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Old 03-13-2006, 08:42 PM   #11
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Here's one I found on Recipe Source that looks awfully good:

Title: Stir Fried Beef and Broccoli in Oyster Sauce

Yield: 4 servings

3/4 lb Flank steak 1 tb Soy sauce
1 tb Rice wine 2 tb Water
1 tb Cornstarch 1/8 c Vegetable oil
3 ea Cloves garlic, minced 1 ts Chopped fresh ginger root
6 ea Green onions, chopped 1/3 c Water
1 lb Broccoli cut into florets
1 x -----------sauce------------
2 tb Oyster sauce 1 tb Soy sauce
1 tb Rice wine 1 tb Cornstarch

Cut meat across the grain into very thin slices. Place in a bowl and
combine with soy sauce, rice wine, water and cornstarch. Allow to marinate
at least 10 minutes. Meanwhile prepare remaining ingredients and stir
together sauce mixture. Heat oil in a wok or large skillet. Add meat and
cook, stirring constantly, until meat is about 75 per cent cooked. Remove
and reserve. Scrape out pan if necessary and return to heat. Add another 2
tablespoons oil if needed and heat. Add garlic, ginger and green onions and
cook 30 to 60 seconds until fragrant. Stir in cut-up broccoli and add
water. Cover and cook 3 minutes. Re-add beef to pan and combine well. Add
sauce to mixture and bring to boil. Cook until thickened and beef and
broccoli are cooked through. Serve with steamed rice.
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Old 03-13-2006, 09:35 PM   #12
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Here's one I found on Recipe Source that looks awfully good:

Title: Stir Fried Beef and Broccoli in Oyster Sauce

Yield: 4 servings

3/4 lb Flank steak 1 tb Soy sauce
1 tb Rice wine 2 tb Water
1 tb Cornstarch 1/8 c Vegetable oil
3 ea Cloves garlic, minced 1 ts Chopped fresh ginger root
6 ea Green onions, chopped 1/3 c Water
1 lb Broccoli cut into florets
1 x -----------sauce------------
2 tb Oyster sauce 1 tb Soy sauce
1 tb Rice wine 1 tb Cornstarch

Cut meat across the grain into very thin slices. Place in a bowl and
combine with soy sauce, rice wine, water and cornstarch. Allow to marinate
at least 10 minutes. Meanwhile prepare remaining ingredients and stir
together sauce mixture. Heat oil in a wok or large skillet. Add meat and
cook, stirring constantly, until meat is about 75 per cent cooked. Remove
and reserve. Scrape out pan if necessary and return to heat. Add another 2
tablespoons oil if needed and heat. Add garlic, ginger and green onions and
cook 30 to 60 seconds until fragrant. Stir in cut-up broccoli and add
water. Cover and cook 3 minutes. Re-add beef to pan and combine well. Add
sauce to mixture and bring to boil. Cook until thickened and beef and
broccoli are cooked through. Serve with steamed rice.
That's one of my favorites, Constance. Copied/Saved. Thank you!
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Old 04-12-2006, 03:49 AM   #13
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I tried Yakuta's beef and broccoli recipe last night and it was excellent. Used about a half pound of round steak and while still partially frozen I sliced it as thin as I could get it. Get all your ingredients together beforehand and it's easier than falling off a log.
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Old 04-12-2006, 11:05 AM   #14
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No offense Shunka - but the baking soda thing is a restaurant trick used so that their pre/overcooked veggies look greener than their overcooking belies.

If cooking at home, there's absolutely no reason to have to resort to the baking soda trick.
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Old 04-14-2006, 07:45 PM   #15
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use a slightly frozen boneless top sirloin trimmed of fat, slice thin across the grain, 1/8 in.saute quickly in a little peanut or sesame oil, remove, set aside, and add at end of stir frying brocoli and vegatbles.or it will over cook and be tough.go to an oriental grocery (cheaper) and buy sweet soy sauce(thai) hoisen sauce(chinese) sweet chili sauce,use with oyster sauce, mirin(sweet rice wine)' chicken stock, corn starch,soy sauce to your own taste.if too sweet add seasoned rice vinegar, black pepper, garlic, ginger.combine sauce ingrediants to taste,add corn starch add to vegatables and meat.stir fry quickly,serve over rice.
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Old 04-14-2006, 09:13 PM   #16
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I've saved Yakuta's recipe, too. I love all the stuff in that sauce!

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