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My Recipes Cooking | Bulalo - Filipino Food Cooked Beef Soup

My Recipes Cooking - If you go to different parts of the region, see different food solids and forms, which you have played before. Many States have their own specialty, his unique mark on the spiritual food. Batangas is a State that I know.

To lead a party of the Philippines, known as the Tauruses Bos, Batangeos own unique style and way of cooking for the specialization of Bulalo.This dish, has win hearts of many Filipinos over the years, and has been a Filipino soup favourite. The hotter this soup is the better. So now, let's discover how this soup is cooked. A unique Philippine food cooked the Filipino way!
Estimated preparation time is 10 minutes, cooking time is two hours and 30 minutes. Here are the ingredients:

•    2 kg beef bone marrow, have your butcher chop it into small pieces
•    1 kg boneless beef shank or stewing beef
•    1 onion, peeled and sliced
•    3 liters water
•    2-3 medium potatoes, peeled and quartered
•    2-3 saba (plantain) bananas, each cut into two pieces
•    1 whole medium cabbage, quartered
•    3-4 tablespoons fish sauce (patis)
•    Salt and pepper to taste

Now, that you have all the ingredients ready, let's start cooking. First, blanch bone marrow and boneless beef shank or stewing beef in hot boiling water for a while and rinse in cold running tap water to remove scum and blood.

Next, place bone marrow and onion in a stockpot, pour in the 3 liters of water and bring to the boil. Then, lower heat and simmer for about 40 minutes. Add the boneless beef shank or stewing beef and return to the boil. When it boils, lower heat and simmer until beef is tender, about 1 to 1½ hours. When tenderizing, we could use jackfruit leaves, it helps on tenderizing the beef faster.

Now, add the potatoes and bananas. Let it simmer until potatoes and bananas are tender, this may take about 10 to 15 minutes. Afterwards, add the cabbage and stir in fish sauce, salt and pepper to taste. And finally, cook the whole mixture until cabbage is tender-crisp, this would be about 2 minutes. Serve with rice. And there you have your very own Bulalo!

Beef, the primary ingredient of bulalo, is a good source of minerals, such as zinc, selenium, phosphorus and iron, and B vitamins. See, bulalo is not just a good soup; it's a healthy soup as well.

Cooking this beef recipe might take time, because of the beef. The beef should be tender enough for you to chew; it's hard to eat beef when it's not tender enough (remember that!). Another good thing to add in this recipe is to use bouillon cubes, there are many commercial products who sell this cubes in beef flavour. This would add taste to your bulalo.

Preparing dishes for your family is always fun, because you know that what you are cooking is safe, delicious, and healthy. So, why not try this Filipino recipe, Bulalo, for your next dish? It's not just delicious, but also good Happy eating!

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