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August 09, 1985 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-09

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Friday, August 9, 1985 37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Iry Ash in

COOKING

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BY GLORIA KAUFER GREENE
Special to The Jewish News

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2 tbsps. dry sherry
2 tbsps. soy sauce
1 tbsp. water
1 tsp. peanut or vegetable oil
% tsp. ground ginger
% tsp. sugar
Meat, Vegetables, and Sauce
1 lb. lean steak, about 1/2- to
3/4-inch thick, trimmed of
any fat and gristle
% cup beef bouillon or broth
1 tbsp. cornstarch
1 to 2 tbsps. peanut or vegeta-
ble oil
1 medium-sized onion, cut in
half lengthwise and then
into thick wedges and
separated into pieces
2 medium-sized green peppers
(or use 1 green pepper and
1 sweet red pepper), cut
into 1-inch squares
2 scallions including green
tops, thinly sliced on the
diagonal.
To Serve
Hot cooked white or brown rice
Combine all marinade ingre-
dients in medium-sized bowl. Cut
Steak crosswise into 2-inch
pieces; then cut it with the grain
into 'A - to 1/4-inch thick slices.
(This is easiest to do if meat is
slightly frozen.) Toss meat slices
with marinade, and marinate
meat at least 15 minutes up to
several hours (refrigerate if
longer than 30 minutes), stirring
occasionally.
Shortly before serving time,
mix together bouillon and
cornstarch, and set aside. Heat 1
tablespoon oil in large skillet or
wok over medium-high to high
heat. Stir-fry (that is, saute while
constantly stirring) onion until
almost tender. Add green peppers
and scallions, and continue stir-
frying about 1 minute or until
green pepper is almost crisp-
tender. Use slotted spoon to
temorarily transfer the vegeta-
bles to a bowl.
If skillet or wok without
nonstick coating is used, heat re-
maining 1 tablespoon of oil. (This
oil is not necessary with nonstick
cookware.) Add meat and its
marinade to pan, and stir-fry
until the meat is just very slightly
pink, about 2 to 3 minutes. Return
vegetables to the pan, and stir-fry
about 1 minute thoroughly mix-
ing meat and vegetables. Add re-
served bouillon mixture, and
cook, while stirring, until sauce
thickens and boils. Serve im-
mediately with rice. Makes AO&
4 servings.
Variation: to substitute chicken
for steak, use 1 pound boned and
skinned thicken breast meat
(from about 4 medium-sized
breast alves), and, cut it into
1-inch s uaxes. Marinate chicken
as dire above for steak. When
stir-fryi , cook chicken until it is
opaque firm. Marinade will
tint chickeh brown.

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