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Kitchen Basics – Salpicao
October 10, 2007, 10:06 am
Filed under: Cooking Basics, food

Salpicao is a popular “tapas” or Spanish appetizer in the Philippines served with beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages. It’s also served as an entree with rice

1/2 kilo beef tenderloin, cut into 1-inch cubes
3 tbsp liquid seasoning
1 tsp black pepercorns (cracked)
1/4 cup oil (preferably olive oil)
6 cloves garlic minced  

1. In a bowl combine tenderloin, liquid seasoning and pepper. Toss mixture well. Set Aside  
2. In a preheated pan with oil, brown the garlic lightly over medium heat. Add the beef and its marinade and quickly stir-fry to medium doneness. Remove from heat and serve warm   

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2 Comments so far
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is liquid seasoning same as liquid smoke? tnx!

Comment by Riza

Love it!!! It was easy to make and very delicious! thanks!

Comment by Olive




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