Mr. Wang's Mongolian Beef

Mr. Wang's Mongolian Beef created by happynana

One of my favorite Chinese restaurants in the Birmingham area is Mr. Wang's in Homewood. Our newspaper recently printed this recipe for their Mongolian Beef.

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  • Mix beef and cornstarch well and allow to stand for 5 minutes.
  • Heat 4 cups vegetable oil and fry beef until it is crispy. Remove beef from oil.
  • Heat 2 teaspoons vegetable oil and add chopped garlic, rice wine, soy sauce, and beef. Stir-fry well.
  • Add sugar and continue stirring for 1 minute.
  • Add sliced yellow onion and green onion. Stir.
  • Add white pepper. Stir well.
  • Add sesame seed oil. Remove from heat and serve.
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"One of my favorite Chinese restaurants in the Birmingham area is Mr. Wang's in Homewood. Our newspaper recently printed this recipe for their Mongolian Beef."

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  1. Ilovemy4kids
    This dish was really delicious albeit a little too sweet. I have to agree with the other reviewer that you do not need that much oil to fry the beef. Thank you for sharing.
  2. happynana
    Mr. Wang's Mongolian Beef Created by happynana
  3. happynana
    This made us a very nice meal. I made as directed but used 1 pound of sirloin. I didn't need as much oil to try the beef. Meat was very tender. Next time I would cut down on the sugar. It was too sweet for us. I also added a squirt of the chili sauce as another Chef recommended. I will also add some red pepper flakes to the saute mixture next time. Thank you for sharing. Made for Ausie Swap #32.
  4. lifeizsobeautiful
    Thank you for sharing! This recipe is soo goood! My wife and I have been making it twice a week since we found this last month! I cook it closely following the recipe, only I add a squirt of that chinese Chili Sauce with the rooster on the label. That really set's it off. I also use whatever premium steak is on sale at Publix to begin with. This is usally Ribeye, NY Strip, or even T-Bone. This dish really is Gourmet Chinese Restaurant quality! Six stars!
  5. ElaineAnn
    This is a simple but very tasty recipe. I followed the recipe and served it with Recipe #225320. I'll definitely be making this again. Made for Unrated Asian Tag Game.
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