How To Make Beef Stir Fry With Mushroom


300 grams beef
½ of a bulb onion
20 grams heads of Allium Porum
1 teaspoon white sesame
2 tablespoons cooking oil
1/3 of a teaspoon salt
150 grams enoki mushrooms
1/2 of a carrot
2/3 of a teaspoon seasoning
1 teaspoon chopped garlic
¼ of a teaspoon pepper
½ of a teaspoon monosodium glutamate (MSG)

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How To Make Beef Stir Fry With Mushroom

  • Gluten Free
  • Low Carb

Beef stir-fry with mushroom – Yummy, soft and attractive

  • about 35 minutes
  • Serves 4
  • Easy


Beef stir fry with mushroom is one of the mouth-watering dishes that you can not miss. Mushrooms and beef when stir-fried together will create a hard-to-resist flavor, conquering even the most fastidious diners. The combination of the natural sweetness of mushrooms and beef makes the dish extremely attractive. Even the way to make beef stir-fry mushrooms can be modified with many different mushrooms to create a variety of flavors. Let’s find out how to make beef stir fry with mushroom right now.

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Cut beef into thin pieces. Also, cut onion, heads of Allium porum, and carrot into thin and medium pieces.


Marinade beef with chopped garlic, ½ of a teaspoon of seasoning, pepper, and white sesame.


Heat up cooking oil and add beef pieces to stir-fry within 5 minutes. After that, take them out and put them into a large bowl.


Next, add heads of Allium porum, onion, Enoki mushroom, carrot into the pan to stir-fry. Also, add seasoning powder into the mixture and stir well. Then, add beef into the pan to stir.


After that, add MSG to make the mixture tasty and then turn off the gas stove. Take it out and place onto a plate. What are you waiting for? Let's enjoy it now!


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