Asian Fire Beef

Asian Fire Beef created by honeycrisp

For a great tasting beef dish from Asia, fire meat is delicious and easy to prepare. It originates from China, offering a refreshing change from standard fare recipes. Time listed does not include marinating time.

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  • In a large bowl, mix together the soy sauce, sesame oil, brown sugar, garlic, and red onion.
  • Stir in the black pepper, red pepper flakes, sesame seeds, leeks and carrot.
  • Mix in the meat by hand to ensure even coating.
  • Cover, and let marinate for at least 2 hours or overnight.
  • Brush the bottom half of a wok with cooking oil, and heat over med-high heat.
  • Put in all of the meat and marinade at once, and cook stirring constantly. The meat will be cooked after just a few minutes.
  • Remove from heat, and serve with rice or noodles.
  • For Korean style fire meat, roll the meat mixture up in a leaf of red lettuce.
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  1. Jazz Lover
    This was good but not very spicy. I will add hot sauce next time I make it.
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  2. Atherine
    Amazing! My husband and I absolutely loved this recipe!!! Only thing we did differently was add some dried chili peppers and a little extra red pepper to the marinade. It gave it the perfect amount of heat without being too spicy to overpower the flavor. Delicious!
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  3. honeycrisp
    Asian Fire Beef Created by honeycrisp
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  4. honeycrisp
    Very quick and easy :) <br/><br/>I left the marinade time out because I didn't have any time but I still thought it tasted great. I didn't cut the meat paper thin though b/c personally I don't like the texture. I did add one Thai pepper and that was enough heat. I just threw everything into the pot after mixing the mixture together. Oh and I added sliced asparagus :)
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  5. Paris D
    Knowing that a number of people reported that this was not hot enough, I added 2 minced jalapeno peppers. That did the trick. I think "paper-thin" beef is too thin. There was very little texture. If I make this again, I'll slice the beef, but not "paper-thin". My husband liked this more than I did. I still thought it was a bit bland.
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