Pepper Steak

01 May 2008 7 comments

Pepper Steak over Egg Noodles

There are days where I don't know what to cook for dinner. Have you ever had one of those days? You have a lot of choices that you don't know for the life of you what to make. Those are the times when I get 'bold' and try new things. This recipe was on the bag of the egg noodles and it turned out very tasty. It is so easy to make and does not take a lot of preparation time.


I used beef tri-tips for this recipe and sliced it thinly so the cooking time is shortened. I also reduced the amount of water, beef bouillon and cornstarch since I only need to cook for 2 adults and 2 kids. Any kind of pasta will work for this dish, use whatever you have.
PEPPER STEAK OVER NOODLES
1 lb. boneless beef round or shoulder steak, sliced thinly
1 tbsp cooking oil
1/2 tsp salt
1 medium sized onion, sliced
1 clove garlic, minced
2 beef bouillon cubes
2 cups boiling water
2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 green or red Bell pepper, cut into strips
2 tbsp cornstarch
1/4 cup water
3 fresh tomatoes, sliced
4 1/2 cups wide egg noodles, (6 oz) uncooked
-Cook egg noodles according to package directions; drain well. Set aside.
-Brown meat in oil in large skillet; season with salt.
-Add onion and garlic; cook until onion is tender.
-Add meat and cook 1 minute.
-Dissolve bouillon cube in 2 cups boiling water; add with Worcestershire sauce to the meat. Cook until meat is tender.
-Add Bell peppers and simmer 5 minutes longer.
-Combine cornstarch and 1/4 cup water; gradually stir into meat mixture.
-Cook, stirring constantly, until sauce thickens and begins to boil.
-Add tomatoes; heat through.
-Serve pepper steak over noodles.
4-6 servings.


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7 comments: to “ Pepper Steak so far...

  • Lou May 02, 2008
     

    My favorite of all times :-)

  • Babette May 03, 2008
     

    Thanks for dropping by Lou. :)

  • Mira May 03, 2008
     

    I have tried cooking pepper pork tenderloin but not over noodles. Maybe I should try this for a change.

  • indayfe May 03, 2008
     

    Me too.. I have to try it since I am like you. Get's bored when can't come up with something for a change.. looks scrumptious Barb.. I have to try this.. looks not hard to make plus I think I have most of the engredients already!..

    Beef is what's for dinner.. only over noodles.

    have a good night..
    it's 8 pm here na!

  • frenz May 04, 2008
     

    wow!! i love it!!

  • Amy May 04, 2008
     

    Looks really yummy! will give it a try soon:)

  • Snozzzberries September 30, 2009
     

    Hi there! I was looking for filipino recipes last night and ended up on your page. I ran into this recipes and decided to give it a try.. I used beef round that I had that butcher slice for me. I've had problems in the past where my meats didn't have enough flavor, so I put marinaded it for a few hours first..

    As for the recipe itself, it was pretty good! I'm trying to take a break from rice so I went for the noodles as you listed.. A bit too plain for me..maybe because I couldn't get my sauce to thicken up... I ended up making rice afterwards..

    In the end, the recipe was great, I'm keeping it bookmarked, and will definitely be using it (and trying more of your recipes ) again.. Thanks!


    --- Clair