Mongolian Beef and Spring Onions Recipe
Thin-sliced beef flank steak gets a quick fry in hot oil, then is simmered in a sweet soy-based sauce with fresh green onions for a dish that's like eating out at home.
A simple but spicy dish with beef, carrots and green onions. Serve over rice for a very filling meal.
This is a great-tasting recipe that is easy to prepare ahead, and takes minutes cook. Serve with rice and veggies for a nice family dinner.
I had my mouth all set for Mongolian Beef that tastes just like PF Chang's. This isn't it. It wasn't bad, but it lacked the full flavor of Chang's. The only thing I changed was to cut back the 2/3 cup of sugar to 1/3 cup. I doubt that made the taste difference. I would suggest cutting the meat thinner than 1/4" also. That was too thick and resulted in the meat being a little tough. I thought two bunches of onions was too much. I don't think I'll make it again.
This dish is one of my absolute favorite dishes to make! It is so easy and relatively fast. The only tip that I would give someone while making this make sure that the oil in your pan isn’t too hot, or it will splatter everywhere (including you) and can really burn if it splatters on you.?
Definitely tasty. My family loved it BUT... it's sweeter than the Mongolian beef I grew up with and it lacks the red pepper zest. I did cut the sugar by about a 1/3 (still a bit sweet for me but really, still delicious) and added red pepper. Will definitely make it again.
Really Tasty but next time I will cut back on the Brown sugar because I thought it was a little too sweet. I will definitely make it again!
I made this with Venison and added a little hoison sauce. It was delicious!
The only changes I made were to add broccoli and carrots which I had leftover and I used sirloin beef tips instead of flank steak. I always look for recipes in which to use spring onions when they're available this time of year. I was excited to finally find a method where the beef is nice and crispy. I used Saifun (bean threads) because they are lighter than rice or rice noodles. My granddaughter who is a very fussy eater, loved this dish! I will definitely make it again.