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Mongolian Beef
I have a dirty secret. Mongolian beef is one of my favorite things to order when I'm tempted to spend the night in, cozy up in front of the TV (my theoretical TV, since I'm one of those New Yorkers who doesn't have one), and just eat out of a box. A Chinese takeout box, that is. But, I've made a version here that won't require picking up the phone and that's a bit healthier, with the addition of green and yellow wax beans and some grape tomatoes on top of the usual bunch of scallions. Feel free to add in some sugar if you like the sauce a little on the sweet side. See all recipes for stir-fry. Click here to see Beef Recipes for Any Night of the Week
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Little Suzy Homemaker
From Cooking Light. Serve over wide rice noodles to catch the sauce.
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from USMongolian Beeffrom Yan Can Cook tv show3/4 lb flank steak, cut across the grainPlace in bowl and add2 Tb soy sauce1 Tb wine1 Tb cornstarchHeat up 1 or 2 Tb oil in wok and cook 2 large cloves of garlic minced, stirring, add meat and ...
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NavyDoc13
A staple of Chinese restaurants. This is one of the more popular dishes we serve at my parents' restaurant.
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Sue Lau
This can be made with other cuts of beef, but flank steak gives the best, and most authentic flavor to this dish.
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Light & Tasty
Find recipes for Mongolian Beef and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In a small bowl, combine cornstarch and broth until smooth. Stir in the soy sauce, hoisin sauce and sesame oil; set aside. In a large nonstick skillet or wok, stir-fry beef in 1-1/2 teaspoons hot olive oil until no longer pink. Remove and keep warm.
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from USMongolian Beeffrom Yan Can Cook tv show3/4 lb flank steak, cut across the grainPlace in bowl and add2 Tb soy sauce1 Tb wine1 Tb cornstarchHeat up 1 or 2 Tb oil in wok and cook 2 large cloves of garlic minced, stirring, add meat and ...
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Mongolian Beef recipe. Ready In: 30 min. Makes 4 servings 2265 per serving Ingredients: peanut oil, scallions, spring or green onions, ginger, beef, sirloin steak, water chestnut flour, egg whites, salt, cornstarch, ---, chili paste, chicken broth, soy sauce, dark, sugar, sherry
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Gingernut
I wanted to make JanRoundOz's Recipe #21444, but I also wanted to use up some cabbage. So I googled Mongolian and Cabbage to see whether the combination might be appropriate. I came across this Kylie Kwong recipe on a cooking blog. It looks yummy, and I love serving beef mince in new ways!
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YungB
This Mongolian Beef tastes very close to PF's Chang. I usually make this when I want some of their Mongolian Beef but I am tight on money. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do. It is a very quick and easy dish. Preparation time includes marinate time.
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Happy Hippie
After running across this recipe for Mongolian Beef on Allrecipes.com, I had to place it here for safekeeping and so that I can add it to my cookbooks. The first time I had Mongolian Beef was at a food court in one of the local shopping centers, and since that time, I've searched high and low for a recipe that looked as though it could rival theirs, and I think I've found it and can't wait to try it. This recipe could be dressed up or down depending on your tastes. It is definately a spicy dish and probably not something you'd serve children without revisions. The only thing I think I would add when I make it the first time would be sliced mushrooms, YUM! I think that I world serve with oriental noodles such as udon; it would also be very good served over rice.
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TeresaS
This is out of the 2004 edition of the KCTS chefs cookbook. It was sent in by the head chef and owner Charley Lee of the Golden House Chinese Cuisine Restaurant. In Mukilteo, Washington.
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