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    Beef and broccoli

    Tonight's dinner is Beef and broccoli, the dish is so easy I don't think I need to give any details.



    DSC_1563_699 by Julian Nell photography, on Flickr

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    I really need to get a rice cooker one of these days. Nice dinner....makes me hungry!

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    Thanks, I cooked my rice in a pan on the stove.

    Julian

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    Sorry for the dumb question, what cut of beef do you use?

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    Julian, your picture made be just go buy some beef and broccoli so I can fix it for supper.

    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    Sorry for the dumb question, what cut of beef do you use?
    Sorry but I couldn't tell you, I am still learning cuts and techniques myself.

    But it ended up in a square cut, I would have prefferd to cut it into strips though it didn't work out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Julian, your picture made be just go buy some beef and broccoli so I can fix it for supper.

    Rick
    I hope you don't mind me asking but what is your recipe, if you don't want to say that's fine I am just wanting to try some different recipes.

    Julian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julian Nell View Post
    I hope you don't mind me asking but what is your recipe, if you don't want to say that's fine I am just wanting to try some different recipes.

    Julian
    Julian,

    I used top sirloin, since it was on sale at my market, cheaper than round steak, cut thinly into 3" long strips. I mixed a couple of tablespoons of cornstarch, a tablespoon or so of water and about a half teaspoon of garlic powder, then tossed the steak to coat. I stir fried the steak in about a tablespoon of oil until it was medium-rare to medium, then took it out and set it aside. I stir fried about a half-pound (4 cups or so) of broccoli florets and a quarter of a large Vidalia onion cut pole-to-pole in another tablespoon of oil and when the broccoli was still a bit crisp, added a mixture of a tablespoon of cornstarch, a third cup of soy sauce, two tablespoons of brown sugar, a half-teaspoon of ground ginger and a half cup of water. I let it thicken, then added the beef back.

    I'm sorry I didn't take pictures, maybe next time.

    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Julian,

    I used top sirloin, since it was on sale at my market, cheaper than round steak, cut thinly into 3" long strips. I mixed a couple of tablespoons of cornstarch, a tablespoon or so of water and about a half teaspoon of garlic powder, then tossed the steak to coat. I stir fried the steak in about a tablespoon of oil until it was medium-rare to medium, then took it out and set it aside. I stir fried about a half-pound (4 cups or so) of broccoli florets and a quarter of a large Vidalia onion cut pole-to-pole in another tablespoon of oil and when the broccoli was still a bit crisp, added a mixture of a tablespoon of cornstarch, a third cup of soy sauce, two tablespoons of brown sugar, a half-teaspoon of ground ginger and a half cup of water. I let it thicken, then added the beef back.

    I'm sorry I didn't take pictures, maybe next time.

    Rick
    you should be!

    Now I'm hungry. Chicken teriyaki on rice sounds about right after this thread.

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    Okay thanks.

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