Friday, 31 January 2014

BEEF WITH RED ONIONS 新年快乐! (AND CHINESE VIDEO)













i-PAD VERSION
400g of Aberdeen medallion of beef finely diced  
250g of red onions (diced)
60g of soya sauce
Corn flour for coating
2 garlic cloves crushed
120g of water
60g of fresh ginger grated
50g of nam pla (or Japanese mirin)
The juice of 2 limes  
2 tbsp of caster brown sugar
350g of rice or egg noodles
A handful of chopped fresh coriander (optional).

Mix together the garlic, ginger and soya sauce in a big bowl.
Coat the beef with the corn flour.
Put the beef coated in the soya marinade. Set aside in the fridge for 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, boil water for the rice (or noodles), cook them and set aside.
In a wok (or a pan), in a little bit of sunflower oil, cook the onions for 2-3 minutes.
Add the water and cook for a further 2 minutes.
Add the beef with the marinade, the nam pla, the lime juice and the sugar.
Combine well and cook for a further 5 minutes.
Reheat the rice (or the noodles).
Add the coriander to the beef and serve with the rice.
Recipe inspired by my friend Li Xia 
Xin Nian Kuai Le Wan Si Ru Yi


Now, you will repeat as well "XIN NIAN KWAI LE WAN SI RU YI"
(Happy New Year, may all your wishes come true...)


34 comments:

  1. I love oriental food. This dish looks perfect. Ida

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  2. Is it a Japanese or Chinese speciality, please? Thanks, Marlene

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    1. Hello Marlene. Chinese ! Chinese New Year, Chinese recipe...Best, Sixte

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  3. It will be a happy year with all your marvelous recipes. Chiara

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  4. Lovely recipe! ...As usual..... from your follower, Agnes

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    1. Thank you so much Agnes, it's very kind of you. Best, Sixte

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  5. Today, it is going to be a chinese meal for dinner....Sixte style one. Thanks for this idea. Christine

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    1. You're welcome Christine. Don't forget to practice your Chinese afterward...Best, Sixte

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  6. Fantastically looking Chinese dish. It will be my ev ening meal. Jeanne

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    1. I am sure you will enjoy it Jeanne! Best, Sixte

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  7. Oh yes, I wanted something oriental tonight. Merci. Stephanie

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  8. Happy New Chinese Year! Nice dish to celebrate it Sixte, from Sabrina

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  9. I like beef and oriental spices. Conclusion! - This is a recipe for me! Naomi

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    1. Good Naomi, I am sure you will love this one... Best Sixte

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  10. Nice touch, Sixtine. Good way to celebrate this date. Adelina

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  11. You are perfect Sixte. Chinese beef dish is what I will make tomorrow. Sabine

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  12. Thank you very much Sabine for your kind comment. Best Sixte

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  13. Happy New Year, all Chinese people. We will eat chinese style beef to join you in celebrations. Telimena

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  14. Very tasty beef! I know it from my own experience. I tried it!. Ella

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    1. Thank you very much indeed Ella. Best, Sixte

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  15. Fingers licking chinese beef. Thanks Sixte. Monica

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    1. You're welcome Monica. Very happy you enjoyed it... Best, Sixte

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  16. Dearest Sixtine, your recipes are sooooo good. Just to let you know.... Brenda

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    1. Thank you so much Brenda. And what about your Chinese sentence? Did you practice it ? Best, Sixtine

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  17. It was very nice to prepare lunch for our friends. The main dish was your chinese beef. I would like to thank you. Leona

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    1. You are very welcome Leona. I am very pleased my beef was enjoyed by you and your friends...Best, Sixte

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  18. I use your blog as a rich source of cooking ideas. Beef with red onions?!....here we go again....I am on it tomorrow. Melissa

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    1. Thank you very much indeed Melissa. Enjoy it! Best, Sixte

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