Thursday 5 April 2012

Stir fry beef with soy sauce.

Usually eaten with monster salad, you can also toss it in
to a lunch stir fry instead of fish (seen here) 
Easy easy easy.

Serves 4. (prep time 10 to 15 minutes)

Grab some cubed beef from the meat section (or grab a cut of meat and cube it yourself). I usually get 500 grams at a time (17 ounces) and cook the whole lot for the 2 of us and then save the rest for a couple of lunches or have it for dinner the following night. If the beef cubes are huge I suggest cutting them in half, or just use a similar amount of beef strips... whatever.


  • Get a pan on the stove add a table spoon of olive or canola oil
  • Roughly chop up a whole capsicum (bell pepper) and toss in to the hot pan.
  • *optional: add a half a brown onion roughly chopped at this point too.
  • Toss around occasionally until the capsicum starts to brown.
  • In between tossing duties, crack some pepper over the beef, sprinkle paprika and garlic powder on as well.
  • Once capsicum is brown throw the meat into the pan as well.
  • Let the meat brown a on all sides then add a splash of soy sauce and toss well.
  • Add a half cup of water and simmer until all the liquid is almost gone.

Divide up in to 4 serves and serve with Monster salad.

Again... I had a starting weight more than 100 kilograms (220 pounds) if I was starting at 90kgs (200 pounds) I might consider splitting this in to 5 or maybe 6 serves.

Start thinking about how much you REALLY need and adjust accordingly.

It doesn't work the other way though... this is a maximum serving size for the experiment. If you have a starting weight of 200 kilograms (440 pounds) that doesn't mean you have to pile on double this amount.

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