This nilagang baka recipe is easy to cook. The beef shank and tendon are initially sauteed in garlic and onions. Water is added then covered and boiled along with the seasoning. Vegetables such as potatoes, pechay, Baguio beans and cabbage are then added. It is usually served with fish sauce and calamansi.
Beef Salpicao is a very indulgent dish, and also very easy to make. We started with a tender, well-marbled cut of beef (tenderloin), stir-fry the beef. There is a little secret to making mouth watering, rich-tasting beef salpicao: adding a pat of butter that melts seductively over the meat. The butter gives the beef chunks a satin coat, with each bite bursting with flavors.
Bistek Tagalog is classic Filipino dish made of thinly sliced beef marinated and braised in a mixture of citrus juice (more commonly, the local fruit, calamansi), soy sauce, onions, garlic, and pepper. A delicious medley of salty, tangy, and savory flavors, it's traditionally served with steamed rice.
Beef Morcon is a Filipino meat roll stuffed with sausage or hotdogs, carrots, pickles, cheese, and egg. This is considered as a holiday dish and is usually served during Christmas and New Year's eve. But if you wish to cook it everyday then you can have it as much as you like but be careful with the calories. Although the preparation of this dish may be time consuming, but the whole process is so easy.
Kaldereta or caldereta is commonly a goat meat stew with vegetables and liver paste, originated from the Philippines. This dish has many variations, you can use chicken, pork or beef. You can include vegetables such as tomatoes, potatoes, olives, bell peppers and hot peppers; kaldereta sometimes includes tomato sauce.