Broccoli Beef

Just made this and got great reviews from the family. Takes about 10-15 minutes of prep time and about the same for cooking.

Here is what you’ll need:

1 1/2 pounds top sirloin, cut cross-wise into 1/4 inch strips

1 head of broccoli

3/4 cup original yakitori sauce

1-2 tablespoons of oil

1 tablespoon of salt

Here is what you’ll do:

Take the top sirloin and par freeze about 30-40 minutes to make slicing into strips easier. After slicing the meat, place into a zip lock bag and add 3/4 cup of original yakitori sauce, mix the bag around to coat the meat well (or add a little meat then some sauce and repeat until all the slices and sauce are in the bag) and let marinate overnight. When ready to cook, start your rice first, and then start a pot of water with 1 tablespoon of salt boiling. Wash and cut broccoli into small pieces and blanch the broccoli in the boiling, salted water (about 2-3 minutes), drain and place broccoli into an ice water bath for 30 seconds, drain and set aside (this will stop the cooking process and your broccoli will be bright green). Heat a wok or large non-stick pan on high heat, add 1-2 tablespoons of oil, then add meat (drain excess marinade before putting meat into wok). Cook for 3-4 minutes and drain most of the excess juice from wok, add broccoli and stir for about 2 minutes to incorporate and serve immediately with rice. Very tasty!

Tasty broccoli beef with Obaachan Sauce Company's original yakitori sauce

Tasty broccoli beef with Obaachan Sauce Company’s original yakitori sauce

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  1. I’ve found an easier way. Instead of marinating overnight, just par freeze and slice the top sirloin or whatever cut you prefer, then bring to room temperature right before cooking. Cook meat on medium high heat until red is just gone, add 1/4-1/3 cup of yakitori sauce and cooked broccoli, stir until sauce is caramelized to meat and broccoli (about 2-3 minutes). Serve.

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