Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 8 mins

The trick to this is cutting the meat nice and thin while it is still a bit frozen. I like it hotter, I put an average amount of red peppers down in the recipe. If you like it mild, take them out.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut partially frozen beef into thin slices, then julienne into a fine shred (cutting beef while part frozen keeps meat thinner); set aside.
  2. Mix bean paste, soy sauce, rice wine, sugar, and ginger; pour over beef in shallow dish or plastic bag, coating meat well.
  3. Marinate meat 2 hours.
  4. Cut celery, carrot, and green pepper into thin shreds; cut onion into thin slivers, and set aside.
  5. Heat 1 tbsp oil in wok and add dried chilies and minced garlic; cook until aromatic, then add vegetables.
  6. Stir-fry vegetables 2 minutes then remove from wok.
  7. Add 1-2 tbsp oil to wok, heat to high then add meat; stir-fry until meat is dark and slightly crispy at edges; keep meat pieces separated.
  8. Return vegetables to wok; mix well; stir in sesame oil.
  9. Serve with steamed rice.
Most Helpful

we had this last night for dinner. we loved it! i cut the veggies and marinated the meat in the morning, so it went very fast! in fact, my minute rice in the microwave took the longest! my meat marinated for about 6 hours. i loved the flavor!! i did add some serrano peppers and more ginger to the veggies. will make many more times!! this is a keeper! thanks, sue!

KPD December 01, 2007

I have made this stir fry several times and it's outstanding! It is definitely one of my all time favorite meals to make. May family raves over it! Thanks Sue L.

ssamadani July 02, 2007

I loved this stir fry. Cutting the beef while frozen is a brilliant trick. It gives the meat a really nice texture and I think I may do this for all my beef stir fries from now on. The marinade is full of flavour and the whole meal comes together very quickly, once you've chopped the veggies. It would be good for a dinner party because you could do most of the work ahead of time. The servings are generous. We cut the meat in half and also cut back on the veggies, as there are just two of us, and there was still enough for seconds.

Sackville April 04, 2004