Chinese Pepper Steak

Chinese Pepper Steak

8 reviews, 4.2 star(s). 100% would make again

Ready in 45 minutes

I've had this recipe for a long time. I got it from a close friend. Enjoy!


2 pounds Round steak; cut in 1 inch pieces
1 tablespoon Cooking oil
1/4 cup Onion; diced
1 cube Beef buillion
1 tablespoon Soy sauce
1 tablespoon Cornstarch
2 tablespoon Water
1/2 tablespoon Molasses
1 ea Tomato; quartered
1 ea Green pepper; cut up
Salt & pepper; to taste

Original recipe makes 6



Cut steak into 1 inch wide, 2 inch long pieces. Add onion and cook untill onion is soft. Add water and buillion cube and cook until meat is tender.

Combine seasonnings with corn starch and 2 TBL water and blend. Add to meat. Add more water if necessary. Stir gently untilthickened. Cover and cook 2 minutes. Then add tomato and cook for 2 minutes. Serve over rice

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I have to admit I wasn't sure about this dish. But, it was delicious!! I made it ahead of time and then just kept it slow cooking in the bottom oven of my Aga for over an hour, and then just reheated to add the spice mixture and then the tomatoes! Really good! And so easy to make!
LuAnnCross 3y ago

Better then in china I bet the little miss is still wolfing it down!.It does stay hot wile eating!!! Got to love that thanks.
Tubby400 5y ago

A couple of steps were missing, but common sense prevailed. A wonderful recipe!
isdlt 5y ago

This recipe was very tasty, but I was caught off guard while preparing it (my fault for not reading through the recipe first). There are several steps missing from the preparation instructions. Luckily, I am an old pro in the kitchen, so I was able to work it out. However, it would be nice if the person who took the time to post this recipe would come back and revise the instructions. It was very tasty, but has the potential to be extremely frustrating to someone else caught in the same predicament without as much culinary experience. By the way, the prep time would have been much quicker than my 1 hour if I didn't have to allow the peppers to simmer in the sauce to cook, and if I didn't have to stop and make corrections along the way. Thank you!
Belesprit269 6y ago

Loved this, and will make again!
lisamariefontenot 7y ago

I used a frozen tomato leftover from my garden and it added the taste of summer to the meal. I also used dried, ground cayenne peppers which added a bit of a kick. Very good!
kellygiese 9y ago

Good flavour. Didn't have green peppers so used red no difference in flavour. Next time I think I would add more soy sauce. I think it would be a good recipe for company not overly spicy and most in this area don't seem to like spices.
RKG1 10y ago

[I posted this recipe.]
tofbaking 10y ago

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