How to Make the Popular Spring Rolls that Earns Over P90K Per Month

Adith of Manabox in Cebu shared the recipe of her popular spring rolls. Her business has been such a hit during the pandemic that she earns over P90,000 every month.

The Cebuana businesswoman shared some secrets to her spring rolls business. Her business, Manabox, offers healthy food options that include rolls, grilled chicken and salads.

spring rolls
Image by Manabox via Facebook

Adith begins her rolls by carefully preparing the rice wrapper. She places the layers of vegetables and meat inside before folding them to close. Inside, Adith puts lettuce, singkamas, carrots, cucumber, yansuy, red lettuce, and shrimps. She also adds nori to the secure roll. Other varities include slices of mango, strawberries, and others. It also has a special sauce that customers truly love.

Aside from the shrimp roll, Adith’s bestsellers are grilled chicken spring rolls, mango spring rolls, grilled chicken and shrimp salad.

Manabox, the spring rolls business

Adith shared on GMA’s Pera Paraan the humble beginnings of her successful business. According to Adith, her business began with a capital of P15 to 20,000. Initially, it was just her and her partner who were preparing their items.

Image by Manabox via Facebook

Her business hit the jackpot when many people started looking for healthy food options during the pandemic. Adith sold her spring rolls for P100 per tub. She also offers party trays where customers can choose to combine assorted kinds.

Much to Adith’s happiness, her businesses began earning P4,000 a day to over P90,000 per month.

Now, Adith employs workers to help her prepare her spring rolls. From the small apartment where they started, Adith now has a larger space for their production.

Image by Manabox via Facebook

On Manabox’s Facebook page, their customers share their good reviews. Many were delighted that healthy food can be delicious and affordable.

“To provide healthy food options for everyone is our ultimate goal. Being appreciated by our clients gives us more encouragement to go on,” Adith stated.

You can watch more of the recipes on Pera Paraan via Facebook:

Sally Mae

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