Chinese beef with garlic sauce

Chinese beef with garlic sauce


1 pound flank steak or sirloin cut into small, short strips

1 tbsp cornstarch plus more as needed

1 tbsp sesame oil

1 tbsp garlic minced

1/2 tbsp Ginger grated 

2 cups broccoli chopped into bite- sized pieces

2 tbsp soy sauce

1/3 tsp garlic powder

1/8 tsp
1Cup rice cooked, optional, for serving white sesame seeds optional, for garnish green onion optional, for garnish.

tbsp- tablespoon
tsp - teaspoon

How to make this recipe

Spot hamburger in huge bowl and add cornstarch. Throw until hamburger is delicately covered, then, at that point put away. 

Hamburger strips in huge bowl 

In enormous skillet over medium-high warmth, warm sesame oil until it starts to sparkle, then, at that point add garlic. Mixing every now and again, cook garlic until brilliant and fragrant, roughly 1 moment. 

Garlic and sesame oil in a huge skillet 

Add ginger to skillet. Cook roughly 1 moment. 

Mix in meat. Cook roughly 4 minutes, then, at that point add broccoli, soy sauce, garlic powder, and pepper. Mix to cover. Cook until meat is sauteed and broccoli is dazzling green. 

Meat and broccoli in enormous skillet 

Eliminate from heat. Serve alone or over rice or noodles. Embellishment with sesame seeds and green onions (discretionary).

Chinese Garlic sauce made off :
The main ingredients are soy sauce, rice wine, sugar, sometimes oyster sauce, and a meat-based broth. You'll find variations with beef broth or chicken bslogan

Beef its what's for dinner slogan

It's What's for Dinner" is an American advertising slogan and campaign aimed at promoting the consumption of beef. The ad campaign was launched in 1992 by the National Livestock and Meat Board and is funded by the Beef Checkoff Program with the creative guidance of VMLY&R.

Mangolian rice

A delightful seared rice dish with heaps of veggies and flavor. Mongolian singed rice is a formula of Mongolian food. Mongolian food alludes to the neighborhood customs of Mongolia. The super mainland environment has influenced the customary eating routine of Mongolia, so the food of Mongolia fundamentally comprise of meats and creature fats. Singed rice is fundamentally begun from China however because of the geographic closeness and profound notable binds with China, Mongolian food is likewise impacted by Chinese cooking. You can track down the both Mongolian veg seared rice and Mongolian non-veg singed rice in pretty much every café. You can likewise set it up at your home. For Mongolian veg singed rice take a dish, add spread or oil to it, then, at that point add hacked ginger and garlic and saute them. Presently add the vegetables like broccoli, child corn, capsicum, red cabbage and carrots, then, at that point fry them on the low fire till they become delicate. Presently add the singed cheddar and cooked rice and mix , fry them alongside the vegetables. Add the hoisin sauce, salt, bean stew glue and ketchup. Blend them well and actually take a look at the flavoring. What's more, assuming you need to set up a Mongolian non-veg singed rice then, at that point add meat or prawn or chicken in the spot of vegetables. For the better taste attempt to serve this formula hot.


Basmati cooked 250gms

Broccoli Florets 100 gms

3 baby corns sliced

1 capsicum, cut in cubes(yellow, red, green)

Red cabbage 50gms, roughly chopped

Paneer cubes 50 gms,fried cottage cheese
1 tsp sesame seeds

3 Garlic cloves,chopped

1 inch Ginger, grated

5 ml hoisin sauce

1 tbsp butter

Salt to taste

50 ml tomato ketchup

1 tbsp chilli paste


In a hot dish, add spread and snap the sesame seeds. Then, at that point add the hacked ginger, garlic, saute and cook them. 

Then, at that point add the broccoli, child corn, capsicum, red cabbage, a sprinkle of water and cook on a low fire till they become delicate. Then, at that point add the seared curds, cooked rice and pan fried food alongside the vegetables. 

At last, add the hoisin sauce, salt, stew glue and ketchup. Blend it well and really take a look at the flavoring. 

Serve it hot for best taste.

Pictures of Mongolian Beef

Mongolian meat is a dish from Taiwan comprising of cut hamburger, regularly flank steak, typically made with onions. The hamburger is normally matched with scallions or blended vegetables and is regularly not hot. The dish is frequently served over steamed rice, or in the US, over firm singed cellophane noodles.

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