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RECIPE: TKG's Khmer-inspired Stir-Fry Beef with Pineapple

One of my most memorable meal in Siem Reap is at the Golden Coconut Restaurant where I had Beef with Pineapple.  Sharing with you here a beef and pineapple dish inspired by that meal in Siem Reap.


Ingredients:

300g slices of beef (tapa slices)
100g slices of pineapple (not too ripe)
1 medium onion, sliced
2-3 red chili (or Kampot peppercorns, if you have)
olive oil
salt and ground pepper, to taste




Rub the beef with salt and ground pepper. Set aside. Heat oil in pan (I used non-stick pan) and then add the red chilies and beef. Stir-fry until a bit brown and then add the onions and pineapples You can either cook the pineapples till its caramelized or just a bit so that it will still be crunchy. Remove from pan and serve. Bon appetit!



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