The sauce is the secret ingredient - a bit on the sweet side, but tempered by the broccoli. The family agreed: "Yes, make it again sometime." I really didn't follow the recipe very closely, but was pleased that it came out well so that I didn't waste 1-1/2 lbs. of beef. I didn't coat the beef in corn starch and fry it, I simply sliced it thin and browned it using olive oil spray. I also added sauteed, coarsely chopped onion (which I browned prior to browning the beef). I also used 4 cups of broccoli florets instead of the small amount listed. I decreased the ginger to only 2 TBSP because 3 seemed like an awful lot. A word of caution: If you use dried orange zest, only add about 1 tsp. instead of 2. The next time I make this, I will probably add a few thin, diagonally sliced carrots for additional color. So, maybe I didn't make this exact recipe, but the secret is in the sauce, anyway! :-)
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The sauce is the secret ingredient - a bit on the sweet side, but tempered by the broccoli. ...