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Beef with Snow Peas. Let's just make the beef with snow peas and forget this ever happened…okay? My favorite meat for stir fry is flank steak, because it remains so, so tender when you slice it very thin. And the flavor is totally phenomenal.
Stir-fried beef with snow peas in a light gingery sauce. Reviews for: Photos of Asian Beef with Snow Peas. Beef with snow peas is a simple, fast, and delicious recipe. You can have Beef with Snow Peas using 13 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Beef with Snow Peas
- Prepare of lbs. flap meat.
- It's of Snow peas.
- You need of soy sauce.
- Prepare of sesame or vegetable oil.
- Prepare of baby boc choy sliced.
- Prepare of garlic minced.
- It's of ginger minced.
- It's of large mushrooms sliced.
- Prepare of carrots peeled cut into strips.
- You need of corn starch.
- Prepare of chili or sirracha sauce.
- Prepare of water.
- It's of brown sugar.
The dish is a Chinese recipe in origin, but has made it's way into cookbooks around the world. Allow the skillet to get very hot again. Snow peas and mushrooms are stir-fried together with beef and homemade Asian sauce. This recipe is gluten-free (if you use gluten-free Tamari sauce).
Beef with Snow Peas step by step
- Mince the ginger.
- Slice the beef against the grain in 1/2 strips and set aside in a bowl with soy sauce and 1/2 the ginger while preparing the vegetables.
- Sauté the mushrooms, garlic, and remaining ginger in about 1 tablespoon of oil until limp then set aside..
- In a very hot wok with 1 tablespoon oil brown 1/2 the beef, set aside and the brown the remaining with another tablespoon oil..
- Mix the corn starch and cold water, stir and add to pan with beef, mushrooms..
- In the hot wok add remaining oil then sear the snow peas, boc choy and carrots for 3 minutes. Then add to pan with remaining ingredients..
- Simmer for 5 minutes to blend.
- Serve over white rice.
Mushrooms and snow peas make a great combination with Asian beef. Beef with Snow Peas is one of those dinners I plan for and look forward to all week! The tender sirloin or flank steak, sliced super thin and then marinated with garlic and soy sauce is then paired with vibrant, crisp snow pea pods for a filling, yet light meal that just melts in your mouth. Add the snow peas and beef broth. You can replace snow pea with broccoli for this recipe.
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