Bistek Silog

Bistek Silog

Bistek Silog as a tasty lunch meal combination that I can eat everyday. The combo meal is composed of Bistek tagalog – which is also known as Filipino Beef Steak, Sinangag na kanin or garlic fried rice, and fried eggs. This is not your usual “Silog” meal, so I am throwing this idea out in the open for you to experience this meal the same way I did.

Bistek Sinangag at Itlog - Bistek Silog

The recipe below will guide you on how to cook bistek silog. The recipe link for bistek and sinangag are provided in the ingredients section. Follow the link to get the details.

Silog dishes are usually served with fried eggs. This is the only reason why I had fried eggs in the recipe. I think that boiled eggs are also good with bistek silog. I tried to have this with boiled eggs before and it was delish. It made me remember how I liked pork adobo with boiled eggs.

Bistek Silog Meal

This meal can also be made with pork steak, but take it easy on the sauce. It will great if you try to reduce the sauce in half to make it thicker and fit for a Silog type meal.

Bistek Silog - Pinoy Beef Steak

Try this Bistek Silog Recipe. Enjoy!

Bistek Silog
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This is a recipe for a tasty Filipino Combo Meal known as Bistek Silog. It is a name that describes bistek tagalog, sinangag (garlic fried rice), at itlog (and fried egg).
Recipe type: Combo Meal
Cuisine: Filipino
Serves: 3


  1. Cook bistek tagalog by following the recipe provided on the link above. Set aside.
  2. Prepare the garlic fried rice (also known as sinangag na kanin). Use the link in the ingredients section to be directed to the recipe for sinangag.
  3. Arrange a cup of sinangag in a plate and add a serving of bistek tagalog. Put 2 fried eggs on the side. Do this step 2 more times until a total of 3 bistek silog plates are prepared.
  4. Serve with your favorite condiment (mine is ketchup for the egg). Share and enjoy!

Nutrition Information
Serving size: 3


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