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Don’t look any further, I am hooking you up with another one skillet WINNER! My One Skillet Pepper Steak is BOMB! It taste delicious, budget friendly, kid-approved, and only involves one skillet. Yes LAWD, you’ll officially be winning with this recipe!
How do you make Pepper Steak from scratch?
Hold on to your seats because this is a pretty fast lesson. Making Pepper Steak from scratch is so darn easy, it might just leave you thinking that you did something wrong, lol. You will forever think twice about ordering it from a restaurant moving forward.
- In a large skillet, you’re going to cook your steak strips. I prefer using sesame oil, but you can use vegetable or peanut oil as well. (Peanut would be my next go-to fyi). When it’s done, just place it to the side.
- In the same skillet, add your sliced peppers and start to cook those. I only use peppers, but you can totally use onions too. If you feel like it’s cooking too fast, just turn down the heat a little.
- While your peppers are cooking, start to mix the ingredients from your sauce. You are going to mix soy sauce, corn starch, rice wine vinegar, and brown sugar. Make sure it is mixed well.
- Add your garlic, ginger, and steak to the skillet with the peppers and give it a good mix.
- Stir in your sauce and let it cook another 2-3 minutes, or until sauce thickens up. Stir constantly to prevent sauce sticking to your skillet.
1lb Sliced Steak (Sirloin or Flank)
1 Green Pepper Sliced
1 Red Pepper Sliced
1/2c Soy Sauce
1tbs Brown Sugar
2tbs Corn Starch
1tbs Garlic Minced
1tsp Ginger Minced
2tbs Sesame Oil
2tbs Rice Wine Vinegar
In a large skillet heat sesame oil.
Add steak strips to the skillet, add pepper and salt and cook until brown.
Take out meat and sit to the side.
Add sliced peppers to the skillet.
While peppers are beginning to cook, in a separate bowl mix together soy sauce, corn starch, rice wine vinegar, and brown sugar.
Add garlic and ginger to the peppers and give a good mix until peppers begin to become tender.
Add meat back to the skillet.
Pour in soy sauce mixture and toss steak strips and peppers in it for about 2-3 minutes, or until sauce thickens up.