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Simple Medium Rare Beef Steak

The Husband loves his steak. When he craves for steak, our go to restaurants are usually Applebees, Friday’s, Chili’s, and the Amwaj restaurant located at their company’s Al Ghazzal Club. He likes his steak moist, succulent, and medium rare of even rare.  Yes, he wants his steak to be “bloody”.  When I was still into …

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Spicy Beef & Beans Stew

We sometime include ground beef in our grocery list for one reason – for the Husband’s Pinoy style spaghettie. Using ground beef makes the sauce for the Huband’s Pinoy style spaghetti a lot tastier.  But then again, like anybody with cravings, the Husband would always have something in mind to eat other than the Pinoy style spaghetti.Spicy beef …

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Nilagang Baka (Boiled Beef Bone Soup)

Nilagang baka, for the Ilocanos like us we call it inanger, anger, or for other Ilocanos they call it lauya nga Tulang ti Baka which can literally be translated to English as Boiled Beef Bone Soup.  Other Filipinos this soup is called bulalo specially when the beef shank is used. With nilagang baka , the beef including the bones …

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Hamonadong Baka

Hi there friends hope everyone’s well and happy.Last week, we featured several Filipino vegetable dishes and a week before that we featured some Filipino desserts. If you missed them, try to browse back our website to check on them.  This week, we are featuring a few beef recipes so visit us often to be updated specially …

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Cow Liver Adobo

As I am drafting this entry on my cow liver adobo, my husband and I were watching Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre Food where they featured bull’s testicle which is a local delicacy in Madrid.  As I think and punch on my laptop’s keyboard,  the husband started lecturing me as to the nutritional content and health benefits of “testicles”. …

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Stir-Fried Beef Sotanghon

This is what I do whenever I have insatiable cravings for stir-fried noodles.  Nothing fancy actually, I use whatever I can forage from our refrigerator, cupboard, and other places where we store food.  Cut them into bits and pieces, soak and drain the noodles, saute here, fry there, pour some condiments, sprinkle some seasoning, toss …

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Stir Fried Ampalaya & Bistek

One of the things I always do in the kitchen is “recycling” leftovers 🙂 The truth is I really don’t want to eat the same dish more than twice.  And I cannot stand leftovers sitting inside our refrigerator for more than 3 days.  So, most of the time, I cook just enough for the two …

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Bistek Tagalog (Filipino Beef Steak)

BEEF STEAK- is comprised of thinly sliced beef cooked in soy sauce and lemon juiceand garnished with onion rings. The meat is first marinated withkalamansi juice, soy sauce, black pepper and msg, before it is quicklypan fried just until cooked and topped with lightly onion rings – Seemore at:http://www.pinoychow.com/beef-steak-bistek/#sthash.5aeJnoky.dpuf BEEF STEAK- is comprised of thinly sliced beef …

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