Friday, October 2, 2009

Beef and Oyster Sauce

Here's another easy peasy recipe for you all, I have been looking for quick recipes the last few days as 1/2 of nap time has been mowing the yard!

  • one pack of thinly sliced beef tips
  • 1/2 onion
  • 5 spring onions
  • ginger/garlic paste
  • 1/2 yellow pepper or any color
  • 4 spoon oyster sauce
  • a pinch of sugar
  • to taste soy sauce
  1. marinate the beef in the oyster sauce for 30 min
  2. heat the oil and saute the onion and pepper in ginger/garlic paste with a little sugar
  3. add the beef and stir fry for 5-10 minutes, add about 3 tablespoon of oyster sauce and soy sauce to taste be careful it doesn't get too salty
  4. then add sliced spring onion for 3 minutes.
Good to eat with Jasmine rice, and steamed vegetables.

We have a rice cooker, with a steamer on top, love it, couldn't live without this in the kitchen,

What's your favorite item in your kitchen?


  1. This looks like it has wonderful flavor!

    I couldn't live without my salad spinner! I use it in all kinds of ways like washing veggies.

  2. Rebecca, you have put two most nutritious ingredients in one dish! Love it!
    Angie's Recipes

  3. I like oyster sauce. I think it brings a unique flavor to any dish.

  4. Gorgeous! Love oyter sauce! My favourite item s my Lecreuset casserole dish :)

  5. This looks great, Rebecca. I've never used oyster sauce,must give it a try.

  6. the ungourmet: oh i need to try a salad spinner, i just shake it over the sink he he
    Angie: thanks, Jasmines favourite veggie is Broccoli so I eat it alot!!
    Jenn: its a lovely sauce i agree
    Ruth: oh I want one of those!
    Judy: oh oh can get in any grocery store lol

  7. So nice! This is so familiar to our Chinese cooking...we also add shredded ginger into it.

  8. Yummy! Beef with broccoli and oyster sauce is one of my favorite dishes. You're right - it's GREAT to eat with Jasmine rice.

  9. Your recipe looks easy and delicious .. and nutritious, of course!

  10. Anncoo: thanks so much oh I am so putting shredded Ginger in it next time
    palidor: thanks
    Liz: thanks so much for stopping by i adore your site

  11. I bet this is tender and delicious! The favorite item in my kitchen is my cast iron skillet!

  12. Hi, Rebecca,
    Try it with a drizzle of sesame oil. I love fast, tasty and delicious food too. -Tien

  13. Reeni:oh yeah can't beat good pans
    Tien: thanks for the tip will do that next time

  14. What a wonderful dish! I'm sure your hubby would love this.

  15. Hey Rebecca, the beef tips look really good. We have really been talking about buying a rice cooker lately.

  16. my little space: oh he loves beef naughty hindu!
    Rdugonnaeatthat: thanks oh you need to get one, they rock



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