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Beef Caldereta with Tsokolate 

Filipino Beef Stew with Chocolate – Pinoy dish with a twist! 

Ingredients (serves 5) 

900 grams beef brisket, cut into 2″ cubes

70 grams liver pâté or spread

4 cloves garlic, minced

1 large onion, diced

1 can tomato sauce

2 cups water 

1 tsp coarse ground black pepper

40 grams plain not-too-sweet chocolate or tsokolateng tablea (you may want to add some sugar for using tablea in this recipe) 

2 potatoes, sliced

2 carrots, sliced 

2 bell peppers or capsicums (red and yellow), sliced 

½ cup green peas or edamame beans 

2 pcs laurel leaves

dried chilis (optional)

1 tbsp cooking oil

salt and pepper to taste 

Instructions

1. In a pressure cooker with heated cooking oil, sauté the garlic and onion then add the beef and cook until slightly brown.

2. Add the laurel leaves, crushed pepper and dried chili. 

3. Add the liver spread, tomato sauce and water. Mix until well incorporated. Cook until meat is tender (30-40 minutes in a pressure cooker) 

4. Add potato and carrots. Simmer for about 10 minutes.

5. Add the chocolate and stir. 

6. Add the bell peppers and green peas, cook for a few minutes more (add salt and freshly ground pepper to taste). 

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I start my day with coffee and end my day with wine. #fact *:) Mimi Claire, this website/blog, symbolizes my foray into the world of baking and cooking. It was born out of my childhood passion in exploring and inventing different types of original recipes with a twist. What started as a self-taught passion journey has been transformed lately into a lifework in my attempt to share my discoveries and tastes thru this channel with like-minded people all over the world. I hope to achieve the fine mix and taste in between the Filipino, Japanese and French cuisine arts in my dreams of becoming a full-fledged chef in my own café/restaurant venture someday. I graduated from Le Cordon Bleu in Tokyo in 2014 with a Patisserie Diploma and will continue to study French cuisine sometime soon again. I am currently attending one of Japan’s most popular cooking schools, the ABC Cooking Studio to learn more about Washoku (Japanese Traditional Cuisine) and Wagashi (Japanese Confectionery). Please bear with me in my personal journey in this life-work I have chosen for myself. xo, Claire

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