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"Great recipe! I didn't have everything the recipe called for so I used yellow, red and green bell peppers just to add color. The recipe was very easy to understand and follow. I let my 2yr old taste the meat prior to adding it to the peppers...she came back 3 more times with her plate asking for more! I can only imagine how great this will taste when I have all the ingredients called for in this recipe. I will definitely make this again. The only reason for 4 stars is because I didn't have everything needed. "- berrioscr
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Marinate steak for 15 minutes or more. Add oil to hot wok. Swirl and stir fry garlic, ginger and scallions for 30 seconds. WSith slotted spoon, reserving the marinade, add half the steak and stir fry for 3 minutes. Remove and set aside. Repeat with remaining steak.
Add oil and stir fry onion and green peppers for 2 minutes. Push vegetables to sides of wok. Add marinade to center of wok and stir until thickened and bubbly. Blend in vegetables, add seak and heat thoroughly.
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thomasinagoss 9 months agoI would make again,I use ground ginger and soy sauce.I also add black pepper and added seasoning to my taste.
FullMetalBlonde 1 year ago
Tracydhawkins 1 year agoI used Tri-tip. Delicious!
Riftek 1 year agoGood fresh marinade. The directions on how this dish is put together was hard to understand. I just tossed everything together and it came out good. Added black pepper for added seasoning.
andrewmiller 1 year ago
TRJeff 1 year agoThe Marinade is the Soy Sauce, Dry Sherry, Sugar, Cornstarch and Water. I cut the onions in longitudinal strips. I marinated the meat for about 8 hours and the flavor was great.
lisakenjacobsen-wadsworth 1 year ago
tashaalvarezgarcia 1 year agoGreat dish, I made it t pop night and it was awesome!!! I most definitely will be making it again in the near future '
Ynari 1 year agoMy very picky husband loved it, and even our two year old ate it. I couldn't find sherry or ginger root so I used a dry white wine and powdered ginger, and I used sirloin steak. I served steamed broccoli as a side. I'm vegetarian so for me I substituted Gardein beef tips and it was really tasty. I will cook the peppers much longer next time, though, as they were still almost raw.
Manda91 1 year agoThe whole family loved this!
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MsBrown 2 years agoIt is a great recipe... Just finished cooking haven't ate yet just taste and again is awesome my son loves it ??
Ayjude73 2 years agoLoved this recipe. My husband said it was better than the Chinese restaurant. My 4 and 5 year olds loved it too. I chopped the peppers and made the meat bite size so it was easiest for the kids!
Chavezll 2 years agoReally want to make this but I have no idea what goes where. Can someone help me out?
Tcamp33 2 years agoThis was delicious! I too messed up the marinade because I ended up using the ginger in it, but I grated more and it was excellent! Leftovers were great too. I put some EVOO in a heated pan, geared the meat through, and tossed with noodles For a great variation!
Linesieg 2 years ago
berrioscr 3 years agoGreat recipe! I didn't have everything the recipe called for so I used yellow, red and green bell peppers just to add color. The recipe was very easy to understand and follow. I let my 2yr old taste the meat prior to adding it to the peppers...she came back 3 more times with her plate asking for more! I can only imagine how great this will taste when I have all the ingredients called for in this recipe. I will definitely make this again. The only reason for 4 stars is because I didn't have everything needed.
Thegraeman 3 years agoGood recipe. Great use of flavours. Not that well written hence the average rating. Had to guess which ingredients made up the marinade.
sgrishka 5 years agoWe made this great dish last night and served it over Basmati rice. I used a reduced-sodium soy sauce, both red and green peppers, and substituted homemade beef stock for the water. The meat was tender, the dish was very tasty, and both quick and easy to prepare.