Bulalugaw with Bone Marrow Recipe

Possibilities in food are indeed endless and we just love how much creativity and deliciousness could flow in our favorite room β€” the kitchen. We just have been staying in our kitchen, preparing and cooking dishes that have been giving us sleepless nights and cravings, and yes, a few drools might also have been present.

With that, more than a comfort food, Lugaw is often viewed as food for when a person is sick and this may be because it does not require much effort to eat it. Also, we have decided to turn it up a notch by giving it a rather sinful makeover as we have mishmashed it with Bulalo, a sumptuous classic Filipino viand.

Couldn’t quite get a grasp of what we have created? Well, no need to search high and low, because we are going to break it down for you. As we have mentioned, Bulalo is a classic Pinoy dish we oh-so-love as this one is of tasty beef stew that has tender beef shanks and bone marrow alongside leafy vegetables, corn on the cob, scallions, garlic, onion, and ginger. Meanwhile, Lugaw, also known as rice porridge, can be considered as a Filipino take on congee. This dish is primarily made with rice, water, and salt to taste. Some often eat this with a hard boiled egg while others put chicken on it which actually makes it an Arroz Caldo.

Do you somehow get it now? Our Bulalugaw with Bone Marrow is of two dishes in one gastronomous adventure and we made it all for you to dig into it and enjoy every bit of it. If you are already thinking of the work you need to put to whip up one dish and now you have to double it just to have this, then try your best not to, because we have made an easy how-to-cook-it video for you to follow.

Just make sure you got all the ingredients ready and all your cooking equipment near your reach for easy flow in the kitchen. Anyway, here’s our Bulalugaw with Bone Marrow recipe video! Happy cooking… and of course, eating!

Ingredients:
 750 g beef
 2 bone marrows
 2 cups rice
 1 onion, chopped
 7 cloves of garlic, chopped
 1 ginger, chopped
 4 stalks of spring onion, sliced into small pieces
 1 beef broth cube
 ½ tbsp salt
 ½ tsp black pepper
 1 sweet corn, sliced
 2 tbsp olive oil
 2 tbsp kasubha
 1 tbsp fish sauce

Directions:
1

Marinate the beef shank with salt and black pepper and set aside.

2

Fry beef shanks until slightly brown. Add onion and water into the mix.

3

Saute' garlic and add ginger. Then, add onion, rice, beef shanks, sweet corn, beef stock and bring it to a boil.

4

Add salt, black pepper, kasubha and mix. Add beef broth cube and fish sauce.

5

After a few minutes, add the bone marrows and let it simmer.

6

Add spring onion and let it simmer for a few minutes more. Serve hot into a bowl and topped with annatto oil and fried garlic (optional). Enjoy!

Ingredients

Ingredients:
 750 g beef
 2 bone marrows
 2 cups rice
 1 onion, chopped
 7 cloves of garlic, chopped
 1 ginger, chopped
 4 stalks of spring onion, sliced into small pieces
 1 beef broth cube
 ½ tbsp salt
 ½ tsp black pepper
 1 sweet corn, sliced
 2 tbsp olive oil
 2 tbsp kasubha
 1 tbsp fish sauce

Directions

Directions:
1

Marinate the beef shank with salt and black pepper and set aside.

2

Fry beef shanks until slightly brown. Add onion and water into the mix.

3

Saute' garlic and add ginger. Then, add onion, rice, beef shanks, sweet corn, beef stock and bring it to a boil.

4

Add salt, black pepper, kasubha and mix. Add beef broth cube and fish sauce.

5

After a few minutes, add the bone marrows and let it simmer.

6

Add spring onion and let it simmer for a few minutes more. Serve hot into a bowl and topped with annatto oil and fried garlic (optional). Enjoy!

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