Salmon Steak is a good dish to have for either lunch or dinner. Besides having a good tastes and having the ability be easily paired with other dishes, salmon have positive effects on our health.
New York strip steak with sautéed spinach and mashed potato: how does that sound for a romantic dinner?
Contrary to what other are thinking, making your own gourmet steak dish at the comfort of your own homes is quick and simple. All you need to have is the knowledge on how to properly cook a steak, and the determination to complete your steak masterpiece.
I know that dining-in fancy restaurants for a good steak dinner is awesome. However, I feel that it is more practical to eat good foods at home. Not only will you save money, you can also be regarded as a steak expert. Try to let your partner see the hidden chef within you. Now might be the right time to impress your special someone by making a New York strip steak for your dinner tonight.
By the way, pairing this dish with wine will be magnificent. While I recommend Merlot for the filet mignon, you can also have it for this New York strip steak – or Zinfandel, perhaps.
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.
Round Steak in Criolla Sauce is perfect to have as a cold appetizer or a light dinner.
Round Steak is also known as Rump Steak in other countries. It refers to the cut of beef that includes the top of round, bottom round, and eye of round. This nice cut has no marbled fats; this can be a good thing to those who are in a low fat diet. However, the lack of fat makes this cut of beef dry-out when broiled or grilled. The most recommended cooking methods for this cut are the ones that require the use of liquid such as braising, stewing, and mixing with Criolla Sauce.
I enjoy eating this dish for many reasons. Round steak is flavorful. A tender round steak is enough to make my taste buds go wild. I also enjoy the criolla sauce. It is full of wonderful flavors and nice colors. When criolla sauce is combined with thinly sliced round steak, it becomes a complete work of art.
This dish is meant to be served cold. Refrigerating for at least 4 hours will do, but I prefer placing it in the fridge overnight.
Presenting this oh so delicious Adobo Steak Recipe from my test kitchen. Several Adobo Steak recipes are readily available around. However, this recipe is very different because there is a Filipino Adobo touch in it. I’m pretty sure that you will like this. I have some recommendations though, so that you can enjoy the same […]
Burger Steak or hamburger steak is a popular fast food menu in the Philippines. Flavorful burger patties (usually made from beef) are pan fried and topped with gravy and sliced button mushrooms.
Although this looks similar to Salisbury steak, there are some differences in the ingredients and composition which gives this dish the right to have a name of its own.
Even if this is not an authentic Filipino food, it has been well accepted and became part of the menu of most Filipinos. This might be attributed to the sheer marketing campaign of a well known fast food chain or simply because of its delicious taste.
Unlike others who serve mashed potato or macaroni and cheese, rice is the most popular side dish for this meal when you are in the Philippines.
What is it that you like most about burger steaks? Do you usually have this in your regular menu?
Jennifer Adams-Juan of Diet Motivator is kind enough to share one of her healthy recipes: Tofu Steak Fried in Honey and Rosemary with Tuna & Tomato Sauce.
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.
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.