Tagged: Beef

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Pocherong Bisaya

The first time I saw this I was confused, they call it Pochero but it looks like Bulalo but when you taste it then it’s a totally different dish. The subtle differences form both...

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Bakso

Bakso or what others call Baso is an Indonesian meatball soup dish usually served with noodles (egg or rice vermicelli), salted vegetables, tofu, Chinese cabbage, bean sprouts and fried shallots. A popular dish that...

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Beef Tendon Gumtang Collagen Soup

I think this is the secret of Asian soft skin is the amount of collagen we have on our soups. In Asia, good quality soups are thickened not by starch like the Westerners we...

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Bulalo Pares

Bulalo and Pares are both popular street food in the Philippines, both are known to be a hangover cure hence they are both usually are popular during late night, midnight to the wee hours...

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Copycat Jollibee Garlic Pepper Beef

Filipinos like gravy, in fact if we can drink them we will! In the Philippines if you see fried chicken, steaks or even burger patty served on rice automatically they are served with a...

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Beef Doenjang Jjigae

Our recipe today is a Jjigae, a Korean communal dish typically made with meat, seafood, tofu and/or vegetables seasoned with Korean condiments like gochujang, doenjang, ganjang and/or saeujeot. This type of dishes is almost...

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Copycat Alley Restaurant Oxtail Soup

Back from my trip in Hawaii I saw this video Righteous Bites Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives hosted by Guy Fieri and one of the dishes he featured was this Oxtail Soup from the Alley...

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Rabo Encendido

Rabo Encendido is a Cuban dish of oxtails cooked slowly with vegetables like capsicums, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes and onions spiced with allspice, nutmeg and chillies. Other modern versions include cocoa powder, celery, and chipotle...

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Imbaliktad

I had tried this before when I used to live in Baguio City but never knew its name until recently. It is one of those dishes that we always cook during my university days...

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Steak in Mushroom Miso Sauce

Yōshoku is a term for Western-influenced cooking in Japan and some good examples of it are Omuraisu (Omelette Rice), Hayashiraisu (Hashed Beef with Rice), Kareraisu (Curry Rice), Korokke (Croquettes), Hambāgu (Hamburger Steak), Naporitan (Neapolitan Spaghetti)...