Beef Tapa


beef sirloin, soy sauce, garlic powder, sugar, salt, black pepper

Beef Tapa is dried cured beef similar to “Beef Jerky”. This is traditionally prepared by curing the meat with sea salt and letting it dry directly under the sun for the purpose of preserving the meat. Nowadays, commercialized Beef Tapa are often cured but most do not undergo drying. Tapa is usually fried and is best served with vinegar

Modified Aug. 24, 2020

Created Aug. 11, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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