Teriyaki Bistek is the result of combining Bistek Tagalog and Beef Teriyaki. This is the counterpart of crossovers in the automobile world. This recipe started from my simple curiosity about the outcome of combining the 2 dishes. I’m glad that I got the taste that I am targeting during the first try. I used flank steak […]
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Bistek Tagalog is the Filipino version of the Beef Steak. It is comprised of thinly sliced beef cooked in soy sauce and lemon juice and garnished with caramelized onion rings.
This simple yet great tasting recipe does not require much ingredients and the procedure is not complicated at all. Just have all the ingredients present, add a little love to it and …voila! You have your deliciously cooked Bistek.
Try this delicious Filipino food : Bistek tagalog.
Pinoy beefsteak is a version of bistek tagalog that makes use of beef skirt steak. It has the same delicious taste and it is simple to prepare. I had a couple cups of rice when I had this, so please be forewarned — this can be an obstacle if you are on a low carb diet (unless […]
Sirloin Beef Steak Tagalog is a version of bistek tagalog. This is a marinated beef dish cooked with soy sauce and onion. This version suggests the use of beef sirloin. Sirloin is tender and it is usually used for grilling or broiling. Since it is a tender cut of beef, it only requires less than an hour […]
Binalot has been one of the top selling packaged meals in the Philippines. It is commonly composed of a single dish such as adobong manok, yummy pork adobo, tocino, longganisa, sisig, bistek, or fish (fried or grilled tilapia) along with cooked white rice, salted duck eggs, and tomato. Think of Special Pinoy Pork Chop Binalot […]
Filipino Fish Steak is the Fish version of Bistek Tagalog, which is also known as Filipino Beef Steak. This dish is simple and easy to prepare. If you have been visiting this food blog for a while, you should be aware that I always speak of what I think is the truth – and this […]
Filipino Pork Chop Steak is my pork chop version of bistek. This easy pork chop recipe has the wonderful taste of bistek tagalog — less the beef, and it is simple to the point that a person new to cooking can follow the recipe with ease. I am using thick sliced pork chops for this […]
Grilled Flank Steak is awesome! Got two thumbs up after the first bite and all throughout. This recipe is really great, and I just had a lonely mashed potato on the side (which did not turn out to be that lonely at all because of the great tasting steak). For me flank steaks are best […]
Have you tried ginisang sitaw (sauteed string beans) or ginisang pechay (sauteed bok choy)? Sauteed Flank Steak with Bok Choy and String Beans is a cross between the two dishes. All these dishes share the same characteristics — they are all delicious and easy to prepare. I am using flank steak for this recipe. Flank […]
Pork Steak is a variation of Bistek Tagalog. The procedure and some ingredients are almost the same; the only difference is the use of pork chops or any pork slices for that matter.
Although I used pork chops in this recipe, you can use any part of the pork if you desire as long as they are sliced properly. The reason why I used pork chops is because I like the taste of fats better for this recipe. The fats add more flavor to the dish.
I’ve been searching for pork chops with fats and skin attached here in my location. I want the usual pork chops similar to the ones that I usually have back in the Philippines: with fats and skin attached. You see, the fat and skin on USDA pork chops are removed. All you get are lean slices of meat. Having no fat at all is a good thing. However, I wanted to duplicate the taste of Pork Steak that I am cooking when I was in the Philippines. I don’t serve this all the time so I guess having a little fat and skin is acceptable.
Liver Steak is marinated fried liver in soy sauce, lemon, and onion sauce. The method of cooking this dish is similar to that of Bistek tagalog.
Some of us do not want to eat liver because of its gamy taste (that includes me when I was younger). I guess that the gamy taste that I experienced during my first try haunts me every time I see a liver dish. It was just only a few years ago that I learned to enjoy eating this because I learned some method that could reduce the unpleasant taste (just reduce, not eliminate). I also forced myself to eat liver for health reasons.
This recipe could reduce the gamy taste that would help you enjoy the dish better.
Try this delicious Liver Steak recipe.