There is no need of Mama Sita’s Kare-Kare mix here. This Kare-kare, my friends, is made from scratch and SLOW-COOKED. The sauce tastes like it has Kare Kare mix in it  and you can scrap out the tho...

Slow-cooked kare-kare from scratch- filipino peanut stew from scratch

There is no need of Mama Sita’s Kare-Kare mix here. This Kare-kare, my friends, is made from scratch and SLOW-COOKED. The sauce tastes like it has Kare Kare mix in it and you can scrap out the tho.

Oxtail Kare-kare Peanut Stew Filipino

This is the most speedy way of preparing good quality kare-kare. The oxtail is very tender, while the peanut sauce is rich, thick, and tasty.

Kare Kare is a traditional Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. The commonly used meats for this dish are ox tail, tripe, and pork leg; on some occasions goat and chicken meat are also used. Besides the peanuts, this dish depends on the shrimp paste (on the side) in order to be fully enjoyed. Traditionally, “palayok” (cl

Kare Kare

This is a traditional Kare Kare recipe, which is a Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. Learn to cook this dish through our video.

Kare Kare, or what I like to call "Peanut Butter Stew"

Kare Kare

Kare-Kare (oxtail peanut soup)- My late Lolo makes THE best kare-kare. Too bad I didn't get his recipe before he passed away a few years back.

Filipino Kare Kare (Ox Tail and Peanut Stew) recipe - While this stew may seem complicated, it's not too difficult at all, especially if you cook the meat one day ahead, store in the fridge and remove the hardened fat on the surface the following day. Kare Kare should be served with bagoong, a pungent and salty condiment of fermented shrimps. #filipino #stew

Filipino Kare Kare (Ox Tail and Peanut Stew)

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Kare Kare (Filipino Ox-Tail Peanut Stew) Beef or Pork shanks may be substituted to save a few dollars, and they are meatier.

Vegan & Gluten-Free Kare-Kare (Filipino Peanut Stew)

Vegan & Gluten-Free Kare-Kare (Filipino Peanut Stew

Several days in the kitchen testing and altering recipes, I finally perfected my Vegan Kare-Kare (Filipino Peanut Stew) with banana blossom,

Seafood Kare Kare (Philippine Seafood, Peanut and Coconut Stew)

Recipe: Seafood Kare Kare (Philippine Seafood, Peanut and Coconut Stew Inspired by Bale Dutung)

This Filipino Kare-Kare Recipe is a meat and vegetable stew with oxtail, beef or tripe, eggplant, banana buds, pechay, string beans and other vegetables.

Kare-Kare

Kare-kare is a stew of oxtail. What makes it truly kare-kare is its delicious sauce made from peanuts. Added to the sauce are eggplants, banana blossoms, and string beans. Delicious Filipino Food You Should Try Before You Die

Beef Kare-Kare

Beef Kare-Kare

Beef Kare-Kare is a version of kare-kare or peanut stew that makes use of beef chuck, instead of the traditional oxtail.

Kare Kare is a traditional Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. Learn to cook this dish through our video.

Kare Kare

Kare Kare is a traditional Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. Learn to cook this dish through our video.

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Slow-cooked kare-kare from scratch- filipino peanut stew from scratch

SLOW-COOKED KARE-KARE FROM SCRATCH - sounds intimidating but the ingredients are actually simple and has a substitution for oxtail... want to try!!

Slow-cooked kare-kare from scratch- filipino peanut stew from scratch

There is no need of Mama Sita’s Kare-Kare mix here. This Kare-kare, my friends, is made from scratch and SLOW-COOKED. The sauce tastes like it has Kare Kare mix in it and you can scrap out the tho.

KARE KARE MANOK = (CHICKEN KARE-KARE) = Ingredients : 1 Tbsp. anato seed 4 tsp. ginger, cut into strips 1 kilo chicken, cut into serving pieces 1 red onion, sliced 1 head garlic, crushed 1 cup peanut butter or Mama Sita’s Kare kare mix 200 grams tomato sauce 4 pcs. medium size eggplants 2 cups evaporated milk or coconut milk 1 bundle pechay 1 cup stringbeans, cut 2 inches 1/2 cup cooking oil Bagoong alamang (Shrimp paste) ====

How to Cook Kare-Kareng Manok (Chicken Kare-Kare)

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