Louise's (Bistek Tagalog) Beef Steak. Bistek Tagalog is a type of Filipino beef stew. This is also known as Beefsteak to some people. It is comprised of thin slices of beef and a generous amount of onions.
This is a Filipino style beef steak. Made from thinly sliced beef and marinated with soy sauce, calamansi juice, pepper and liquid seasoning. It should be marinated for at least an hour for the beef to absorb the marinade. This Tasty Louise's (Bistek Tagalog) Beef Steak using 8 simple ingredients and 5 simple steps. Follow these simple steps to cook yummy food.
Ingredients of Louise's (Bistek Tagalog) Beef Steak
- Prepare of Louise's Filipino style beef steak.
- It’s 1 kg of flat beef steak (any thin-sliced steak would do).
- You need 2 clove of garlic.
- You need 1/2 cup of soy sauce.
- You need 1 medium of white onion.
- You need 1 pinch of pepper.
- It’s 1 of small lemon or calamansi.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of oyster sauce.
This video will show you how to cook Bistek Tagalog (Filipino Beefsteak). I made this remake video so that the presentation will be clearer than the previous, with the hopes that it can be easier. Great recipe for Louise's (Bistek Tagalog) Beef Steak. This is not your typical Filipino dish!
Louise's (Bistek Tagalog) Beef Steak step by step
- Put oil in a cooking pan, set in medium heat..
- Add garlic(minced) and onions(slice thinly into rings). sautee for about 1 minute.
- Add your beef,oister sauce, pepper, soy sauce and lemon.
- Let it simmer for 10 min or until beef is fully cooked..
- Viola! serve over a cup of rice.
This is Bistek Tagalog with a hint of sweetness.. See great recipes for Pork steak (Bistek tagalog), Pinakbet Tagalog too! Bistek's literal translation is "beefsteak" but in Filipino cuisine the word has come to define the preparation, using a citrus-soy marinade, rather than the type of meat used. In fact, it was just as common to see pork bistek growing up as it was to see beef. Discription:Pinoy beefsteak is a version of bistek tagalog that makes use of beef skirt steak.