Liver might not be the most appetizing ingredient, but there are ways to make this pleasurable. Grilled Liver Bistek is a dish composed of grilled pork liver cooked bistek tagalog style. It is tasty and great with rice. I always tell you guys that I am not a fan of liver. However, there are reasons […]
Bistek Silog as a tasty lunch meal combination that I can eat everyday. The combo meal is composed of Bistek tagalog – which is also known as Filipino Beef Steak, Sinangag na kanin or garlic fried rice, and fried eggs. This is not your usual “Silog” meal, so I am throwing this idea out in […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.