Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Beef Tapa



If you know tapsilog I am sure that you know what is tapa. Tapa is a cured meat and one of the most popular breakfast item among Filipinos. Here is my simple version of tapa.

Ingredients:
1/2 kilo beef sirloin or tenderloin ( sliced thinly)
4 cloves garlic (minced)
1/4 teaspoon ground pepper
1/2 cup pineapple juice
1/4 cup Sprite
1 teaspoon calamansi or lemon juice
salt and pepper to taste

Procedure:
1.Combine all the ingredients until mixed thoroughly.
2. Hang for few hours to dry it or simply refrigerate it for a day to undergo a curing process.
3. Fry it and serve with rice or make a tapsilog :-).

re-cooked December 9, 2013

18 comments:

  1. instead of pineapple juice you could try 7up or sprite

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    1. yes, thanks I did the combination, it's good .

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  2. ellow can i ask if you have a recipe of pork humba? it is a visaya adobo i guess...thank you..if not would you please make and post it on ur blog..thank you...

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    1. Here is the link for my humba
      http://melyskitchen.blogspot.com.br/2013/04/humba.html

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  3. how long can I stock this & just fry if I want to eat? Salamat po sa Dios.

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    1. the longer the better. 2 to 3 days will do.

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  4. you can stock it for a month inside a refrigerator and you can fry it anytime

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  5. Meron poh ba kayong recipe ng sinigang poh?

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  6. lalambot po b ung "beef"after marinating?

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  7. yong mrinate nakakatulong magpalambot, pero hindi talaga totally mlambot

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  8. paano po lalambot ung beef

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  9. Yong Sprite nakakatulong sa pagpapalambot

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  10. Hello sis! pwede wala pong sprite? any healthy alternative?

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  11. How are you frying it? in a skillet, wok or deep fat fryer?

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    1. What an idiot! You never fried before?

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  12. Hi do you have recipe of pork binagoongan. Tnx

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