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What can I add other than awesome? Very tasty, not too salty and lots of ingredients already in my pantry. Loved it and it will be in my repertoire now. Thanks!

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Eat and be Merry December 02, 2009

a 5 star hit with my family! i think it tastes even better than from restaurants - and i know exactly what went into it. :) thanks a bunch, DiB's.

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Eunjung July 18, 2009

Scrumptious! I used flank steak cut against the grain (easier to cut if it's frozen a bit first). I used only about a quarter teaspoon of sugar in the marinade. (My finicky neighbor pal who dines here often says beef and sugar never belong in the same dish, so I had to be cautious. :) ) I let it marinate for about four hours. The beef came out so very yummy and tender. Thanks for posting this recipe. It'll be a regular around here.

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pinkpeppercorns June 11, 2009

The 3 hour marinate worked great and this dish turned out awesome. I went a little heavier on the oyster sauce, but it would have been just as good without it. Thanks for posting it.

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Big LeeH May 30, 2009

Absolutely delicious!

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jessie22 March 24, 2009

I would make this again, but next time would bulk up on the garlic & add in some ginger. Also, I'd cut down a little on the oyster sauce, at least at first & add more later if needed. other than that, great recipe!!!

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Mellowpuff January 04, 2009

This was a great recipe, though I did make a couple change to make it speedier! I omitted the sherry wine and egg white, and only marinated the meat for an hour. And since I LOVE broccoli I added in more then called for. I also skipped the par-boiling of the broccoli and just sauted it in the wok for a little longer, I'm too lazy to clean another dirty pot haha. And no need to stir the meat with all the spices for so long, just get in there with your hands for a good 30 seconds or so and it's good to go!

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roweena December 16, 2008

This was a very good recipe! I had to modify a couple things: I didn't have any sherry so I used regular white cooking wine and no oyster sauce so I kinda just threw what I had together tsp of hosin sauce, 2T of soy sauce, and a couple splashes of fish sauce. It came together very easily. I steamed the broccoli, added some snow peas and peppers, over the udon noodles that I was boiling. I also added some ginger and some red pepper flakes to the marinade. Very tender and I will be making it often!! Thanks

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Fern589 October 27, 2008

Great recipe! My husband loves it. I could not find oyster sauce, but I did find some stir fry sauce with oyster extract in it and used that. It turned out great.

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msrma7670 August 14, 2008
Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry