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I typically cook for 2 + leftovers. I would block out 30 minutes to make this. The prep is what takes the longest.

INGREDIENTS:

  • -1 lbs of beef – I used a wagyu tenderloin because it was on sale at New Seasons but honestly, flank or top sirloin work the same. You’re going to slice it into thin strips
  • -2 small heads of broccoli
  • -3 tbs of oil – I use canola or vegetable
  • -1 inch of ginger (grated into small pieces) or you can dice
  • -3 tsp of garlic
  • -3 tbs of brown sugar
  • -6tbs of soy sauce (I use low sodium)
  • -1/2 cup of hot water
  • -2 tbs of corn starch
  • -1/2 tsp of black pepper
  • -1/2 tsp of chili flakes
  • -2 tbs of sesame oil
  • Sesame seeds for garnish (optional)
  • 2 cups of white rice

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. 1) Cook the rice to serve
  2. 2) Combine the: ginger, garlic, brown sugar, soy sauce, hot water, corn starch, black pepper, chili flakes and sesame oil in a bowl. Ensure the corn starch is dissolved.
  3. 3) Cut the beef into thin slices (thickness is up to you)
  4. 4) Wash and cut the broccoli into florets and stems (feel free to cut the stems down more)
  5. 5) In a large skillet or non-stick pan, add in the a tbs of oil over medium heat.
  6. 6) Add in the broccoli into the pan and sauté for a few minutes. Until the broccoli becomes brighter. I like a tiny bit of browning on the outside.
  7. 7) Remove the broccoli into a bowl
  8. 8) In the pan/skillet, add in another tbs of oil over a high heat.
  9. 9) Add in the beef (it cooks fast) so that each piece is touching the pan. If there is more beef that is okay, a single layer is all that is needed right now.
  10. 10) Flip when it starts to brown.
  11. 11) Turn the heat down to simmer.
  12. 11) Add in sauce (half if not all the beef was used) and broccoli (again, half if not all the beef was used)
  13. 12) Let it simmer for about 5 minutes (until the sauce starts to thicken)
    1. a) if the sauce is too thick, add a tbs of water until it’s to your liking
  14. 13) Move the mixture into a bowl and repeat if you have more beef.
  15. 14) When it’s all in the bowl, add a few dashes of sesame seeds over the top and you’re done!
  16. 15) Serve with rice and enjoy!

Try this out for yourselves, Babes!