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Loureen’s Filipino Beef Stew Recipe

Loureen’s Filipino Beef Stew Recipe

| On 18, Dec 2011

Loureen’s Filipino Beef Stew Recipe
Recipe Type: Main Dishes: Beef
Author: Loureen Johnson
Prep time: 20 mins
Cook time: 40 mins
Total time: 1 hour
This is a great beef stew, not to heavy but full of hardy flavors and tender yet not dry beef. This is the perfect dish to have on a cold rainy day.
  • Marinade
  • 1 cup red wine
  • dried oregano
  • salt
  • Beef Stew
  • 1lb (500g) lean beef (your choice) cut into bite size pieces
  • 1 med onion
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 1/2 lb (250g) fresh tomatoes (steamed 2 min) then pealed & chopped
  • 12oz (350g) can of whole button mushrooms
  • 1 small can of green peas
  • 2 med potatoes quartered
  • 2 med carrots cut into thick slices
  • 1 cup of water
  • Salt & Pepper
  1. Mix together the marinade ingredients
  2. place beef in marinade container for 6-8 hours
Beef Stew
  1. Fry garlic & onions in a frying pan until fragrant
  2. Add the marinaded beef and cook till brown
  3. Add the fresh chopped tomatoes & simmer for 5 min
  4. Add the rest of the marinade & boil for 2 min
  5. Add the water and bay leaves
  6. simmer until the beef is almost done
  7. Add the mushrooms, potatoes, green peas, & carrots. Cook until vegetables are done
  8. Season with salt & pepper
  9. serve with rice

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  1. Ty Johnson

    Leave us a comment we would love to know what you think, don’t forget to rate the recipe.

  2. The Filipino Beef dish is delicious! =) I have a Filipino friend from Manhattan who cooks this great meal when he comes over to visit. I am going to learn to start making it myself. Great recipe! =)

    • Ty Johnson

      Glad you like it Julio, My wife is a wonderful cook, all the recipes are hers, I get to eat like this every day so I consider myself very blessed

  3. Great Site Ty. Your a lucky man getting served this food everyday. I love oriental food but have not tried Filipino recipes will follow one here and get it cooked. Which would you suggest as a starting point. PS my wife doesn’t eat beef so can you do this with chicken or pork with the same results?

    • Ty Johnson

      yeah we don’t eat beef here either. my wife has never liked it and I stopped eating it for health reasons about a year ago.

      I just asked Loureen and she said use rump roast. Just cut it up like you would the beef and it should turn out great.

      As far as where to start if you want a real taste of the Philippines try the Pork Asado recipe. Also don’t over look the print button. you can print these recipes off and take it to the kitchen so you will have it handy as you cook. After your done you can add it to your recipes book if you have one =)

  4. My wife and I lived on Oahu from 2000 to 2003 and sampled some great Filipino recipes there. the stew sounds great and is one of my favorite winter foods.

  5. Jacob Boss

    Awesome Videos Ty I want to hit the kitchen myself, cook for myself the beef stew and by looking at the ingredient is a cost saver which is a plus for me being a college student, I just hope I don’t burn it lol Great Site Ty.

    • Ty Johnson

      Thanks Jacob, I appreciate the feed back. We have some cool things planned for this site in the near future. keep checking back now and then to see what were doing.