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Shaking Beef

Shaking Beef is one of my personal favorite dishes. It is sweet and savory and the sauce it creates paired with rice is absolutely delicious! It is also commonly cooked with onions, and red bell peppers, and garnished with tomatoes and cilantro! Unfortunately, I couldn't find fresh ones at the market when making this.



 


 
Recipe

Step 1

  • Start by cutting all of your vegetables (onions and red bell peppers) into 1-inch cubes.

  • Put them in a bowl and set them aside.

Step 2

  • Cut off the fascia/tendons and fat off your ribeye steaks (You can identify the tendons by their glossy silver appearance).

  • Cut your ribeye steaks into 1-inch cubes.

Step 3

  • Take about 5-8 cloves of garlic and mince them.

  • In a bowl, add your soy sauce, garlic, and other ingredients listed above for your marinade.

  • Add your ribeye in the bowl and give it a good mix before putting it in the fridge for at least 30 mins.

Step 4

  • In a wok or pan, turn the heat up to medium heat.

  • Add a 1/2 tbsp of oil and once your pan is hot, add your onions and red bell peppers.

  • Sautee the vegetables until they released their aroma before adding your ribeye.

  • If you want a lot of sauce, you can add the marinade in (if not, don't add too much).

  • After giving a quick mix, put a lid to cover and let it steam (this will ensure your ribeye will be cooked thoroughly).

  • Depending on how hot your stove is, you can repeat this process (mixing and putting the lid on) for every 30-40 sec for about 5-8 minutes.


Analysis
  • 351Cal - shaking beef with a bowl of rice

  • Shaking beef is typically paired up with white rice, which I have included in the nutrition labels. There are multiple healthy alternatives such as brown rice and purple grain rice (black rice). Purple/black rice is actually the healthiest rice as it contains high amounts of protein, Vitamin E, calcium, and potassium.



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