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Use 2-quart pot. Heat oil. Saute garlic, onions, ginger, celery and tomatoes until lightly brown. Add meat, stirring constantly until coated for 10 ...
In saucepan, combine water, vinegar, garlic (1/2 head), pepper, bay leaf, salt, soy sauce and pork. Boil for 30 minutes. Add chicken, boil for an ...
Marinate steaks in lemon juice, soy sauce, salt and pepper. Pan fry in about 2 tablespoons of oil. When steaks are cooked remove them from pan onto a ...
Put 2 teaspoons ... skillet and turn several times, add eggs, onion, and green pepper. Then add shrimp. Add soy sauce to taste. Let cook on low for 45 minutes.
Saute garlic in ... onions and tomatoes; cook until sauce is ... add sweet potatoes, pepper and liver. Cook until liver is done. Serve hot for 8 people.
Cook beef, garlic, onions, ... garlic. Brown meat then add potatoes and sauce mixture to meat and garlic. Heat to boiling then remove from heat. Serves 6
All ingredients are ... and salt and cook on medium heat. ... essential to the Filipino soul. Almost anything ... (babingka) are classic. This is one of the best.
You may add ... take longest to cook first. For example, ... While vegetables are cooking, add dissolved ... minutes to blend flavors. Serve. Serves about 8.
Boil 4-6 pork ... of chicken and cook until tender. Cool. ... noodles. Cook in broth from meat. Add 2 tablespoons soy sauce. Serve over noodles or mix together.
Brown beef and ... and allow to cook one minute. Remove ... won ton starting at each corner. Fry lumpias in 1/4" oil until just brown. Do not over cook.
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