Stir-fried Beef with Bamboo Shoots

  • Preparation time: 30 minutes
  • Cook time: 20 minutes

When you have enough of fried, stewed, stir-fried dishes, you can change your family meal by Stir-fried beef with bamboo sprout.

Stir-fried Beef with Bamboo Shoots Photo: @ntvvirus

Detailed Instructions

Ingredients

  • 0.5 pound beef
  • 1 pound fresh bamboo shoot
  • 1 bunch of green onion, finely chopped
  • Dry garlic and ginger
  • Coriander
  • Seasoning powder
  • Cooking oil

Preparation

  1. Peel garlic, ginger, wash then mince
  2. Rinse beef with cold water and cut into thin slices. Mix with seasoning powder, minced garlic and ginger.
  3. Wash fresh bamboo shoots and tear or chop into threads.
  4. Wash coriander and let it drain off
  5. Pour some cooking oil in a pan and heat over medium fire. Stir-fry beef over high heat nimbly. Ladle stir-fried beef out into a plate and stir-fry the prepared bamboo shoots. Put stir-fried beef in and stir thoroughly.
  6. Add spring onion and turn off the stove. Take stir-fried beef with bamboo shoots out into a plate and spread coriander on the surface to decorate. Add salt and pepper to taste.

This dish is best served luke warm over steamed rice.

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