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.
tiredfoodie Posted: 04/11/14
A family favorite. We will also sub chicken instead of beef, but the flavor is better with beef in my opinion. We also will add bean sprouts and chopped baby bok choy and quartered onions.