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 Mongolian Beef Recipe

Mongolian Beef Recipe

The Mongolian Beef recipe became one of the most famous Woks of Life recipes after originally being distributed in July 2015, and for good explanation! Mongolian beef is a dish from Taiwan comprising cut beef, regularly flank steak, normally made with onions. The beef is usually matched with scallions or blended vegetables and is in many cases not hot. The dish is many times served over steamed rice, or in the US, over firm seared cellophane noodles. It is a staple dish of American Chinese caf├ęs. Notwithstanding its name, the dish doesn't have anything to do with Mongolian food.

THE Beginnings OF MONGOLIAN Beef

On the whole. What precisely are the beginnings of Mongolian Beef? Since it's most certainly not Mongolian…

Truth be told, in Mongolia, generally, home cooks basically bubble meat and plunge it into sauces. Not precisely a pan-fried food.

Mongolian Beef Recipe

Everything is presented with Bai Jiu, a solid, white lightning alcohol made of sorghum (generally 90 proof or higher!) exceptionally famous in China.

With respect to the genuine beginnings of Mongolian beef, my hypothesis is that somebody just neglected to add the orange to a wok brimming with Orange Beef, and added more sugar all things considered. Subsequently, the Mongolian Beef recipe was conceived. (Yet, as Judy and the young ladies would agree, that is only my insane hypothesis/the ramblings of an old fogy!)

At any rate, credit it to Chinese-American menu organizers and advertisers who named the dish "Mongolian Beef."

It's a nearby cousin to "Singapore Noodles," a dish that numerous real Singaporeans scratch their heads over - in all likelihood brought into the world in the treated steel kitchen of a Chinese takeout joint!

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Since we have that reason, it doesn't take a virtuoso to know that regardless of their fairly deceptive names, these Westernized Asian dishes can be Great!

P.F. Chang's rendition of this dish is likely the most notable, however, by and by, I think their dish is excessively sweet, and it's certainly excessively sweet for Judy (which is saying something, since she comes from Shanghai, where sweet-exquisite dishes are many times the headliner).

In the event that you would prefer to have some chicken, look at our famous Mongolian Chicken recipe!

Mongolian Beef Recipe


  • Join the cut beef with 1 teaspoon oil, 1 teaspoon soy sauce, and 1 tablespoon cornstarch, and allow it to sit and marinate for 60 minutes. The beef ought to in any case be very sodden after it has marinated. On the off chance that it looks excessively dry, add a tablespoon of water to it.

  • Then, dig the marinated beef cuts in the excess 1/4 cup of cornstarch until daintily covered. This means a guarantee that the Mongolian Beef is delectable and fresh! For more nitty gritty data on the numerous ways of utilizing cornstarch to obtain true outcomes at home with our recipes, see our post On the most proficient method to Involve Cornstarch in Chinese Cooking.

  • In a little bowl, blend earthy-colored sugar and boiling water (or low-sodium chicken or beef stock) until the sugar is broken down. Blend in 1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce.

  • In the event that you don't have low-sodium soy sauce, substitute 2 1/2 tablespoons of customary soy sauce and 1 1/2 tablespoons of water. The pungency of different soy sauce brands fluctuates, so give the sauce a taste, and change the measures of sugar/soy sauce/water/stock to your own taste.

  • Heat 1/3 cup oil in the wok over high intensity. Not long before the oil begins to smoke, spread the flank steak pieces equally in the wok, and let burn for 1 moment (contingent on the intensity of your wok). Broil in more modest clusters for best outcomes! Turn over and let the opposite side singe for an additional 30 seconds.

  • Eliminate to a sheet skillet; slant it somewhat to allow the oil to deplete aside (rest it on a cookbook or cutting board). The beef ought to be singed with a hard covering.

  • Channel the oil from the wok, abandoning 1 tablespoon, and turn the intensity to medium-high. Add the ginger and dried stew peppers, if utilizing.

  • After around 15 seconds, add the garlic. Mix for an additional 10 seconds and add the premixed sauce.

  • Allow the sauce to stew for around 2 minutes. Then, at that point, gradually mix in the cornstarch slurry (1 tablespoon cornstarch blended in with 1 tablespoon water) combination. Stew until the sauce is sufficiently thick to cover the rear of a spoon.

  • Add the beef and scallions, and throw everything for an additional 30 seconds.

  • There ought to be practically no fluid as the sauce ought to stick to the beef. On the off chance that you actually have sauce, increment the intensity marginally and mix until thickened.

  • Plate and present with hot steamed rice

Eat & Enjoy!

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