Simple and Easy Beef Stir-Fry with Coconut Milk


This stir fry really is simple and easy. This is another Asian meal right out of our kitchen here at Splendid Recipes and More.

When it comes to food there are always health benefits, that is if you are eating the food in a healthy way. This recipe includes red pepper flacks, and if you have a problem with your appetite, that is wanting to eat to much and possibly putting on a few extra pounds, red pepper flakes can help.

Adding 1/2 teaspoons of red pepper flakes three times a day to what you eat, you can cut down your appetite by 30%. Of course if you cut out simple carbohydrates (refined carbs) from your diet as well, and add complex carbs (100% whole grains, including the fiber), you can also suppress your appetite another 30 to 40 percent. Complex carbohydrates digest slower, leveling your blood glucose not spiking it, and giving you energy for longer periods as well as a full feeling for 3 to 4 hours.

A great snack between meals is a piece of fruit. But don’t add the red pepper flakes to your fruit, just to your breakfast, lunch and dinner. Speaking of dinner here is our featured recipe and what you will need:


1 lb. beef, cut into thin strips for stir fry cut

1 tbsp. Ginger, minced

1 tbsp. Garlic, minced

1 Large Onion, sliced lengthwise

1 Green Pepper, sliced lengthwise

1 tbsp. Red chili flakes

1 tbsp. Curry powder

1 14 oz. can Coconut Milk


Heat some avocado oil in a wok or large pan, and fry the beef on both sides. Add the following 6 ingredients and stir-fry some more till the beef is thoroughly cooked.

Add coconut milk; simmer on low heat for 10 -15 minutes more. Plate and serve with a side of rice.



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10 thoughts on “Simple and Easy Beef Stir-Fry with Coconut Milk

  1. You may try this exact recipe without the curry. I think it’ s more delicious. Also, try a recipe without the meat….. and use squash ( cabochan variety, and stringbeans * longbeans*) and instead of curry, add a tablespoon of shrimp paste ( or bagoong, Philippine shrimp paste ). This recipe without the curry is very Southeast Asian .

    1. Thanks Renxkyoko for your culinary ideas and replacements. I will give them a try.

      Just to let you know, I use curry in many of my Asian recipes, because curry is an anti-inflammatory herb, as wells as fights against cancer cells.

      I don’t have shrimp paste, but I do have fish paste, will that work as well?

      Thanks for taking the time to view the post Renxkyoko, and leaving your comment.


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