Chinese-style braised beef |

Chinese-style braised beef

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

13 Responses

  1. Angela Ubaldo says:

    Looks yummy ! This is one of those weeks that i am running out of ideas on what to fix for dinner ( it is spring break and I am feeding my boys all day ). This looks like a good one to fix for dinner tomorrow ! Do you think it would be okay to add some baby bok choy, carrots and also a few sprigs of cilantro to it? Thanks for all your posts !

  2. natzsm says:

    Ms. Connie,

    What a coincidence, I made use of exactly the same spice mix for my braised pork pata yesterday. I cooked it on the stove stop. Pork pata takes far less time to cook than beef and to save on energy, I usually cook 3 kilos worth of food at a time and freeze them in 1 liter freezable/microwavable containers for future consumption.

    With the price of LPG, one simply has to find ways of saving.

  3. lilibeth says:

    thanks again for giving tips on how to save in lpg, in baking i use the turbo broiler with bunt pan, it’s work well in all of your cake recipe. God bless.

  4. peterb says:

    That looks sooo good! Parang i can smell it too! haha
    I really need to find a sealing ring for our pressure cooker. I’ve been cooking beef for 3 weekends already.

  5. I’ll try this, thanks Connie…. :)

  6. austin says:

    Hi Ms. Connie. I am cooking this dish right now in time for dinner and I opted for the slow cook using a cast iron pot.It has been cooking for 2 hours now and the hubby is coming home from work at 7pm. The meat is already tender but I still want to extend it for one hour para mas lumabas ang sarap ng beef.I used short ribs and some brisket, medyo may taba. Buti na lang medyo madaling palambutin ang beef dito sa Australia at kakaiba din ang lasa, parang lasang creamy when it’s tender and it just melts in your mouth.Kaya when I tasted this dish, I took one slice & some sauce, sooo yummy talaga, with just the right kick of spice. Thanks heaps for sharing this easy to cook and yummy recipe.

  7. Aice says:

    I’m doing it now Ms. Connie Ü Good luck to moi Ü

  8. Regina says:

    Ginawa ko po ito a few weeks ago. Sobrang sarap po! Salamot po sa recipe!

  9. Gay says:

    Hi Connie! I got an Indian style rice cooker as my souvenir during my trip to India last week so I am on the lookout for pressure cooker recipes. This sounds good! I might try it with pork as it is a little difficult to find good quality beef in Phitsanulok. Cheers.

  10. Lucy Ringbom says:

    Hi Connie,

    Happy New Year! I cooked this one for our new years’ dinner at first sa hotpot ko sya nilagay medyo nabagalan ako so I transferred it sa pressure cooker ang sarap grabe..! hinalo ko yong cooking wine and dry sherry and wala akong cinnamon bark so I put cinnamon powder a little bit. Ang sarap nya, the best!
    Thanks to you and Happy New year :-)