Stir-fried Beef with Pineapple
- Preparation time: 20 minutes
- Cook time: 20 minutes
Pineapple is a popular juice of Vietnam summer. It is often eaten raw but sometimes it can be used as an ingredient in dishes such as Stir-fried beef with pineapple. The aroma of pineapple, the sweet of beef and the attractive color will make your family’s lunch much more appetizing.
- 1 pound green pineapple
- 1/2 cup tapioca starch
- 0.7 pound beef
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 2 tbsp cooking oil
- 1 bunch coriander
- 1 scallion
- Fish sauce, salt, ground black pepper, garlic, dry onion
- Rinse beef with cold water, let it drain off. Cut into thin slices
- Peel garlic, scallion and mince them together
- Mix beef with fish sauce, minced dry onion, sugar and tapioca starch
- Peel pineapple, remove its eyes, cut in quarters, remove its core and then cut into 0.5 centimeter slices
- Dissolve tapioca starch and sugar with water in a bowl
- Pour cooking oil into a pan; stir minced garlic and dry onion until aroma emerges. Put beef in, stir-fry over high heat, when it is almost cooked, ladle out into a plate.
- Pour some more cooking oil in, stir-fry pineapple. Pour the mixture of sugar and tapioca starch in, stir regularly, season with salt. Add beef and stir-fry together.
- Ladle out into a plate, spread ground black pepper, coriander on the surface.
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