I’ve heard a saying before “stewed beef with potatoes, the more you eat, the more you have”. Speaking of potatoes and beef, I always think this is a specific match of northeast cuisine. Because it is cold in Northeast winter, stewing high-energy beef with potatoes rich in carbohydrates can not only supplement energy, but also delicious. It is definitely a confidant of meat eaters.

Ingredients

200g beef (lean)
Three potatoes
10g beef powder
1 large bowl of hot water
Edible oil
Proper amount of fennel cinnamon
3 tablespoons raw soy sauce
1 tablespoon sugar

Directions

Step 1
Wash the beef and cut it into 2cm square

Step 2
Add boiling hot water to the pot and boil the beef (it can relieve the blood and fishy smell on the beef surface)

Step 3
Add boiling hot water to the pot and boil the beef (it can relieve the blood and fishy smell on the beef surface)

Step 4
Turn to low heat and add raw soy sauce, fennel cinnamon and beef powder respectively

Step 5
Stir fry evenly and simmer over low heat for 20 minutes (go regularly to see if the soup is dry and stick to the bottom. If the soup is dry, add a little water and continue to simmer), the beef is crispy, add sugar and boil slowly until the soup is dry, and then put it on the plate

Step 6
Wash the potatoes and cut them into squares of about 1.5cm (you can also cut them into shapes at will, just to make them look better)

Step 7
Pour 20g edible oil into the pot (if there are many potatoes, please add it yourself), add beef powder into the oil and melt it into the oil as much as possible (it will form particles, which doesn't matter)

Step 8
Pour the potatoes into the boiling oil and stir fry them until they are completely fried (fry until the skin is golden and the inside is soft and waxy)

Step 9
Add the potatoes and beef back into the pot, pour in about half a bowl of water, simmer slowly over low heat, and check it once in 5 minutes until the soup is closed, the potato skin is no longer crisp, and there is a feeling of powder, and the whole pot of soup thickens, so you can get out of the pot