Beef tapa is the Filipino version of “Beef Jerky”. The only difference I think is that, beef jerky is smoked while our beef tapa is dried directly under the heat of the sun. Here’s my version of beef tapa, the Ilocano way.
Calamares with Chile Vinegar Sauce
Daing nga bagsang – Daing na Sapsap is one of a typical breakfast for a typical Filipino paired with freshly sliced tomatoes. For me, one of the best! It’s yummy and nutritious!