Recipe by Becky
"Delicious teriyaki flavored steak tips! Any steak will do, but filet mignon gives this recipe an extra tenderness that you wont get with sirloin! Serve bread with this tasty appetizer, and don't forget the toothpicks alongside."
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filet mignon, cubed
green onions, chopped
I decreased the sugar to 4 tbsp. My husband and I both agree this recipe is DELISH! And I even forgot to add the wine. I used sirloin instead of tenderloin and marnited overnight since it's a slightly tougher cut of meat. It turned out awesome. I can only imagine what it must be like with tenderloin (my absolute favorite). I did add a carton of sliced mushrooms and cooked them with the meat. I also added a cornstarch and water mixture to the gravy to thicken it. Served it with Uncle Ben's original reciple long grain and wild rice and broccoli. Absolutely wonderful.
This recipe was not to my taste, I found the sauce too strong and sweet. It was OK.
For an extra touch add some sesame seeds to the final product. Tases great
this recipe is awesome!!! it's taste is so unique. i recommend for everyone to try it. for sweet tooths, adding a bit more sugar is good. also adjust soy sauce according to it's darkness. i used Amoy "gold label" soy sauce and it turned out to be excellent for this recipe.
Terrific recipe Becky! I used only half the sugar (2 TBLS white sugar, 1 TBLS brown sugar). As the meat was cooking, I steamed some veggies in the mircowave and when it was all done, mixed the veggies in with the meat and "sauce" and served over white rice! Great and filling meal!
Yum! I made a smaller portion of this with a cut of tenderloin I needed to use up. Some minced garlic and fresh ground pepper added to the already strong, but delicious, flavor (I didn't even marinate it for very long). Fried up some leftover rice in the same pan and wilted some arugala with a couple of drops of soy sauce and sesame oil - it made a great meal!
Very tasty tenderloin tips! I served this for dinner over soba noodles (I thickened the
sauce a bit with cornstarch and water). Topped it off with green onions.
We really liked this. But, I followed the recipe to a T and we did find it a bit sweet. Next time, as the previous reviewer, I will reduce the sugar by half...that should be perfect for our tastes. Also, like the previous reviewer, I combined the meat and the sauce with fresh, stir fried vegetables. Would have been great over rice, but we are trying not to eat so many carbs.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 92
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