BISTEK TAGALOG

Chicken Bistek Recipe

Swap the meat with chicken for a faster and easier bistek Tagalog meal.
You can definitely make the bistek Tagalog faster to cook by doing this simple meat swap. Since beef and even pork usually need time to tenderize to the bite, using fast-cooking chicken is a genius idea that can save you time when you're in a rush to get food ...

WATCH: How To Make Fish Bistek

You can eat better by making this fish version instead.
Bistek Tagalog doesn't have to be made from beef!There are many versions that you can make! You can use pork, use another cut of beef like tenderloin if you don't want to wait for the beef to tenderize, make it creamy, or ...

These Malinamnam Bistek Recipes Hit The Spot

There's more than one way to enjoy bistek!
Who can say “no” to bistek? It offers you that homey, nostalgic flavor that hits all the right flavor notes: a slight tang, that delicious, perfect-for-rice saltiness, and that unmistakable umami. The umami, or malinamnam, flavor is all natural as well, thanks ...

WATCH: This Tofu Steak Is The No-Meat Version Of Your Favorite Bistek Tagalog

It's got all the flavors in a lighter but no less flavorful "steak".
Your usual bistek Tagalog is a flavorful yet simple combination of tender beef and sautéed onions in a marinade made of soy sauce and calamansi juice. Four ingredients easily creates one of the tastiest dishes you can pair with lots of steamed rice. Its simplicity is ...
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