Adobo Recipes · Beef Recipes

ADOBONG BULALO

Loading…   How to cook a Adobong Bulalo (beef shank adobo)? Just twice cook the Bulalo. When beef shanks are tender, cook it again as adobo. Definitely delicious! You can also match it with Sisig Lutong Bahay.Winner sa sarap with Pinakbet (Ilocano Style). Make ahead cooking is advised. You know very well that the adobo… Continue reading ADOBONG BULALO

Beef Recipes · Mama's Recipes

Cheesy Stuffed Burger Steak

Loading… This Cheesy stuffed burger steak is an ideal menu for the kids and the whole family. Just like the Jollibee burger steak but with cheese on the inside. Oh so yummee good! CHEESY STUFFED BURGER STEAK Servings 8-10 Preparation: Overnight (for patty marination) INGREDIENTS: For the Stuffed Patties: 1 kilogram ground beef (lean) 1… Continue reading Cheesy Stuffed Burger Steak

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Soups

Kinalas Recipe

Loading… One of the best dish in Naga City – Kinalas! A combination of Noodles in broth with shredded beef scraped from the bones and the trade secret Kinalas Sauce! Kinalas is a famous Bicol noodles recipe just like mami. The simple preparation is to cook noodles and garnished the soup noodles with scraped meat… Continue reading Kinalas Recipe

Beef Recipes · Holiday Recipes

BAKA TIM  (ALA PATA TIM STYLE)

Loading… This Baka Tim recipe is another special recipe you can master for the coming Holiday season! Simply the best in taste and of course absolutely delicious. Truly Filipino recipe. For people whose not fond of eating pork meat and fat, you must try this. Beef Tim or Baka Tim (ala Pata Tim style) needs… Continue reading BAKA TIM  (ALA PATA TIM STYLE)

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Soups

Laoya ng Marikina

Loading… Laoya ng Marikina is just like Nilagang baka but the taste is slightly sweet compared to regular nilagang baka. There is some added twist like atsuete and other ingredients that makes this recipe delicious. You have to try this recipe, its a level up version of Nilagang baka we all know. There are various… Continue reading Laoya ng Marikina

Beef Recipes

Beef with Corn and Mushroom

Loading… INGREDIENTS: 1 kilo beef sirloin, slice in strips 3 tablespoon oyster sauce 2 tablespoon margarine/butter 1 onion, chopped 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar ½ teaspoon pepper 1 can cream of mushroom soup (or use Knorr Mushroom soup powder) 1 cup all purpose cream ½ cup water (4 ounce) 1… Continue reading Beef with Corn and Mushroom

Beef Recipes · Japanese Food

Chaliapin Steak DON – Shokugeki no Soma

Loading…   For some of you who are a fandom of animè and manga comics you might have read this dish which is an original Japanese steak recipe since 1936. In the Manga comics (Chapter 13), “this dish is exclusively made by Sōma combined with the Japanese original dish, the Chaliapin Steak and the donburi concept for… Continue reading Chaliapin Steak DON – Shokugeki no Soma

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food

Beef Kulma Recipe

Beef Kulma is among the favorite Muslim or Tausug dish from the south. It is creamy and tasty beef stewed in coconut milk and tomato sauce and a set of spices that makes it so tasty! Try it today, it is so yummy-licious! Beef Kulma Recipe INGREDIENTS: 3 1/2 pounds well-trimmed boneless Beef (preferably stew… Continue reading Beef Kulma Recipe

Beef Recipes · Rice · Soups

Beef Congee

Simple and easy to make Beef Congee for breakfast. Simple and quick to cook! Also known as Beef Lugaw recipe. Beef Congee Ingredients: 1 cup uncooked Jasmine rice ½ pound ground beef (marinated in 1 tablespoon maggi seasoning, 1 tablespoon cornstarch) 2 cloves garlic, minced 1-inch chunk ginger, peeled and sliced, slices pounded lightly with… Continue reading Beef Congee

Beef Recipes · Soups

How to Cook Beef Pares

Beef Pares is an all time Filipino favorite street food matched with Garlic rice plus sabaw or broth on the side. But from now on there is no need to go outside, because you can cook a better version of it. How to Cook Beef Pares Ingredients: 500 grams beef brisket sliced into 1-1/2 inch… Continue reading How to Cook Beef Pares