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Stir-Fried Beef (Peruvian-Style)

Ah… stir-fried beef in a wok, with spicy hot pepper sauce, mixed with thinly sliced onions and tomatoes.

Top that with a sunny-side-up egg and steaming hot rice. Wonderful. Amazing. Delicious. But so incredibly easy!

That was our main dish last night during Pelusa Molina‘s cooking class last night, and I can’t wait to share it with you! (Unfortunately I only have the final photo, so no step-by-step picture instructions today!)



1) 500g of rump steak
2) 1 onion
3) 2 tomatoes
4) 1 tablespoon of soya sauce
5) 2 tablespoons of spicy hot pepper sauce
6) A small bunch of coriandar
7) 4 espresso cups of rice
8) 4 eggs


1) Slice the beef, onion and tomatoes into thin, even-sized strips
2) Stir-fry the beef slices in a wok until it changes from raw-red to brown, then place on a plate
3) Saute the sliced onions until transparent, then add in tomatoes
4) Add the cooked beef slices to the onions and tomatoes, as well as the soya sauce and spicy hot pepper sauce
5) Add salt to taste
6) Make the sunny-side up eggs and rice
7) Serve beef with eggs and steaming hot rice

Beautiful Stir-fried Beef – Peruvian Style!

So damn delicious!

felicia | Dish by Dish

Felicia is a Singaporean that's currently located in Buenos Aires, also known as the "Paris of South America". After moving to Argentina because of love, she found herself grappling with the mysterious concept known as cooking. Starting this blog has helped her explore the kitchen, the effect cooking has on our lives, and generally helped her make more friends with people like you! Please stay a while and explore!

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Lovely comments

  1. gracelimsaifong says:

    The beef looks great and very yummy. You can do the same with pork as well and it will be just as delicious.

  2. This looks delicious. I love the flavour profile you have here.

    • rosewithoutthorns says:


      Thank you for your nice words! This was a dish with a uniquely asian/latin palette! Plus it took less than 45 minutes from start to finish! Quick yet full of flavor!

      If you do try out this recipe one day let me know how it goes!


      • Our Growing Paynes says:

        I love recipes that don’t take long to make! :)

        • rosewithoutthorns says:

          Me too! Difficult & complicated recipes just sort of put me off! That’s why I created this blog to document all the tried & tested EASY recipes for people just like you & me!

          : ) Have fun exploring around this site! plenty of quick, fuss-free & fool-proof recipes that are conjured in a jiffy!!


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