3 Easy and Fast Beef Recipes By Erwan Heussaff

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These easy beef recipes are here to save you from those lazy nights where you something fast and easy. Beef Satay Ramen Noodles, Mongolian Beef and Beef Milanesa/ Schnitzel !

Impress your family and friends by making these seemingly complicated dishes. 😉

Order your beef in Metro Manila today from Bolzico Beef: https://chingolodeli.ph/collections/argentinian-bolzico-beef-angus-beef
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Beef Satay Noodles (0:34)
250 grams of Grass Fed Rib Eye, seasoned with salt and pepper
2 Handfuls of freshly cooked egg noodles
1 cup of coconut cream
2 tbsp of smooth peanut butter
2 pcs of garlic
½ tsp curry powder
1 tbsp honey
1 salt to season (or 1 tsp of soy sauce)
Crunchy garlic and spring onions to garnish
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Mongolian Beef (4:25)
300g of Grass Fed Picanha
2 small red onions
4 cloves of garlic
1 tbsp cornstarch
2 tbsp soy sauce
¼ cup water
1 tsp red chili flakes
1 tbsp brown sugar
Spring onions to garnish

Milanesa (9:40)
300g Cuadril (Rump) Grass fed
1/3 cup minced parsley
1 cup of fine bread crumbs
1 cup of flour
Salt and pepper to season
1 egg
1/3 cup of milk
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Comments

Unbelievable Tranquility says:

Love it. All of your work is fantastic!!!

Carlos Nonan says:

Madumi ka magluto lodi.

SIRRR TV says:

mongolia beef comes from magnolia

Random Guy says:

You know what, to be honest, I no longer have trust with Erwan's dish since Solen defeats him easily with any dish 😂😂😂😂 Sorry Erwan.

Tonald Drump says:

How come people eat a fucking raw steak everytime i seen people eat that on youtube makes me puke

Elem Fao says:

all of the people i know who died of cancer, eats steak hahahaha

Melissa Anne says:

I view this without just thinking if this can be done with chicken cause I dont eat beef😅

Anand Joshua says:

Bro you're caring about looks… dang

Belinda Ho says:

I love watching Erwan's videos but it's disappointing how he can't even pronounce "Tagalog" right. He said TAG-a-log instead of ta-GA-log. Maybe I'm nitpicking here but imagine if he's a Filipino making a living in another country by making videos about their food, do you think he can get away with not speaking their language? He managed to learn so many languages, and he lives with help who speak Filipino. Shows you how little interest he has in speaking Filipino.

Adobo Et al says:

While there’s nothing wrong with cooking “Fusion Food Recipes” provided that you give the credit to where credit is due..(?) everything looks really sumptuous and delicious, especially the Bolzico Beef 👌🏽🙌🏽..

👨🏼‍🍳—👨🏼‍🍳 Imo it’s much better if you use and call them______“INSPIRED” Dish, out of Respect.

Because technically, the recipe ingredients and cooking procedure of the dishes here are NOT OG to be called by it’s OG traditional name.

This is a very common Mortal SIN on Culinary Education and Nowadays Practice in Cooking and the Culinary World in general, which has become a bad precedent, hence many of the Original Traditional Dish or Cuisine of a particular Country are fast losing it’s own identity now a days…

Just saying, please use “My version, ____ Inspired dish!” at the end of your named dish, if you know that you are cooking a “Fusion” recipe, especially when you know that it’s technically not what it is or the ingredients and procedure are totally different from the OG Traditional Recipe, out of respect and for you, not to mislead your viewers.
“LET us Learn to GIVE the CREDIT, where Credit is DUE.”

Agustin Lozada says:

what you did with picanha is sacriligous!

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