Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Crisp and colorful peppers, strips of beef tenderloin and a perfectly seasoned sauce make this simple stir-fry speedier and tastier than take-out. "
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Swanson® Beef Stock
boneless beef sirloin steak, 3/4-inch thick, cut into thin strips
fresh or frozen green or red pepper strips
hot cooked regular long-grain white rice
Not bad for a start, and certainly nothing to find fault with on its own, but I had to tinker with this a bit to take it beyond ho-hum. Garlic powder is ok, I guess, but fresh is so much better, so if you've got it, use it. I also added some rice wine and, oh, maybe 1/2 tsp. of toasted sesame oil. NOW we're talking complexity and depth of flavors with the garlic, rice wine (a little dry sherry would work too) and toasted sesame oil. I also added some onion - there are a ton of different things you could throw in here - mushrooms, bok choy, pea pods, carrots, broccoli, celery, bean sprouts...whatever you've got in the fridge, really. Slice your meat when it's partially frozen - so much easier to get those nice, thin slices and you're not struggling with mushy meat that won't cooperate! I always keep No Name sirloin steaks on hand for dishes like this and it's times like tonight when I'm leaving the country in the morning, that quick and easy, but delicious and satisfying meals like this are welcome, and recipes like this a godsend. One last thing - once the meat is cooked, remove it from the pan and cook the vegetables separately. Trying to cook the vegetables along with already cooked meat will only OVERcook the heck out of that meat! Then, when the vegetables are cooked till crisp-tender, return the meat to the pan and add your beef broth/cornstarch mixture.
This came together very quickly and very easily. The taste was very good! We enjoyed this alot! Thanks for a great recipe!
i used chicken broth to keep fat lower and upped soy sauce. It would have turn out better if I had not over cooked the meat. Used a cole slaw packet to incorporate cabbage and carrots along with the peppers and broccoli. I also added a TBS of ginger.
Could not have been easier. Used frozen, diced green peppers & fresh celery (cooked together first), fresh mushrooms (cooked second after removing pepps & celery from pan), then mixed all 3 together. Next, added broth mixture; after thickened, added leftover thinly sliced sirloin to just warm it. Topped with ground ginger. Yum!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Swanson(R) Steakhouse Beef and Pepper Stir-Fry
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 162
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