(Beef Steak, Fried Rice and Fried Egg)
• 1 lb. beef sirloin, thinly sliced
• 1/4 cup soy sauce
• 1 piece lemon juice
• ground black pepper
• 3 cloves garlic, crushed
• 1 large onion, sliced into rings
• cooking oil
1. Marinate beef in soy sauce, garlic, lemon juice and ground black pepper for at least 1 hour or overnight
2. Heat the cooking oil in a pan then stir fry the onion rings until the texture becomes soft. Set aside
3. In the same pan where the onions were fried, fry the marinated beef (without the marinade) until color turns brown. Add the stir-fried onions and set aside.
In another pan, add 4 tbsp oil and heat it at medium. Once the frying pan’s hot, just crack an egg and drop it carefully on the pan. I like to add a bit of salt and pepper then I put a lid on it just to seal in the heat so that the whole egg cooks as opposed to just the bottom. It also gives a nice thin coating to the egg yolk.
Garlic Fried Rice:
2 cups left over rice
3 tbsp garlic, minced
2 tsp salt
1. I use the same oil I used for my eggs. Saute the garlic till golden brown, add your rice, seasoned with the salt.
Hubby enjoyed with coffee on one Saturday morning. Hope you will too!
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Tapsilog is the term used when tapa, garlic-fried rice (sinangag), and fried egg (itlog) are combined into one meal, which is served primarily during breakfast. The word tapa is related to the Sanskrit term tapas which means “heat”. In Tagalog, a restaurant that primarily serves tapa is called a tapahan, tapsihan or tapsilugan. According to some sources, tapsilog and tapsihan are colloquial slang words. However, these terms are used by those restaurants and many Filipinos of all social strata. Tapsilog and tapsihan, therefore, may be considered standard words in the Filipino language rather than slang.
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