Mama's Nilagang Baka Recipe
( Boiled beef with leafy vegetables )
(haha) I have no patience when it comes to this! Do you? The combination of ginger, onion and the beef... YUM! I feel hungry aready just by talking about it..wink:)
Quick question! When did the last time you have Beef Nilaga? Do you remember the taste of it? What are your favorite ingredients in Nilagang Baka? I bet you still have that first bite experience..it just so good! This recipe is inspired by my Mama, she can make Nilaga taste so good with only few ingredients.This is like my own version of my Mama's Recipe and it just as good as my Mom used to make.. Yay! I feel like I never left home..(e-e) the only thing I changed is the Nappa cabbage, I would love to used Bokchoy or petchay on this recipe but I can't just find them at the store ( I shop around 11pm that explained why right:)
Are you feeling hungry?? I am! Come on, let's make this scrumptious beef nilaga at the comfort of your own kitchen. Check out my very easy peasy recipe below!! lets enjoy this cold weather by making this nilaga beef recipe. :)
- Adjust the ingredients for larger crowd.
-Adjust the taste according to your preference.
- Use your favorite leafy vegetables.
Beef Shank- cut into big chunks
Nappa Cabbage/ Bokchoy or Petchay- I used Nappa Cabbage on this recipe:)
Tomato- cut into chunks
Salt and Pepper- to taste
4-6 cups of water
1.) In large pot, bring the 4-6 cups water into boil. Add the salt and pepper, ginger, onion and the cut beef.
2.) Let it simmer for like 1 hour or so until the beef is tender. Add the tomato at this point and water if you need to.
3.) Once the beef is tender. Add the cabbage and green onion. Adjust the taste by adding salt and pepper. Turn off the heat and let it stand for 5 minutes.
4.) Best serve when its hot along with rice. Share this delicious moment with your family and friends.
Grab your plate and let's dig in!:)
I hope you love and enjoy this recipe as much as I do. See you in few days for more delicious recipe!
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