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My Mother In Law Asked for This Video – Beef Tomato Stir Fry!
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I am SO thrilled to share another treasured family recipe. This one is from my husband’s family. A classic Cantonese dish, …
You are best your mother in low god bless you
Baking soda and baking powder can add an extra sourness. It’s best to be prepared for this.
made this tonight, turned out great! Everybody loved it, made enough to have it for dinner again tomorrow, this recipe is a keeper. As is the salty caramel chicken from recently. Tasty tasty!
A great variation of this recipe…. add a tablespoon (or more to taste) of Madras curry with the aromatics. Great combo. Thanks for the video Pailin!
I've been looking for this all my life, and I didn't even realize it, lol
This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.
Loved this. I'm used to seeing the cornstarch go in to marinating the beef, or in other words, velveting the beef to provide a protective coating to prevent overcooking and resulting in tender meat. I think my dad would "scramble" the egg within the dish so that it had the texture of egg drop, barely cooked streaks in the sauce. This video totally made me want to eat this.
great recipe. also i love the angles that you film in.
She been speaking canto. Nice!
woa i didnt know you speak chinese too,nice pronunciation
I like how tomatoes male their way into every cuisine.
One dish from Thai hospital cafeteria I worked at that I miss, was a dish with glass noodles, egg, tomato, and green onion (among other ingredients)
The 1st time I tried this dish was at Sam Wo, a restaurant in San Francisco's China Town, when I was very young. I very much enjoyed it. So happy you shared this recipe with us. Can't wait to try it out with my own family.
My Mother In Law Asked for This Video – Beef Tomato Stir Fry!. Video has attractive content and form. Watched the video on May 21, 2023 very like. Thank you
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This dish pretty much goes hand in hand with tomato with fried eggs as staple food in a cantonese household. Kids will always ask for more when this dish is served 😂
As a Malay, I find it quite similar to our fried beef dish..the only difference is we cut the tomatoes into smaller chunks, add fried potatoes which is cut just like how you cut the tomatoes and we also add some big onions that we cut into rings just a minute or two before it's done so as to add a bit of sweetness to the dish. The rest of the ingredients are basically the same but we can also add some chilli and a bit of black pepper if we want to make it spicier.
You spoke Cantonese pronounce very good 👍😘🇱🇷
If Pai's mother-in-law is also her aunty then doesn't that mean she's married her cousin?
I really want to make this, but where are the measurements? Xxx
wow wow wow
Oooo I always thought u married a white dude. Can't be more wrong 😅
You can also serve this dish with spaghetti noodles instead of rice and you would have something that is similar to "Hong Kong style spaghetti" served at Hong Kong style tea houses.
Add red onion, potato fries and some chili and you get the Peruvian national dish Lomo Saltado
Pai….I've always wondered, why is the burner positioned so the heat control knob faces the camera rather than you or to either side? You are always reaching around the wok/pan to turn access the control knob and this doesn't seem very safe. • Yummy looking dish!
That's a lot like Peruvian Chiffa's, lomo saltado.
Being Cantonese, this is one of my favorite dishes to cook. You did a wonderful job of demonstrating how to make this dish. I have never added the egg though. Perhaps that is just a tradition of your husband's family.
Omg my childhood fav!! Gonna make this soon 🤤
Indeed very hot
I don't think that I've ever had an Asian dish using tomatoes.
Thanks for sharing.
Are there others?
Oooh! I was wondering what you were working on! 🎉🎉 My daughter wants me to make this ❤😅
If I'm not a huge fan of ketchup, would this dish still work? Is it replaceable with tomato paste or canned tomatoes?
My mother in law ONLY ASKS FOR MONEY and why I dont make more, ur lucky to get such a nice one.
Your Cantonese pronunciation is almost perfect. The tones are great! Didn’t realize your husband is Cantonese.
Happened to have some extra ribeye slices from dinner. Saw your post last night, realized that I also have all the other ingredients on hand. Was so excited that I made your beef tomato goodness this morning, with an egg it’s a legit breakfast! 😅 Thank you, Auntie Jenny & Pailin, it’s super tasty and satisfying!
Thank you Auntie Jenny for sharing a childhood favorite of Craig's. Pai as some other have stated maybe you could share a few of your favorite Cantonese recipes with us. Love all you share with us.
“Not the tomatoes he doesn’t eat tomatoes” 🤣🤣🤣❤️❤️❤️ I love this thank you for sharing
I make a version of this – easy on the ketchup, thick sauce – with some sliced white onion for texture.
When I was a kid, it was made by my mom as a thin a ketchup soup, basically. I hated how sweet it was! I later found out my mom made it that way because she thought I loved ketchup just that much, and she actually thought it was gross too.