Delicious! I doubled the sauce ingredients and added mushrooms and some precooked zucchini and squash!!!
Wow - easy, quick, and yummy. Made tonight as written - maybe I added a bit more ginger than noted. Will make this many more times. Served over rice.
Outstanding!!!! I use a flank steak that I buy at my local grocery store that is already marinated and it seems to add a lot of extra punch to it. This dish has soooo much flavor, it's easy & great if you're following a low carb diet. I serve it with a small side of brown rice.
This is absolutely delicious! I used fresh ginger and garlic instead of bottled, and I used a flat iron steak that I sliced thinly against the grain. The meat was so tender, and the stir fry sauce is wonderfully flavorful, despite the fact that I cut back on the red pepper. (I'm not a big fan of overly spicy food.) It was so easy and quick to fix, I will definitely make this dish again. One serving (1/4 of the prepared dish) is 6 Points Plus if you're following Weight Watchers. I served this over 1/2 cup of baked brown rice, which added another 3 Points.
This recipe was tastey. A bit spicy at times, but still good. I added double the amount of spinach because we love it so much. I think the recipe would have been lacking if I hadn't added the extra spinach. We will make this again.
Easy dinner. I subbed the spinach for para-cooked carrots & broccoli, red peppers, & mushrooms (I was cleaning out the vege drawer). My only complaint is the meat gave off a lot of liquid which made the sauce runny. I served it with soba noodles.
I have made this numerous times with wonderful results each time. Fast and delicious. I add Sriracha to taste after the food has been plated. Serve with steamed jasmine rice.
Pretty good! A bit heavy on the sesame oil, and could use some more salt/heat, but of course that's personal preference. Would make again.
Cooked this for the first time tonight and loved it. I prepared this as written, except that I used fresh ginger and garlic. Served over brown rice. This will go into the regular rotation for weeknight meals. My wife said she especially liked the spinach in the dish.
Not a special occasion meal, but a great and very quick dinner. We left out the red pepper but added water chestnuts and swiss chard instead of spinach. The ginger and garlic gives it a really nice flavor and not too oily.
This was tasty - it's similar to the korean dish Bool Kogi- but the steps to the recipe are more complicated than they need to be. I simply made the sauce first, marinated the beef in it, then sauteed the meat in the sesame oil with the green onions and sesame seeds. I added the spinach during the last couple minutes, served it over brown rice, and it turned out great.
Followed recipe & ingredients; our changes made this not-so-superfast but still easy to prep. Sirloin was on special, so bought a steak, held it in freezer for about 45min to firm then sliced thin. Used fresh ginger & garlic. Subbed a bag of whole-leaf spinach (we washed, stemmed, tore) for baby spinach, again more prep but much less expensive & more flavorful. Steamed gyoza for appetizer, then the beef with white rice. Pretty good for a football-night supper. (edited to thank ChefSudy22 -- we had leftovers last night and LeanCuisine spring rolls -- great suggestion)
I added lots of veggies to this one (carrot chips plus a bag of fresh stir-fry vegetables) and served over rice. I doubled the sauce, but it didn't thicken like I expected it to. This dish just didn't have the punch or pizzazz I expect from CL's recipes. I won't be making it again.
will make again, loved the spice
Quick and incredibly tasty. I served it over some basmati rice, want to try udon next time.
This was quite good, fast & easy. I served it over udon noodles and added a little extra soy sauce over the finished product to boost the flavor since the noodles soak up a lot of sauce. I don't think I'd go as far as serving it to company but it makes a great weeknight meal.
This was DELICIOUS, but for some reason, I only got two servings out of this. I triple checked that I used the right amount of ingredients and I measured out the servings. Did anyone else run into this? I wilted the spinach completely, which took a little longer than 30 seconds, could that be why?
Hubby loved it, I served it with rice. Quick and easy recipe. I will most likely make it again.
This was really good. It came together quickly for a weeknight meal. I added a little more heat red pepper to it. Loved this!
Flavor is excellent--may need to make a double recipe for a family, but you won't be disappointed by this dish. We served over rice...like your local Asian restaurant, but healthy!
This recipe won me rave reviews. However, I had to tweak it to my liking. I took out the sesame seeds, ginger, and brown sugar. I used chili sesame oil to give it a spicy flavor and seasoned the beef with garlic salt and pepper. Also, I added sauteed mushrooms and pad thai noodles to it. It turned out fabulous. I served it to friends and paired it with Lean Cuisine's garlic chicken rolls as an appetizer. It was a wonderful meal that I can't wait to make again!!
I wanted to give it 4 stars but would not pick it to serve as a dinner event with friends. This was VERY easy for a week night dinner. I have taken to getting ginger in the tube rather than the fresh. It still works well. This is definitely a do over in our house.