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I usually find that most Beef w/ Peppers recipes fall short- too much saltyness going on from soy sauce and a general lack of…tang? This is my own concoction and it comes out WONDERFUL! sweet and savory and yum. FULL RECIPE ON THE BOTTOM.

Cut all this good stuff up first:

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once your beef cut of choice is thinly sliced, mix your oyster sauce, hot chili oil, sesame oil, rice vinegar, water and cornstarch together in a bowl.
Throw your meat slices in and fully coat them in the sauce. Let it marinate in the fridge, we let ours go an hour.

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Heat oil of your choice (I recommend canola or peanut) and sear the meat in a super hot pan for one minute. Avoid stirring. After the minute is up, turn the meat over and sear for another minute.
add a bit more oil and allow pan to return to medium heat. Add ginger, onion, garlic and peppers and let that cook for 5 to 8 minutes, stirring often.

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Throw meat with any additional sauce back into the pan, reduce heat to low and add your tomato. (I like adding the tomato at the because they stay firm instead of shriveling up into empty skins)

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Serve over rice. Bam.

 

Stir-fry Beef with Onions, Sweet Peppers & Tomato

1 pound of steak (flank or round), thinly sliced strips
3 cups of bell/sweet peppers of your choice
1 tomato, cut into large chunks
1/2 large onion, chopped
1.5 TBSP. minced ginger
1.5 TBSP. minced garlic
2-3 TBSP. of oil, your choice (canola or peanut are my fav)

Marinade:
3 TBSP. oyster sauce
2 TBSP. rice vinegar
2 TBSP. water
1-2 TBSP. cornstarch (whatever thickness you prefer)
2 TSP. hot chili oil
1 TSP. sesame oil

-combine all marinade ingredients into a bowl, mix well.
-Add sliced beef and refrigerate, 15 min. to an hour.
– Heat 1 TBSP. of oil on high heat.
-Add meat and sear strips for 1 min. Turn them once and sear the other side for another min.
-remove from pan and allow pan to cool to med. heat.
-add another TBSP. of oil and cook peppers, onion, ginger and garlic for 5-8 minutes, uncovered, stirring often.
-Add meat back to pan with any remaining sauce and reduce heat to low.
-Add tomato and cook for another 5-8 min.
-Serve over rice.

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