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About this recipe: A perfect way to use up leftover roast beef and those vegetables still lurking in the vegetable drawer! It's crunchy, fresh and delicious. I came up with this recipe after staring at the leftovers of a (really beautiful) roast beef dinner that we had eaten one Sunday. This recipe is easily adapted to use fresh beef steak (see below). Having scoured the internet for help (we don't have beef that often), no specific recipe seemed to fit what I had left in the vegetable cupboard either, so I got a general idea and came up with this...
I think the general rule with this is "keep it crunchy!" I needed to use up some green beans, bits of pepper and some broccoli lurking in the vegetable drawer. I would have loved to have included bean sprouts but I didn't have any.
You can also make this stir fry using raw beef. Slice into thin strips about 5cm long and 5mm thick. In step 3, stir fry the beef for 45 seconds, browning on all sides.