Tagged: Beef

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Calandracas

Calandracas or Kalandrakas is a dish from Cavite that is nowadays prepared in many ways, the most common ones are using sotanghon noodles and another one uses pasta, cooked with either chicken, pork, beef and/or ham plus vegetables, potatoes and chickpeas, then seasoned with Patis Tanza. This soup is an...

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Beef Steak a La Crema

Do you love the traditional bistek but looking for something new? This recipe might be for you, similar to the bistek that you know where beef is studded with tons of onions but this time with a creamy edge and a touch of lemon, equally delicious but totally different flavour profile....

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Hi-Bol

Hi-Bol from the word “High Voltage”, this dish will definitely shock your taste buds, sour and bitter soup best served really hot with chillies. This Ilocano dish is basically a version of pinapaitian served with pancit lusay, a dish that even though uses unused food trimmings it is still delicious....

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Baka Tula-sog

I love discovering Filipino dishes that are not popular or even unknown to many, and in my dire search for those recipes I came across this dish called Baka Tula-Sog.  Baka Tula-Sog a beef dish from Davao where cheap cuts of beef are slowly stewed in a cocoa with pineapples,...

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Minanok

I have a childhood friend where he has four siblings of which all of them were allergic to chicken and dishwashing liquid, he was the only male and imagine what he has to undergo at their household, no fried chicken and he has to do the dishwashing always. I still...

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Kalderetang Batangas

Like Sinigang and Adobo our dish today can be prepared in many different ways and ingredients depends on which region the dish is prepared in the Philippines. Kaldereta, a very popular beef stew the is spicy hot and usually simmered in tomato sauce but in Batangas they do it quite...

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Braised Beef Brisket with Daikon

There are many variations of this Chinese Braised beef and it is popular in any Chinese restaurants that you will encounter, if there is one comfort meal to define this cuisine then this is it. Slowly summered beef brisket in a combination of Asian sauces like Hoisin Sauce, Oyster Sauce...

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Niku Udon

If you haven’t tried udon noodles then you are missing a lot on life, the texture on these noodles is something to be reckoned. Bouncy, chewy and soft its one addictive noodle unique to most. Usually served on simple soup dishes, it’s so good it does not need fancy ingredients...

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Oxtail Ragu

This is one of those dishes that for me truly defines Italian home cooking, slowly braised cheap large cuts of meat (Southern Italian Region) or minced meat (Northern Italian Region) with vegetables and sometimes dried processed meats slowly simmered in a rich tomato sauce that can be either enjoyed with...

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39 Ways to Cook Sinigang

Sinigang is a sour soup dish from the Philippines usually prepared with meats like pork, beef, shrimps, fish and chicken served with vegetables like kangkong, okra, eggplant, tomato, onion and sting beans then is usually accompanied with either radish and/or taro. There are many ways to make it sour and...