Stir Fried Beef With Kimchi

Friday, September 05, 2008

Yes, yes, I know.

Not another kimchi related entry!

Well, I did warn you, dear reader, I am suffering from kimchi-nitis . Thank the kitchen gods I'm not raving about K-dramas - then there will really be something to cry about.


I chanced upon this dish during one of our eating jaunts and was smitten, determined to replicate it at home. Again, it is a blindingly simple recipe with only minimum prep time required.

Stir Fried Beef With Kimchi

You Need:

Beef Fillet
Cabbage Kimchi
Red and yellow capsicum, squared
Fresh or dried chilli, sliced
Chinese mushroom, sliced
garlic, finely chopped
cooking oil

You Do:
  1. Thinly slice beef fillet across the grain. Marinate with soy sauce, salt and pepper and a dusting of corn flour. Set aside.

  2. Heat up cooking oil in wok. When sufficiently hot, add in beef, fry for a minute or so, remove and set aside.

  3. Pour in more cooking oil, add garlic and fry to golden brown.

  4. Toss in the capsicum, chilli and chinese mushrooms, stir fry until half cooked. Add in kimchi (including the pickling sauce), cook for a few minutes.

  5. Finally, mix in the beef and give it a good once-over before serving hot with steamed rice.

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The Dutchess of Cookalot whipped this up at 3:06 am

2 calories
now your dish reminded me to use up my kimchi that has been "sleeping" in my fridge.

BTW, do you know how to knit socks?
precious moments - Time to wake that kimchi up!

I do have 2 sock patterns lying about somewhere but I've never tried them out before. Would you like them?
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