SUPER EASY & YUMMY Recipe: Mongolian Beef 蒙古牛肉

SUPER EASY & YUMMY Recipe: Mongolian Beef 蒙古牛肉

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Mongolian beef or 蒙古牛肉 in Chinese is a dish served in Chinese restaurants in the United States and Australia. Although this dish s known as Mongolian beef, none of the ingredients used or preparation methods are drawn from traditional Mongolian cuisine. According to what I read from the internet, people usually associate eating meat with Mongolians because they are usually strong and well-built plus they Mongolian sound more interesting and exotic too, which makes the dish sound a lot more appealing. Haha. Oh well, Mongolian or not, if you’re a fan of beef dishes, this is a really easy recipe to follow and we’re very sure your family will love it so much. Serve this dish over steamed rice or over crispy fried noodles and your family will surely be impressed.

Refer to the ingredient list below and watch our step-by-step video for your easy reference.

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Serves 5 – 6

Marinade for beef – marinate for at least 10 – 15 mins.
300g of beef flank – sliced thinly against the grain and use the back of a cleaver to tenderize the beef]
1 tablespoon of light soya sauce
1/2 teaspoon of baking soda
1.5 tablespoons of cornflour
Juice from 1/2 thumb size of ginger
A generous dash of white pepper

Ingredients for stir-frying
1/4 thumb size of ginger – shredded
2 cloves of garlic – chopped
5 stalks of spring onion (add stems first)
1 cup of water
1 tablespoon of oyster sauce
1 tablespoon of dark soya sauce
1 tablespoon of light soya sauce
1/2 tablespoon of sugar
Some cornstarch solution – amount to use depends on how thick you want your sauce to be
1 tablespoon of chilli powder – optional
1/2 tablespoon of sesame oil
1 tablespoon of Chinese cooking wine (Shaoxing Huatiao wine)

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