Ingredients

How to make it

  • In a large bowl marinate beef in soy sauce, water, calamansi, and msg for an hour. Heat frying pan and add 2 Tbs. of corn oil and fry meat in batches until they all have good sear marks on both sides. Remove meat from the pan and set aside. Repeat the process for the next batch. You will need to add more oil each time you fry more batches of meat. When you are done frying, add all the meat back into the frying pan and add the remaining marinade to the pan. Let it simmer for 5 minutes on medium heat and then add the onions and let cook for another minute. Serve with rice and enjoy your Bistek!
  • For more details about this great recipe visit my recipe blog site: http://www.filipino-food-lovers.com

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    " It was excellent "
    dceleste22 ate it and said...
    Really Good! Thank you!
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  • missyeanah 3 years ago
    I love bistek very much !
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    " It was excellent "
    peteygurl ate it and said...
    I miss bistek! This is a very easy to make recipe! I'll definitely try this! (^_^)
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    " It was excellent "
    elgab89 ate it and said...
    This looks delicious! I have to try it myself.
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  • arstielady 6 years ago
    Just went to your site. Love it! I have book marked it for future reference. I moved from Hawaii years ago. My grandparents lived in Ewa on the Plantation and I spent a lot of time there. Thank goodness I still know some of the recipes but now I can cook more of my favorites.
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  • linebb956 6 years ago
    checked out your blog... left a message there.. Yummy pictures of your dishes!
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  • luv4food 6 years ago
    The best substitute is lemon. for the measurement given above about two lemon should be enough.The beef is slice thinly like roast beef, no more than 1/8 of an inch thick. visit my site for more info.

    http://www.filipino-food-lovers.com/?p=24
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  • linebb956 6 years ago
    The calamansi you speak of... it is a type of lime, right? Can I use a regular lime? If so how much... 7 limes? The roast do you cut it in strips? I really want to try this!
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  • luv4food 6 years ago
    krumkake, I wanted to share my recipes to others and maybe exchange ideas aswell this is the main reason I started a recipe blog. I look forward for your visit.

    luv4fod
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    I will be visiting your blog site for sure - my son-in-law is 1/2 filipino and his grandmother makes the most wonderful adobo and lumpia...I've yet to get her recipes!
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  • luv4food 6 years ago
    For more details about this great recipe please visit my recipe blog site: http://www.filipino-food-lovers.com
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