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Excellent recipe. Defininately stir-fry meat only until browned and then remove. Next do the veg, and then add the meat near the end again. Omitting this will result in overly cooked , tough, beef.

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Kevin C. June 18, 2014

Hubby and Little Miss (DD) really enjoyed this dish. I didn't eat any because I don't eat red meat, however I can comment how quick it's to cook this recipe. I used a meat hammer to make the beef slices even thinner. I also reduced the chilli so Little Miss could also eat it. I also added green capsicums to add more colour to the dish. Thanks so much for your wonderful recipe Terese

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Chef floWer June 07, 2010

Good tasting recipe! I have added a bit of water to the sauce because it tends to get sticky and I've also lessened the chili as I'm not very fond of spicy food. But I love this version of beef with oyster sauce. The second time I cooked it, I added mushroom, next tme I'll try it with brocolli.

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Cookaye March 16, 2008

Wonderful taste and easy to make! I didn't use peanut oil just some vegetable oil. I cooked it first with beef then a second time with chicken and it tasted delicious. Thanks for the great recipe!

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Bear_Girl September 08, 2006

Delicious! Easy to make and so good! You don't have to use a wok, a skillet will do in a pinch. Oddly enough, for me, I didn't change a thing, did it just the way Terese said to do it, and it was great. Give it a try.

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Clifford Boren July 24, 2004
Beef With Oyster Sauce