Japanese Beef Stir-Fry

Japanese Beef Stir-Fry

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"Made this tonight, and it was easy, and delicious. I did have to make a sauce to add some moisture to the dish, and to make it better with rice. My sauce:
1T Soy Sauce, 1T Cornstarch,
Approx. 1/2 C beef broth. Mix and add as the last ingredient. Stir in well, and serve."

- hatfiela

Top-ranked recipe named "Japanese Beef Stir-Fry"

4.4 avg, 16 review(s) 94% would make again

Ingredients

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1/2 firmly-packed ts Light brown sugar
1 lg Red bell pepper; cored, seeded and thinly sliced
1 tb Peanut oil; or vegetable oil
12 oz Beef flank steak; partially frozen
1 cl Garlic, fresh; crushed
12 oz Fresh Chinese pea pods; OR
1 ts Ground ginger
1/8 ts Crushed hot red pepper
1 tb Soy sauce
1 tb fresh ginger root; chopped, or
1 lg head escarole; Coarsely chopped
1 sm Onion; thinly sliced

Original recipe makes 4

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Preparation

Using a sharp knife,held almost parallel to cutting surface,cut partially frozen flank steak into very thin slices.In 12" skillet over medium high heat,heat oil;add beef;cook 2 to 3 minutes,stirring frequently until browned.Using slotted spoon,remove meat to plate; keep warm.To drippings in skillet,add red bell pepper,onion,ginger, garlic and crushed red pepper.Cook about 4 minutes,stirring constantly until vegetables are crisp-tender.add pea pods,escarole,soy sauce and brown sugar.Cook about 1 minute,stirring constantly until pea pods are heated through and escarole is wilted.Stir beef into vegetables. Makes 4 servings.

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Turned out great! photo by colleen_bates_9 colleen_bates_9

photo by Ruthdsouza13 Ruthdsouza13

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I Liked it. It came out better than expected! I was expecting the sauce to be a bit more of a glaze than a gravy but maybe its the way it came out for me....other than that tasted great :) made this over some rice and left our some veggies (allergies) lol but yummy!
nikolemariemarek 3 months ago
a little too much soy sauce... Added yellow n green peppers n extra ginger... Was finger licking delicious...
Ruthdsouza13 6 months ago
It was delicious and very easy to make. Used broccoli instead and added green and yellow bell peppers instead of snow peas. Toward the end added some teriyaki sauce and really liked it. Husband loved it so will definitely make it again!
ivetteestrada 6 months ago
Didn't use pea pods but taste was good. Just enough of every spice to marry well!
colleen_bates_9 8 months ago
I was confused by the picture, what I made looked nothing like it. Was slightly disappointed when I realized it wasn't going to have a sauce like that, but it was good.
amy_d_clark 11 month ago
Don't know if I prepared this meal wrong or its just my personal taste but it is not a favorite of our house.
slifeapotomous 11 month ago
I would definitely make this Japanese dish again! My partner was absolutely happy with, of course while making it I added a little bot more of brown sugar! But overall was delicious!
Sarakitchen29 1 year ago
Loved it! Picky Hubby liked it, too, which is a statement in itself!
Libbyjulian 1 year ago
Was good! I added more ginger & used broccoli. :)
Jenjennifer 1 year ago
Made this tonight, and it was easy, and delicious. I did have to make a sauce to add some moisture to the dish, and to make it better with rice. My sauce: 1T Soy Sauce, 1T Cornstarch, Approx. 1/2 C beef broth. Mix and add as the last ingredient. Stir in well, and serve.
hatfiela 1 year ago
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