Tender Beef Strips Recipe
Tapa or Tender Beef Strips are highly addicting. Though it’s harder now to find a quality Tender Beef Strips, we can always make our own.
The very first time I tasted TapSiLog (Tapa Singangag Itlog) is when I was in elementary, and I immediately fell in love with it. I even came to the point of thrifting my daily allowance because, during those days, such meals are a luxury.
Now, it’s saddening that the dish I fell in love with continues to decline in terms of quality.
I can’t blame sellers because people are now ignoring the real TapSiLog and it’s because of poverty. What people want are cheap foods.
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However, what makes me frustrated are the stores that claim they are selling TapSiLog but it turned out that they are using pork instead of beef. I once even asked a seller and she said: “ganyan talaga (that’s how it is).”
I know there are lots of people who are longing to taste the soft, sweet, and flavorful tapa. So, here is my recipe:
- 1/2 kilo beef, sliced into strips
- 5 tablespoon soy sauce
- Juice from 1/2 medium lemon or 5 calamansi
- 2 tablespoon brown sugar
- 3 tablespoon minced garlic
- 1 cup of water
- salt and pepper to taste
- Make the beef tender using a pressure cooker (1 cup of water and salt). Set aside.
- In a small bowl combine the soy sauce, citrus juice, brown sugar, and pepper. Mix well then set aside.
- In a pan, saute the garlic until golden brown. Remove from the pan then set aside.
- Saute the beef until the remaining water evaporates.
- Add the citrus and soy mixture. Then, let it simmer until the sauce forms.
- Remove from the fire.
- Garnish with roasted garlic.
- Serve and enjoy.
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