This was fabulous !!! I doubled the sugar, soy sauce and rice vinegar to get more sauce. This is definitely restaurant quality. Thanks for sharing !!
Had this for dinner last night. Doubled the sauce and instead of red pepper flakes I used cayenne pepper as I didn't have the flakes. I did not double that though, thank goodness...it would have been too spicy. Very good recipe, better than going out for dinner! Thanks
I made this last night. It came together very quickly, which was important because I was running late. :) It had a very good flavor. I did not have red pepper flakes, but everything else was by the recipe. The recipe is fantastic as is, but, for my personal tastes, I think I will be adding more ginger and less sugar. Thanks again for the wonderful recipe!
I made this dish today. It's very tasty. I'll probably make it again soon. One thing I'd like to mention... it was a little sweet for my taste. Maybe 1/3 cup? Anyways, thank you so much!
Wow! I made this a few weeks ago and kept everything but the carrots. My family loved it, in fact I've made it 3 times since. Thanks so much!
Absolutely delicious! I left out the red pepper flakes and used red wine vinegar instead of rice vinegar (because that's what I had) and lite soy sauce. I also used much less canola oil - just enough to completely cover the bottom of the wok (and then just a bit more before I put the veggies in). My kids had thirds!
5 stars is not enough for this recipe! IT is excellent!! My kids (age 4 and 6) love the local take out ginger beef. We thought we would do something different for supper tonight to bring in the New Year. We have made Chinese food before but have never attempted to make our own ginger beef, I thought it was too time comsuming but surprise surprise this is a super easy recipe. The most time consuming is cooking the beef but after that its minutes and its ready. The only thing I would do next time is that I might cut back on the red pepper flakes for the kids, they drank lots of juice with supper but both LOVED the ginger beef. There is one little dish left in the fridge and I am sure by morning my husband will have finished it off. This is a keeper, I am sure they will be requesting it again which is fine with me, better for them than the take out. Thanks a bunch for posting Sandi's recipe...I love her show.
I made this for the first time tonight and I am very pleased with the way it turned out. My family loves it and I am definately putting this on my monthly rotation. As others have posted, the meat should be cut thin and short (it seems easier for them to crisp and keep from sticking together that way). Thank you for a great recipe!