Sizzling Beef Stir Fry

Stir fry is one of the easiest meals to prepare. Probably one of the most colourful meals you will ever make.This is a Chinese cooking technique in which ingredients are fried in a small amount of very hot oil while being stirred in a wok. The technique originated in China and in recent centuries has spread into other parts of Asia and the West.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Beef or steak
  • Sliced onions
  • Diced green peppers
  • Diced red peppers
  • Oyster sauce
  • Cremini mushrooms
  • Shredded ginger
  • Soy sauce
  • Garlic salt
  • Corn starch
  • Broccoli
  • Water chestnut (optional)
  • Accent (optional)

METHOD:

  • Slice beef into strips then place in a bowl, or one can use steak if there is no beef.
  • In the bowl, add shredded ginger, chicken stock and garlic (either powdered or blended). Mix together then add cornstarch to the beef and mix all together.

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  • Place oil on fire, on medium heat, then fry beef but don’t let it get crispy.

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  • Make sure you have prepped ingredient. Sliced as onions depending on how much you are actually preparing.
  • Wash green and red peppers, clean them dry then dice then into medium sized cubes.Wash and cut broccoli.
  • Wash cremini mushrooms then dice them to the size you want it to be.
  • Place a wok on fire, then put a little sesame seed oil in the pan and allow it to heat up.
  • Pour diced peppers and sliced onions into the work then add garlic salt and shredded ginger.Stir for about 3 minutes but DO NOT let the vegetables burn or over fry.

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  • Pour oyster sauce into the pan, but not too much then add broccoli, fried shredded beef, and diced cremini mushrooms. Then add your chopped chestnut (optional).

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  • Allow cooking for a few minutes while you stir, probably 6 mins or less.
  • Then serve and enjoy with either noodles or fried rice.

 

                           

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. This was actually a good read for me. I mostly don’t know how to cook anything without the help of a microwave, but I might learn some things over the summer and make decent stir fry.

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  2. I have always been meaning to start learning how to cook and your posts all have fairly easy to follow steps and look delicious. I’ll definitely have to try out some of these dishes!

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