Category Archives: Breakfast

ToSiLog

 

Tosilog is a popular Filipino breakfast meal. The name tosilog was derived from the different components of the meal which are: Tocino (cured pork), Sinangag (Filipino garlic fried rice), and Sunny-side up egg. Tosilog is best eaten with a spicy vinegar dip.
Preparing or cooking tosilog means making each of its components. You can make your own homemade tocino by following our tocino recipe. I added the link in the tosilog recipe below. Sinangag or Filipino Fried rice is quick and easy to make. There is also a link below, which will guide you on how to cook sinangag. I intentionally cooked the sinangag for the second time with the residue of the tocino so that it can be tastier. As for the sunny-side-up egg, I think that this is something that you handle.

tocilog

Prep time: 20 mins
Cook time: 25 mins
Total time: 45 mins

 

 

Ingredients
1 lb. uncooked tocino
3 cups sinangag
3 sunny-side up eggs
2 cups water
¼ cup cooking oil

Instructions
Boil the water in a cooking pot.
Once the water starts to boil, pour-in the cooking oil and add the uncooked tocino. Boil in medium heat until the water evaporates.

Once the water completely evaporate, the oil will be left behind. Let one side of the tocino cook in oil for 3 minutes. Flip the tocino and cook the other side for the same time.
Arrange the cooked tocino with the eggs in individual plates.
Meanwhile, remove the excess oil in the cooking pot where the tocino was cooked. Heat the same pot and put-in the sinangag. Cook the fried rice for 1 minute while tossing. The residue from the tocino will stick to the fried rice making it more tasty.

Arrange the fried rice with the tocino in individual plates.
Serve with spiced vinegar.
Share and enjoy!

Read More: http://panlasangpinoy.com/2014/09/03/tosilog-recipe/

TapSiLog


Tapa (Beef Jerky), Sinangag (Garlic Fried Rice) and Itlog(Egg)

Filipino Tapa Recipe – “Beef Slices Marinated in Lemon Juice, Soy Sauce, Sugar and Garlic”

Need an easy Filipino tapa recipe?

Beef Tapa has since been made popular by the Filipino breakfast TAPSILOG – a combination plate of TAPa, SInangag(Fried Rice) and ItLOG(Egg). It is served with a side of sliced tomato or a spicy vinegar dipping sauce.

Tapa is the term used to refer to salted, then dried meat. The meat may either be cured or uncured.

Cured tapa uses salt or saltpeter. This gives the meat’s red color. Saltpeter, a common ingredient found in commercially cured meats, is used for food preservation… not really a very appetizing additive to put in your food especially once you find out it’s other uses. See Wikipedia.com for more information on saltpeter.

Marinated for around 10 hours

So, I suggest that you make your own using this Beef Tapa recipe with no preservatives, and enjoy knowing that the meal you are serving your family is saltpeter-free.

For this recipe, I like using lemon juice and adding soy sauce for color, sugar to cut the tartness of the lemon and a whole lot of garlic. The original recipe is Calamansi juice, but it’s not readily available here in NJ. Calamansi is somewhat similar to Key Lime, which is just as hard to find around here.

YOUR FILIPINO TAPA RECIPE SHOPPING LIST:

Beef – Round or Chuck or any lean cut
Whole Lemons or Lemon Juice
IN THE PANTRY:

  • Soy Sauce
  • Sugar
  • Garlic
  • Black Pepper
  • Cooking Oil

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 pounds beef round or chuck sliced thinly against the grain
  • 1/2 cup lemon juice
  • 1/3 cup soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1 head garlic, minced
  • Canola or any cooking oil for frying

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Mix together all the ingredients except the cooking oil. Blend well to coat beef thoroughly with the liquids and seasonings
  2. Cover and let marinate in the refrigerator for a minimum of 4 hours, or even overnight.
  3. To cook, drain first the excess liquid from the marinade so the beef will fry and not boil in its own liquid.
  4. Heat up the oil in the pan, fry the beef in batches.
  5. Serve with Fried Rice, Fried Egg and a side of cut tomatoes.

Substitute vinegar if lemon juice is not available. Use the same measure or saturate with some water. The dish will be tangier than tart.

Since this Filipino beef tapa recipe is a wet marinade, it is important to drain the liquid well before frying. Too much liquid will cause it to boil in it rather than fry.

I suggest that you do not marinate the beef for more than 24 hours. If you don’t plan to cook the whole batch of beef that you marinated, you can keep what is left over in your freezer for up to 2 weeks. Just remember to label and date it.

Read More: www.Filipino-Food-Recipes.com

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