Stir-fried Beef and Vegetables


500 grams of beef (diced or sliced)
1 onion 
1 celery stick
200 grams mangetout beans (Sitsaro) (cut in half)
200 grams young corn (cut about 1 inch long)
2 medium size carrots (sliced)
1 and 1/2 tbsp of oyster sauce
1/2 cup water
2 tbsp sunflower or vegetable oil
1 tsp salt

For the marinade, mix the following ingredients in a bowl.
1 tbsp Mirin
1 tbsp Light Soy Sauce or any Filipino Brand Soy Sauce
1/2 tsp toasted sesame oil (regular sesame oil is okay)
pinch of salt 
pinch of pepper

Cooking methods:

  1. Marinate the diced or sliced beef in a mixture of Mirin, soy sauce, sesame oil, salt and pepper for 30 minutes.
  2. In a wok or big pan, put 1 tbsp of the sunflower or vegetable oil and stir-fry the beef until brown and tender or until liquid evaporates. Make sure to set your stove on medium heat. Set them aside.
    Marinating and cooking the beef.
  3. Put the remaining sunflower or vegetable oil into the wok or pan and stir-fry the onion for 2 minutes then add the celery and young corn. Cook for 5 minutes.
  4. Add in the mangetout and carrots. Pour 1/2 cup of water and cook for another 3 minutes. 
  5. Finally, add the cooked beef, oyster sauce and salt. Cook for another minute. 
  6. Serve hot with boiled rice. 

Stir-fried Vegetables


  1. kakagutom nmn kahit picture lang :) you made it sounds easy to cook, I might try it someday :D

  2. sarap naman nyan sis. thanks for sharing your recipe, hope i can try one of these days. and mama bestfriend. hehehe! :)

  3. Your stir fried veggie and meat looks delicious sis. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  4. ah, looks very yummy, thanks for reminding me of this yummy dish, i do not have to think much what to cook for dinner tonight

  5. oh my! that looks really delish...I'm drooling right now....:)

  6. Oh! me and my hubby's favorite...even without meat, masarap pa din :)

  7. so yummy looking and for sure healthy..

  8. Jeez! Drooling over here!!! I so want to have a piece of this na! :) Na gutom tuloy ako.

  9. I am drooling over here. It's just dinner time and I can't feel but feel hungry over this delish recipe. Thanks for sharing, Len :-)

  10. I love that kind of soy sauce too sis, I buy that every time we go to the Asian store.

  11. Picture pa lang ulam na. I'll keep this post away from my wife's reach. If malaman nya then 'Isang linggong gulay na naman ulam namin" ..LOL

  12. one of our quick and easy favorite dish here. i can just grab an oyster sauce, place everything in -and it's happy, healthy meal.

    as for the sesame oil -i'm still getting the hang of it -i purchased a small bottle which i used in cooking siomai and when i used it for a veggie dish -the kids didn't like the after taste. maybe i'm pouring in more?

  13. I always use Mama Sita's oyster sauce in making Chopsuey and I usually marinate pork and chicken with it. I'm sure this dish is as delicious.

  14. I love stir fry :-) Thank you for sharing the recipe too :-) This looks very delish and you make me drool :-)

  15. very interesting recipe, i would definitely try this in my next dish. Thanks so much healthy and good food.

  16. Drooling here. Thanks for sharing these kitchen tips. Love it.

  17. I love veggies! This will surely make my day!

  18. Promise, I'm gonna copy this recipe and try this out soon! Hahaha! I just need to know what Mirin is, Len? First time ko ata nakaencounter nyan. Hahaha!

  19. Hi Lainy. Mirin is a sweetened Japanese rice wine. It is something like sake but lower alcohol content.

  20. Those are really good. I don't mind trying this recipe one of these days.


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