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Orange-Scented Beef Stir-Fry

Fall 2004, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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Orange marmalade is the secret ingredient in this quick stir-fry. For variations, substitute chicken, shrimp, pork or tofu for the beef; adjusting the cooking time accordingly.



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"I loved this. I will definitely make it again. I also doubled the amount of sauce that I used and added a few more veggies into it (carrots and bean sprouts). The extra sauce also came in handy for reheating the next day. It turned...
Orange-Scented Beef Stir-Fry

14 Reviews for Orange-Scented Beef Stir-Fry

08/19/2014
Wonderful

Found this recipe the other day and made it for dinner. It was easy and flavorful. Everyone enjoyed it. We had leftovers which were even better the next day. I will make this again.

This was an awesome dinner to make.
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10/18/2012
Anonymous
This recipe is a KEEPER!

I found this rece just today and fixed it for dinner tonight. It was very good and everyone loved it! Because of the heat factor, I substituted plain tomato paste and exta garlic for the chili-garlic paste called for, and I added a can of baby corn (rinsed and drained well). I served it over brown rice and for extra crunch, I sprinkled sliced almonds over the top.

Great taste; easy to prepare; family lived it
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03/28/2012
Anonymous
It was really good, but...

How can I adjust the ingredients to serve 50 people??

Everything
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12/08/2011
Anonymous
Better than takeout!

I made this using boneless, skinless chicken breasts and my family LOVED it! I added a bit of red pepper flakes to spice it up just a bit. Absolutely fantastic.

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11/17/2011
not for picky eaters

Me and my roommate liked it but her fiance is a really picky eater and hated the cut of steak. so because there were 2 complaints i had to mark this down.

i love the sauce, fast to make, pretty cheap
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