It’s Wok Wednesday and for this week’s episode Jeremy is making one of Hunan’s most well known dishes. . . This quick and delicious beef stir fry is full of heat, spice and depth of flavour, thanks to a lot of dried red chillies!

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– Quick and Easy Hunan Beef Recipe! | Wok Wednesdays –

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27 thoughts on “Quick and Easy Hunan Beef Recipe!”

  1. Thanks for saying this dish from Hunan province😂😂, just want to say we really don’t have this dish in Hunan province 🤣!
    I think the reason it called Hunan dish is because it taste hot and spicy, yes we love chilis, we put a lot fresh chili in our dish! One thing need to mention we barely use dry chili but use fresh chili more often! Thanks 🙏

  2. I was trying to ask the lady what it was when ordering at a drive thru and she just said “okay and what else?” Lmao not even mad though I like trying new food 🤷🏽‍♂️

  3. Glad you have the cumin in this recipe with the ginger, garlic, onions and chili. The cumin is what makes it 'Hunan' style. Your knife skills are impressive!!

  4. I made your singapore noodles last night and they were so good, making them again tonight also finaly had a clean wok at the end of cooking no sticking noodles yay, i didn't use a towel to dry them though i kept lifting them out of the colander til dry worked great, anyway back to the point, in the store this morning when i picked up more rice noodles they had steak on sale so going to make this hunan beef tonight to 🙂 thx for a Great show means alot !!! p.s the noodles are so simple there is hardly any cleanup just wok,cutting board,a plate,an rinse the colander couldn't be easier an my wok is 40 yrs old almost cleans itself after all that scrubbing with steel wool looks like a mirror

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