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Bistek Tagalog Recipe in the Instant Pot | How To Cook Filipino Beefsteak

Bistek Tagalog Recipe in The Instant Pot | How To Cook Filipino Beefsteak

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Bistek is super super super easy to make. The Instant Pot makes it even faster to whip up bistek, but you can also use a normal pot or pan to make this bistek recipe!

“Bistek” is the shortened word for “beefsteak” and is a pretty well-known Filipino dish. I remember my parents used to make it a lot!

For the acid ingredient in this recipe, I used calamansi. Calamansi is a small citrus fruit native to the Philippines, and we use it like you would use a lemon!

My parents didn’t always have access to calamansi once we immigrated here, so they’d use either lemons or vinegar if we wanted to make bistek at home.

ALSO, THE MORE ONIONS, THE BETTER IN MY OPINION! Even after we run out of the beef, I’m down to eat all the onions that marinated in the bistek sauce mmmm!

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