long time and Just fried before consumption. However, it is best when consumed as freshly fried because it may cause rancidity. Fish balls in the Philippines are sold by street vendors pushing wooden deep-frying carts.
The balls are served skewered, offered with a choice of dipping sauces. Fishtail making could be a good business enterprise even among small entrepreneur. In order to have a good and nutritious snack we add vegetables in our fishtail like manually and kielbasa. This vegetable is rich in vitamin. Malagasy or Morning has been shown in studies to have an anti-tumor capacity. While Kielbasa or Squash is one of the nutria- rich vegetable. Cream Dory or Pantsuit is an important fish food, farmed extensively in many parts of the world.
The Department of Trade and Industry (IT) is pushing for the development of the cream dory or Pantsuit fish industry in the entry because of its high market demand to local and foreign restaurants particularly in Europe. It is locally known as "kindling Tim" and is a relative of the hit and the Kendall. But whereas the Kendall is silver, the cream dory is silver and black. Cream Dory or Pantsuit is now slowly being accepted in local markets as consumers enjoy its neutral taste, flavor, texture and low price. Pantsuit is rich in protein and Omega 3, an ingredient that is good for the heart.
The meat can also be suited to less administrating taste. It can be processed into varied menus and value- deed products such as breaded nuggets, sticks, fish balls, fish rolls, strips, and such. Any which way the pantsuit is cut or cooked, it is a big winner and the market price is at par with that of imported fillet. Pantsuit is available in public markets, supermarkets, restaurants and food outlets. Mud fish is so common a freshwater fish in the Philippines you can find it everywhere in creeks, rivers, lagoons, lakes or in small and big irrigation canals and in the muddy fields and ponds.
And it has quite a share of names, aside form the generic dalai, in Canaan it's generally called tastes. While in some places, it has a name according to its size or growth. It's called burial when it's quite that big, and bunting when it's small. And there's a variety of ways and meaner you can prepare a sumptuous dalai dish. It's commonly cooked assigning or passim a dalai, (or pagans dalai, as the Toga prefer) soured with any agent preferred (young tamarind fruit/flowers/shoots, Pisa, green mango, tomatoes, or vinegar) with soup or stewed dry.
It's also great when grilled/broiled (tuning/ninjas/ pangolin) to consume as is or made into a timeline, broiled mud fish poured in tit hot water and then soured with crushed young tamarind fruit or with sliced tomatoes, garnished with sliced onions, and spicy fried, or made into a burro, pickled with rice. Objective of the Study: De with hot chills. Or even bake, or The study aimed to determine the quality of fish ball using fresh water fish like cream dowry and muddies. Specifically, it aimed to: 1. Describe the quality of Cream Dory Fish Ball in terms of appearance, taste, texture and general acceptability. . Describe the quality of Muddies Fish Ball in terms of appearance, taste, texture and mineral acceptability. 3. Compare the quality between Cream Dowry Fish Ball and Mud Fish Ball in term of appearance, taste, texture and general acceptability. Statement of the Problem This study aimed to determine the quality of fish ball using fresh water fish like cream dowry and muddies. Specifically, it sought to answer the following: 1 . What is the quality of cream dowry fish ball in terms of appearance, taste, texture and general acceptability? 2.
What is the quality of dalai fish ball in terms of appearance, taste, texture and general acceptability? . Is there significant different between cream dowdy fish ball from mud fish ball in terms of appearance, taste, texture and general acceptability. Hypothesis of the study: The null hypotheses of the study are the following: 1. There is no significant different in the appearance of fish ball using cream dowry and dalai. 2. There is no significant different in the texture offish ball using cream dowry and dalai. 3. There is no significant different in the taste of fish ball using cream dowry and dalai. . There is no significant different in the general acceptability of fish ball using cream dowry and dalai. Scope and Limitation of the study This study is to compared the different quality of fish ball using fresh inland water fish namely: cream dory or appendages and muddies or dalai in terms of appearance, taste, texture and general acceptability. The main ingredient of the fish balls are pantsuit and dalai. The data obtained through sensory evaluation by a panel of 20 Judges composed of high of school faculty and incoming Grade 7 who join the summer reading camp in Kangaroo High School.
Significant of the Study: The finding of this study could be useful to small - scaled food processor like school canteen that who take this technology as income generating project. It could also be helpful to the Technology and Livelihood Education faculty and students in food technology, fishery arts and other researchers as reference materials in making fishtail in freshwater. To mothers and housewife, the result will be significant because they could find an additional method of making cheap but nutritious snacks for their children that can be sold in the school canteen. Definition of Terms Freshwater Fish. E fish that spend some or all of their lives in fresh water, such as rivers and lakes, with a salinity of less than 0. 05%. Fishtail. A common street food product of fish, cream dory and muddies were used as the main ingredients. Sensory Evaluation. Sensory analysis (or sensory evaluation) is a scientific discipline that applies principles of experimental design and statistical analysis to the use of human senses (sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing) for the purposes of evaluating consumer products Quality. Refers to the appearance, taste, texture and general acceptability of the fish ball.