- 2 pounds flank steak (sliced across the grain about 1/4 inch thick)
- 1/2 cup cornstarch
- 1/2 cup vegetable oil
- 1/4 cup fresh ginger (very finely minced or grated)
- 5 cloves garlic (very finely minced)
- 1/2 cup low sodium soy sauce
- 1/2 cup water
- 1 cup brown sugar (lightly packed)
- 1 bunch green onions (cut into 2 inch lengths)
|Calories410Calories from Fat200|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Lauryp 3 days ago
Wow amazing and very addictive.
Mitchell G. 3 days ago
pretty easy and very tasty
Erika Fontilea 11 days ago
This tastes exactly like the restaurants. Just added some salt & pepper for taste and had it over quinoa. Sooooo good!
Angela P. 11 days ago
Great easy recipe!! Cant wait to make it again.
Nikki Bratton 13 Dec 2018
Very good! I made it with farro instead of white rice. Kids loved it too!
Shannon Kaufman 11 Dec 2018
This was good! Made it with rice and broccoli. Probably would change my choice of meat next time though.
Brent Lane 6 Dec 2018
Great - mix sauce before putting cornstarch on meat
Mono 27 Nov 2018
I didn’t have the fresh garlic or ginger and it was still so flavorful! I can only imagine how delicious with the fresh ingredients! Definitely will do this recipe again!
Erika Harness 26 Nov 2018
Quick, easy, and tasty. The sauce was a little too sweet for my taste so I cut it with a bit of rice vinegar as I finished. I also added red pepper flakes to bring in a bit of spice to the dish. I served the beef with white rice and steamed vegetables.
Karen Jones 25 Nov 2018
It was a very simple recipe and turned out very delicious
Gathoni Njire 21 Nov 2018
I love this recipe. I used red onions instead of green, and I used green paprika for color. I had also seasoned my meat with cumin black pepper and cayenne because, why not! Down side, I found the post unnecessarily wordy so I scrolled to the bottom where the actual instructions are
Ivan Delch 19 Nov 2018
Very nice. I kept it a bit joucy at the end..
Kimberly C. 14 Nov 2018
Super amazing I did soak the beef a bit first in soy sauce and it needed a lot of paper towels to soak up the juices after frying and was super-messy (the frying) but everyone loved it! Served over zucchini spirals, alongside snow peas
Tim 13 Nov 2018
I doubled everything. Made it for the guys at the firehouse. We all loved it.
Yummly User 12 Nov 2018
A little sweet but over all a great recipe. I’d cut the sweetness next time and definitely add some salt.
Garret Pankratz 4 Nov 2018
Loved it, next time not so much ginger and brown sugar, will cut in half
courtney becan 13 Sep 2018
Very good! I’ll make again
Anahit G. 13 Sep 2018
I used less soy sauce as I don’t really like the flavor much. Beef didn’t get as crispy as I would have liked, however I used coconut oil instead of vegetable oil. I’ll definitely be cooking this again!
killiams 13 Sep 2018
very yummy! flavor is all there. I'm gunna use a little tiny bit less ginger next time, but if you like ginger, use it all!
Raul Banos 12 Sep 2018
A little spicy for my taste my texture and presentation were nice.