Pepper Steak Stir Fry

Pepper Steak Stir Fry

Pepper Steak Stir Fry


1 green pepper, thinly sliced

½ onion, thinly sliced

1 jalapeno pepper, thinly sliced

1  clove garlic, minced (1 tsp)

1 tbsp olive oil

1 cup Korean Beef, thinly sliced


Heat olive oil in a heavy saute pan.  Add green pepper, onion, jalapeno pepper and garlic.  Saute until tender, about ten minutes.

Add beef and saute just until warmed through, about 2 minutes.

Serve with rice or horseradish potatoes, if desired.


2 servings, 285 calories per serving


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12 Replies to “Pepper Steak Stir Fry”

  1. This recipe is perfect for my weekdays that I have to go to work and just whip up something healthy and savory. This will be perfect over rice or just top on top of the mixed greens salad. What cut of beef do you suggest to use for the stir fry? I love this recipe that it has jalapeños, that will give the nice kick that I love. Thanks in advance! 

    1. Flank steak is the “go-to” cut for stir-fries but I usually use thinly sliced leftover beef to make mine.  I love to use leftover Korean Beef because the marinaded meat adds even more flavor!   And I love the idea of using this to top salad greens.  Thank you for the idea!

  2. Pepper stick fry? Which kind of pepper I wondered! pillipil! Anyway all is great and am very sure its a very good tasty one. I love the onion flavour and am very sure that would be a wonderful one. How much of garlic though like interms of quantity do you have to put? Anyway ,it was a great wonderful post.

    1. I used one green pepper and one jalapeno pepper in this recipe.  I also minced one clove of garlic, which equals about one teaspoon.  I’m sure it would be just as good with any color pepper and you can adjust the garlic to your personal taste.  Thanks for your interest!

  3. This recipe sounds delicious, thanks for sharing it! I love pepper steaks but the only recipe I’ve ever made with it is beef and broccoli. It’s delicious but a change is always nice and your Pepper Steak Stir Fry sounds like the perfect recipe to change up my routine with! I’ll probably skip out the jalapeno because my kids don’t like spice.

    1. I’ve made it without the jalapeno and it comes out just fine  I have not, however, ever made it with broccoli so I think I’ll have to try that to change up my routine! Thanks for the great idea!

  4. Thanks for helping me to find my perfect workday meal that I could just whip up easily. Apart from the necessary spicing it needs, it isn’t even costly at all looks like more of a grab and go kind of thing I could get at a drive-thru (hopefully). Thanks for expanding my list of culinary delights to try.

    1. Thank you for your kind comments!  While I love to cook, it’s nice to have some quick meals to throw together on busy nights!                

  5. I have been asking myself for years, why is my pepper steak tough? And I have discovered that overcooked steak translates into tough steak. So my advice is not cooking your steak completely when searing because it will continue to cook when you will add it back to the skillet with the stir fry sauce

    1. Abel, you are absolutely correct!  Overcooking is never good.  That’s why, in this recipe, I have advised adding the cooked beef at the end and heating just until it’s warmed. 

  6. I checked your article, it’s good information on how to cook this dish which may be like and enjoyed by those who might be familiar with it, or just like to try new dishes.

    The problem I find with it is that, this is more of cooking instruction than article. I mean, you must write more content about it. Try to explain to your visitor the importance of eating it, how helpful it is for our health.

    People always want to know more about those kind of things to be able to want to try it. Thanks

    1. Thank you for your thoughts on this, Edward.  Perhaps I can add a bit more content to my future articles!

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