Black Pepper Beef recipe Chinese
Leave some cooking oil in the wok, swirling to coat the sides. Add in half of the mashed green onion, oyster sauce and tomato ketchup. Stir-fry over high heat for about 30 seconds. Then, add in the fried beef fillet slices and stir-fry for 3 minute. And in some soy sauce and black pepper to be stir-fried for about 30 seconds. Pick out them when the beef fillet slices turn dark brown.
Turn on the heat. Add some cooking oil again. Add in the left mashed green onion, ginger and garlic when the oil is hot. Stir-fry it for about 20 seconds until fragrant. Add in green pepper strips and onion pieces to be stir-fried for 1 minute. Add in some salt and MSG (or chicken essence). Stir-fry for 10 seconds again. Add in the stir-fried beef and stir it together with the others for 3-5 minutes.
Turn off the heat. Remove them from the wok and put them in a fine porcelain plate. Black pepper beef is ready, with an attractive color of brown, white and green.
Our Guests Attending Cooking Class
- Our Guests Dining in a Local Family
On Oct.2, 2012, Mr. Leonard & Ms. Lorraine from Australia made their trip to Xian and joined our cooking class to a native family. They both love Chinese food very much, so they valued this chance to learn as many as they can from the able hostess. The dish Black Pepper Beef was even more successful than they once ate in Chinatown, because they controlled the fire very well. It was the hardest thing for cooking beef to be just perfect.
- Our Guests in an Ordinary Xian Family
On Sep. 29, 2012, Mr. Scott, Ms. Leanne & Ms. Shannan from Australia had a family visit in Xian to know about the ordinary Chinese’s daily life and to learn to cook their favorite Chinese dishes – Kung Pao Chicken & Black Pepper Beef. They said it was unique, a lot of fun and very insightful, and they would try to cook what they learned at home.
- Our Guests in a Chinese Family
On Sep. 18, 2011, Mr. Arlen, Ms. Catherine & Ms. Allison from USA paid a visit to a local family in Xian privately. They also took the chance to learn to make Chinese dumplings and Black Pepper Beef from the attentive hostess. In there feedback to our service, they said:"...We liked having some choices, for example at the lunch in the local condo in Xi'an (this was one of the highlights of our trip)..."