First, you need to wash and dry your bell peppers.
Once they're dry, cut the bell peppers in half and then begin to thinly slice them.
After I finish slicing them, I set them aside on a piece of foil.
Now, add 2 or 3 tablespoons of vegetable oil for your steak in a pan. You should set your stove to medium heat, and wait for the oil to heat up.
As you're waiting for your oil, you will need to begin to slice your steak. Since this is a stir-fry the steak will need to be thinly sliced.
Once your oil is hot, you add in your meat. Stir the meat continously until your meat is brown.
Then, you will add in;1/2 cup of soy sauce, 1 tablespoon of sesame seed oil, 1 Asian stir fry seasoning packet, and black pepper (as needed for taste.) **I don't add any salt to this recipe, because the soy sauce is salty enough.**
In another sauce pan, I add black pepper and sesame oil to my peppers. I toss my peppers around on a medium heat until fork tender.
When my peppers are done, I set them aside off the heat.
Then, I begin to add my meat in with my cooked peppers.
In a pan, I add 2 tablespoons of cornstarch to my sauce, just to thicken it.
I pour my thickened sauce over my steak and peppers and allow them to simmer for about 5-10 minutes on medium heat.
This recipe is so quick, easy, and delicious, it's also a low-calorie dish. I like to serve it over white rice, but if you're trying to be more health conscious you can substitute brown rice or quinoa.