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Spicy Beef With Snow Peas & Peppers

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Delicious two-step stir-fry!

Created in this Craftsy Course

The Art of Stir-Frying taught by Grace Young

Learn how to wield a wok for delicious, restaurant-quality meals in minutes!

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Category Food & Cooking
Type Chinese
Ingredient Vegetables, Beef/Veal
Method Stir-fry
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Share a little about the ingredients and techniques used to create this dish/item. This is a classic two-part stir-fry where the beef is first stir-fried until 3/4 done and removed from the wok. Then, the vegetables are stir-fried til 3/4 done before the beef is returned to the wok with the sauce. This technique prevents the beef from overcooking.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Make sure you follow my instructions for cutting the beef. If the beef is not cut across the grain it will be tough and chewy.

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Great class!!!! Corrected some misunderstanding of chinese cooking and gave me hope to have a good chinese dish unlike greassy dishes found locally....Will definetly look into one of your cook books.

05/08/2014 Flag

Glad you enjoyed the class!

05/09/2014 Flag

Home cooked Chinese food is far superior to Chinese restaurant food! Glad you enjoyed the class!

05/18/2014 Flag

Made this for supper tonight. Wow. I've been making Chinese food for a long time and it's never been bad, but it certainly has never been this good!

06/08/2014 Flag

I'm so glad you had great success! Keep rockin' your wok!

06/29/2014 Flag

So glad to hear you had great success!

08/10/2014 Flag