Kaldereta

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Kaldereta or Caldereta is a Filipino dish that is made out of mutton, liver spread (similar to pate), cheese, capsicum, and chillies in a tomato based sauce. Though mutton is the primary choice of meat for this dish it is not restricted to it as beef and chicken can be used, the only difference is that muttons are used in special occasions and beef is for everyday home cooking. This recipe was inspired by the Spanish Caldereta which is a stew of fish or meat; it is where it got its name as well. The word Caldereta came from the word caldera or cauldron and it is the vessel where stews are cooked, in Philippines it is named as kaldero.

I guess this is the most popular hot and spicy stew in the Philippines, it is so popular every household have its own variation, some add carrots, some add cheese, others add green peas and potatoes but one thing remains the same it’s the beef or mutton cooked in a chilli infused tomato puree and liver spread. Traditional method uses beef or mutton neck bones or ribs as it give more flavour compared to other parts. A really good dish to start with if you want to learn and try Filipino recipes.


Ingredients

1 kg beef ribs, stewing beef or mutton, cubed
2 medium carrots, cubed
1 large red capsicum, sliced
1 1/2 cup green peas
1 large can tomato puree
3 tbsp tomato paste
2 tbsp liver spread, liver pate or beef liver puree
2-4 red birds eye chillies, sliced
2-3 cups beef stock
3 pcs bay leaves
1 red onion, chopped
6 cloves garlic, minced
black pepper
salt
oil

Method

1. On a pot, heat oil and sauté garlic until crispy golden brown. Remove from pot then set it aside.
2. Place onions on the pot and sauté until soft.
3. Add beef / mutton and brown on all sides.
4. Add beef stock and bay leaves, bring to a boil.
5. Add the tomato puree and carrots then simmer for 1 hour in very low heat or until meat is tender, add water if needed.
6. Add liver spread then continue to simmer for 15 more minutes.
7. Add tomato paste, bird’s eye chillies, capsicum and green peas then simmer for additional 15 minutes.
8. Season with freshly ground pepper and salt. Top with the fried garlic.

Note : this recipe also appears @ Ang Sarap, original post can be seen here Kaldereta

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  • Motz Jazz Y

    Thank U for the recipe. But why put terminology in cooking that’re not so familiar for others (you may say, “Problema mo na yun!” but you are doing blog & sharing knowledge. I think are suppose/meant to be simple words & easy to understand with the readers, Just a suggestion po). Like your “CAPSICUM” I had to refer from GOOGLE for the picture to understand it. Eh, BELL PEPPER lang pa la yun.

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