Thai Style Stir Fried Beef

Thai Style Stir Fried Beef

With Thai food I guess you won’t be wrong as most of them taste really good, I might be a bit biased here as I like Asian as well as spicy dishes but who does not. I guess another reason for me loving their dishes is that most of their dishes are nearly the same as the Philippine native dishes (not the Spanish inspired ones) and the only difference is the chillies that they add, so my taste buds just naturally agrees what I am feeding them. I remember when I went for a vacation before in Thailand I was surprised with what the street vendors are selling as they are nearly the same stuff we see in the streets of Metro Manila, things such as raw mango in salt but in Thailand it’s with chilli salt, chargrilled dried squid in vinegar dip but in Thailand its chargrilled with a very hot and spicy coating, tamarind candy which we dip usually in sugar but in Thailand they dip it in sugar with chilli, the list goes on; even in McDonalds or Burger King instead of catsup they serve everything with a chilli sauce condiment.

For this post since most of the Asian stir fries nearly taste alike I will make this dish Thai inspired to be different, so I will be using dried chillies and Thai Sweet Chill sauce as the base. A really quick and easy dish to make which will be ready before your rice cooks!


500g Beef Tenderloin, sliced thinly
15 pcs young corn, cut in half
1 large carrot, sliced
100g sweet peas
1 large red onion, sliced
6 cloves garlic
1 tsp ginger paste
2 tbsp Thai chilli sauce
2 tbsp soy sauce
6 pcs dried red chillies
fish sauce
freshly ground black pepper
peanut oil


  1. In a bowl, marinate beef in salt and freshly ground black pepper then set aside.
  2. Place a wok in high heat then add peanut oil, once smoking sauté garlic, onions, chillies and ginger.
  3. Now add the beef and young corn and continue to stir fry in high heat for 3 minutes.
  4. Now add carrots and sweet peas and continue to stir fry for 2 more minutes, sprinkle some water to give it moisture.
  5. Now add soy sauce, Thai chilli sauce and fish sauce, continue to stir fry for 1 more minute.
  6. Season with black pepper and serve with hot jasmine rice.


15 Responses

  1. Superb stir fry recipe Raymund.
    🙂 Mandy

  2. Yes, yes and more yes Raymund. I simply love Thai food and had a glorious time when I was in Thailand last month.

  3. Kristy says:

    My husband is dying for us to try Thai food. I don’t know that I’ve ever eat it, but if it’s anything like this I’m going to love it!

  4. Eri says:

    Its so easy, I have to try this! It seems that Thailand is my place to be, I adore chilli! Have a great week Reymund!

  5. Looks wonderful and I agree bring on the spicy.

  6. Mmm, this sounds really good! Working on a rendition of your Chicken Teriyaki that I am posting tomorrow, it turned out really good. 🙂

  7. ceciliag says:

    Thats the one! I love this recipe.. c

  8. PolaM says:

    I love thai food. When I went to Thailand there was really no lack of tasty options.

  9. foodjaunts says:

    I really love the use of baby corn in the dish with the beef – the colors of all of the vegetables are so pretty. Plus it’s spicy and I love spicy food!

  10. meri says:

    I’ve never used ginger paste before, it sounds like an easy way to add the flavor!

  11. Oh I love me some thai food.. and I LOVE this thai beef recipe. Your stir fry’s are absolutely wonderful

  12. This captures what is surely one of the highlights of stir-fries: lots of beautiful color and texture!

  13. quick and easy dish is a favourite for most moms who doesn’t have lots of time to prepare dinner.. nice…

  14. Quick dinner, especially a stir fry full of veg, is always on the top of my list.

  15. Nice and Easy!!! Love thai food. we prepare some good recipes without salt and oil. Good for diabetic and hypertensive people. Easy to prepare and easy to cook and still very tasty. Will post it next week. I am still looking for our pictures.

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