Beef recipes offered by Panlasang Pinoy include beef morcon, adobo meatballs and Salisbury steak with beef and mushroom gravy. The site also lists recipes for soups such as the slow-cooked beef lauya, beef nilaga soup and roast sirloin tip.
Beef morcon works well as a special occasion dish or as regular fare. It requires a flank steak marinade that can also be used for other steak preparations. The dish combines beef flanks, beef sausages and hard-boiled eggs.
Adobo meatballs taste great when eaten for breakfast or as a main meal. The recipe works well with ground beef or pork. The meatballs are cooked in a gravy of soy sauce and beef broth and go well with garlic rice or garlic bread.
The Panlasang Pinoy Salisbury steak is served with white rice or mashed potatoes, with a fried egg on top for added flavor. The dish is simple enough for beginners to try and consists of fried beef patties covered in a gravy made of mushrooms and beef broth.
Beef Lauya Soup gets its name from the word "lauya" which means "ginger" in the Filipino language. The beef requires a long while to cook, and the best results are achieved with a slow cooker.