Literary, “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen“.

Word in the streets is that am getting rid of carbs, bit by bit and its hard as a MF. Imagine not eating bread, or chapatis, fries, pasta in the eventuality of time?? The thought of it makes me cringe inside, it hurts. All that I have mentioned is “comfort food” and when cooked really good, its heaven. This is me ranting that I totally don’t like the idea of this whole carbs shenanigan diet, but I got to man up and do what a girl’s got to do to get my flat tummy back.

“How Cece got her groove  – flat tummy – back” is somewhat of a ticking time bomb. I have the right to stray once in a while I guess.

I’ve got a question for you, “Ever tried making if not eating dry fry beef with vinegar in it with lots of spices?” Well, you are in for a treat.

Making “Spicy dry fry beef with mixed veges”.


Prep time – 10 min   Cook time: 35 mins    Total time: 45 mins

Yields/serves: 2 pax

*Main Ingredients*


-200 g of lean beef {Cut into stripes}

-2 chopped yellow onions

-2 chopped tomatoes

-5 cloves of chopped garlic

-ground seasoning {salt, chili flakes of cayenne,paprika, black pepper}

-a dash of white vinegar

-3/4 cup of cooked mixed veges {yellow corn, carrots, peas}

-a dash of soy sauce

-2 Table spoons of hot & sweet ketchup

-2 tsp of choma sauce



  1. Season the stripped lean beef and set a side for 5 mins before cooking. Pre- heat the sufuria using butter. NB: Butter is a preferred oil while cooking since it doesn’t burn like veggie oil, and it adds flavor to the food. Add in the onions and garlic together, fry until they are translucent.


2. Add in the striped seasoned beef and combine. cover immediately. Let it cook with its steam for 15 mins straight.


3. Add in the tomatoes and combine them let it fry for 10 mins -while covered.


4. Add in the veggies, but just for 2 mins -{max} “You don’t want the veggies over cooked, but with color to the dish.


5. Season the mixture, then add in the liquid sauces + the white vinegar and combine – as it simmer for 4 – 6 mins.


NB: We need the meat mixture to be totally dry with no stew in sight.

When ready, serve immediately while still hot. My main aim of making this dish was to totally avoid carbs {carbohydrates}, but I eventually threw in the morning pancakes to “kinda” make the meal complete as well as for it to “Tame down” the spices.

“I love me some spices. I always give me the fireworks that I need in terms of low in fats, sodium and calories.”

Final outcome.


Spicy Love


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Comments ( 2 )

  • Faye

    Wow!!! so mouth watering! and such an easy recipe to follow. Thanks for sharing.

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