I don't know what it is with me and Asian food lately. Maybe it's just that when you are trying to eat lighter, lots of veggies and rice sounds good. Anyway, so last night I made my first ever Green Pepper Steak. Not the first I've eaten, the first I've made. I think it came out really good and tasted like take out, only better. Of course.
I happened to have some top round sliced very thin in the freezer. I bought it back in November when I wanted to make some braciole and had about a pound of it left. (Speaking of braciole, there's this Italian restaurant called Sinatra's and they make braciole with pork and then they use it to make lasagna. Heavenly. In fact, it's only 9 am and I want to go there right now and have some. Right now.)
Anyway, I made the mistake of freezing the thin slices of top round all together, so I couldn't just take out a couple more pieces to make more braciole. I had to make something with all of it.
My husband had the bright idea of making some Pepper Steak and I remembered that I had that top round just looking to be made into something. So here's the recipe: