Goto, Beef Tripe Lugaw

Goto
Goto, beef Tripe Lugaw is a very popular Pinoy street food merienda. It is peddled in the streets in wooden kart with big cast iron pot complete with kerosene or LPG stove. With the availability of pre-cleaned, pre-boiled and even bleached ox or beef tripe on most supermarket, cooking goto has become easy for the reason that the tedious cleaning process has been reduced.

Beef Tripe Lugaw

Making the ox or beef tripe tender, requires long hours of simmering. however this could be reduced by using pressure cooker. Just be careful not to overcooked it to avoid a soggy tripe, it should be cooked tender but still retain some of its chewy characteristics. For the rice porridge I used the ratio of two parts glutinous rice and one part regular rice. The consistency defends on one's preference, some like their goto runny but for my self I want it more on the thicker side, that is the reason why I used more glutinous rice for this recipe.

Goto, Beef Tripe Lugaw

Here is my beef tripe lugaw recipe.

Ingredients:

1/2 kilo beef tripe, cut into short strips, pre-boiled till tender, reserve broth
2 cup malagkit, glutinous rice,
1 cup regular rice
1/2 head garlic, chopped
1/2 head garlic, chopped, fried
1 medium size onion, chopped
2 thumb size ginger, cut into strips
1 small bundle spring onion, chopped
1 cup patis, fish sauce
salt and pepper
cooking oil
kalamansi

Cooking procedure:

Goto, Beef Tripe Lugaw - Cooking Procedure

Wash glutinous rice and regular rice, keep aside. In large casserole sauté garlic, ginger and onion add in the beef tripe and fish sauce, stir cook for 3 to 5 minutes. Add in rice and stir cook for another 3 to 5 minutes. Now add the reserved broth and enough water bring to a boil and simmer for 30 to 35 minutes or until rice start to disintegrate and form a thick rice soup add more water as necessary. Season with salt and pepper. Serve immediately. Garnish with chopped spring onion, fried garlic and drizzle with kalamansi juice.

See other Lugaw and Arroz Caldo recipes; 

Chicken Feet Arroz Caldo 
Chicken Guya Lugaw 
Chicken Arroz Caldo with Salted Egg 
Fish Lugaw with Malungay, a Pinoy version of Fish Risotto with Malungay 
Oxtail Lugaw 
Lugaw, Beef Cheeks and Tripe Combination 
Beef Cheeks Lugaw 
Chicken Arroz Caldo with Bacon 
Arroz Caldo 
Special Lugaw, Special Pinoy Congee 
Seafood Lugaw

See other ox or beef tripe recipes:

Kare-Kare Beef Tripe
Kinilaw na Liblibro
Papaitan Baka / Pinapaitan Baka
Sinanglao

Comments

  1. Ang GOTO pala sa atin ay parang JOK ng Thailand. except they use pork, instead of beef.. Ill try to make Goto by buying Jok sachet, and d rest of ingredients and procedure, ill follow your recipe. salamat..

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  2. Yes lugaw or goto is jok in Thailand

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  3. in RE: Goto, I discard the water where the tripe was boiled, because of all the fats that are floating on the broth, I use hot water or beef broth, instead and I also put hard-boiled eggs to my goto, as well as my arroz caldo.

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  4. Thanks for sharing to tips on goto

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  5. ang lugaw ay gingawang pang tanggal ng hang over ng mga lasing gero dito sa amin.......

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