not interested in any chilly, but am happy to ignore that part of the recipe if it's in it for prosterity
Onions (half per person), garlic (craploads), fresh chopped ginger, salt, pepper (lots), capsicums (half per person), soy sauce (oodles of, japanese 4tw).
Chuck in some meat chopped into stir fry sizes.
Serve with fresh coriander if u can be arsed and don't hate it. Little bit of greenery on top at serving time makes shit look posh.
For a side dish, chop some fresh chilli's and put them in a small flat dish and add soy sauce, that way people can add chilli to taste if they so desire. An alternative to soy sauce is Thai fish sauce.
serve on rice, noodles or potatoes.
P.S. if using shrimp ... cook veggies and add shrimp at the very last leave to cook just till pink
Eat / enjoy
3 tbsp. sesame oil
1 cup Bbq sauce
1 red pepper capsicum, sliced thinly or spring onions (or anything really)
Marinate beef in Bbq sauce for 4 hours or overnight in the fridge. Heat oil in a hot wok or frying pan. Add beef and cook on a hot temperature for 4 minutes then reduce heat Add peppers, cover and simmer for 5 minutes. Serve immediately.
Hint: Don’t cook meat as it comes straight from the refrigerator. It is best restored to room temperature first to maximise tenderness.
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