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RECIPE: Beef Tapa

Daughter and I planned to make pancakes today but for some unknown reason, eating pancakes doesn't seem appetizing today. Maybe its the weather! Haha

Anyways, I have an unopened pack of frozen Angus Cow Beef Tapa in the fridge so thinking about what to cook for breakfast is a no-brainer.

Ingredients:

beef tapa, 100g
olive oil or any cooking oil
tomatoes, 5-6 pcs cubed
1 medium onion
chili flakes (optional)


Procedure:

Heat a small amount of olive oil in pan and add beef tapa. Cook beef tapa until its almost brown before adding tomatoes and onion. Remove from pan after 3 minutes or less, making sure not to overcook tomatoes or unless you want it cooked and juicy like I do. Transfer to a plate and serve with egg. No need for vinegar as the tomato lends its flavor.







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