In the past few days, my schedule is quite pumped up. Despite I’m a home base guy, I never had a chance to do the things I used to do. Taking a nap for example. Why? It’s because of my business (I’ll feature this next time). The volume of orders for my products are overwhelming and I used to make new batches of the products every now and then.
My sisters even asked me to hire someone who can help me, but I’m still a little control freak for that.
There are also times that I skipped my meals as I know I still have lots of things to do. And, to be honest, I wasn’t able to notice the time.
Steak, Steak, Steak. Everybody will die for your sake. Whenever you are being cooked everyone can’t wait. For you, I will swim a thousand lake. Because I love you, my dear steak. Lol.
That’s my poem for steak as this one was a dish that I am willing to chow despite I’m on a diet. I love the sweat and sour sauce and each and every bite is bursting with flavor. I already showed you guys how to make Pork Steak and this time let’s do the beef steak. Of course, this has lesser and thicker sauce.
I admit, I got my inspiration for this recipe from Jollibee’s Burger Steak. For me, Burger Steak is one of my favorite meal from Jollibee. So I tried to experiment and create my own version.
What do I like about this is that I can create more and bigger patties plus with lots of gravy and mushroom. I also put lots vegetable in the recipe like finely chopped carrots, potato, talbos ng Kamote and many more to trick my nieces that they are eating healthier dish.
Pork steak is another soy sauce-based dish with citrus flavor kicks. There are claims that this dish was a influence of the western countries to the Filipinos. As far as my research is concerned, steak are cooked through grills and glazed with barbecue sauce.
This recipe of mine is taught to me by my mom when I was in high school and as the years go by, I added my own style. Now, I want my steak with lesser sauce and smothered with lots of onions.