Thursday, August 03, 2006

Beef Fritada


Beef Blood
Beef parts which may include:

Beef liver
Tripe parts of the heart as well flank and steak
(Chop meat into bite size pieces)

(I personally am not a real big fan of liver so I exclude it from the mixture)

1 large onion finely diced
6 -8 cloves minced garlic
1/2 cup vinegar
Salt and Black Pepper to taste
4 tablespoons vegetable oil

  1. Add the above ingredients with meat parts remembering to slice tripe into manageable pieces and marinate for an hour.
  2. In a large pan, add marinated meat and cook over medium heat until meat is done, stir frequently
  3. Add marinade back to the pot and boil another 15 minutes
  4. Add beef blood to thicken sauce.
  5. Season to taste
  6. Bring back to boil
  7. Serve with white rice


LeaAnn said...

we make this too but we use binadu because we hunt here on Guam(my kids and husband hunt;i just prep and eat LOL)this is a family favorite even my 2yr old loves it :)

Si Pete said said...

Nothing like binadu. It never makes it out of the kelaguen bowl in my house. If you have any twists to add to the recipe please share. Thank you LeaAnn!