Beef and Broccoli Stir-fry

  • KeysBet Posted: 07/21/10
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    I made this for dinner again last night and it was delicious. You can add other vegetables you like or any cut of beef you prefer because it’s the taste of the sauce that is a big part of what makes it good. I used flank steak thinly cut this time, but have also used sirloin. I also added sliced onions because I wanted to, but it’s great even without them. I served it over brown rice because I prefer brown. It’s a great fast meal, so go ahead and give it a try because it’s good no matter what you add to it.

  • slahomestyle Posted: 03/18/09
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    I have not made this dish yet but I would however like some more information and share some thoughts about this dish. In the pic it's showing carrots but yet in the ingredient list, NO carrots are mentioned? also, I can't think of a single Stir-Fry that does not have ONION? in the recipe... and yet this one does not call for ANY kind of onion? Anyone have any thoughts about how to

  • Alisims Posted: 03/31/11
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    Super tasty. I added just a bit extra soy sauce (it seemed kind of bland without it) but otherwise, it was very good.

  • puggsleyjr Posted: 08/19/10
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    To the person above me. How the hell do you rate a recipe when you have not bothered to make it?Keep your opinions to yourself until you make the recipe!!!

  • travelgal612 Posted: 10/12/10
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    This is so much better than the store bought stir frys! REALLY tasty!

  • PassionCooking Posted: 02/08/11
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    This was a great base recipe, but I added a lot to it. Once I added carrots, onions, and mushrooms, it was wonderful! I also added a little more soy sauce than called for and used reduced sodium beef broth.

  • Sandypapp Posted: 06/23/11
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    Delicious!!! Followed exact directions and it was wonderful.

  • WRodgers1 Posted: 08/29/11
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    I beefed-up this recipe a little (no pun intended) by adding carrots, yellow squash and green beans. Each was cooked as described for the broccoli-first stir frying for a couple of minutes, then adding water to soften. I also added the beef broth to the beef with ginger and garlic to marinade while the veggies cooked, reserved, and then added back to the beef with the corn starch after cooking the meat to make the sauce.Served with white rice on the side. My fussy 9 year old and very fussy 5 year old devoured it.

  • misso1 Posted: 12/04/12
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    Very Very simple to make. Taste great, the family enjoyed it. I added a little more ginger and some other ingredients not listed to kick up the taste a bit but after that, yum yum yum

  • robertaf Posted: 11/14/12
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    Very good. I thoroughly mangled the order of ingredients and neglected to marinate the beef. Still good.

  • lcremin86 Posted: 10/22/12
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    I made sushi last night but didn't realize i was short on the nori sheets until i already had 4 cups of cooked white rice with the vinegar dressing mixed in. Not one to waste i immediately thought of a stir fry. I've never cooked a stir fry or even made anything remotely asian... now i cannot wait to make this again. Absolutely delicious, SO easy, and extremely inexpensive. The sticky rice for the sushi added a nice zing with the vinegar too but i'm sure this would be just as amazing with plain rice. So happy i found this and didn't have to waste any food.

  • angela8827 Posted: 09/13/12
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    Good flavor, added zucchini, squash and mushrooms along with a bit of extra corn starch to help thicken the sauce. Added extra ginger as well, will stick to the recommended amount on that one next time. Company enjoyed it.

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