Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Simply delicious stir-fries start with Swanson® Broth, such as this classic featuring beef strips and crisp-tender broccoli in a soy and garlic-flavored sauce."
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boneless beef sirloin steak or beef top round steak
1 3/4 cups
Swanson® Beef Broth (regular, Lower Sodium or Certified Organic)
packed brown sugar
fresh or frozen broccoli flowerets
Hot cooked rice
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This didn't turn out so well for me. The teriyaki component was very subtle, even after I doubled the soy sauce and brown sugar. The primary flavor was beef broth and there was way too much liquid. I wouldn't bother with this one again.
DELICIOUS!!! I love Asian food and never tried making it at home till now! Thumbs up from the whole family! The only thing I did different to get a bit more of a kick I sprinkled some soy sauce over the prepared dish. =P Love it!
Don't know why it's called teriyaki since no teriyaki sauce is used. This was so easy to make and tastes great, as good as take out. I used frozen veggies. Cooked on low heat until veggies were done. Made two batches, one with cauliflower instead of broccoli.
This was fantastic! I made it exactly as the recipe states and it was delicious, my boyfiend just raved about it. This will definately be a staple in our house! I bought some frozen egg rolls to go along side with this and it was a great dinner, and way cheaper than take out!
I used plain water (didn't have broth), and it turned out just fine. Didn't quite have the kick that take-out does, but it's simple enough to add your own spices to taste to make it great. Also, my husband doesn't like soysauce, so I told him to sprinkle some brown sugar over the rice, before putting the beef and broccoli on it, and he was impressed with the difference that makes to balance the sauce out.
The whole family LOVED this with no changes. All ages from 2 to 35 and everywhere inbetween.
Made with chicken/chicken broth and it was great.
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