Beef with Green Peppers

First day back. Let the battle against jetlag begin. It’s 1:30, so I’m ok so far, but the trouble zone is from like 2-6pm. To keep myself busy, I’m doing laundry and uploading photos from Singapore and Hong Kong.

Alright, on to the recipe. The discovery of black bean garlic sauce was wonderful.

Seriously, Asian sauces make cooking so much easier. That and marinating. Alright I don’t have much else to say about this recipe. It’s good and really simple.

1 large green pepper, cut into pieces
1/2 lb flank steak, sliced thinly
Lee Kum Kee Black Bean Garlic Sauce
vegetable oil
soy sauce
garlic powder and/or onion powder

Preparation Marinate beef with vegetable oil, soy sauce, garlic powder (and/or onion powder), salt and cornstarch.

Pour oil into a frying pan. When oil heats up, add pepper. Sprinkle with salt and a few spoonfuls of water and cook until tender.

Add a spoonful of black bean garlic sauce. Stir to coat all the pieces with sauce. Remove from pan and set aside.

Pour more oil into the frying pan and when the oil is hot, add beef in a single layer and cook on one side until the side facing upward begins to change color. Flip and cook the other side then add a spoonful of black bean garlic sauce. Add peppers back in and toss together.


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