Liver Steak is a Filipino dish which consists of pan fried liver served in a soy sauce and lemon gravy a very close cousin to a dish called Bistek Tagalog
Liver Steak is a Filipino dish which consists of pan fried liver served in a soy sauce and lemon gravy a very close cousin to a dish called Bistek Tagalog which uses beef instead.
Now you might ask why use liver when you can use beef instead, you might be thinking that there are a lot of better meats to use in this dish. Well in Philippines it is believed that pork, chicken or beef liver is healthy for you and it contains a lot of iron, that’s why liver is a common ingredient used in a lot of home-made baby food, it’s one of the many ways moms give their child a really good iron intake. That assumption is true just Google it and you will find out that liver from different food animals are very rich in it but it gives a lot more like Vitamin A which helps children prevent asthma, prevents kidney stones, and regulates blood sugar and fats. For adults it aids in fertility, it can even enhance the appearance of your hair and skin. It is also rich in carnitine which can raise your energy levels, prevents muscle cramps and fatigue. There are also mental benefits in consuming liver as it contains high levels of docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA which boosts a person’s visual acuity, learning ability and the general higher brain functions associated with intelligence. This is just a list of the most important benefits you can get from a liver, there are heaps more.
If you haven’t tried liver yet and curious about its taste, fresh liver meat especially from pork is slightly sweet what why it forms burn marks easily when cooked, it is not as solid as a meat and had that soft grainy texture. A great and healthy meal that you should try.
My wife will cretainly love this. Thanks for the recipe!
I had no idea liver had so many health benefits!
I used to eat liver when I lived in Brazil. My Mom makes a great one with onions. This looks wonderful, Raymund!
Just had it for dinner and it was wonderful! Thanks for sharing this. In Serbia we usually eat pork liver with onions, everything fried on lard.
Thanks for trying this out 🙂
Looks great. Errm, does the stock go in at step 5?
Ooops sorry forgot to add them but you’re correct and thanks for letting me know. Adjusting the recipe now
This dish really looks good! I can’t wait to try this one! I’m sure my family’s going to like this! Thank you so much for sharing!