So, everybody and their mother have the one, the only, the very best Kare Kare recipe. Of course, having lived in the Philippines for almost five years, I have my very own “best” recipe. As for the protein, the most common is ox tail, but of course you can substitute it with any protein you like, even omit it completely and make a vegetarian version. The most important part of Kare Kare is the peanut sauce, of which a million of fine variations exist :-) (and maybe some not so fine) Here now is my humble version of this wonderful dish: Saute beef neck bones, seasoned with kosher salt and black pepper, in peanut oil until browned. Remove bones, reserve. Saute chopped carrots, onions and celery until caramelized, return neck bones to the pot, cover with water. Add lots of garlic paste, a handful of rice, a good amount of turmeric, a few annatto seeds, salt and pepper and bring to a simmer. Cook slowly for about two to three hours or until meat is tender. Add a large amount of peanut butter and simmer until sauce has thickened. Add Patis and calamansi juice, check /adjust seasoning. While the meat simmers, blanch zucchini batons, eggplant batons, whole chilies and baby bok choy, shock in ice water, drain. When the stew is done, add the vegetables to it and simmer until vegetables have heated through. Serve with white rice. Mabuting Gana ! Buhay Ay Mabuti !
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