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Easy Beef stir fry recipe. Chinese Shao hsing cooking wine. Easy stir fry at home for beginners.

Easy beef stir fry recipe in my wok, using a Chinese cooking wine called Shoa hsing, also spelled Shao Shing or Shoaxing. How to stir fry for beginners. Stir fry tutorial.

The recipe is my own and one that I have tweaked over the years and I’m sharing it with you in this video.
You can add snow peas, bamboo shoots or baby corn to this and you would add them between adding the carrot and spring onions (green onions/scallions).
Please leave any question in the comments and if you make it, let me know how you go.
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CHAPTERS –
00:00 – Chinese cooking wine is key!
01:09 – Beef cutting tips and prep.
03:43 – Vegetable tips and prep.
05:24 – Wok prep and tips.
05:46 – Cooking the beef.
08:10 – Cooking the vegetables.
08:58 – Adding the liquids.
10:14 – Beef back in and finish off.
10:51 – Serve and taste test. Yum!
11:38 – My recipe and thanks!
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G’day everyone and welcome to My Aussie Garden & Kitchen.
My name is Darren, but please call me Daz.
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