Tagged: Beef

Cabbage and Beef Stir Fry

I think one of my most common vegetable leftovers is cabbage. Since these things are usually large and not enough mouths to feed at home, we always end up with half a cabbage every time we buy one. Before my pre-blogging days the leftover comes into waste but now, I...

Oxtail Curry

I love oxtails, IMHO this is one of the best parts of the beef and it so underrated, if people just know the amount of flavour you get on this cut, as well as its amazing texture then I guess everyone would start buying it. Like beef skirt and beef...

Bulcachong

The first time I saw this dish is from one of my favourite YouTube stars Sonny Side from Best Ever Food Review Show when he visited Davao, I honestly never tried the real one but I will try to recreate it basing on his video as well as other videos...

Mozzarella Stuffed Meatballs

Italian Meatballs is already good as it is but making it better is not surprisingly hard, just add mozzarella which makes every bite really interesting, imagine a warm gooey cheesy satisfaction on every bite. Cooked in marinara sauce which even makes it better, all you need is a cooked pasta...

Corned Beef Spaghetti

Filipinos are very resourceful that is why we have dishes like this, when a certain ingredient is unavailable, we try to replace it with something that can work, take this spaghetti for example. Usually spaghetti back home usually is prepared with a mixture of pork and beef mince, extenders are...

Locro

Locro is a winter stew dish of corn, beans, potato, pumpkin and beef, considered as one of the national dishes of South American countries that Andes Ranges spans into like Argentina, Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador. This is one of those dishes that is very hard to recreate out of South...

Gotong Batangas

Goto for most is usually a Filipino rice porridge loaded with tons of garlic and ginger, mostly cooked with some sliced of tripe, in Batangas it is a different story while both are soupy and garlicky the similarity ends there because Gotong Batangas does not contain rice at all, instead...

Hulatang

One of the vloggers that I follow is “The Food Ranger“, I like this guy and had followed him since he had started. His adventures on food is really nice to watch and the way he presents it is priceless. Some of the dishes he vlogs are quite unknown to...

Copycat Chubby’s Mexican Hamburger

The first time I saw this was on the TV show called “The Grill Dads, I told myself right after watching it is that either I have to go to Denver to try this one out or make it at home, I chose the latter since going to Denver while...

Afripaya

Afripaya, yes, it’s a version of afritada but instead of the usual ingredients like potato, carrots and chicken this Cavinti uses a unique ingredient that will be hard for some to recreate, especially those outside the Philippines, it is made with carabao meat and papaya. Apart from the ingredient usually...