Beef teriyaki tapa with fried egg is another version of tapsilog that I want to share with you. This makes use of beef steak (that was sliced thinly) and our homemade teriyaki sauce. The result is a delicious sweet tapsilog that I always enjoy to have. I got the beef steak already prepared. Apparently, the […]
Rice has been a part of a Filipino breakfast ever since I can recall. Meals like tapsilog, tosilog, and dried fish with rice are often served for the first meal of the day. Pork Tapa with Fried Banana and Salted Egg is another breakfast option that you should consider. It is delicious and will surely […]
Beef Tapa is dried cured beef similar to “Beef Jerky”. This is traditionally prepared by curing the meat with sea salt and letting it dry directly under the sun for the purpose of preserving the meat. Nowadays, commercialized Beef Tapa are often cured but most do not undergo drying.
Tapa is usually fried and is best served with vinegar. A popular combination called “Tapsilog” is commonly served in eateries called tapsihan and gotohan. Tapsilog is an abbreviation for Tapa, Sinangag (Fried Rice), and Itlog (Fried egg). Other meats used to make tapa are: Carabao’s meat (tapang kalabaw) , Deer’s meat (tapang Usa), Wild Boar’s meat (tapang Baboy Ramo),and horse’s meat (tapang kabayo). Speaking of tapang kabayo, Matty’s tapsilogan in Don Galo, Paranaque serves one of the best tapang kabayo in the Las Pinas-Paranaque-Muntinlupa area.
This tapa recipe does not entail the use of any preservatives. This is intended for home consumption and is a good “pambaon” for school and work.
Try this easy-to-prepare Filipino Food : Beef Tapa.