Recipes | Stirfry

The secret to a good stir-fry is taking your time, and not trying to cook everything at the same time. I like to put my ingredients in the wok one after the other, giving them time to fry, instead of sweating. I usually go for a stir-fry when I have leftover meat, don’t know what to do with it. See below for a quick and easy stir-fry recipe I’m sure you’ll love.

What you’ll need

  • 1lb of beef cut into strips (I usually use any left over beef/steak)
  • 1/2 of the following peppers: green, yellow, orange and red (for a great pop of color)
  • A few sprigs of thyme to taste
  • Half an onion
  • Garlic cloves (to taste)
  • 1 teaspoon of: parsley flakes, paprika, and cayenne pepper (only if you like spicy food)
  • Diana Sauce, soy sauce and VH stir-fry sauce
  • Olive oil



  1. Clean and season your meat (with salt, pepper… and whatever suits your pallet)
  2. Chop all your veggies
  3. Pull all your ingredients together in a corner (as pictured above) and start cooking



  1. Heat olive oil in a wok or large skillet over medium-high heat
  2. Throw in your beef, thyme and garlic. Cook and stir until the beef browns (3-5 minutes)
  3. Throw in the onions, and stir until translucent
  4. Add your peppers and spices. Stir until the vegetables achieve the tenderness you desire.
  5. Add your sauces, and keep frying for an additional 5 minutes