And since my girlfriend is pregnant and craving for Bistek Tagalog, I have to run to the grocery store to buy the ingredients for the “Bistek Tagalog” (Pinoy Version of Beef Steak)

As of this writing the price of Beef Sirloin is PhP 450-480 (quite expensive)

Beef Sirloin – thinly sliced
Soy Sauce
Ground Black Pepper
Cooking Oil

How to Cook:
Marinate the Beef with calamansi and soy sauce for 30 minutes – 1 hour
Saute onions and garlic (I personally prefer to use butter), set aside
Fry beef sirloin (without the marinade) using cooking oil until beef turns brown, then add onions and garlic, pour in marinade, add pepper to taste
Let boil for 10-15 minutes or until beef is tender, add water if needed

Sorry was not in the mood to take a picture… ;-P