Mandarin Beef

This is an easy beef and bell pepper dish that tastes like Chinese Restaurant faire. I got this out of a cookbook that was so worn from use, that it fell apart. I serve this with steamed rice and homemade wonton soup. I never have any leftovers.

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  • Thinly slice beef. Toss beef, 1 tablespoon vegetable oil, the cornstarch, salt, 1 teaspoon soy sauce, the sugar and white pepper in bowl. Cover and refrigerate 30 minutes. Cut green onions into 2-inch pieces. Cut green pepper into 1/8-inch strips.
  • Heat wok or skillet over high heat. Add 2 tablespoons vegetable oil. Add beef, ginger root and garlic; stir-fry until beef is brown, about 3 minutes. Add green pepper, carrot and chili paste; stir-fry 1 minute. Stir in green onions and 1 tablespoon soy sauce; cook and stir 30 seconds.
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"This is an easy beef and bell pepper dish that tastes like Chinese Restaurant faire. I got this out of a cookbook that was so worn from use, that it fell apart. I serve this with steamed rice and homemade wonton soup. I never have any leftovers."
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  1. Susie D
    This was easy & made a very tasty meal. I thinly sliced the carrots instead of grating, added broccoli, and used a chili sauce instead of chili paste. To my portion I also added sambal at the table. The result was a spicy, but not overly hot dish. The beef is well seasoned during the marinating time & the dish is colorful. I see using this recipe over & over & utilizing whatever is on hand. Made for Spring '09 Pick A Chef.
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  2. Susie D
    This was easy & made a very tasty meal. I thinly sliced the carrots instead of grating, added broccoli, and used a chili sauce instead of chili paste. To my portion I also added sambal at the table. The result was a spicy, but not overly hot dish. The beef is well seasoned during the marinating time & the dish is colorful. I see using this recipe over & over & utilizing whatever is on hand. Made for Spring '09 Pick A Chef.
    Reply
  3. Dorichan
    This is an easy beef and bell pepper dish that tastes like Chinese Restaurant faire. I got this out of a cookbook that was so worn from use, that it fell apart. I serve this with steamed rice and homemade wonton soup. I never have any leftovers.
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