Shredded Beef Sauce

Shredded Beef Sauce is an Chinese style Beef sauce. It’s a quick and easy recipe but it’s bound to be a winner any day. As with most Asian style sauces,  Soy Sauce is very necessary and will be incorporated into this shredded beef sauce to give it its distinct Chinese flavour. Oyster Sauce adds to the flavour and gives it a sweetish ting but feel free to omit it if you’re not into sweet sauces but oyster Sauce is really the star in this recipe.

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I particularly like Shredded Beef sauce cos it’s very easy to whip up and absolutely tasty. To enhance the taste of your sauce, you should consider marinating your beef for as long as possible. I prefer to marinate overnight most times.

Let’s begin…

 

Ingredients:

400g Very Tender Beef

4 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil

1 Teaspoon Sesame Oil (Use Vegetable oil if you can’t source Sesame)

2 Tablespoons Soy Sauce

3 Tablespoons Oyster Sauce

1 Tablespoon Rice wine/Dry sherry or 3 Tablespoons Chicken Stock

1 Tablespoon Corn Starch/Corn Flour

1 Small Onion Sliced

1/2 Green, Yellow, Red Peppers Thinly Sliced

5 Medium Mushrooms Thinly sliced (Optional)

3 Minced Garlic Cloves

1 Tablespoon Minced Ginger

1 Teaspoon Brown/White Sugar

1 Teaspoon Garlic Powder

1/4 Teaspoon Black Pepper

1 Knorr Chicken Cube

1/2 Teaspoon Beef Seasoning of your choice

 

Preparation:

First, wash the meat to rid it of blood and cut against the grain. Cut in 2 inch diagonal strips. Marinate the meat with the Knorr Cube, Beef seasoning, Garlic Powder and the Corn Starch/flour. Leave to marinate for at least an hour. For maximum taste and flavour, marinate overnight….

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Mix the Soy Sauce, Oyster Sauce, Cooking wine, Sesame oil, Black pepper, Sugar and set aside…

Pour 3 tablespoons of oil in a wok or large frying pan, place on a hob on medium heat. When it’s hot, add the minced garlic and ginger, sauté for a minute, be careful not to burn the garlic…

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Now add the marinated beef into the pan, stir and fry till cooked, this should take 2-3 minutes…

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When it’s cooked, remove the beef from the pan, discard the oil in the pan, add another 2 tablespoons of oil, when its hot, add the onions into the pan, sauté for 2 minutes, then add the sliced peppers, sauté for 2 minutes. Then, add the mushrooms, sauté for a minute…

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Now add the mixed sauce, leave to simmer for 1 minute…

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Turn the heat down to low. Then add the fried beef back into the pan, stir and combine, simmer for 2 minutes…

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And it’s ready….

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Yum…..

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Enjoy with Boiled/ Fried Rice or Noodles….

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48 thoughts on “Shredded Beef Sauce

  1. Pleaseeee at what point do I add pepper? I like spicy(hot) sauce. What type of pepper will give me the desire taste and will still go well with this type of sauce?

  2. Hello ma’am I tried a variation of this yesterday ND it was the bomb. I added meat stock to make it saucy’ and I didn’t stir fry the veggies, also used white pepper in place of black.
    Thanks for the recipe.

  3. Hi Sisi, love your blog. Big fan. Ticks all the boxes. Question is, how do I get the shredded beef sauce to become watery but thick. Thanks a lot. You’ve indeed helped many to conquer culinary fears. Kudos.

    • Hi, sorry for the late response. Thanks for your lovely comment. Not sure I understand what you mean by watery but thick, care to explain better?

      • Hi Sisi, sorry for the late reply. Love love the recipe. Just wanted to know how I could get more gravy. Do I make a cornflour and water mixture and add it at the last stage? I guess I’m not as expressive but hope you understand. Thanks a bunch.

  4. Sisi Jemimah, thanks a bunch. I tried it out and now my friends think am a star, even when i dont really enjoy cooking….hehehe. God bless. Yours sincerely, your newest fan

  5. Made this stir fry using pork instead of beef, it tasted very nice. Didn’t get oyster sauce in my area, but it was still finger-licking good. This recipe is a winner. Thank you

  6. Sisi Jemimah….emi na ni. Your open admirer:-) This one is not secret. I’m planning to make this sauce this weekend. Me I no even sabi the name. It’s just something I’ve been making for some time on my own. But I just want the wow factor this time. Who better to consult than Sisi Jemimah? And of course you didn’t disappoint me. Kilzsees!

    • Shakirah of life….??? We await your feedback this weekend, I’m sure you’ll do it justice, as usual. Trailer load of Kilzeees…..???

  7. So I’ve just tried making this , it came out sooooo nice!!!!! Thank you very much for the easy step by step guide. My kids are in food heaven at the moment ??

  8. Tolu, tried this recipe using pork chops instead of beef last week and it was awesome. My kids and husband enjoyed it. I plan on cooking the chicken recipe for tomorrow lunch. keep up the the good work and may God bless the work of your hands.

    • Thanks for the lovely feedback, Bidemi. I’m glad the recipe worked great with pork chops, I’ll be trying that as well, sounds yum. Thanks for taking the time to leave a feedback, totally appreciated….x

  9. Mehn,just tried this recipe,tastes exactly lik what we eat in restaurants,i don’t usually comment but I just had to,God blesssssssss you plenti,my husband finished the whole sauce with little rice,God bless you once more,couldnt get the oyster sauce but still it was amazeballs

    • Yay! Thanks for this amazing feedback, I’m glad you and hubby enjoyed it. Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a feedback, much appreciated. God bless you too….X

  10. Hi, am one of your faithfuls as long as it has to do with cooking. Keep up the good work. Sisi, you don’t know how much am in love with you for doing what you love to do best. Keep doing it. About this meal, pls I really don’t know what soy sauce is, can you tell me how to get it? Thank you.

    • Hi Janey, thanks for your kind words. They are very much appreciated and I’m humbled…? Soy sauce is an Asian sauce used for stir fries and other dishes. You can google up a photo of it as well, it’s really not hard to source as well. Hope this helps…..

  11. Hi,
    Its your loyal student here again. The chicken stock, is it the store bought one you mean? Or can i use chicken stock from my fridge. Also what is the beef seasoning? I will be making this for christmas.
    Many thanks!

  12. Enter your comment here…I prepared dis today, and it was amazing!! My family enjoyed it to last, I made white rice to go alng! Am also going to use eko(agidi n moi moi) to round up d remainings!! I wish ther is an option to post d pics fr u to see it!! You are a darling! God bless u more!

    • Yay!!!???????? Thanks so much for the positive feedback and I glad you and the family enjoyed it. You can send me the photo on Facebook, Facebook name is Sisi Jemimah, thanks so so much and you’re most welcome…X

  13. I am a huge fan of your recipes. Love how you carefully illustrate without writing too much. i will try this recipe and come back with my feedback. God bless you Sisi

  14. I will definitely try this out. This looks the authentic recipe. Also requesting for Shrimp sauce Asian recipe. Thanks dear, well done

    • I know I’ve replied on Facebook already but for the benefit of any other person wondering, I’ve got a Thai Shrimp Curry recipe on the blog already….

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