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There is no need of Mama Sita’s Kare-Kare mix here. This Kare-kare, my friends, is made from scratch and SLOW-COOKED. The sauce tastes like it has Kare Kare mix in it  and you can scrap out the tho...

Slow-cooked kare-kare from scratch- filipino peanut stew from scratch

There is no need of Mama Sita’s Kare-Kare mix here. This Kare-kare, my friends, is made from scratch and SLOW-COOKED. The sauce tastes like it has Kare Kare mix in it and you can scrap out the tho...

kare-kare is uniquely Filipino dish made with simmered oxtails, vegetables and peanut-based sauce

Kare-Kare

kare-kare is uniquely Filipino dish made with simmered oxtails, vegetables and peanut-based sauce

Kare Kare http://appetite.ph/recipe/karekare http://www.philippinecountry.com/filipino_recipe/pork_and_beef/kare-kare.html

Oxtail Kare Kare (Filipino Oxtail Peanut Stew)

Kare Kare http://appetite.ph/recipe/karekare http://www.philippinecountry.com/filipino_recipe/pork_and_beef/kare-kare.html

i should learn how to make this | slow-cooked kare kare from scratch | theskinnypot.com

Slow-cooked kare-kare from scratch- filipino peanut stew from scratch

i should learn how to make this | slow-cooked kare kare from scratch | theskinnypot.com

Oxtail Kare-kare Peanut Stew Filipino

Oxtail Kare-kare Peanut Stew Filipino

Kare Kare, or what I like to call "Peanut Butter Stew"

Kare Kare

Kare Kare, or what I like to call "Peanut Butter Stew"

KARE-KARE - Kare-kare is a rich and meaty Filipino stew of oxtails, green beans and eggplant in a sauce thickened with peanut butter. Served on special occasions or as a Sunday meal, kare-kare is always accompanied by white rice and a bit of sautéed shrimp paste called bagoong alamang.

KARE-KARE - Kare-kare is a rich and meaty Filipino stew of oxtails, green beans and eggplant in a sauce thickened with peanut butter. Served on special occasions or as a Sunday meal, kare-kare is always accompanied by white rice and a bit of sautéed shrimp paste called bagoong alamang.

#Vegan and #GlutenFree Kare-Kare (#Filipino Peanut Stew) with Banana Blossom

#Vegan and #GlutenFree Kare-Kare (#Filipino Peanut Stew) with Banana Blossom

Spicy, nutty Filipino Kare Kare Chicken Wings

Spicy, nutty Filipino Kare Kare Chicken Wings

Filipino Kare Kare | Tasty Kitchen: A Happy Recipe Community!

Filipino Kare Kare

Filipino Kare Kare | Tasty Kitchen: A Happy Recipe Community!

Kare-Kare Recipe - is a popular Filipino dish served at special occasions. Try this crispy Kare-kare recipe that uses pork shank or 'pata' instead of the traditional oxtail and tripe.

Crispy Kare-kare

Kare-Kare Recipe - is a popular Filipino dish served at special occasions. Try this crispy Kare-kare recipe that uses pork shank or 'pata' instead of the traditional oxtail and tripe.

Kare-Kare or Philippine stew is one of the favorites from the long list of Filipino foods. It is usually prepared with peanut sauce with many vegetables, oxtail, offal and beef.

Kare-Kare or Philippine stew is one of the favorites from the long list of Filipino foods. It is usually prepared with peanut sauce with many vegetables, oxtail, offal and beef.

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Kare Kare (Ox Tail and Peanut Stew)

Filipino Kare Kare (Ox Tail and Peanut Stew)

Kare Kare (Ox Tail and Peanut Stew)

Paleo Kare Kare is a Filipino favorite of braised oxtail with vegetables in a nut butter base.

Paleo Kare Kare is a Filipino favorite of braised oxtail with vegetables in a nut butter base.

Kare Kare is a traditional Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. The commonly used meats for this dish are ox tail, tripe, and pork leg; on some occasions goat and chicken meat are also used. Besides the peanuts, this dish depends on the shrimp paste (on the side) in order to be fully enjoyed. Traditionally, “palayok” (cl

Kare Kare

Kare Kare is a traditional Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. The commonly used meats for this dish are ox tail, tripe, and pork leg; on some occasions goat and chicken meat are also used. Besides the peanuts, this dish depends on the shrimp paste (on the side) in order to be fully enjoyed. Traditionally, “palayok” (cl