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    Posted May 5, 2012 by
    JRBustamante
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    Taguig City
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    Filipino food

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    Beef Salpicao

     
    One of my favorite Filipino dishes, a dish that I can never get tired of is beef salpicao. This menu classic has a Spanish influence in it (not surprising since we had 300 years of Spanish colonization). If you are not sure of what to order in a Filipino restaurant, go for this dish as its simplicity and staple ingredients may cross all international taste buds' appeal.

    This stir-fried garlic beef, cooked with olive oil and oyster sauce, is best eaten with garlic rice and perhaps alongside ceasar salad and a mango shake for a perfect dinner meal.
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