Recipe by T. Woolfe
This recipe began as a running gag between Georgie and I. We are both BIG fans of the Anime Cowboy Bebop. We own both the TV series and Movie. The TV series begins with Jack Woking over a atomic blast, and Spike b***hing about the lack of meat in the *Special filled meat with Green Peppers*. I had this awful urge and this is the result. 2big or 3 average servings.
- 1⁄2 lb very thin round steak, sliced top to bottom maybe 1/4 inch
- 1 red bell pepper, sliced top to bottom maybe 1/4 inch
- 1⁄2 green bell pepper, sliced top to bottom maybe 1/4 inch
- 1⁄2 yellow onion, cut top to bottom lay flat and sliced top to bottom inch
- 8 ounces white mushrooms or 8 ounces brown button mushrooms, roughly sliced chopstick sized chunks
- 3 cloves garlic, smashed and chopped roughly
- 1⁄2 inch gingerroot, peeled smashed,then chopped
- 1⁄4 teaspoon low-sodium beef bouillon powder
- 1⁄4 teaspoon sugar
- 2 -3 tablespoons hoisin sauce
- 1 tablespoon dark soy sauce or 1 tablespoon soy miso (NO SALT NOW there's enough in the Soy Cute Rice to go with it, OPTIONAL)
- 1 cup long grain rice
- 1 1⁄2 cups water
- 1 can veg-all vegetables or 1 can small mixed vegetables, drained
Directions See How It's Made
- If you want to marinaid the meat for a bit before Chowing do so with a bit of Oil, the Ginger, and Garlic and Bullion, in a plastic bag.
- Make the rice in your usual fashion, I use a steamer, add the drained veg-all 2/3 through the cook/steaming (OPTIONAL).
- Get that Wok smokin hot with a splash of Corn or Peanut oil as they will take the Woking temperatures better.
- Chow the Ginger, Garlic, and meat until barely cooked.
- Remove with liquid to a plate.
- Splash a bit more oil in the Wok and chow the veggies a couple of minutes.
- You want them still almost crisp.
- Add the Meat and it's liquid, the Soy, Sugar, and Hoisin to the Wok.
- Toss/scoop to mix and cover to steam a moment to the desired doneness.
- There should be enough liquid from the meat and veggies if not a splash of sherry or stock.
- Serve over the Rice, or you might prefer noodles.
- Chowing the meat separately first lets the Peppers retain some individual taste.