3 clovers of garlic sliced into thin wafers. small piece of ginger minced into tiny pieces. (optionally if you like hot) two red hot pepper cut into small pieces
half cup of water add the following and mix well: 3 tablespoons of soy bean sauce 1 teaspoon of sugar 1 teaspoon of black pepper 1 teaspoon of cornstarch
beef 500 gram (1 pound) cut into slices of about 5cm x 2.5cm 0.3cm thick (1" x 0.5" x 1/8" thick) mix well with 1 tablespoon of soy bean sauce and one teaspoon of cornstarch. put in a bowl.
two head of large leeks, slice diagonally into slices of 6 cm (2.5") long 0.8cm (1/3") thick. half head of red bell pepper (not hot) cut into strips about the same as the leek slices.
Several seconds later after the "bursting fragrance" action, pour the (marinated) beef mixture from the top of the Whizlid into the pan. Use a spatula (or Whizturner preferred) insert from the big opening and turn the content inside the pan for about 20 seconds or until the meat is about 80% cooked.
Turn the heat to low and take the beef out and put aside back to its bowl (keep the liquid part in the pan).
Turn the heat back to high. (optionally) add a tablespoon of vegetable to the pan. Wait some seconds or until the pan is hot again, throw in the vegetable from the big opening of Whizlid.
Stir fry the vegetable (from the big opening) for about one minute and then pour in "flavors/spices juice" then continue to stir fry a few more minutes till the vegetable is 90% cooked.
Pour back the beef mixture and stir fry some 20 seconds or so.
Turn off the heat, and remove the food and put in a dish and
Dinner is ready!
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