*Disclaimer: I wish I would have taken more pictures of me making this recipe, but the reality is my husband was starving and I was trying to get him fed. Maybe I’ll make it again soon and add more pictures, it was quite delicious!!
Who doesn’t love a solid stir fry?! Exactly, everyone does!
If you’re new here, I am Olivia Schoentrup, of Schoentrup Farms. We raise our own beef, pork, and chicken and sell the meat product directly to consumers in our local area. I made this blog to share some fun, easy recipes with you to use with our product.
A common theme I have noticed with our customers is their reluctance to buy Sirloin Tip Steak. It’s called a steak but you don’t really use if for the grill… but its not a roast so you don’t really put it in the crock pot. So what can you do with it?? STIR FRY!
Stir Fry sounds very intimidating though… I thought so the first time my husband told me that what’s he wanted for dinner. But its sooo easy!!
This recipe is going to be very short. There are a couple reasons for that. First, I don’t really take measurements, I just kind of guess and taste test. Second, it is just that easy!
I thawed out the Sirloin Tip Steak and cut it into strips. I pan seared them in a sauce pan so I could keep all my ingredients together and not use up a bunch of cooking wear. I set the burner to medium 4-5 until the strips were cooked thoroughly. Once they were, I added a bag full of cut veggies.
Pause. I love to use what we have. My mother-in-law had some left over veggies from my baby shower and asked if I wanted to use some so they didn’t go bad. Ummm yes! This gallon sized zip lock bag had green peppers, yellow peppers, cherry tomatoes, and carrots. But you can use what ever veggies you want!!
To make the stir fry sauce, I used about 1/4 cup soy sauce, 2 tablespoons sesame oil, 1/4 teaspoon corn starch, and 1/2 teaspoon crush garlic gloves. Now, let me tell about these garlic cloves. I bought a jar of dried chopped garlic, I love adding it to meals in the Instapot instead of garlic powder. However, this recipe really needed garlic powder, so I took a spoon and added my measured garlic to it, then used the back of another spoon and crushed them. Boom! Garlic powder! I added all these ingredients to a mason jar, put the lid on and shook. Then poured it into the pan with veggies and meat. I then added a little water (maybe 1/2 cup) to help the veggies soften.
I put a lid on my pan and let it cook until the veggies were soft.
To add some rice, I grabbed a package of Knorr Pasta Sides Teriyaki rice and cooked it according to the instructions.
And there you have it. The easiest, yummiest stir fry you can make! Enjoy!