Hello, good morning food lovers!
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Last few days, I was cooking FILIPINO BALBACUA - It was made of beef meat. I missed this food which I loved to eat during my vacation last month in my homeland. So, I decided to cooked by myself and tried to have the best taste.
These were the finished photo collection before enjoying eating my meal on that day.
I proudly say that it was having a better taste than those I bought in the famous restaurant in Philippines.
How I made it?
I will show you the procedure how to get the special aroma better than expectation.
Preparing the spices - Arabic spices(all methods of cooking here must have these many kind of different spices which I applied to my BALBACUA.
- It must hac've a lot of garlic
- plenty of onions
- cumin powder, cardamum , cinnamon powder ginger powder, turmeric powder, bay leaves, black pepper powder and dried lemon.
There are two spices I didn't know in English language. In Arabic it is called defer and colanger. Oh!maybe it is the coriander. Those are the spices in the picture.
- 2 kilos beef
- Washing the beef and drained!
- Used our pressure cooker to make it fast.
- Boiled clean water then put all the spices all together at once.
*Adding the beef into the boiled water. Add salt to taste.
- Leave for one hour or until meat is tender.
While boiling it, I prepared onion leaves for the best taste ever.
- After cooking and ready to put in a bowl.
- Never forget the raw hot pepper and squeeze lemon to add on the finished product.
I was amazed by the outcome of these. It was so perfect and I was satisfied. My employer's family joined me eating these soup which is called FILIPINO BALBACUA!
Food will be perfect in taste when you have a complete set of spices and those spices are beneficial to our health.
Thank you @qurator and all people who like this recipe of mine. This is my owned version and nobody taught me about my experimental cooking.
This is my entry to Qurator Tasty Tuesday #64. Thank you.
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