How to fry tender beef
How to fry tender beef - Many people like to eat beef. If the beef is fried very tenderly when cooking, it will be very delicious.Print Pin Rate
- 300 g Beef tenderloin
- 2 g White sugar
- thin soy sauce
- vegetable oil
- Garlic moss
- Prepare beef tenderloin
- Cut into pieces
- Because I am going to fry with Garlic moss, I cut it into silk.
- Probably the thickness
- After cutting, squeeze the water
- White sugar, probably use these
- Put the white sugar together with the ginger powder and grab it with your hands (must grab it by hand, don't stir it with chopsticks)
- Add thin soy sauce
- Stir well with chopsticks. Pay attention to this amount, it is advisable to use all the soy sauce on the meat. Then let it sit for 20 minutes (this step is very important, you have to do it). If you can put it in the refrigerator, it is better.
- After 20 minutes, add potato starch and vegetable oil to stir.
- After finish stirring up, spare
- Now let's talk about the hot pot: wash the pot first, then dry it on the fire and brush a thin layer of oil with a brush.
- Use a big fire to heat up, when you see a little smoke, change small fire
- Put the right amount of base oil
- At the same time, put the processed beef, if you want to put shallot, then join together at this time. I am frying Garlic moss today, so I didn’t put chopped shallot.
- Add meat to the pot, don't rush to stir fry, just shovel the meat, simmer for about half a minute to a minute or so, change to medium fire, start frying, so that the meat will not stick to the pan
- It's fine to stir it until it's color completely changed. If you want better color, you can add a spoonful of soy sauce at this time. At this time, you can add vegetables and stir-fry according to your own needs. When adding vegetables, you can push the meat to one side, the vegetables to the other side, stir fry for a while, stir the meat and vegetables together, and add salt or other spices according to your taste. . I often cook:celery, green sweet peppers, onions... In short, what do you like?
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