February 11, 2010

chayote sauteed beef


Friday, it is time for food trippers! Food Trip Friday, here I/we come! (~_~) And now it is time to show "yummylicious" foodies folks... These time, my own cook---fresh from my skillet and kitchen stove which the date tells for proof. I cooked it early on that day because I had many chores to do so I just cooked first then preceded to my works so in time that I was hungry, the food was already waiting for me to scour. (~_~) I also cooked rice at the same time as well to save time since as I said I had a lot to do that time. What I did was just heated it up then ate after the works done. By the way, the ingredients with that were: beef, chayote, olive oil, a little water and soy sauce (more water than soy sauce), spices (green and red bell peppers, onion, garlic, tomato, scallions, salt), and pork bouillon. Yes I use bouillons whenever I cook even if there is already meat added. The taste is just different. So I guess you already know how to sauteed the ingredients to make it palatable depending upon your taste if you like it half cook or fully cook. It is good to have it half-cook when not eaten directly because the remaining heat in the skillet will make it fully cook even if the stove was already off. In case if you don't know how to cook it, this is just simple as like any other sauteed meat and vegetables with the spices and other stuffs. (1) Just heat up the skillet with the olive oil then toss the onion, garlic, and tomato. You could also put some bell pepper for taste and some afterwards when it is about to cook so the other bell pepper won't be fully cooked. (2)Then once the spices turned brown over the olive oil, put the washed beef and put some water, little salt and soy sauce then boil for two minutes. (3)After that, put the chayote then boil up again for two minutes the put the scallions. (4)Wait then for about a minute then done! Have a happy eating with rice and drinks.

Happy FTF! :-)

16 Comments:

  1. teJan said...
    aaay..look delicious cai...kalamiiiiii!!!!
    luna miranda said...
    why don't you try adding beef bouillons instead to highlight the beef flavor.
    chubskulit said...
    Yummy. May tag nga pala ako sayo madam sis, grab mo na lang ha..

    In the mood to cook
    Food Trip Friday said...
    You gave me an idea what to cook for dinner. I have a Chayote squash and beef in the fridge.Thanks for posting this. :)
    ♡u8mypinkc00kies♡ said...
    we often make this at home too!! i love chayote (since i'm so picky with veggies.. i only eat a very few kinds!) :D we usually used shrimp or chicken liver.. but sometimes we use chicken, beef or pork :D
    katherine said...
    naa diay chayote diha Cai hehehe

    yum yum yum, beef pa jud pares..yummilicous jud na hehe
    Cacai M. said...
    oizzt thankie mga gwapz.. teJan, thanks.. heheh.. :-) And Lun, yep I add beef bouillon because the meat is beef and when I have pork meat, apparently I put pork bouillon and so with the chicken bouillon when the meat is chicken. Thanks for the thought lun..

    Manang Rose, thanks.. and yep I will get it later.. muahhh!

    heheh.. thanks Te Wil.. :-)

    That's cool ♡u8mypinkc00kies♡, ooh I see.. you're picky with veges, am glad you like chayote... I so love it whatever it will be mixed into.

    And Te Kat, yep naa chayote dre.. heheh.. thanks for being here and all of you guys.. muahhh!
    David said...
    I don't buy chayote because it is expensive.... waaa kurips... yah know! lol
    Cacai M. said...
    Mareng, .... (LOL)... :-)
    Dhemz said...
    ayay! nagtulo akong laway...maau ni kay tugnaw kaau...lami kaau madam sis..naa pay nabilin diha kay magda ko ug yahong...waaaaaaa!
    Cecile said...
    sarap naman nito, Cai; meron pa ba?
    Cacai M. said...
    Te Ces, wla na Te Ces but naa pa ko chayote dre luto-onon.. :-(
    Thanks for being here Te Ces.. muahhh!
    shydub said...
    Hi tsang love your food. looks delish. btw, how was your computer now, okay na? Okay naman imung layout dili na katag. akong LO sa isa ka blog naniwang lol
    Cacai M. said...
    mao ba Tsang, naniwang diay.. heheh.. thanks for the complement Tsang.. heheh.. na-master na ni nko ky pirmi nko lutoon.. og okay na ako PC for 3 days ang drama pagka-hinay, maau gani ky nka-idea ko nga i-re-install ang akong anti-virus and anti-spyware ky dihinz nmn jud xa makita sa akong screen ang software nko.. gosh.. dli diay updated ako software.. galagot judko ato Tsang ky haskang dugaya mo-load.. gosh.. anyway, thanks for being here Tsang and am glad you like my chayote sautted beef recipe.. muahhh!
    AC said...
    naku it's one of my kid's fave veggies.. lalo na kung sa tinola.. i better try this one out..
    Cacai M. said...
    Thank you AC for being here.. and ooh really? That's cool.. I like it in tinola too lalo na kapag may luya at atsal, sweet taste kasi.. yumm-o. (~_~)

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