Pepper Steak Carrie Sheridan

"this is the best company dish - everyone asks for it - i make a double recipe and freeze half for a night that i won't want to cook"
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  • Marinate sliced round steak in soy sauce marinade for 1 hour.
  • Clean 4 peppers and 2 onions and slice lengthwise.
  • Fry peppers, onions and 1/2 tsp salt in 2 TBS safflower oil in a large skillet until tender.
  • Remove vegetables.
  • Add 4 TBS safflower oil and 1 TBS water to skillet and fry meat quickly.
  • Add vegetables and stir with spatula or wooden spoon, getting the good brown stuff off bottom of skillet.
  • Serve over cooked rice, on a roll or in a sub sandwich.
  • You can double the marinade ingredients if you want more sauce/goop -.
  • The wine helps the marinade absorb so well into the meat, yet you can't taste it at all.

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  1. JillAZ
    This was very good. 4 stars because not everyone in my family was crazy about it but I thought it was very tasty. I froze the meat in the marinade and then thawed and cooked as directed. Worked very well as a oamc recipe. Thanks for sharing!
  2. Bayhill
    This was very good!! It was easy to make and went together very quickly. When frying the peppers and onions, I added 2 cloves minced garlic, and 1-lb. fresh, cut-up broccali. I also doubled the marinade/sauce ingredients and marinaded the meat for 3 hours. I served this over plain, white rice. My family loved the flavor and gave it two big thumbs up. Thank you for sharing this is definitely a keeper!!


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