Tagged: Beef

Sopas ala Pobre

Poor man style soup, that’s what the name Sopas ala Pobre means, why? Because in Philippines all of the ingredients of this dish are either free or very cheap.  Beef leg bones is one of the cheapest beef cuts, as well as the misua noodles where it can be bought...

Balsamic Short Ribs

I rarely slow cook because I barely have full 8 hours of stay at home, plus I have trust issues in leaving my slow cooker while I am at work or overnight as I sleep but this time, I conquered that trust issue and decided to cook this late night,...

Sup Ekor

Sup Ekor in Malaysian or Sop Buntut in Indonesian is a popular comfort food in Malaysia and Indonesia, basically it’s a soup dish prepared with oxtails and vegetables like carrots, potatoes and tomatoes seasoned with shallot, garlic and spices like cumin, coriander, cinnamon, cardamom and star anise. Usually this dish...

Chicken Fried Steak

The first time I tried this I was confused, I thought it was chicken, but it was made with beef. Chicken fried steak also known as country-fried steak is an American style breaded beefsteak cutlet coated with seasoned flour then pan-fried, served with a creamy gravy and mashed potatoes. So...

Yaki Udon

Yaki Udon is Japanese dish of thick, smooth, white udon noodles stir fried with tender meat slices like beef, pork and/or chicken with vegetables such as carrots, spring onions, onions and ginger over sweet soy sauce mixture. Basically, a similar dish to Yakisoba cooked in a similar manner using different...

Steak with Garlic Butter

You can prepare your steak in many ways, with butter sauce, mushroom sauce, caramelized onions, miso, cream and tomato sauce to name some, while they are good in their own ways sometimes you just want steak as it is, salted, peppered and lightly buttered so you can enjoy beef on...

Oxtail Udon

Ohhh Oxtails, I can’t get enough of you, one of the most underrated meat cut that deserves everyone’s attention. Its meaty, its tasty, its collagen rich, its everything you want a meat to be and that’s what we are using today in our udon noodle soup. This is not your...

Hanukkah Brisket

Beef brisket is quite popular in the Jewish cuisine where it is prepared in most of their major festivals like Rosh Hashanah, Passover and Hanukkah. This became a popular delicacy since the Jews in Eastern Europe during the old days couldn’t afford more expensive cuts of beef like ribs and...

Filipino Cocido

Cocido in Spanish is the past participle of the verb cocer (“to cook”), so it literally means “cooked something”, that something can be anything like meats (pork, beef, chicken, mutton) and vegetables (cabbage, turnips, parsnips, potatoes, carrots and chickpeas).  Cocido on its own is a complete meal, high energy and very...

Beef and Irish Stout Stew

Have you ever used beer in cooking? How about stout like Guinness? If not give it a try as it gives a really unique deep rich flavour that can’t be achieved with just a normal beef stock.  To make it even more interesting with my recipe today I used a special...