This 1960s favorite has been relegated to the frozen food aisle, but it's easily made at home from scratch.
Why This Recipe Works
We wanted tender meat in our Pepper Steak recipe, so we thinly sliced rich-flavored steak tips and marinated them briefly in soy sauce to enrich their flavor. Simmering the stir-fried peppers with a little broth made them tender and removed any lingering bitterness. The tomatoes became too mushy and tasted too dominant if cooked for too long, so we reserved them until just before serving, then added them to our Pepper Steak.