MEAT RECIPE: Beef & Pepper Stew Pot


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• Mix & Blend Coriander and Red Onion Olive Oil

• Quality Beef fillet 500gm will do you – slice the beef into stripes

• 1 Green chilli – Roughly chopped (larger the chilli the less powerful it is and smaller the chilli, the more it will blow your head off).

• 1 Red pepper

• 1 Yellow pepper

• 1 Green pepper

• 1 Small onion – Roughly chop the onion

• 3 Garlic Cloves – Finely chop or do what I do and use a garlic crusher…It does the job

• 1 Small piece of fresh ginger – roughly chop the ginger

• 25g Palm Sugar

• 1 good pinch of Black pepper

• A dash of dry sherry

• A dash of oyster sauce

• A dash of porcini mushroom stock

• A few sprigs of Basil and Coriander


  1. 1. Drop a little of the Mix & Blend Coriander and Red Onion Olive Oil into a deep pan and heat.
    2. Throw the medium sliced beef stripes into the hot pan and brown the meat (this will seal the beef).
    3. Throw in the ginger, garlic and onions and give it a good stir around, add the chillies and peppers to the pan.
    4. Time for the Palm sugar – Make sure you stir it in until the sugar has dissolved.
    5. Add the dry sherry – stir and try and get all those lovely bites off the bottom of the pan…official name for this is ‘deglaze’.
    6. Right you now your pan should be bubbling away and the wonderful aromas should be filling your kitchen.
    7. Now throw everything else in….Porcini mushroom stock and oyster sauce.
    Stir and transfer the pan contents into an oven proof dish and place in the oven for 30mins (Fan oven160 – Gas mark 4).
    Once those wonderful juices have reduced, it will be ready.
    8. Serve in a nice stew pot and serve, don’t forget to chop some basil and coriander and sprinkle on top before serving.

“Go on then have a taste,…if it needs a little something else, like a little more chilli etc go on make it your own.

             I like to have this with either coconut, plain or jasmine rice…or noodles.”

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