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This was okay but nothing special. Per other reviewers I added chopped onion additional garlic bamboo shoots and 1/4 tsp red pepper flakes. Still little taste and won't be making again. Thanks but no thanks.
Delicious! I eaten a lot of broccoli beef and I must say that this is a pretty good recipe! I scaled this back to serve two people. I used boneless beef short-ribs instead of beef round steak mainly because it is a softer meat and won't toughen up as it cooks. I also stuck the meat in the freezer a bit so it would be easier to slice diagonally with a kitchen knife. Earlier I par-boiled the broccoli crowns in order to cut down on cooking time and also to retain it's vibrant green color. I just added the broccoli to hot boiling water turned off the stove and covered it with a lid and let it sit for a minute before draining. To the sauce I added a little more garlic and grated ginger to suit my tastes. I also doubled the amount of sauce because i know we all like a little more sauce over our rice. I browned the meat in the hot skillet for about 2 minutes on each side and quickly removed it to a plate. I added the garlic ginger and flour/broth mixture and let it cook. I found that I had to add a little more beef stock to get the sauce to the right consistency. I added the meat back along with the broccoli. Within 5 minutes everything was done. The sauce is very tasty and savory with the right amount of ginger garlic and beef broth. It is not too thick or too thin. The meat is very tender flavorful and easy to chew. The broccoli adds a nice texture with it's crunch and green color. We enjoyed this dish served along with rice.
Excellent Dish. Very good flavor. A must-try. I added dried red chili pepper to add a little heat to the meal. I also used a little extra ginger a 1/2 tsp total and did not find it overpowering at all.
OK my intent to make as posted was very geniune but never came to that point. The outcome of the dish was delicious though. I ended up slicing my beef sirloin on the grain and marinating in the 2 T soy sauce indicated with the ginger and garlic. But I then I did not know how to folow the exact recipe so I did the following: to the marinating meat I added 1 tsp sesame oil and 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes Then I stir fried adding one can of beef broth mixed with 2 T of cornstarch and NOT the flour indicated on the receipe Added broccoli and let simmer. It was fabulous but not as posted but I wanted to share none the less. I used all of the listed ingredients just did it my way; I will give it 4 stars for ingredients but really needs the red pepper flakes.
Beef n Broccoli has always been my family favorite... For those of you who find this recipe a bit bland (like I did:P) try marinading the meat first with: 2 tablespoons oyster sauce 1 teaspoon hoisin sauce 1 teaspoon sugar 2 tablespoon sweet soy sauce (kecap manis) - if you cant find it use 2 tbs soy sauce and 2 teaspoon brown sugar instead 1 teaspoon sesame oil. Let it marinade for half an hour or so before you stir fry it. Adding one whole onion chopped in rings with the broccoli is also nice. If you want it more stir fry like just reduce the amount of broth used by half or more (and also the flour).
Easy... Yummy! I followed other's suggestions and used top sirloin steak... sliced it thin while it was still a bit frozen. I also added a handfull (will use 2-3 handfulls next time) of small mushrooms. I put the broccoli in the last 2 minutes because we like it a bit crunchy and not overcooked. Thanks for this super easy recipe!
Loved it! But... threw it all in the slow cooker on high for an hour and a half instead of a skillet. I doubled the beef broth and added a little water so the beef would be completely covered and I added the broccoli to the mix once the beef was cooked. I added toasted sesame seeds to the top when it what all finished and it was AMAZING!!!!
Rating: 1 stars
Terrible! Terrible! Terrible! This was not a traditional asian flavored broccoli and beef. This was a horribly bland flour-like and gravy over broccoli and beef.