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Since Chef El's Bistek Tagalog recipe carries the same flavor of this beloved Filipino beef steak, many of our Kabayan customers are instantly transported back to their home reliving memories of dining with family and friends. Try it and have a taste of home as well.
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A Filipino Tagalog loan word derived from "Beef Steak", the Bistek is the Philippine's version of it. It is a dish composed of thin slices of peppered and salted sirloin beef and applied with a generous amount of onions. The Bistek is then stewed in a mixture of calamansi juice, soy sauce and lemon juice until the beef becomes very tender.
** Defrost the frozen bag overnight in a chiller before use**
Remove the thawed Bistek Tagalog from the package and place them in a bowl. Refresh the marinade by tossing and massaging the sliced beef.
Pan-Fry : (Time: 10-15 minutes)
- Heat up a nonstick pan on low heat and add a tablespoon of oil, let it heat for a couple of minutes.
- Place the thawed Bistek Tagalog on the pan and change the heat from low to medium allowing the beef to sear for a few minutes.
- Fry for 5 minutes or until meat is evenly browned and gently stir and turn them over on the other side and cook for another 5-7 minutes or until the beef is cooked.
- Add 1/4 cup water and put a lid on so the moisture doesn’t escape. Let it simmer for 2-3 minutes.
Let the Bistek Tagalog rest for a few minutes once cooked.
Serve hot with steamed jasmine rice.
Packing: 500gm Per Pack
Shelf Life: 12 Months
Beef, Water, Onion, Soy Sauce, Sunflower Oil, Brown Sugar, Beef Stock, Modified Starch, Oyster Sauce, Ground Black Pepper, Garlic, Citric Acid.
Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts and other allergens.