Beef and Broccoli with the Best Sauce (VIDEO)
Beef and Broccoli is an easy, 1-pan, 30-minute meal that is loaded with fresh broccoli, tender nutrition-packed beef, and the best stir fry sauce. Thank you to Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner. on behalf of the Beef Checkoff for sponsoring this recipe which is perfect for the busy back to school season.
Stir fry recipes like our Beef Stir Fry and Fried Rice have become reader favorites because they are fast and healthier than going out. This Beef and Broccoli Recipe definitely satisfies the craving for takeout. Watch the video recipe below and see how easy it is!
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Beef and Broccoli Recipe:
Beef is delicious and protein-packed to give you the sustained strength you need to get through the back to school season. We also made sure to add plenty of broccoli for a balanced meal. Beef is so versatile for stir fry. You can add your favorite vegetables to this recipe like snap peas, bell peppers, carrots, and even mushrooms.
What is the Best Cut of BEEF for Stir Fry?
The best beef cuts for stir fry are tender and lean. We love Flank Steak which is lean and easy to chew when thinly sliced against the grain. More great beef cuts for stir fry include:
How to Make Beef and Broccoli:
This recipe moves fast and comes together in 1 skillet, so you want to have all of your ingredients prepped and ready to go before you fire up the stove. It is just 6 steps in one skillet!
- Slice beef strips
- Make stir fry sauce
- Cook broccoli and remove from pan.
- Cook beef
- Add stir fry sauce
- Return broccoli to the pan
The Best Beef and Broccoli Sauce:
Many stir fry recipes have gone wrong with a poorly made sauce. We tested this recipe over and over until we arrived at the perfect balance of sweet and savory. For the best stir fry sauce:
- Use low sodium soy sauce (or Gluten Free Tamari)
- Use the right amount of fresh ginger – it has strong flavor so don’t overdo it.
- Do not skip the sesame oil as it gives authentic flavor
- Simmer sauce at least 3 minutes to mellow out garlic and ginger
- For a thinner sauce, add 2 Tbsp water at the end
How to Ensure Tender Beef?
The right cut (see list above) can make all the difference in a stir fry. Here are our best tips to achieve tender beef:
- Freeze steak 30 minutes for easier slicing
- Use a sharp knife to cut super thin slices against the grain
- Add steak to a HOT skillet to sear and seal in juices
- Don’t overcrowd the pan or it cools quickly and will steam cook
Can I Make Beef and Broccoli Ahead?
This saucy beef and broccoli recipe reheats really well so it’s perfect for weekly meal prep and to-go lunches for school and work. The protein and nutrients found in beef give you and your family the strength and energy you need to get through the busy school season.
For meal prep: add cooled rice to a heat-safe container and top with the Beef Broccoli Stir Fry, then cover and refrigerate until ready to heat and serve (Beef and Broccoli can be refrigerated up to 4 days).
How to Pack a Hot Thermos:
Pack a hot thermos in the morning and it will be warm at lunchtime. A hot thermos can keep food hot for 5 hours before it’s eaten, and this Broccoli Beef is the Best. School. Lunch. Ever!
- Heat the thermos first by filling 3/4 full with boiling water (do not overfill), cover with lid and let sit 5 min and drain just before adding food.
- Meanwhile, heat food to 165˚F. Place into the heated thermos and close with lid.
More Beef Recipes that Reheat Well:
Any recipe that reheats well can be used for meal prep, school and work lunch. This is a great list to help you get through the back to school season.
- Lasagna – beefy, cheesy and leftovers are just as good
- Beef Chili – hearty and satisfying
- Buckwheat Beef Pilaf – with tender morsels of beef
- Easy Taco Soup – a fun alternative for Taco Tuesday
- Spaghetti Meat Sauce – also freezes well!
Watch Natasha Make Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry:
I hope this Beef Broccoli Stir Fry video recipe becomes a favorite for you. It’s such a treat to enjoy home cooking when you’re on the go. For more great beef lunch ideas, visit Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner.
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Beef and Broccoli Recipe
Beef and Broccoli is an easy, 1-pan, 30-minute meal that is loaded with fresh broccoli, tender nutrition-packed beef, and the best stir fry sauce. We love this over steamy white rice.
Beef and Broccoli Ingredients:
- 1 lb flank steak, very thinly sliced into bite-sized strips
- 2 Tbsp olive oil , (or vegetable oil), divided
- 1 lb broccoli, (cut into 6 cups of florets)
- 2 tsp sesame seeds, optional garnish
Stir Fry Sauce Ingredients:
- 1 tsp fresh ginger, grated (loosely packed)
- 2 tsp garlic, grated (from 3 cloves)
- 1/2 cup hot water
- 6 Tbsp low sodium soy sauce, (or GF Tamari)
- 3 Tbsp packed light brown sugar
- 1 1/2 Tbsp corn starch
- 1/4 tsp black pepper
- 2 Tbsp sesame oil
Prep: Start cooking white rice first so it's ready when the stir fry is done. Cover and freeze steak 30 minutes for easier slicing.
Combine all stir fry sauce ingredients in a bowl, stir well to dissolve the sugar, and set aside.
Place a large skillet over medium heat and add 1 Tbsp oil. Add broccoli florets and sauté 4-5 minutes, partially covered with lid, stirring or tossing several times until broccoli is bright green and crisp-tender then remove from pan. Tip: If you prefer softer broccoli, add 2 Tbsp water before covering with the lid and it will steam cook the broccoli.
Increase heat to high heat and add 1 Tbsp oil. Add beef in a single layer and sauté 2 minutes per side or just until cooked through. Quickly pull out a piece to test for doneness.
Add the sauce, reduce heat to medium/low and simmer 3-4 minutes. It will thicken. Add broccoli and stir to combine. Stir in 1-2 Tbsp water to thin the sauce if desired. Serve over white rice.
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I love your recipes and find that we often want to add them to our menu of things we want to cook. The one thing I wish is that when I pin it and put on my want to cook again list, it would be helpful if the picture had a name of what the dish is. That way I wouldn’t have to read and see if that is what I was looking for. Thanks so much Becky
Thanks for your suggestion, Becky. I hope you’ll love all the recipes that you will try.
This is delicious. I followed the recipe exactly and the broccoli and sauce were especially good. Somehow my beef tough. I was really careful not to over cook it. I cut it very thin and I wondered if it’s possible for it to be too thin? Otherwise fantastic and so easy and quick! Thank you!
That could be, maybe experiment with it next time, sear it less so it does not overcook.
All beef will cook differently. As the laziest possible option: I used stew beef, straight out the freezer frozen into a 1lb block, air fried it to thaw, broke it apart and seared it in the air fryer for a crisp outside but only about med-rare inside, cut it up with shears into smaller pieces (frokable sized chunks) put THAT into the Insta and cooked that per the recipe (10/10). Meanwhile, cooked the (lightly oiled) broccoli in the air fryer until soft but not crispy. Everything finished at the same time to add the conrstarch and thicken while i popped in the broccoli. Point? the stew beef is some of the toughest meat out there but by mechanically “digesting” it” beforehand – cook, cut, pressure cook, I was able to get in minutes what would have taken a lot longer otherwise. If I had steak? No way that would have been necessary, know what you’re cooking with and know how to cheat (without grandmas meat tenderizing hammer)
If you velvet your meat first (baking soda + water), your beef will stay tender.
Did you perhaps cut with the grain of the flank, accidentally?
Hi Natasha, Can I use frozen broccoli & how do you recommend cooking it? Thank you so much.
Hi Jessica, I think that would work fine. One of my other readers said they used frozen broccoli but cooked it separately before adding it in towards the end. I would steam or sautee the broccoli. I hope that helps.
I’ve used this recipe twice and I absolutely love it! The taste is amazing and pretty easy to cook. Everything happens so quickly and takes me about 15 minutes. This is my go to recipe .
That’s awesome feedback, thanks a lot for sharing that with us!
Thanks Natasha your recipe is amazing, easy fast practical no using lots of pans 🙂 it’s soo delicious. The best Broccoli Beef Recipe. I checked them all. 🤩 easy to cook for old and young
Aww, that’s the best! Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Maria!
Loved the recipe! Doubled the ginger and garlic. Added onion and bell peppers!
Will for sure make again!
That’s just awesome! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review, Ashley!
I made this before and am gathering ingredients to make again. Will double sauce this time. Made a second sauce batch after the fact because it really makes the meal. The meat I use is deer back strap. Excellent meal.
This was much better than takeout. I followed the recipe exactly. Will be making again.
That’s just awesome! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review, Lauren!
The recipe was a hit! My 3 year old daughter loved it, but not as much as the video she requests to watch every day, on repeat! “I want to watch the woman make brock-a-lee.” 🙂
That is the best when kids love what we parents make. That’s so great!
My family’s favorite beef and broccoli recipe ever! I didn’t have sesame oil so I just used vegetable oil instead, and it still turned out great. 🙂 I also love onion so I added one chopped onion when I added the broccoli.
That’s great! I’m happy it worked out and was enjoyed!
This is so delicious! To stay in my beef budget I used chuck steak and it worked very well. I julienned some sweet peppers I had in the frig and tossed them in with the broccoli. The sauce was so wonderful. I omitted the sesame oil because I don’t like it and in place I added 2 T of Thai sweet chili sauce. I will definitely be making this often and I need to spend some time on your site and try some more recipes of yours : ) Delicious!
Sounds great and good to know that the substitutions that you used worked well too. Thank you for sharing that with us, I hope you’ll love all the recipes that you will try.
This was delicious! The tip about freezing the meat for a while to help get thin slices worked perfectly. We are not big fans of broccoli so I used snow peas and thinly sliced bell pepper. Our 12 years old said “this is so good. We HAVE to have this again”. I didn’t even eat the rice because the beef and veggies in the sauce were so yummy!
Yum! I am so glad it was a hit! I know that kids can be picky eaters so that’s a win for sure! Thank you for the review.
Amazing Recipe! Better than a restaurant! My husband had thirds and my friends all had seconds. I got so many compliments! I made it GF by using GF Soy Sauce.
That’s just awesome! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review, Christie!
Delicious stir fry! It came together quickly and easily and the flavor is phenomenal!
Isn’t it the best! I’m so glad you loved it, Marisol!
Made this recipe for a quick Tuesday night meal and it is so good!!! Packed full of flavor and my husband and children love it! Will be keeping this recipe in the books to make again!
Good to hear that the recipe was a huge hit! Thanks a lot for the review, Joy.
If I don’t have low sodium soy sauce. Would I just half the amount required?
Hi S, If using regular soy sauce, definitely cut it down and add to taste.
I just made this tonight. It came out really well and very similar to what we’d expect at a restaurant. The sauce came out a bit thicker than I wanted, so I added a little water at the end to loosen things up, which did the trick. I think next time I would use 1 T corn starch instead of 1.5 T. I added a couple of Thai chilis for some heat, which worked nicely, and some carrots.
Sounds good, Larry. Feel free to make some adjustments according to your preference. Good to know that you enjoyed this recipe!
I made this recipe for the first time and I have to say the sauce was delicious! My only issue was that the beef was tough. I couldn’t find flank steak so I used London Broil which was supposed to be close to the same as flank steak. Any suggestions?
Hi Charlotte, London Broil is a very tough cut of beef and is not ideal for this recipe.
OMG. That sauce!!!! I was licking the bowl!!! I wish my flank steak wasn’t so tough, but I will probably tenderize it first the next time. Oh, yeah – there will be many “next times”!!!
That sounds like a great plan, Lauri. I hope it becomes your new favorite!
Made recipe and I received lots of compliments. It turned out like something you would get in a nice restaurant. I would definitely make again
That’s the best! I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
Can I make the stir-fry sauce in advance, or does it have to be made and used then and there?
Hi Evelyn, we prefer it all fresh!
I marinaded the beef for an hour in some soy and sesame oil added a little corn starch and baking soda. I followed your recipe and the wife and I really liked it, it’s a keeper, thanks jack
Sounds perfect, Jack. I’m happy that you both liked this recipe!
Was delicious! Will be making it more often!
My 97 yo Mom loved it too.
I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you for the wonderful review, John!
Was a little hesitant about making this dish because I thought I wouldn’t like it. It was super yummy! Used wagyu steak strips & I did double the sauce because I thought it wouldn’t be enough but I probably didn’t have to. Better than take out or any beef & broccoli dish I’ve had from a restaurant. Will be making it again & again! I’ll also be checking out other recipes.
We always say homemade is bet! I’m so glad you loved this! I bet it is so good with Wagyu!
I want to try making this. Do you think I could add water chestnuts to this and when would I add them? Thanks!
Hi MB, I bet that could work great here! I hope you love this recipe!
Wow, amazing flavor. The only thing i done different was I used Munk fruit sweetener and I put it over cauliflower rice.
Sounds good, I’m glad that worked out well and you enjoyed the result!
This is better than beef & broccoli. Thank you so much. The sauce is perfect. I used Mushrooms for my meat & added zucchini & squash. The sauce is amazing!
I’m so glad you loved it, Tammy!
Holy deliciousness, Batman! This dish is fantastic! No need to order take out! I make it exactly as written except without ginger! The dept of this delish is👌Thank you Natasha for another home cooked home run! You make my family very happy with your recipes!
Aaaw, that is such a sweet comment, it means a lot to me. Thank you for the review!
Made this last night. It was a huge hit. I’d recommend doubling the sauce. I had 1.5 lbs of meat and it took all the amazing sauce! Yummy!
Isn’t it the best! I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you for the wonderful review!
When I went to sauté the meat, halfway through cooking, their was a lot of liquid and it was more like boiling it. Don’t know what I did wrong.
Hi Wilene, it sounds like you had too much beef for the size pan used. When the chicken is crowded, it boils out the juices instead of searing it. I recommend either using a larger pan or cooking the beef in batches. I hope this is helpful!
He is talking about beef as this is in the beef and broccoli recipe. Why did you mention chicken?????
Hi Lois, my mistake, I meant to say beef.
Cook the meat in batches. If put all the meat in at once you will be steaming it
This was so delicious, thanks for the great recipe! I made it exactly as shown and it turned out beautifully.
You’re welcome! I’m so happy you enjoyed it, Alison!
This sounds great! I’ll be making this tonight, but plan to add about a cup of sliced mushrooms. When would you add those in the process, and what would be the new calorie count?
Hi Lisa, I haven’t tested that but it sounds like a great addition. Here’s what one of our readers wrote “Tried the beef and broccoli recipe tonight (substituted the beef for chicken and added some mushrooms and carrots) and it was AMAZING. The sauce was perfect! Will definitely make this again.” I hope that helps.
Another great recipe! Hubster approved – adding to the rotation.
That’s just awesome! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review, Denise!
This is the best chineese food recipie I have ever made myself at home! My family loved it. Will be looking at the others for sure. Thank you!
You’re welcome! I’m so happy you enjoyed it, Farah! Thank you so much for sharing that with me.
Was easy and delicious will be adding to the list of weekly dinners thank u Natasha
I am so happy you loved it! Thank you for the great review.
Made this tonight… slight variation — I added onions (sautéed for a few mins before adding the broccoli) band threw in cashews at the end… and it was delish. The family loved it!
Thank you so much for sharing that with me.
Delicious, simple, and healthy! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! It was SO filling and so quick to whip up! Better than restaurant-quality! We served over egg noodles and it was amazing.
Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Lauren! I’m so happy you enjoyed that.
Just made this tonight and the sauce was delicious. Tasted better than take out and there was xtra sauce for the rice. I did add a little oyster sauce in place of some of the soy sauce but that’s the only sub I made.
Hello Karen, great to hear that you enjoyed this recipe. I always prefer homemade compared to take out so totally agree!
This recipe is absolutely amazing! The only three things things I did differently was using hot beef stock instead of hot water, added red pepper, and I did not freeze the flank steak. If you buy fresh, good quality flank steak and own a very sharp knife, freezing beforehand isn’t necessary. I did double the recipe, and there were no issues at all. For a side dish, I made an Asian cucumber salad. I definitely recommend watching Natasha’s video before doing anything. It is super helpful and shows you the importance of having everything prepped before placing anything into the pan. Thank you so much for this recipe, Natasha! 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Rachel! I’m so happy you enjoyed that.
Best Beef and Broccoli recipe I’ve ever made! Definitely going to print this recipe and make it again!
That’s so great! It sounds like you have a new favorite!
It doesn’t get any better than this. Quick and simple to make and absolutely delicious. I added a red bell pepper to my dish. Kept the sauce as written. Will definitely be making this again.
That’s awesome feedback, Heather. Thank you for the review!
❤️This is on point. My only change was that I doubled the sauce. (We love the sauce!)
Better than the restaurants.
Best beef and broccoli I’ve eaten and amazingly I actually cooked it!
Wow! Thank you. You are my go to for recipes every time!
Thank you for your great comments and feedback. I hope you’ll love all the recipes that you will try from my website.
I made this tonight and it was delicious. I added some crushed red pepper flakes and it was better than any I’ve had in any restaurant. Definitely will make this version from now on. I might open a food truck and sell it!!!
Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Darrell! I’m so happy you enjoyed that!
Very good I added some Sliced Onion and Mushrooms, but It was a bit too Salty for me. I will cut back on Salt next time.
Thank you so much for sharing that with me.
Very good recipe! Love the sauce. I’ve been making two different beef and broccoli recipes for 40 years and this sauce is better than both of my go to recipes. I add onion, peppers and mushrooms to broccoli if I have on hand. A new favorite!
I’m so happy you found a new favorite, Debbie! Thank you so much for sharing that with me.
Nice and easy to follow. I would ammend by decreasing soy sauce by 1 Tb.
Thanks for your review and suggestion.
Soo good ! My mom thought it was takeout ! Thank you Natasha!
That’s awesome! So glad you and your mom enjoyed the recipe.
We had this tonight and it’s wonderful! Thanks for the recipe!
I’m so glad you enjoyed the recipe. Thanks for the great review
This is the best sauce I’ve ever made! It was so easy and DELICIOUS! Thank you!
Hi- the recipe says 2tbs olive oil but in directions it only says to add one tablespoon, where do I add the other tablespoon?
Hi Stephanie, we add 1 tbsp in step #3: “Place a large skillet over medium heat and add 1 Tbsp oil.” and the other tablespoon in step #4: “Increase heat to high heat and add 1 Tbsp oil.” I hope this is helpful!
Delicious, one of my favorite recipes. I add onions and mushrooms then substitute chow mein noodles for the rice. So good!
That’s just awesome! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review, John!
This was delicious. Used broccolini because it looked better at the store than the broccoli. Left the sauce thick and gooey (did not add the water) and loved it that way. Will definitely make it again!
I’m so happy you enjoyed that. Thank you for sharing that with us!
What gives this dish a the high carb content?
I didn’t think light brown sugar and the cornstarch would give it that much.
Looking for a keto version of this!
Hi Trinity! I havne’t tried a low carb version but here’s what one of my readers wrote: “This was seriously so good and really easy to make. I subbed golden monkfruit sweetener for the brown sugar and used xanthan gum instead of cornstarch, served with cauliflower rice because we’re trying to eat keto/low carb, and it was SO GOOD! I will for sure make this again, and I’m looking forward to trying more of Natash’s recipes.” I hope that helps!
Delicious!! I used moose meat instead of beef, beef broth instead of the hot water and added little bit of the sauce while cooking the meat. Boyfriend absolutely loved it as did I. Will be making this recipe again.
I bet that was so good! I’m glad you both enjoyed this recipe!
This was fantastic. The only thing I ended up changing after a bit of experimentation was replacing the hot water in the sauce with some low sodium beef stock. Small touch that really amps up the beef flavor if that’s your jam!
Amazing recipe all around.
Hello Graham, thanks for sharing that with us Good to know that it turned out fantastic!
Darn fine recipe!!!! Better than the best restaurant says theirs is ! My son who never compliments my cooking said this was the best meal in 10 years I made for him 😊. I used Trader Joe’s balsamic rosemary beef tips which I rinsed prior to putting in the pan and it absorbed the best sauce and was sooo tender! Will be using this recipe again!!!!
I’m so happy to hear that! Thank you for sharing your great review, J!
This was not “a quick and easy 30 minute dinner”. The prep alone took at least 30 minutes. That saying, if you have the time, this is delicious.
Natasha – Your recipe deserves the “Gold Medal” for deliciousness and ease! So grateful to find your site – this is my first go and it was brilliant! Followed recipe exactly but doubled sauce… Happy husband happy wife! Thank you! Blessings!
Oh thank you for your nice feedback Teresa.
Natasha, I have made many many of your dishes. They are AMAZING. I love how quick easy they are. and your ingredients are not the “hard to find” kind. I have made this recipe a few times now (with a few tweaks) and it is absolutely wonderful. I’ve always been an extra sauce kinda person. So I doubled the sauce ingredients. Not the ginger/garlic. Only used about 3 TBS of sesame oil. I also steamed the broccoli first. Then Added it all the meat once it was cooked. SO GOOD!!! THANK YOU!! You are AWESOME!!
Aww, that’s the best! Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Amanda. I’m all smiles
Omg this was so good!!!! This was an easy to follow recipe. I handed oyster sauce and mushrooms.
That’s just awesome! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review, Cathy! I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
My husband and I just made this beef with broccoli with the broccoli that we grew in our garden. Delicious!
That’s so great, Bonnie! Thank you so much for sharing that with me. I bet it’s so much better with garden-fresh broccoli!
Thank you, Natasha for this easy to follow recipe! Absolutely delicious! Made it tonight and it was a hit!
You are welcome, Christine. I’m happy that you enjoyed this recipe, thanks for giving it a try!
With just picked broccoli, I made this (with London Broil) and it was so yummy! I really do. It like to cook. Up your recipes are so fun to make. Thank you!
I meant to say I don’t like to cook. But your recipes….
Darn spell check!!
Thank you for that lovely review, Kit! I’m so glad you’re enjoying my recipes.
I love this sauce recipe…I’ve tried many and this is the best..my family likes everything hot so I add some red pepper flakes to give it a little kick
Yum! great idea, Cathryn! I’m glad you enjoyed this recipe!
I really enjoy this recipe, however there are some things I change to really get that favorite Chinese restaurant dish to it.
First is velveting the beef – this is a traditional method of tenderizing meat that will give you those tender and silky pieces.
Secondly is adding a lot more garlic, as well as a bit of sriracha if you like more flavor complexity and heat.
Thirdly is about half the sugar is enough. I find this recipe to be way to sweet.
Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Haley!
Thank you for the velveting tip. I’ve never heard of it but always wondered how Chinese restaurants have such soft beef strips. I’m trying it tonight!
Excellent recipe I even added carrots and mushrooms to the broccoli. This one is a keeper.
Love it! Thanks for your review, Chris. Glad you enjoyed this recipe.
Amazing!! This recipe tasted like take out,but better! No nasty generic taste from the frozen food section. Natasha, I have never been disappointed in any recipe I’ve made from you. You are an amazing chef! I have a very happy family thanks to your recipes.
This beef and broccoli is a MUST!
You’re so nice! Thank you, Melissa! I’m so glad you’re enjoying my recipes! I’m so inspired reading your review.
Is all that sugar necessary? Is this an American thing because I’ve never seen a Chinese Beef and Broccoli recipe with sugar
Hi Elizabeth, it helps balance the flavor but feel free to omit it from the recipe
I think I put in to much cornstarch case mine came out too think any hints I put in 1 cup 1/2 cornstarch
IT IS 1 AND ONE HALF TB
WOW!! I bet it was EXTRA thick!! The recipe called for 1 1/2 TABLESPOONS not CUPS…I hope you give it another try because it is delicious!
I love watching all your cooking videos, your funny and your instruction are so easy to follow. I have had a great time make meals for and with my family, Thanks Natasha
You’re so nice! Thank you for that wonderful compliment, Griselda!
Amazing!! My “go to” for a quick tasty dinner!! Tonight my fiancé said “it looks just like Natasha’s picture”!!!
It sounds like you did an amazing job putting this recipe together, Theresa! I’m so glad you both enjoyed this dinner!
This came out amazing on the skillet but I was wondering if you can make this recipe in a slow cooker?
I haven’t tested that but I think it could work. If you experiment, let me know how you liked the recipe, Linda!
This is the 8th time I am making this recipe and I absolutely love it!!! Full of Asian flavor and so easy to make!! I am substituting pork loin today. I will let you know how it goes.
Wow! That’s so great! It sounds like you have a new favorite!
Trying to eat healthier & I’m wondering if I can sub honey for the brown sugar , and if I’d use the same amount of honey for it to taste the same ?
PS, I’ve made this tons of times the way it’s written with the exception of adding mushrooms and velveting the beef – and it is absolutely amazing!! Hands down one of my favourite recipes!! My family gobbles it down every time ! Thank you!
Hi Natacha, I haven’t experimented with anything else, but honey would probably be the next best thing, just add it to taste since honey is sweeter than brown sugar cup for cup.
This was great! We all loved this including my 9 year old daughter!
Awesome, thank you for your great review, Annie!
Your recipes never fail! I always look to see if you have a recipe before I make anything new! ❤️
Aww, you’re so nice! Thank you so much for sharing that with me. I’m all smiles
This was so easy and delicious! The sauce is perfect: it thickens well once added to the pan, and it’s not too sweet like most other recipes. Will definitely make again!
That’s so great, Jamie! I’m so happy you enjoyed that.
To hear my husband say, “this is one of my favorite dishes”, is like over the moon for me. Most of the time whenever I try something new, he doesn’t care for it, even though he is thankful. I did add zucchini and slivers of carrots. Thank you so very much, you are a joy and a blessing.
Wow! That’s so great! It sounds like you have a new favorite!