Thursday, October 1, 2009

Food Trip Friday--- Chicken Steak Tagalog

Inspired by Yummy Magazine's Beef Steak Tagalog recipe. May 2009 issue. The Yummy Magazine was actually given to us bloggers for free during the Red Ribbon Cake launch. This May 2009 issue is full of easy recipes that we can make with a snap and still create a restaurant feel of dining.
This Chicken Steak Tagalog is originally taken from our homegrown Beef Steak Tagalog recipe. I substituted the beef with chicken fillet to make it a bit different. Of course, a Filipino steak dish in incomplete without slices of onion rings to top it.

Ingredients:

1/4 C calamansi juice
1/3 C soy sauce
1/4 tsp cracked black pepper
1/2 K of chicken fillet
3 medium potatoes (cut into wedges)
1 large red or white onion
5 cloves garlic (chopped)
1/4 C water
dash of salt

How To:

  • In a bowl, mix calamansi juice together with the soy sauce, salt, black pepper, chopped garlic and chicken fillet. Set aside for about 30 minutes.
  • In a pan fry potato wedges until golden brown. Set aside.
  • Using the same pan, fry marinated chicken fillet until cooked. Add remaining marinade and water.
  • Simmer for a few seconds then add the potato wedges. Stir and serve in a bowl topped with onion rings.

Servings:4-5
Enjoy!

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6 comments:

FoodTripFriday said...

oo nga'no, we have beef,pork and even fish steak, why not chicken!

Lulu said...

yummy, easy, healthy... so why not???

Clarissa said...

Oh my!!I haven't think of these tasty chicken steak tagalog!!Thanks for sharing again the recipe!!^_^

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