Monday, May 10, 2010

Spicy Beef Fillet With Capsicums 香辣牛柳炒三椒


I have to admit I haven't been too creative lately in my tiny kitchen, so it was a huge sense of achievement when I finally came up with a delicious dish that I can claim to be my own. Using some left over beef fillets we had, a packet of 3 different colour capsicums I came up with a dish that got the thumbs up by everyone. I also used the same dish as a topping for a bed of crispy noodles, it works really well and I am proud to share this with you!
P.S This id work well with chicken or pork.

serves 4 as part of a Chinese meal
you'll need;
300 g of beef fillets, sliced and marinated with dash of soy, sesame oil, cooking wine and corn starch
3/4 of a green capsicum, sliced
3/4 of a red capsicum, sliced
3/4 of a yellow capsicum, sliced
1/2 an onion, sliced
3 garlic cloves, chopped
1 red chili, chopped
5 cm knob of ginger, chopped
2 tbs of chili bean paste
2 tbs of oyster sauce
2 tbs of sweet soy
1 tbs of light soy
1 tbs of sugar
dash of cooking wine
white pepper and salt to taste
coriander leaves as garnish

Prepare the ingredients.

Stir-fry vegetables in batches with a little oil on high heat for a minute, set aside.

Sear the marinated beef on high heat for 30 seconds, set aside.

Saute chopped ingredients then add in the seasonings for a minute or two.

Return vegetables and beef to the wok.

Stir-fry for another minute, thicken the sauce with some corn flour solution and check for seasonings.

Serve immediately with plenty of steamed rice.

Or it is equally delicious on a bed of crispy egg noodles. 

39 comments:

  1. Another yummy dish to try! I think I would like that with some steamed rice.

    Best wishes for a fabulous week,
    Natasha.

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  2. Very colorful and appetizing!ThANKS for the tip on the previous post(Smoked Salmon and Pasta Bake). Lovely!

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  3. I love all those colorful peppers. Great looking meal.

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  4. that dish is oozing with flavour literally n otherwise. u make the most delicious dishes on screen.:))

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  5. Well, soy is my blood, but can't imagine my life without oyster sauce. Delish!!

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  6. I love spicy dishes :)
    That is a gorgeous meal!!
    I think you are very creative!
    Have a lovely week ahead!
    Betty xx

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  7. Harriet from CarltonMay 10, 2010 at 9:28 PM

    This is such a beautiful looking dish not to mention how flavoursome it must be!

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  8. woah...anda sangat creative tummy:)give me five hehe..makcik bagi nama "Tummy spicy beef fillet with capsicums" boleh?:)

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  9. Natasha,
    Thank you very much! You have a wonderful week too!

    Cool Lassi(e),
    Thank you very much! I am glad you found it useful :)

    Bo ,
    Thank you very much, the first time I used all 3 colour capsicum in one dish!

    zurin ,
    Thank you very much for your compliments, I have so much to learn from you ;)

    the lacquer spoon ,
    Thank you! The same with me!

    Betty ,
    Thank you! I hope you will try this soon!

    Harriet,
    Thank you very much! :)

    makcikmanggis,
    Terima kasih makcik! boleh boleh :)

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  10. Another great dish from you, I love the idea of serving it with crispy noodle!

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  11. It looks so colourful and I love the seasonings going into the dish! Very creative indeed!

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  12. hi tummy.. tadi dah potong daging pikir nak masak utk esok! tp xde capsicum pulak! next time la nampak gaya... looks yummy la tummy! lapa perut i!

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  13. The beef stir-fry looks so darn GOOD!

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  14. This really sounds and looks delicious! I love the colors of it and really love the beef!

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  15. Yummmmm !! I like this with lots of rice

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  16. It looks great, I love all the colors. It would work well with chicken or pork. Of course with beef it's perfect!

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  17. Truly delicious and makes me hungry..

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  18. slam tummy..bestnya masakan you kali ni..tiap2 kali singgah memang tak sia2lah..dapat tenguk masakan you yg sedap n creative..beruntung husband n your kids to have mum like you who love cooking..

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  19. I've been wanting to make something with bell peppers since a while but bell peppers here are so darn expensive these days :-(
    Love ur recipe!

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  20. I love beef and this sounds so flavorful.

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  21. So delicious! I love that you use all different bell peppers!

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  22. Spicy beef...count me in :-)

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  23. Yummie, this beef dish not only look pretty and colorful looks very tasty...

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  24. looks to tasty to be eaten alone! invite me lah :P

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  25. Hy dear,

    I'm not a fav of beef dishes...but yours looks sooooooooooo tempting...wishing to give it a try.

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  26. Very creative! Love this beautiful dish!

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  27. Hey buddy what a dish! It looks so vibrant and delicious! I really love the idea of serving it with crispy noodles too.

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  28. i occasionally make this at home and yummmyy its even good on rice too! well done~

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  29. I like the colors of the bell peppers you used. Rainbow beef :)

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  30. Delicious ~ love it with both steamed rice or noodles!

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  31. Wow, that looks so delicious and I love how colourful it is. Great work :)

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  32. yummeroo~~

    I gave you an award on my blog! Come claim it!

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  33. You are creative in your own rights!

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  34. Mmmm....my favourite. Great with rice or noodles. Love it :D

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  35. darren,
    Thank you very much!

    rosa,
    Thank you very much!

    hana ,
    Terima kasih! Saya harap kak akan cuba nanti!

    Angie,
    Haha thank you very much!

    Pam ,
    Thank you very much!

    Pearlyn,
    Thank you! you do need a lot of rice with that!

    Lyndsey ,
    Thank you very much! Beef works the best :)

    Priya ,
    Thank you very much!

    mohdandmeriam,
    oh makcik tummy ni bukan ibu atau wanita, saya ni bujang haha.
    Cubalah satu hari nanti!

    prerna,
    Haha you will have to wait til it is in season, it is getting rather expensive here too!

    Anncoo ,
    Thank you very much!

    5 Star Foodie,
    Thank you! My first time using all 3 different colour peppers.

    Gulmohar,
    No problems at all!

    Juliana ,
    oh thank you very much!

    CUMI & CIKI ,
    Haha you are welcome anytime!

    Jay ,
    Thank you! Do try it with chicken or pork!

    Yasmin,
    Thank you very much!

    fitzboy ,
    Thanks buddy! It worked really well with the crispy noodles!

    Ann ,
    It is very good with rice indeed!

    tigerfish,
    Thank you! I love the name!

    Cheah,
    Thank you very much!

    shaz ,
    Oh thank you very much!

    mr. pineapple man ,
    Thank you! Will do that!

    penny aka jeroxie,
    Thank you very much! :)

    MaryMoh ,
    Thank you very much! :)

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  36. I really love quick stir-fry like this!!

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  37. Hi Tummies! I made this dish last night and it was truly delicious. The perfect balance of sweetness and spicyness & just perfect for a cold Melbourne night! I cut back on the capsicums a bit and added some carrot as I just love it. Served on udon noodles and I ended up adding some fresh baby spinach to my bowl just for some greenery - weird but it worked. Thanks so much for posting your yummy recipe, it's gone straight to my 'keeper' file & I can't wait to try more dishes from your blog. Cheers, Beck.

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  38. Thanks Beck I am glad you tried and liked the recipe. The best way is of course adjust to suit ur taste.
    Thanks for being my 600th follower too :)

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  39. We had beef in the freezer and capsicum in the fridge, so we tried to make this dish yesterday. Yummy, delish, bursting with flavors. Thank you for sharing your recipes.

    We've also tried your wonton recipe. Delish too!!!

    I visit your website daily now for ideas on using up stuff in my kitchen.

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