Nilat-Ang Baka means boiled Baka (beef) with Vegetables which is a typical Cebuano dish. In Tagalos dialect this dish is called Nilagang Baka. Nilat-Ang Baka is made by slowly cooking the beef with correct spices and then the vegetables are added towards the end. It is said that short ribs is the best part to use when cooking Nilat-Ang Baka. Cebu is a famous city in the South or the Visayas Region of the Philippines.

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