This was a fast and easy weeknight dinner. Great flavors. It's very adaptable, I will add mushrooms, peapods, water chestnuts next time. I served on rice with cashews on top. I used flat iron steak because flank and skirt steak has gotten so expensive. It worked perfectly. Pros: Quick and Easy Cons: None
Delicious !!Yummy, my husband love it!!
Delicious !! Yummy, my husband love it!!
Very quick, and delicious! I used a frozen broccoli mix, slightly thawed. I did use sweet and hot chili sauce. My husband loved it, and so did I! I would highly recommend trying this recipe!
Easy, accessible, tasty dinner This was a delicious, healthy, satisfying dinner. I loved the flavor of the sauce! I saved a little money using frozen broccoli, and I skipped the ginger because I'm deathly allergic, but otherwise I prepared the recipe as written. I plan to make it again. Pros: Flavorful, quick, healthy, simple to prepare Cons: It's not for company, but who can afford steak for a weeknight meal?
Family-pleasing alternative to the Chinese restaurant This was a hit with the family, when served along side steamed rice. They finished their plates and wanted more. I liked that the recipe has lots of potential to tweak. If you want it milder, swap Mae Ploy (sweet/hot chili sauce) for the Sriracha. I sliced some tempeh up in similar size as the beef and cooked it alongside the meat, as a test. It turned out well, and could be a partial substitution to lighten it or complete to make it vegetarian. Next time I make the dish, I'll probably throw in a small can of water chestnuts near the end of the cooking for a little crunch. Pros: Cooks quickly after prep work which could be done in advance Cons: Numerous steps with beef and broccoli in and out of pan in sequence