PINOY RECIPE – BISTEK TAGALOG [FILIPINO BEEFSTEAK]

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PINOY RECIPE – BISTEK TAGALOG [FILIPINO BEEFSTEAK]

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Bistek Tagalog is a Philippine dish typically made with onions and strips of sirloin beef slowly cooked in soy sauce, and calamansi juice. However, if you don’t have calamansi juice then, just use lime or lemon.

19 COMMENTS

  1. I sincerely and truly admire the effort but since when did Filipino use an Olive oil in Bistek? Filipino foods and other Asian foods have distinct flavor because of the oil used in cooking. Please use proper oil to get the proper taste otherwise call your dish something else.

  2. That is NOT frying.  Too much beef added at once, and by the look, the beef was probably injected with water to make you pay beef prices for water.  this beef was boiled.  even without the excessive water, it would be called sauteed.  Also burned the garlic, the grease was too hot for sauteing garlic.  This causes a bitter flavor.

  3. Hello, just wanted to thank you for the video. I followed your recipe last night and my filipino husband loved it! said it was even better than his mom's 😉 I'll definitely be using your recipe again! I marinated over night, the flavor was awesome. thank you for your clear instructions. very helpful! salamat!

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