Quick Beef Stir-Fry Recipe
Busy days call for easy weeknight meals. Thin slices of beef sirloin are quickly stir-fried with colorful vegetables and soy sauce. Add some grated ginger for an extra bite.
A very simple Chinese stir-fry dish which is fabulous in taste. I saw my husband going for two additional servings of it and I had to remind him to leave some for the rest of the family! Serve with hot steamed rice.
Very easy and delishious! And my kids ate there veggies! I used Vidalia onions instead of green onions and added sugar snap peas. This is a great recipe that you can personalize to your liking! I wi be makeing this again.
Hard to rate this. Wife and son didn’t like it, daughter and I had seconds. I took several reviewers advice and added pinches of salt, pepper, a few red pepper flakes, and 1 tsp dried ginger. I still found it bland but others found soy dominated. Hard to win sometimes.
I love this, because it is the easiest starting point for any stir fry. I have made this several times, but tonight I made just a veggie stir fry using this recipe and just doctored it by adding a bit of butter, sriracha, more pepper and soy sauce to bring those meaty flavors back in that would normally come from the meat juices. Combined with some chicken fried rice, this is thebomb.com
This was the best. Just looked up beef and broccoli recipe and this recipe came up. Had everything for it. Quick and easy and QUICK again! Didn't use almonds and used teriyaki instead and over rice. Teenagers actually ate and liked their veggies and great recipe to add any veggie you have in the stir fry.
Doubled the recipe and used one red and one yellow bell pepper. Marinated the beef in teriyaki sauce for 1 1/2 hours before cooking. Still a little bland. Adding salt, pepper and more teriyaki sauce made it better. Next time I will probably try adding some other flavors to the mix, possibly fresh ginger and hoisin sauce. All in all, a good meal, just lacking flavor.
This is my quick "go to" meal when I need something fast and yummy. I use thin flank steak and it works out just fine . Ive made several times, sometimes with carrots, other times without (depends if my kids eat up all the carrots before I have a chance to cook it). Each time tastes just as good as the last time. Also, I use pre-cut frozen broccoli to cut down on prep time.
For a quick recipe this is as good as it is going to get.... relatively few ingredients, easy preparation, and healthy veggie component. If you have more time I would suggest marnating the beef with garlic, ginger, and some soy sauce, and sesame oil. Then you'll have a 5 star recipe.