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  1. Wow. Chinese poutine.

  2. mrtropicalcrush

    Bored of your typical steak & chips? Shake it up and try out this Chinese style steak & chips to freshen things up in your menu. This recipe uses a bunch of Chinese household sauces to marinate the your steak and add some eastern flavours to your meal.

    Now I know steak isn’t the most budget of foods (at least compared to let’s say chicken), but if you add some rice to this recipe one steak can fill you up for two meals. Those who can afford to splash a little extra on steak, I recommend you try this fusion recipe out!

    If you’d like a visual walkthrough check out this [video](https://youtu.be/C1VFMAFofPA).

    **THE RECIPE**

    Prep Time: 15mins

    Cook Time: 10mins

    **[2 Servings]**


    – Beef steak (300g/10.5oz)

    – Potatoes (x2)


    – Light soy sauce (2 Tbsp)

    – Oyster sauce (1 Tbsp)

    – Sesame oil (1 Tbsp)

    – Corn starch (1 Tbsp)

    – Black pepper (1 tsp)

    **Step 1**

    Prepare ingredients.

    Cut the potatoes into chips. Cut beef into small 2-3 cm pieces.

    **Step 2**

    Mix beef and marinade ingredients in a bowl and allow to marinate for 10 mins.

    **Step 3**

    Add some oil to a pan and fry the potato chips until they are golden brown. Remove from pan once they are done.

    **Step 4**

    Add the marinated beef the pan and cook until its around medium/medium rare (longer if you preferred well done).

    **Step 5**

    Add the chips back into the pan with the beef. Add 1 Tbsp of oyster sauce and pepper to taste (I like around 1 tsp). Stir it all together.

    **Step 6**

    Garnish with fresh parsley (mainly just for aesthetics so skip this if you want haha). ENJOY!

  3. HereForTheBuffet

    Interesting. Looks just like Peruvian lomo saltado which most likely got its roots from Chinese cuisine and this exact dish.

  4. fabulous-fabulous

    This is my kinda food – thanks for sharing the recipe!

  5. Looks delicious 🤤

  6. Wax on Wax off Steak lol


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