Impromptu want to make boiled meat slices, but found that there is no red oil bean paste, and there happens to be a spicy bag loved by children recently, so I used this Yinchuan flavor boiled meat slice. Personally, I think the taste is quite good!


200g beef tenderloin
1 bean skin
2 yellow bean sprouts
4 Xiaoke parsley
3 chives
3 small dried red peppers
A pinch of Pepper (about 15 grains)
About 60g spicy paste dry material
2 cloves chopped garlic
A little salt
A spoonful of soy sauce
A little cooking wine


Step 1
A collection of various ingredients. Here is a brief introduction to the spicy dry bag of Yinchuan snacks, chili noodles and dry bag made of various spices. Don't be frightened by its appearance. It's not very spicy but very fragrant

Step 2
Slice beef tenderloin, marinate it for a while with a small amount of salt, soy sauce and cooking wine

Step 3
Next, prepare other materials. Cut the bean skin into small pieces, clean and wash the bean sprouts, boil them in the pot, and cut the parsley into small pieces

Step 4
Stir fry a wok with peppers and dried red peppers, and dry slowly over low heat until the fragrance overflows

Step 5
Chop the roasted pepper and dried pepper, or roll with a rolling pin until crushed

Step 6
Pour a cup of water into the pot and bring to a boil. Put the spicy paste bag into the pot and bring to a boil

Step 7
Slide the beef slices into the pot, cook for a while, change color, and then add the chopped parsley, and then pour the boiled bean skin and bean sprouts into the pot to boil

Step 8
Put minced garlic, dried pepper and prickly ash on top of the dish

Step 9
Heat the hot oil in another pot and pour the hot oil into the minced garlic and pepper. I like it with a grin and overflow with the fragrance

Step 10
Add chopped chives and stir well. Enjoy it quickly. It's too much to eat.