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My own version of beef fry
Published On: 17 May 2007
malayalam: Kuda mulagu
kannada: donne menasinakaayi
hindi: Simla Mirch
Bengali: Shimla Mirch
Marathi: Dhobli Mirchi
Punjabi: Simla Mirch
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Marinate beef strips with the marination ingredients and keep overnight.
Saute mushrooms and carrots.
When they are cooked, add capsicum and saute a further minute.
Set this aside, make sure that the carrots, mushrooms and capsicum still retain thier colour as this makes the dish look colourful.
Saute the marinated beef strips in the same oil till beef is cooked, keep the flame on low so as to avoid burning and discolouring.
:- Serve on a platter and top with stir fried vegetables.
:- I prefer to serve this with white rice.
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