Delicious. Easy, spicy, and better than any takeout. Especially great with some brown rice.
Spicy Orange Beef
Mboddoo2 Posted: 03/06/11
amandagrace23 Posted: 06/23/09
I did not enjoy this recipe whatsoever. And I was so excited to make it too!! I have tried many recipes from this website and have had amazing success with most of them, so this was definitely a disappointment. Something about the flavor was off...my husband and I didn't even attempt to finish our plates. Better luck next time!
SunnyvaleLiz Posted: 03/07/09
It is really easy to slice the steak if you freeze it and use a Mandolin. I forgot the cornstarch, but it still turned out GREAT. I added some orange rind. Used chili power (will use a bit more next time) and will garnish with sliced scallions next time. My husband and I LOVED it. Will definatly make it again. I served it with sliced Napa Cabbage steamed wtih Soy Sauce and Sesame Oil.
GeorgeNC Posted: 06/24/10
I made a change or 2. No salt in the corn starch. Sirloin steak. No chilies or chili powder, use 2tbl Asian spicy sweet chili sauce. Fry the steak as directed, stir fry 2 cups snow peas with 2 green onions cut on the bias keep warm with meat. Make sauce as is. Reduce sauce till just thick. Add to beef and vegetables. Serve. This is so much better. I feel Amanda is correct the flavor is the chili powder. New Mexico meets somewhere in Asia.
Beverlycarlson Posted: 02/02/13
Made for dinner tonight. I agree the flavor is off. I used the ginger, its a must and the dried red peppers (chili powder just did not sound right). I also added chopped green onions. I would use only 1 tablespoon of the marmalade and add other veggies next time. I would also leave the cornstarch out. The beef seemed to heavy with it. Made the entire dish too heavy.