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RECIPE: TKG's Quick-n-Easy Kaldereta

Here's another 30-minute kaldereta meal for the busy folks out there who wants to eat kaldereta but doesn't have the time to slave in the kitchen.


Ingredients:

30 gms beef (sliced into tapa strips)
2 medium potatoes, cubed
1 large carrot, cubed
Knorr Kaldereta mix
Peanut butter (I used Skippy Creamy variant), 1-2 tbsp
Knorr Liquid Seasoning
ground pepper
salt


In a pan, boil the carrots and potatoes until its half-cooked. Add half-pack of the Kaldereta mix and mix well until the powder dissolves. Add the peanut butter (I used 2 tbsp), season with salt and pepper. Add the beef and a dash or two of Knorr Seasoning to add more flavor. The meat cooks fast since it is thinly sliced. Transfer the kaldereta in a bowl and serve with rice- yum!

Good for 2-3 pax.




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