- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- 1 teaspoon ginger (minced)
- 4 cloves garlic (grated)
- 1/2 cup low sodium soy sauce
- 1/4 cup water
- 1/2 cup brown sugar (packed)
- 1 pound top sirloin (thinly sliced)
- 1/3 cup cornstarch
- 2 green onions (sliced)
PER SERVING *
|Calories420Calories from Fat200|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat200|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Yummly User 3 hours ago
Too much flavor. Otherwise great!
Paula C. A day ago
Everyone loved it, even my toddler. Only suggestion was add a veggie so we added broccoli
Jill C. 2 days ago
This was delicious! I always try to make Asian food and it never tastes as good as take out, however, this one did. Even my finicky son loved it.
Wanda C. 2 days ago
Amazing. I didn’t have any fresh ginger on hand, so I just used a teaspoon of ground. My family loves it ~
Marika 4 days ago
Doubled the amount of garlic. Dressed the beef with salt and pepper before dredging in cornstarch. Used a ginger blend oil instead of sesame. Turned out delicious. Exactly the flavor combination I was hoping for. Next time I will cook the beef for a shorter period of time before the sauce is added so it doesnt get too well done.
MAGA 4 days ago
Very good subbed sweet potato rice
Nammie 10 days ago
Spot on it I did add some hot peppers
Natai 11 days ago
Tastes like Chinese takeout! I would reduce the amount of sugar and add some heat next time.
Milagro 11 days ago
I’m not good at cooking but this turned out great! Such an easy recipe and so yummy!
Maria 11 days ago
This was so easy to make and delicious, my family loved it. There was more than enough for 4 people.
Travis 13 days ago
So good, and so easy! Definitely added to the rotation
Natalie Rall 13 days ago
Overall good. Make sure to shake off the excess cornstarch!
Tiara Raquel 18 days ago
Came out great even with light brown sugar.
Rocky Rich 19 days ago
It took the sauce a little longer to thicken, but was amazing! Less cornstarch too. But might be climate.
Kristina Ferrara - Z. 20 days ago
This was awesome! Serving of 4 barley fed my family of 4. Definitely going to make again.
Ingrid De La Flor 20 days ago
Great recipe, my husband loved it!
Miguel Martinez 20 days ago
it was really good. i double the recipe & added onios.
Trenton D. 21 days ago
Absolutely Fantastic! I would definitely recommend if youre looking for something fairly quick and very impressive. Extremely flavorful 🤤👌
Lisa W. 21 days ago
The directions were simple and easy to follow. The sauce was delicious. My family really enjoyed it.
Rebecca Erikson 22 days ago
It took a lot longer than 30 minutes it was more like 2 hours. It turned out fine but it leaves a weird taste in your mouth once your done.
zein shawabkah 23 days ago
It was absolutely amazing, I’ll definitely be making it again!
Andrew Cummins 24 days ago
Really very good. Used casserole beef instead of steak, which may be why the meat was a bit tough, but that was the only issue. Would absolutely make again.
Diana 25 days ago
This was AWESOME!!! We will definitely do this again next time with Chicken and Shrimp mixed so good
joel f. 29 days ago
It turned out great. I added only half of the sugar and 3/4 of the soy sauce.
Barb M. 21 Jul
Great. Used stevia instead of sugar and mixed some molasses in. Also cooked carrots, celery, and a jalapeño, removed it from wok, and then did the meat (pork) in small batches per the instructions Mixed everything together, added sauce and cooked it until the meat was coated. Yummers.
Eric 19 Jul
I also cut the sugar in half, but still a little salty. I would do 1/4 cup soy sauce and 1/2 cup water next time. Make sure your pan is very hot when cooking meat. Overall pretty good
Bethanie Lee 16 Jul
I think this was pretty good! I did cut back on the brown sugar like the other comment suggested. I definitely want to try this with sesame seeds on it. I made it for my mom and brother and they liked it too!
Kristi 6 Jul
This was a bit too seeet for me. I think I would cut the sugar in half and add a bit of hot sauce to add dimension to the flavor.