Tender strips of spiced steak cooked with onions and bell peppers. An easy dish that is packed full of flavour. Serve stir fry steak with rice and a side salad.
Recently I was looking through a cookery book my sister left with me about seven years ago and I came across a quick and easy steak stir fry recipe. I honestly can’t believe it has taken me this long to try out a recipe from the book. When I mentioned it to my sister she just could’t believe it. In my defense the book was hidden away at the back of a book shelf. Still though, shame on me.
If you are looking for a delicious stir fry to have for lunch or dinner then, you should definitely make this stir-fry steak. And it is one of those meals you can make ahead of time and reheat when ready to serve.
For this recipe you would need first make your taco seasoning. What I love about making my own seasoning is, it can be tweaked to suit my taste buds. Love heat, add more chilli powder. Also the salt content can be controlled. Plus it takes just 2 to 3 minutes to make. Just measure out all the ingredients for the seasoning, mix and store in an air tight container.
Next grab some steak and slice thinly. You can use whatever cut of steak you prefer, rump, rib eye, sirloin or topside. Marinate the sliced steak in taco seasoning. The steak can be marinated in the seasoning for several hours or overnight, covered and placed in the fridge.
Fry the seasoned beef in a wok or skillet with onions until brown. Cook the beef in batches, if needed. Remove cooked beef from wok and set aside. Using the same wok, heat a little oil and stir fry bell peppers until just tender. Return beef mixture to wok, add sliced tomatoes and coriander. Stir fry until hot.
Serve with rice and a side salad.
35 minutes is all it takes to prepare this flavour packed dish.
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Recipe for taco seasoning adapted from All Recipes