During the past there were some readers who asked whether they can post their recipes at Ang Sarap, due to my busy schedule it never materialized but it will all change today as we will have a new feature called Fan Post to showcase creations of what had Ang Sarap fans created in their own … Continue reading »
INGREDIENTS600g lean beef slice thick1 cup grated coconut(roasted and ground)4 cups coconut milk2 kaffir lime leaves1 turmeric leaf1 tsp tamarind add 1/2 cup water to obtain the juicesalt and sugar to tasteTO BE GROUND2 stlks lemon grass1 in ginger1 in galangal2 cloves garlic20 shallot15-20 dried chillies (wash and drain)METHODStir the ground ingredients and beef in a pot,cook over small fire for 15 minutes. 600g lean beef
beef and mutton is something we buy rarely………. Clean the beef and drain excess water. 1kg beef2 Large onions1 Large tomato2 Green chillies10 Cloves garlic1 Medium piece ginger1½tsp Coriander powder½ tsp Turmeric powder1½tsp Red chilly powder1tsp Garam masala powderSalt¼ c WaterFor Tempering. hijri 1431 1kg beef
We all know the popular Beef and Broccoli dish and definitely had created or own versions in one way or another, some put extra vegetables like carrots or mushrooms, some uses other meat like chicken or pork but in this instance I will be using a different type of broccoli and it is the Chinese … Continue reading »
This is taken from the website Wikipedia, "In Italian American cuisine, braciole (the word is commonly pronounced /bra'zhul/ from the Sicilian language) is the name given to thin slices of meat (typically pork, chicken, or beef, and even swordfish) that are rolled with cheese and bread crumbs and fried (the bread crumbs are often left off)"
Before I really got interested into cooking the only corned beef that I know of is the canned version and I do love it specially the Palm’s Brand the taste is just addictive, it’s like KFC or New York Style pizza where you know it’s not healthy but you still kept on eating it