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bistek gisado - It turned out very good but i think i could have cooked it a little longer.. Today I am sharing this bistek gisado! A quick and easy dinner that is ready in under 35 minutes! How to Make Spicy Bottom Round Steak ( Bistec Guisado) Step-by-Step. Lay your steaks out on a wooden cutting board before pounding the steaks season each one with a little garlic powder, black pepper and seasoned salt. Then pound each one with meat mallet or pounder to tenderize. Turn steaks over and do the same on the other side. Taste sauce; season with more salt and pepper, if necessary.

bistek gisado Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer until very little liquid remains. How to Make Beef W/ Onions, (Bistec Guisado, Encebollado) Who likes an overcooked, dry piece of beef. This dish will surely be appeasing.

You can cook bistek gisado with 9 Ingredients and 3 steps. See the following guide!

Ingredients for bistek gisado:

  1. 2 lb thinly sliced beef.
  2. 4 thinly sliced tomato.
  3. 1/2 thinly sliced onion.
  4. 3 thinly sliced jalapenos.
  5. 1 hand full fresh cilantro.
  6. 8 oz can tomato sauce.
  7. 1 salt to taste.
  8. 1/4 cup oil.
  9. 8 oz water.

This is a melt in your mouth tenderized beef. Enjoy mi gente.☺☺ How to Make Bistek Guisado. This Bistec Encebollado is our Latin version of Steak and Onions. Pretty much every latin country has its own version and to be honest, you cannot go wrong with any of our varied recipes.

Step by step how to cook bistek gisado:

  1. in large fry pan heat oil and add beef, cook until it is completely browned and starts getting crispy in spots..
  2. add all veggies and mix in with beef, cook about 5 minutes then add tomato sauce, water and salt to taste..
  3. simmer for about 10 minutes on med-low heat stirring occasionally..

In this video and recipe, I went with bottom round steak because we had a limitation at our supermarket. Use any cut of steak when making this easy beef stew. Marinated in oil, oregano, vinegar, and onions, this is a great meal for a busy weeknight. A staple in Puerto Rican cooking. Serve with white rice and tostones.