46 Reviews

Well, Uncle Bill - we both know, Yan CAN cook. This was very good. I couldn't find the sambal oelek, but I had some garlic chili sauce in my fridge, and used that since that was closest to the description given. And, I LOVED this. I like the fact that it is a smaller recipe, where I didn't have to do the brain work to cut a recipe in half. I had enough for supper tonight, and some for lunch tomorrow. I will be making this again. Thanks again for posting this great recipe.

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Becky in Wisconsin August 24, 2009

Another one for the keeper file! I used frozen broccoli and steamed it in the microwave and used canola oil instead of peanut oil. My only problem with the recipe is that I found there wasn't enough sauce (I like there to be enough sauce to cover the noodles). I added extra water, soy sauce, and oil but it still wasn't enough. I usually add red pepper flakes to most of my dishes but I found that it wasn't necessary - it tasted good as is. Thanks for posting :)

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flygirl #5 March 06, 2009

Automatic 5 stars for this dish. The whole family enjoyed it. I was surprised to find out that one of the ingredients wasn't "Oyster Sauce" because many of the Beef and Broccoli recipes I found online all included it. Regardless... a very tasty dish.

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Thuan V. Nguyen January 12, 2009

I will add my kudos to all the rest! Very simple to make and really nice flavour. I remember watching Steven Yan on tv years ago before there were many cooking shows on tv. He was always entertaining and had delicious recipes like this one. Thanks for the memories, Uncle Bill, and for posting this recipe!

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Paja October 06, 2008

DELICIOUS-a great addition to my special meal tonight! Fast, easy, and soooo flavorful. I made enough for 6-8 servings and the beef probably marinated closer to an hour. Really a crowd pleaser! Thank you for a great recipe!!!

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Mrs.Jack August 09, 2008

i subbed w/ chicken breasts. my picky husband enjoyed this and rated this a 5 meaning he'd like me to make this again. but i give it a 4 because i felt it was a little on the bland side. but we all really enjoyed dinner and i'm pretty sure i'll make this again for my husband. thank you for sharing!

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LuvMyBabies August 08, 2008

I don't like beef, but I decided to try this anyway b/c it's my dh's favorite dish. I sliced VERY thinly across the grain (slightly frozen to make it easier). WOW, this tasted BETTER than the restaurant and was WAAAY cheaper! Beef was so tender. Thanks so much for this.

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NicoleJ May 27, 2008

I reduced the use of peanut oil by half to save on calories. I will cook broccoli with beef longer next time so that it takes on more of the flavor. Otherwise I LOVE this recipe. Very quick easy and delicious. Thank you.

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Halliy May 26, 2008

Low on euro, i ventered out to make my own chinese food. hence, i made this one. my husband said it was delicious! i will definitely keep this recipe. the only thing i would try next time is to maybe give it a bit more flavor. but still without a doubt, very good.

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Crystal's Kichen February 18, 2008

This is very good!! It was a little more labor intensive (dishes mostly) than I would like on a weeknight, but that was my fault for not reading the recipe before starting. lol. I added a red bell pepper and extra soy sauce and sesame oil. Yum! Thanks for sharing.

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dicentra January 30, 2008
Beef and Broccoli