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Bokchoy and Beef Stir Fry

This is my youngest’s (he is 6 yo) favorite veggie dish 😀 He can eat the beansprouts nicely whenever I chop them, so he would say, “yuuummm, I like this” haha – But yeah, otherwise he would have a hard time eating veggie dish with beansprouts in them 😀

The boys have been making music on Groovepad that they ask me to use them on our Youtube channel, so I have been updating our Youtube channel with new videos which background musics are made by them 😀

Check the video and you can hear their creativity, but for now, recipe!

  • 250 g round beef, brown (mine was frozen, thawed, so there was quite a bit of blood. I browned the ground beef on non stick pan, without any grease)
  • Add in 4 garlic, sliced and 1 small onion, sliced, cook til soften
  • 1 bag bokchoy, slice (inside the bag there were only 3 medium size bokchoy, you can use smaller or larger size, and more 3 if you like/have, would be better!)
  • 1 small bag bean sprouts, chop (just roughly chopped)

Method

  • Rinse veggies, add into pan, stir
  • Season with 1 1/2 tbsp Vegeta powder and a generous pinch ground white pepper (or salt and sugar if you don’t have Vegeta, you can also use bouillon powder!)

Serve immediately with warm rice. Yep, only warm rice, and oh, sambal (Indonesian hot sauce), if you like 😀

Bokchoy and Beef Stir Fry

Ingredients

  • 250 g round beef brown
  • Add in 4 garlic sliced and 1 small onion, sliced, cook til soften
  • 1 bag bokchoy slice
  • 1 small bag bean sprouts chop

Instructions

  • Rinse veggies, add into pan, stir
  • Season with 1 1/2 tbsp Vegeta powder and a generous pinch ground white pepper
  • Serve immediately with warm rice

Video

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Rolade Daging (Beef Roulade)

The 1st time I had this kind of roulade was when I lived in Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. It was at an eatery, for university students especially.

It was good, but I thought it did not have beef, or if it did, it was only a little beef, but a whole lot more of bread and breadcrumbs or even flour 😛

It did not stop me from getting them at the same eatery though, but only when I had money, as it was not the cheapest on the menu haha

I added omelet in the center of my roulade just to make it prettier rather than more protein actually. Yep, I am weird like that haha But of course, more protein is better for the two little boys who are growing at this house 😉

The boys been making some music for me to use as a background for my Youtube videos. You can hear it on the video below 😀

2 eggs,
2 tbsp olive oil

Heat oil, make omelet

350 g ground beef
2 eggs
2 slice of breads
1 large onion
2 tsp Vegeta powder

Blender all ingredients
Spread onto aluminum foil
Place omelet, roll
Steam for 45-60 mins

1 egg
Enough bread crumbs
Cooking oil

Heat oil
Unwrap roulade, roll into breadcrumbs
Roll into beaten egg, and roll it again on breadcrumbs
Fry for 3 minutes on all sides

Sauce:

1 tbsp margarine
1 tbsp flour
Vegeta powder, white pepper powder, allspice powder, freshly grated nutmeg – all to taste
450 ml beef broth
2 tbsp sweet soy sauce (or more if you like sweeter sauce)
1 tbsp flour mixed with 2 tbsp water

Melt margarine, stir in flour
Add in flavoring then pour in broth
Add in sweet soy sauce and thicken with flour solution

Serve roulade with sauce! – which I did not take any pictures while making, but I did record it 😉

Rolade Daging (Beef Roulade)

Ingredients

Omelet (optional)

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tbsp olive oil

Roulade

  • 350 g ground beef
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 slice of breads
  • 1 large onion
  • 2 tsp Vegeta powder
  • 1 egg
  • Enough bread crumbs
  • Cooking oil

Sauce

  • 1 tbsp margarine
  • 1 tbsp flour
  • Vegeta powder white pepper powder, allspice powder, freshly grated nutmeg – all to taste
  • 450 ml beef broth
  • 2 tbsp sweet soy sauce or more if you like sweeter sauce
  • 1 tbsp flour mixed with 2 tbsp water

Instructions

Omelet

  • Heat oil, make omelet

Beef Roulade

  • Blender all ingredients
  • Spread onto aluminum foil
  • Place omelet, roll
  • Steam for 45-60 mins
  • Heat oil

Frying Beef Roulade

  • Unwrap roulade, roll into breadcrumbs
  • Roll into beaten egg, and roll it again on breadcrumbs
  • Fry for 3 minutes on all sides

Sauce

  • Melt margarine, stir in flour
  • Add in flavoring then pour in broth
  • Add in sweet soy sauce and thicken with flour solution
  • Serve roulade with sauce!

Video