There are many ways on how to cook Nilagang Baka in the Philippines. My mother taught me how to cook this delicious meal at a tender age of nine. Well, here is my own recipe.
1 pound of beef (cut into cubes or bite size)
2 big potatoes (cut into bit size)
3 small potatoes (cut crosswise)
1 small size cabbage
soy sauce or fish sauce
1. Boiled the beef meat for 1 to 2 hours (until meat is tender)
2. When the meat is ready add the potatoes and carrots. Simmer for another 15 minutes or until vegetables are cook.
3. Add soy sauce or fish sauce to taste
4. Add cabbage and scallions
5. Serve hot.
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