Beef Rice Recipe

Hubby bought a big steak and cooked it for dinner last night. It was way too big and we have a lot of leftover to use the next day. Instead of stir-fly it with some vegetables, I decided to make it into yummy beef rice. Hubby loved it and ate 2 full bowls of them, asking me to make it again soon.

Beef Rice Recipe (Serve 4)

Beef Fat                          1 tablespoon
Garlic (finely minced)      1 tablespoon
Onion (finely diced)         1 cup
Beef (cut in cubes)          1 pound
Salt                                   2.5 teaspoons
Chicken Powder              2 teaspoons
Ground Black Pepper      1 teaspoon
Hot Steamed Rice            4 bowls
Green Onion (chopped)   2 tablespoons (Garnish and for taste)


1. Cut beef into cubes (writer used leftover steak), keep the fat. Rinse and cut the rest of the ingredients.

2. Heat a skillet on medium, sear the beef fat until enough melted fat cover the bottom of skillet. (The skillet is too swallow in the photo, a deeper one will work better)

3. Remove remaining beef fat, add onion and cook until half caramelized. 

4. Add garlic and stir-fly until fragrance, approximately 1 minute. 

5. Add beef, 1.5 teaspoons salt, 1 teaspoon chicken powder and black pepper into skillet, stir-fly beef until medium well.

6. Add hot rice, the remaining salt and chicken powder, stir until rice are cover with beef juice. Heat off, garnish with green onion and serve.

Tips: If you prefer a more beefy taste, substitute water with same amount of beef stock to cook rice.

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