Total Time
30mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

This is derived from a Rachel Ray recipe, and has that classic pepper steak taste. Be sure to use a good cut of meat, and don't leave out the sherry...it definitely makes the recipe. I don't usually cook with wine, so I was a skeptic, but it really does add just the right flavor to the recipe.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Slice the meat while still partially frozen to make it things much easier.
  2. Preheat a large skillet over high heat.
  3. Add oil to really hot pan.
  4. Add meat and sear on all sides, 5 minutes.
  5. Season lightly with salt and remove to a plate.
  6. Cover meat loosely with foil to hold heat.
  7. Reduce heat on pan to medium.
  8. Add butter to pan.
  9. Add peppers, garlic, onion and mushrooms to pan.
  10. Saute vegetables 5 minutes.
  11. Sprinkle flour over vegetables and cook 1 minute longer.
  12. Whisk in sherry and start to pick up pan drippings.
  13. Whisk in consomme and continue whisking.
  14. Add tomato paste, ginger, soy sauce and black pepper.
  15. Slide meat back into the pan and coat with sauce.
  16. Reduce heat to low and simmer 5 minutes.
  17. Serve over hot, cooked rice.

Reviews

(2)
Most Helpful

To me this is the best pepper steak recipie out there. I have tried others and they just aren't as good. I am not a fan of Rachel Ray but I would highly recommend this recipie to anyone who likes pepper steak

brandidt September 30, 2009

Excellent, quick and easy. A few things I did differently: I sprinkled meat tenderizer on the steak and let sit for about 30 minutes so that the steak would definitely be tender because this type of meat can be tough sometimes. I also used a can of chicken stock because I did not have beef consomme. I would imagine it would have been perfect with the beef consomme. I also omitted the ginger as I am not a big fan. And last, I rubbed crushed peppercorns on the meat before searing. Out of this world My family loved it so much, there was nothing left for seconds.

Chef Towanda March 14, 2007

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