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Asian Beef Stir Fry

(3 Votes)
SERVES
3
PREP
10 Min
COOK TIME
5 Min

This fast-cooking Asian Beef Stir Fry will be ready in no time. When the whole gang's hungry, this is the perfect meal to whip up quickly.

What You'll Need

  • 1 pound boneless top sirloin
  • 2 tablespoons peanut or vegetable oil
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 (16-ounce) package frozen broccoli stir-fry vegetables, thawed
  • 1/4 cup oyster sauce or teriyaki sauce
  • Warm cooked rice

What to Do

  1. Slice meat diagonally across grain into very thin strips. Pour oil around top of a preheated wok or large nonstick skillet, coating sides; heat at medium-high (375 degrees) until hot. Add meat and garlic; stir-fry until browned.

  2. Add broccoli stir-fry vegetables and oyster sauce to wok; stir-fry 5 minutes or until thoroughly heated. Serve over warm cooked rice.

Notes

As you start this stir-fry, put on the water for quick-cooking rice. Supper's ready when the stir-fry sizzle simmers down!


Ratings & Comments

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What a terrible recipe. Maybe it is because it an Asian recipe and not a real Chinese recipe. Chinese never use frozen vegetable and quick cooked rice. Use fresh vegetable and regular rice. Set the wok or skillet in high heat and only put the meat in when the oil is smoking and not before. And put the oyster sauce in only when the meat is 75% cooked. The reason the food tastes better in an authentic Chinese restaurant is because they can cook the food in real high heat in their kitchen. And the recipe leave out the part of the thickening mixture.

You can certainly use fresh vegetables and the rice of your choice. However, this recipe is a meal that you can get on the table quickly. There are nights when we need a meal with shortcuts, and this is one of them. Thank you for your comments.

Super! I used asparagus instead of broccoli. Easy to cut the meat thin if you partially freeze it first.

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