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Garlic Beef and Bean Stir Fry


Did you know that Cooking Light no longer publishes magazine’s that are printed?? I didn’t. On one of our visits to Winston Salem for burn clinic, I found this recipe. When we go, we stay at this house for people who have a loved one in the hospital or following up with surgeries or appointments and such. They have TONS of old magazines. I grabbed all the cooking one’s I could find and I sat and went through it like a crazy, mad woman. I almost didn’t take a pic of this one, but I’m so happy I did. This is literally my new favorite recipe for Chinese style food.

I was really excited about  the appointment. I told ya’ll he had been told we’d be doing a skin graft, well we aren’t. He’s healed enough that it isn’t necessary. I’m just worried about some of his fingers. I know it takes time, but I do think we’re going to end up with another surgery. I wish I could just stay patient. Patience is so hard.

4 tablespoons sugar

6 tablespoons soy sauce

3 tablespoons lime juice

1 teaspoon crushed red pepper

2 tablespoons minced garlic

4 tablespoons canola oil

sirloin steak small sized

1 bag frozen green beans

1 red bell pepper, chopped

2 teaspoons cornstarch

cooked white rice

Combine frit five ingredients. Add steak, let stand for 15 minutes. Reserve marinade. Put oil in wok, or large skillet.Add steak. Cook until browned. Remove and put into a plate. Add peppers and green beans  to wok. Cook until desired doneness. Whisk cornstarch into reserved marinade. Add back meat and juices, sir in marinade. Serve on rice.


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