Sichuan Beef, Dry-Fried - The Woks of Life
Dry Fried Sichuan Beef (干煸牛肉, gan bian niu rou) is a spicy dish of crispy beef, vegetables, ginger, and spicy bean sauce. If spicy food isn’t your thing, you can substitute the hot bean sauce/paste for regular sweet bean sauce/paste and omit the chili flakes.
Beef and Mushroom Stir-Fry Rice Plate
Beef and Mushroom Stir-Fry is a quick and easy dish that will have you thinking of your mom’s cooking, or your favorite Chinese restaurant’s effortless rice plate lunch.
Grilled Steak and Mixed Peppers
Quickly charred shishito peppers and mixed mini sweet peppers flavored with just salt, pepper, and olive oil are a sweet and smoky topping for grilled strip steaks.
Sha Cha Beef Stir-fry - A Quick & Easy Woks of Life Recipe
This Sha Cha Beef Stir-fry puts sha cha sauce (沙茶酱) front and center. Often labeled on its packaging as “Chinese BBQ Sauce” in English, sha cha sauce is a mixture of shallots, garlic, seafood, and chilies that yields a savory, vaguely seafood-y, umami-laden condiment perfect for stir-fries.
Flank Steak Udon Noodle Stir Fry
Flank steak, udon noodles, and loads of healthy, colorful vegetables go into making this quick and easy weeknight stir fry dinner. Get the easy recipe here.
Beef, Broccoli & Snow Pea Stir Fry
This quick and flavorful stir fry is perfect for a weeknight meal! Thinly sliced beef, broccoli florets, and snow peas are cooked in delicious Asian flavors and aromatics.
Shaking Beef (or Other) Salad Recipe on Food52
Adapted from Charles Phan's The Slanted Door. The original recipe calls for filet mignon, red onion, scallions, watercress, and a soy-based stir-fry sauce. I've used Romaine in place of the watercress and a lot more of it to turn this more into an entrée salad. The warmth of the meat and vegetables will slightly soften the Romaine, but it won't get lost. I've made several variations of this recipe, including one where I cleaned out the fridge: I passed half a pound of Brussels sprouts and a…