Also, added broccoli for additional veggies and was perfectly fine! Thank you Sabrina! Accidentally cut my steak strips a bit wide, so just needed to do 90 seconds a side but otherwise perfect! So tasty, will be making this again. I made this for dinner and family loved it.
It was a easy meal and the directions were easy to follow. Love making meals that are different and easy to make. Too much sugar. I liked it. But way too much dark brown sugar. Fantastic recipe! Easy to make. Family and friends say we may never eat this away from home again; begging me to make it more often. Great tip to freeze the meat for a bit before slicing.
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I served with egg fried rice with onion and about one cup of frozen peas and carrots mixed into the rice. I believe I got servings. Make some extra; the leftovers are as good if not better as the flavors meld together over a day or two!
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Thanks so much; feeling braver in the kitchen now! Absolutely gorgeous! Wish I had found this earlier. Added red peppers, a touch of sesame oil, onions and a handful of cashews. A definite keeper. So glad you enjoyed it! Thank you for coming back and letting me know how it turned out. I love the idea of adding the cashews too! So easy and delicious, my husband is very basic in his foods, while I am adventurous for new foods.
This satisfied us both, I added snow snap peas at end cooked about 3 min. This was very delicious i added onions and bell peppers to mine tho flavor is delicious easy to make had to cook again for range mental health clients they also loved it. The steak has fibers that run through it and you want to cut in the opposite direction those fibers are going against the grain. I hope this helps. I made this again! I had a vegetarian with us for dinner, so I substituted tofu for the meat in small cubes fried according to your directions with corn starch, and added seteamed broccoli, carrot, edamame and baby corn.
Your sauce made the vegetables sing! Thank you again for this amazing and very versatile recipe! I made this last night. When it comes to home-cooking, I am no expert. I called my mom from the grocery store, who told me to buy some green onions. Even with my two HUGE substitutions, this recipe was a success! Thank you for helping people, like me, prepare quick and easy…delicious meals for our loved ones. Green onions and scallions are the same thing. You might also find things called spring onions, which are similar but different. The confusing bit is that this is U. This was delicious!!
And amazingly all 3 of my kids thought so too! The sauce was amazing and crisping the beef was key. Also, popping the meat in the freezer for an hour or so helped heaps in slicing it. Great tip I saw here. Thanks for the recipe! I love when I hear the whole family enjoyed the recipe! I know how hard it can be to please everyone, especially kids! This dish is awesome! My modifications were only to add a bit of crunch and heat so I tripled the sauce, added carrot marchsticks, tiny broccoli florets, a few tsps of thai chili sauce and served over rice.
TY Sabrina! I made this again, but used extra firm tofu, mushrooms and mixed veggies! I pressed the tofu and cut it into strips. Coated it with cornstarch and cooked it like it was meat.
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Followed all the other directions the same. It came out amazing!!! Thank you so much for this recipe!!! Friend's Email Address. Your Name. Your Email Address. Save Recipe Print Review. Mongolian Beef 4. Mongolian Beef that's easy to make in just 30 minutes, crispy, sweet and full of garlic and ginger flavors you love from your favorite Chinese restaurant. Instructions Note: click on times in the instructions to start a kitchen timer while cooking.
Add the canola oil to a large frying pan and heat on medium high heat. If you need to cook the steak in batches because your pan isn't big enough do that rather than crowding the pan, you want to get a good sear on the steak and if you crowd the pan your steak with steam instead of sear.
Add the soy sauce, water and dark brown sugar to the pan and let it come to a boil. The cornstarch we used on the steak should thicken the sauce, if you find it isn't thickening enough add 1 tablespoon of cornstarch to 1 tablespoon of cold water and stir to dissolve the cornstarch and add it to the pan. Keyword: Easy Mongolian Beef. Made This Recipe? Send Me Recipes! Comments Comment navigation Older Comments. Wow, thank you so much for the compliment. So glad you enjoyed the recipe, and thank you for coming back and leaving a review! I am going to make this but use toasted sesame oil instead.
What do you think? Older Comments. As Seen On…. Pin Recipe Save Recipe. Sign Up Now. Share this Article Like this article? Email it to a friend! I made this for my sister and her husband last night for dinner. I cut back on the sugar and added a bunch more veggies. Per your suggestion, I also included a few tablespoons of your black bean sauce. The stir fry was phenomenal! My sister and I both have celiac disease, so finding your stir fry and sauce recipes have been life changing!
Thank you so much for your amazing recipes! I made this recipe today and it turned out perfect. The last recipe I used from another site was disgusting. This recipe turned out perfect. I will be making this often. Thank you for sharing. Hi, the closest substitutes are probably vermouth or madeira. It not, you can also use a dry white wine. A non-alcoholic substitute would be apple cider. I made this last night and the flavors were excellent.
Just for reference, I follow the recipe and also added a TBS of store-bought black bean sauce. So delicious!!! Only one complaint by everyone who ate it…it was just a BIT too salty. I personally love lots of salt, but there was way too much here, even for me. Any way to cut out some of the salt out of this?
You can try a lighter soy sauce next time or simply reduce the amount. Omg, this broccoli beef is fantastic! I made it last night, followed the recipe pretty much to the letter… I actually used Skirt steak, adjusted for the 1. Appreciated the quick and easy, but the sauce was a bit too sweet — more like japanese teriyaki vs.
I will definitely follow the rest of the recipe again as it was so quick and easy, and just make some adjustments to the sauce less brown sugar and maybe add some oyster sauce. Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe! This is the best and most tasteful beef broccoli recipe i have found yet! I found some black bean sauce at the grocery store down the Asian food isle and it made a huge difference!
The taste was out of this world! Making it again soon!
I love Asian foods, and yesterday I was craving some beef and broccoli. I found this recipe and thought I would try it. It turned out fabulous, one of the best tasting beef and broccoli recipes I have had the pleasure of devouring. Although, to my taste, it needed a little heat spicing, so to the sauce I added a little cayenne pepper, to my tasting. Sure, whatever you like for increasing the heat, experiment away! Recipe Rating. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Unless otherwise stated, all images, content and recipes are original and are the sole property of Kimberly Killebrew, daringgourmet.
No photographs or other content may be used without prior written consent. This post contains affiliate links. Jump to Recipe Print Recipe. Prep Time 15 mins. Cook Time 5 mins. Total Time 20 mins. Servings: 4 servings. Calories: kcal. Author: Kimberly Killebrew. US Customary - Metric.
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Instructions Toss the beef strips with the soy sauce and sherry. Set aside until ready to use. Combine the sauce ingredients until the cornstarch is dissolved. Add the onions, garlic and ginger and fry for another minute. Add a little more oil if necessary. Add the broccoli and fry for another minute or until crisp-tender. Stir in the bean sprouts.
Stir in the sauce and simmer for another minute. You may need to increase the cooking time accordingly. The ingredients are amazing and I bet this taste great. Especially with the lovely broccoli. I love this! I honesty cannot believe I have not made this, must make now! This is perfect for busy nights…but, fancy enough for guests too!
Such a classic dish — one of my favorites from when I was a kid! I am loving the saucy deliciousness of this!!
Looks so delicious. Stir-frying is an under-utilized technique. Bravo for showcasing it! This looks perfect! Stir-fries definitely are perfect for quick meals, Karen! Prep is everything in Chinese food. This looks wonderful! Great recipe! Making Chinese food at home is one of my favorite meals to make! I must try this one! I love making Chinese, too, Jaren!
Can you make this without sesame seed oil? Will it still be good?
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Wonderful, Jackie, thank you! Barley is a terrific substitute for rice! Add your Response Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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