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Friday, June 12, 2009

beef steak..pinoy style




ingredients:

round steak beef
2 large red onions ( cut into rings)
garlic
soy sause
lemon
freshly ground black pepper
salt to taste
sunflower oil

cut the beef in thin slices. some people tenderized the meat by pounding.put the soy sauce, juice of lemon/kalamansi,freshly ground black pepper in a bowl and marinate the meat for at least 2 hours for flavour to infused or leave over-night.

heat the frying pan and put sunflower oil. fry the beef to a medium rare and set aside. in the same frying pan, add the garlic and half of the onion rings(save the other half for later).put the half fried beef back into frying pan and add the sauce.simmer until the meat becomes tender.add water if you prefer.add salt to taste.when its done put the remaining onion rings.

i do not measure ingredients. just add more if it needs more and adjust the taste as it cooks.

13 comments:

  1. i love beef steak! my version is marinated with oyster sauce and cooked with broccoli.

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  2. Oh Eng, you really have a gift for food presentation, your very creative and artisitc mind applies so well in presenting foods, even though i have no taste for beef but your picture makes me want to have some now :) how picture really can entice us. I do however make this one but I use chicken instead. Once, I used it for tofu, and it is actually great for tofu too :) .

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  3. oh! beth...the tofu we have here are not like the ones we have in the philippines.it's kinda soft! i like tofu as well but the consistency sort of turn me off in adding it as ingredients or main dish!

    but everytime we are at home,i see to it i have dishes loads of tokwat baboy!..ha!ha!ha!..i ha

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  4. This dish brings me home .. my mom's favorite dish to serve the family, easy to make and everybody loves it!

    I have tried Cher's style too, with oyster sauce - love it too !

    Funny cause like Betchai .. I cook everything with tofu. The reason is the meat is for Jeff and tofu for me.

    Very nice presentation Eng !

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  5. eng, this looks too yummy!! i might ask rog to make it for me:) my mom used to make a vegetarian version of this with vege-meat (made of gluten) ... hmmmm, it was sooo good! never tried it with tofu though. hey, the tofu is the same here in WV ... it's too soft, almost like taho:( i don't like it very much. i much prefer our firm tokwa back home. i don't know why they can't make the tofu here firmer? thanks for sharing this scrumptious dish with us!! your family is soooo lucky to have such an awesome cook and mommy:) have a wonderful weekend, eng!

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  6. I have to try that dish this week. Yum

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  7. simply lecker! (sarap) ;) i miss our own Pinoy style beef steak, i will try this too ;) thanks for this Eng

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  8. my fave dish! hmmm, I'll cook this one of these days!

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  9. yum yum! sarap nila kimchai at engtot magluto kakagutom! keep it coming mga sisterettes!
    choi

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  10. tsaka ang galing galing pa nila magkuha nang pictures nang pagka-in nila Choi, langhap na langhap ang sarap talaga :)

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  11. uu nga kimchai. super sarap! mamya ikot ako sa mga bahay nyo nila tesya alis muna kami ni hubby hoholdapin ko hahahaha! ..choi

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  12. sige Choi, pakisabi sa hubby mo, ingat sya :)

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  13. by the way Choi, nakalimutan kong sabihin, pwde ka rin mag-leave nang comment using name/url, pero sulat mo lang name mo kahit walang url, papasok pa rin yun, pero, like what you said, cute nga si anonymous :)

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