Here Are All The Ways You Can Cook Beef Tapa
It's not just for breakfast!
How¬†do you cook beef tapa?¬†
For¬†some, it's a simple "fry it,¬†then serve the¬†dish."¬†It's fast, easy, and still deliciously satisfying.¬†
We think however that the¬†humble beef tapa recipe¬†can open the door to flavorful possibilities. It's flavorful on its own, but there are still ways to make it better. It can be a more satisfying dish, especially when¬†you become tired of the same dish day in, day out.¬†
Here are all the different ways and flavors you can do to make your beef tapa more flavorful:¬†
1 Classic Beef Tapa Recipe¬†
How can you go wrong with a classic recipe? Even if you think¬†the store-bought variety is the best tasting there is, we think¬†anything homemade will beat anything that you buy at the store. That's because of the time and¬†effort you put in that makes the difference.¬†
2 Easy Beef Tapa Recipe¬†
The classic ingredients of tapa include soy sauce, sugar, garlic, and vinegar.¬†However,¬†there are many¬†different kinds of each of these ingredients that could make the difference in flavor. In this easy beef tapa recipe, coconut sugar and fish sauce (patis) make an¬†appearance to make¬†the flavor of this tapa different but still tasty.¬†
3¬†Thai Beef Tapa Recipe¬†
This Thai-inspired beef tapa¬†amps up the aromatic flavors of this¬†version¬†with lemongrass,¬†coriander roots, and kaffir lime leaf to make¬†it more flavorful.
4¬†Japanese Beef Tapa Recipe¬†
What do you¬†expect from a beef tapa recipe that's¬†inspired by Japan? You marinate it in sake, Japanese soy sauce, mirin, and add a dash (or more!) of togarashi.¬†
Beef is delicious, but if you're not looking for a beef version, there are alternative ingredients that make delicious¬†beef substitutes but tastes like tapa:¬†