Bistek Tagalog (Filipino Beefsteak) is a Filipino version of Beefsteak. The meat is thinly sliced and it’s cooked with soy sauce, lemon juice and garnished with some onion rings. A very simple recipe but full of many flavors, this recipe doesn’t require a lot of ingredients and the procedure is not complicated. Bistek Tagalog (Filipino Beefsteak) is common in the Philippines, a lot of people love eating this dish with rice. However, you can also pair this with some mash potatoes, and other veggies that you prefer.
Cooking bistek Tagalog (Filipino beefsteak) is easier than what you thought it would be. Just follow the steps I have indicated in the recipe, and your bistek Filipino will come out as delicious as you imagine. Marinating the meat for overnight or even few hours really helps soak the flavor. If you are not planning on eating this at lunchtime, then you should marinate it for about 3 hours.
I remembered making this for my husband awhile back and he loves it. If you don’t have enough time to marinate the meat, marinating it for an hour is fine as well. This dish is ready in less than 30 minutes, serve it with some warm brown or white rice and your stomach is happy. Using the red onions add more look to this dish. Bistek Tagalog (Filipino Beefsteak) is great to prepare for a lot of gathering, and even take for lunch.
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