Take some beef fillet, lots of broccoli, onion, ginger, chillies, oyster sauce, and carrots if desired, get out your wok or skillet, and whip up our take on a fusion classic in 30 minutes.
Make a batch of Sichuan chilli oil and you won't regret it - there will be enough to make this spicy cold noodles recipe again, and to spoon some over your next meal of Chinese dumplings. If you're short of time, find a version of the chilli oil you like in a food store.
Salted fish divides opinion, but get over the smell and savour the taste. You'll need leftover cooked rice for this, ideally (isn't that what the dish fried rice was invented for - to use leftovers up?}
Once you master this easy dish, you can vary the seasonings to give it a Thai or Sichuan flavour, for example
To make this 15-minute dish better still, mix the meat with the marinade and leave at room temperature for about 45 minutes, or for several hours in the fridge.