grass fed sirloin (or beef of your choice)
black bean sauce (jarred, your brand preference)
So, the black bean sauce I got, the instructions are... not in English. So I just did what seemed right, and decided to refrigerate it after opening. No idea if this was correct or not.
I slice the beef thin, and prepare the sprouts by cutting the root end off, removing the outer leaves and cutting them into halves or quarters as needed to make them all roughly the same size. I trim the asparagus of the woody portion and cut the rest into 3 inch pieces.
I heat chili oil in my wok or sautee pan until it's screaming hot, then I add the spouts. I brown them until they are nice and brown (haha!) stirring very frequently. Then I add the beef and asparagus at the same time, and stir, and then add black bean sauce to taste, and stir frequently until the beef is done, which is only about 5 minutes. I sprinkle on the sesame seeds and stir one last time with the heat on, then I turn the heat off and added a dribble of sesame oil, then served. I've also added the sesame oil straight to the bowl after serving. I served this with rice noodles to my husband, but me, I ate it without anything accompanying and was very happy.