Beef

Surf and Turf with Garlic Cream Sauce

Surf and turf or surf ‘n’ turf is a main course that combines seafood such as prawns, lobster or scallops with red meat typically beef or lamb where either or can be steamed, grilled, breaded and fried. It can sometimes be served with a gravy on the side. Most of...

Manyaman Beef Asado

Manyaman Beef Asado is a type of Filipino Beef Stew from Pampanga where beef is cooked in tomato-based sauce mixed with Chinese style asado ingredients like star anise and brown sugar What is manyaman? Why do I see it on some Filipino dishes, specially from the Kapampangan cuisine? Well Manyaman...

Beef Korma

Beef Korma is an Indian dish of beef braised with yogurt and spices then cooked in a curry sauce made with ground coriander, cumin, turmeric, garam masala, ground cashews and coconut cream If you find curries strong because it’s too spicy or too hot, then I suggest trying Korma for...

Dry Beef Tendon Noodles

Dry Beef Tendon Noodles is a Chinese dish of dry egg noodles served on top with fork tender Braised Beef and Tendon and blanched greens. One of my favourite Chinese dishes is the Braised beef, once it’s done right, they can be one of the best things in life, fork...

Beef Sinina

Sinina is a Filipino dish popular in Maguindanao served during Kalilang and Kanduli. It is usually made with beef or goat cooked with carrots, potatoes, palapa, tomatoes and spices in coconut milk. If you love curries then you would be excited with our dish today, the Beef Sinina. A special...

Beef Cheeks and Tendon Claypot Rice

Beef Cheeks and Tendon Claypot Rice is a Chinese dish of fork tender sweet savoury beef cheeks, melt in your mouth tendons finished off on top of a rice cooked on a claypot. When I see claypot rice, it reminds me of Hong Kong. During my first years there I...

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Hotdog and Corned Beef Sopas

Hotdog and Corned Beef Sopas is a version of the Filipino creamy pasta soup dish prepared with pantry and freezer staples like corned beef and hotdogs. Filipino dishes like most developing countries are mainly prepared out of necessity rather than choice, I am saying that as a majority and not...

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Bo Kho

Bo Kho is a type of Vietnamese Stew prepared with beef slowly simmered with Asian aromatics then served with rice noodles, bread or just rice. Kho is a cooking technique in Vietnam that means “to braise” or “to stew” in which proteins like beef, fish, pork or chicken is added...

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Bulalugaw

Bulalugaw is a Filipino type of savoury porridge prepared with glutinous rice cooked in a beef stock made by slowly simmering beef leg bones and shanks. There are many porridge dishes in the Philippines, you have your goto (prepared with ox tripe), arrozcaldo (traditionally prepared with beef), pospas de gallina...

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Camto Soup

Camto Soup is a type of Filipino beef soup primarily prepared with “camto” or flank steak and is usually served popularly on noodles on Pares eateries This is not your ordinary nilagang baka, it starts like it but ends up even much better. Camto Soup is a main stay dish...