Oxtail Kare Kare, Buntot ng Baka

Kare Kare, Buntot ng Baka
Kare Kare, Buntot ng Baka. The other day I went to Marina Mall it is the second mall in Abu Dhabi, its several times more the size of Abu Dhabi Mall it is located in a reclaimed island at the end of the Abu Dhabi corniche road right beside the famous Emirates Palace Hotel. My purpose was to look around. Its summer time sale season may be I could find some bargain item. Marina Mall is where you could find also the second Carrefour Supermarket I did want to buy some grocery items as well. The meat, seafood and the vegetable section is huge you could find a lot of options, as long as you have the right budget of course. Well the price is not expensive also. I found this Oxtail, Kare-kare immediately come into my cravings. I bought 1/2 kilo Oxtail and 1/2 kilo Oxtripe and found all the ingredients I need at the vegetable section. With the availability of various food powder mixes cooking has become as easy as 123. On this recipe I used the Mama Sita Kare-kare mix.


Ingredients:

1/2 kilo oxtail, saw cut crosswise at 1 1/2” in thickness
1/2 kilo oxtripe, cut 1”x 2” rectangle
3 medium size eggplant, trimmed, slice diagonally
1 small size banana bud, trimmed, quartered and cut diagonaly
1 bundle sitaw, trimmed, cut into 2" long
1 heads garlic, peeled, crushed, minced
2 large size onion, peeled, chopped
1 bundle pechay, trimmed
1 packet Mama Sita Kare-kare mix
cooking oil
unsweetened ginisang bagoong alamang


Cooking procedure:

In a sauce pan put oxtail, tripe and enough water to cover all meat, bring to a boil. Lower fire and let simmer for 1 to 2 hours or until tender. Remove all scum that rises to the surface. Separate the meat and stock, set aside. In same sauce pan, sauté garlic and onion. Add ox tail and tripe, stir cook for 3 to 5 minutes then pour in 4 to 6 cups of stock and simmer for another 3 to 5 minutes. Add kare-kare mix diluted in 1 cup of stock and the banana bud and simmer for 5 to 8 minutes until sauce thickens, then add all the other vegetables. Cook for another 3 to 5 minutes or until vegetable is just cooked. Serve hot with ginisang bagoong alamang.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love this site, it's so easy to follow the recipe and the picture's is so wonderful. Thank you so much.

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Amanda L. said...

I agree! My husband and I love the recipes. We ate lots of Filipino food during our visit in Manila. This site is heaven sent.

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Anonymous said...

Paano po kung walang kare-kare mix? :( D2 me sa Malaysia, walang kare-kare mix

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ut-man said...

Medyo matrabaho ang pag-prepare hayaan mo pag nakagawa ako post ko agad.

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Anonymous said...

un po puso ng saging paano po treatment, meron kc nagpapapait sa kanya.

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ut-man said...

Wala naman po, pagkahiwa lang ay derecho lang sa paglubog sa water para di mangitim.

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Anonymous said...

put lilys peanut butter add according to your taste or ludys peanut butter if you want more or less.put grinded na bigas soaked in water for while for to make it malapot

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szechuandragon said...

para mawala yung pait, try mo ibabad sa tubig na may asin yung puso ng saging or kaskasan mo ng asin. then banlawan at pigain para maalis yung dagta (yun yung mapait).

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ut-man said...

@szechuandragon,
Salamat sa cooking tip...

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arraguado said...

Ang stock ba ay galing sa kinuluan buntot at goto?

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