Friday, August 1, 2008

Beef with Broccoli

I know that this is not a Korean dish, but Munchkin loves beef and he loves broccoli. So obviously, this is one of his favorite dishes.



Get about 1/2 to 1 LB of beef. Use either flap meat or some other thinly sliced beef.



Cut it up into smaller pieces. Make sure to cut against the grain. Then marinade it with: 1 TB rice wine, 1/2 TB sugar, 1/2 TB soy sauce, 1 TB water, and 1 TB corn starch. You can then set this aside for about 15 minutes or so while you prep everything else.



Wash and cut up one bunch of broccoli.



Make the sauce mixture using 2 TB oyster sauce, 1 TB light soy sauce (gook ganjang), 1 TB dark soy sauce, 1 TB water, 1.5 TB sugar.



When you're ready heat about 1/2 cup of oil in a wok and let it get HOT! Add the beef and cook until the beef is done.



After the beef is cooked, set aside on a paper towel to drain of excess oil.



Meanwhile, clean your wok off with a paper towel and then add some oil and about 1/2 TB of minced garlic.



Throw in the broccoli, sauce mixture, and 1/2 cup of water.



Cover and let the broccoli steam for about 2 minutes.



Add the beef and then add a 1:1 mixture of corn starch and water. I added about 1 TB of each.



Let the sauce thicken and you're ready to serve! You can add carrots and bamboo shoots also if you would like~

12 comments:

  1. yummy! i will have to try this!

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  2. I tried it with chicken since that's all I had on hand and it was just as deelish. Now I need a pretty serving dish to present all the great dishes. ;-) Thanks again!

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  3. can i make this with sukiyaki beef? since its thin? =/

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  4. oh yeah & is the rice wine cooking sake or rice wine vinegar?

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  5. @sooshi - it's cooking wine (sake) and i think sukiyaki beef might be too thin, no? try it~ i'm sure it'll still taste ok~ =P

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  6. i made this with sukiyaki beef & it was too thin & the texture got mushy so i went & got some sirloin beef & added to it & it was delish! my hubby LOVED it~ thanx again for ur awesome recipes =)

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  7. Will be ve making this for the 1st time tonight. Can't wait it looks delicious. Thanks for the recipe.

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  8. Made this last night and my whole family was blown away with how delicious it was. I will deffinilty be making this again soon! Thanks so much for the recipe. : )

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  9. Made this today and it was so yummy! Kids ate all of their portions, including the onions and broccoli that were bathed in the delicious sauce! Was very good as an accompaniment to bap. I also had some microwaveable frozen chow-mein on hand and we all had very happy tummies tonight!

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  10. Great recipe! My husband and toddler loved it. Didn't have any rice wine but substituted mirin and left out the sugar for the beef marinade and still came out great. Will definitely make this again!

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  11. Thanks you! !for your recipes. .GOD BLESS YOU! !!!

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  12. I just tried this recipe and it's D E L I C I O U S!! Thank you for sharing it ;)

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