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🔵 Glen’s Absolute Fave 888 Stir Fry Beef And Broccoli

Hey everyone welcome back! I just made a beef broccoli and asparagus stir-fry for supper. Absolutely love this stuff, super
easy to do, here’s how I made it: So in a bowl I started with some starch, baking
soda, sake, and soy sauce. Just with the fork I sort of whisk that together a little bit. Then I sliced very thinly a
flank steak; you could use flank like I am or you could use skirt steak, you could
use whatever steak is in your freezer that you want to use up. Just slice it
really thinly – it’s gonna be great! Once the steak is sliced up, I put that
in the the marinade that we mixed up at the beginning. Give that a really good
stir. You should let it marinade for 20 minutes to a half an hour, but usually I
only let it marinate as long as it takes me to make the other components of this
dish. Next I make the flavouring sauce and… that’s oyster sauce, soy sauce, toasted sesame oil, chili garlic paste, and I give that a really good stir. If
it’s a little too thick I’ll add in a little bit of water and then I set that
aside, and cut up my broccoli. I used a mix of broccoli and asparagus this time,
often I will put in a second green vegetable so for the purists out there
this is not just beef and broccoli, this is beef broccoli and some other green
vegetable. This time it’s asparagus. So I cut those up fairly small, and then I
heat up my wok. I’ve got a carbon steel wok, but I’m cooking on an
induction cooktop – not ideal for stir frying. I hit the wok with some oil and
then in goes half of the steak, and I try to scoop in the steak without scooping
in much of the marinade because you don’t want to steam the steak you want
to fry it. Once the first half is done I take it
out and I put the second half in and I fry that until it’s 60% of the way
cooked. Take out the second batch of steak, and clean out your wok. You don’t want a dirty wok when you move on to putting
the broccoli in, because the leftover marinade in the wok will just burn. You
don’t want that. In goes the broccoli, you stir that around for a couple of minutes.
On pretty high heat to just… sort of brown the outside. Then I throw
in the asparagus and stir that around for a little bit.
Then in goes a bit of water, you want to steam the broccoli just a little bit
at this point to soften it up. Once the broccoli is cooked through, sort
of tender crisp, back in goes steak give that a stir around. In goes the sauce; stir that around, and you just cook it until the sauce is
thickened to the consistency that you like it. So this is the point where I’m
supposed to tell you what to serve this with. There are nights where I eat this
all on its own, there are days where I just make this and have it for lunch all
week. It may not be the traditional North American Chinese restaurant takeout beef and broccoli recipe, but this is one flavourful dish! The meat is so incredibly tender because of that eighth of a teaspoon of baking soda. Give this beef and broccoli recipe a try! See you soon.

Randall Smitham



  1. Glen & Friends Cooking Posted on October 5, 2018 at 12:27 pm

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  2. Anne Fernandez Posted on October 5, 2018 at 1:40 pm

    Mmmmm….. look delicious .thanks for reciepe. ♥️😘

  3. lbird Posted on October 5, 2018 at 4:53 pm

    Great. I've attempted Beef And Broccoli stir fry unsuccessfully before. But, I'm sure I didn't use baking soda and I know for sure I didn't use Sake. Thanks for this recipe!

  4. CoasterNinja Posted on October 5, 2018 at 10:19 pm

    Thanks for another great recipe!

  5. Pa L. Posted on October 30, 2018 at 4:54 pm

    With garlic it's great, but I just love garlic.

    You should try beef with green onions, cilantro, garlic, tomatoes and a little black soy sauce for color, salt and black pepper. Or roasting chicken with smashed ginger, salt and black pepper.

  6. boxman888 Posted on March 25, 2019 at 4:45 pm

    Looks great but not queite sure what chili garlic paste is, is it home made or store bought? what can be used instead if I can't find it in my stores locally?

  7. dba Posted on April 16, 2019 at 6:59 pm

    Looks amazing. Happy to have stumbled over this channel – will be cooked tomorrow!

  8. Patrick Laurin Posted on September 25, 2019 at 8:18 pm

    Toasted sesame oil is missing from the ingredient list! I'll toast some sesame seeds and add them to the sauce.