Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Beef and vegetables stir-fry quickly to tenderness and are sauced with a classic broth, soy and garlic mixture."
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boneless beef sirloin steak or beef top round steak
1 (10.5 ounce) can
Campbell's® Condensed Beef Broth
Hot cooked rice
Quick, healthy, certainly easy, and delicious--and perfect for low carbers if you forego eating this without rice! I added rice wine to the broth/soy sauce mixture and fresh minced garlic to the vegetables. Stir fried all in sesame oil. I did use a sirloin steak--one "No Name" was perfect for just myself, sliced thinly and across the grain while still semi-frozen. I used mushrooms, broccoli, red bell pepper, onion, baby bok choy and bean sprouts. This cooking method is so versatile, however, that any number of meats and/or vegetables would be equally as tasty. Next time I might add some oyster sauce or hoisin sauce, although it is simply fine and fresh tasting as is.
This recipe was fairly quick and easy and uses lots of fresh veggies, but does need a bit more flavour. I used fresh broc, red peppers and carrots along with fresh minced garlic. I did add some red pepper flakes to the low sodium soy/broth and cornstarch mixture and then served over basmati rice.
The whole family LOVED this with no changes, even the uncle. All ages from 2 to 35 and everywhere inbetween. We will make this again for sure. Very good taste, very quick to whip up.
Anything that the whole family will eat, and there not be any leftovers is 5 star in my house. This was very good. For veggies we used yellow squash, zucchini, carrots, and red bell pepper. In addition to the garlic powder we added two cloves of chopped garlic close to the end of cooking. Hubby later admitted that he did add a little bit of red pepper flakes. We will definitely make this again.
Good, quick dinner. Tastes NOTHING like chinese food, but it worked. I cheated and tweaked just a bit. I had a huge bag of frozen Stir Fry Veggies from Costco. Used 1/2 the bag. Used 1/3 of a stick of butter and began cooking the veggies. Pretty much followed the recipe after that. Used other reviewers suggestions of adding a T. of Chili Flakes and a T. of jarred, crushed garlic. This was a good quick dinner. Would make it again. It is not even American-ized Chinese Food.
Not bad. Cooked the veggies a little first then added the beef (we like our beef medium rare) Added a little more soy sauce, used real garlic and a lot of onion. I used green pepper, celery and carrots for veggies.
I made some changes, I marinated my meat in soya sauce and fresh garlic. It was a hit with my family!
This was OK. It is pretty bland. I'll probably make it again but spice it up some.
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