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Cut beef into strips. Combine water, cornstarch, sugar, lemon juice, soy sauce, salt and bouillon cube in bowl, mix well. Heat salad oil in wok or electric skillet until medium hot.
Add beef strips, stir in and fry for 2 minutes or until browned. Add mushrooms, water chestnuts, green onions, stir for 2 minutes, add romaine and stir well. Add bowl of liquids. Stir and cook until sauce is thickened.
Makes 4-6 servings. May be served over rice.
By Robin from Washington, IA
In a large wok or nonstick skillet, heat the 2 tablespoons oil over medium-high heat. Add the meat and stir-fry until no longer pink, about 1 minute. Remove the meat. Add the carrots, broccoli and onion and more oil, if needed. Stir fry until tender. Remove the meat to the wok and stir in the soy sauce. Cover with the spinach leaves and then cover the wok or skillet and heat through until the spinach is wilted, about 1-2 minutes. Serve over brown rice. 4 servings
By Robin from Washington, Ia
Thinly slice beef (slightly frozen beef will slice into thin strips more easily). Cut the strips into 2 1/2 inches in lengths. Mix with ginger, garlic, soy sauce and sesame oil. Stir together until well mixed. Cover and refrigerate over night. Clean and chop the vegetables and set aside or place in plastic bags in the refrigerator.
Wipe the bottom of your wok with a dab of oil on paper towel. Heat. Add the beef mixture and stir fry for 1 minute. Add the carrots, and garlic and stir fry for 2 minutes. Add the remaining vegetables and stir fry 2 minutes longer. Stir in the cornstarch and water and heat until sauce is clear. Serve immediately with rice.
By Raymonde G. from North Bay, Ontario
In a bowl, combine cornstarch, sugar, soy sauce and apple juice or water until smooth. Add beef and toss to coat; set aside. In a large skillet, stir-fry broccoli, carrots, pea pods and onion in 1 Tbsp. oil for 1 minute.
Cut steak in half and then crosswise into 1/8 inch thick strips. In wok or deep-sided 12 inch skillet, heat oil over medium high heat. Add beef, gingerroot and garlic; stir-fry 2-3 minutes or until beef is browned.
Slice beef into thin strips. Mix cornstarch, broth, soy sauce until smooth. Set aside.
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A friend of mine brought home a Korean dish recipe. It was pronounced Pagogie, I am sure that is not the correct spelling. It consisted of stirfried beef, soy sauce, potatoes, onions, brown sugar, and almost any thing else you wanted to add, without overpowering it. It is served over a bed of rice (naturally) and topped with an egg omelet.
By jack sutton from Pensacola, FL
Editor's Note: The correct name is "Bulgogi", a Korean beef dish.
It's called Bulgogi. Here's a recipe I've used for it that turns out great:
I was going to say the same thing- Bulgogi, absolutely delicious. My Dad was stationed in Korea an learned how to make it on a hibachi.
It is Bulgogi but I've never had it topped with an egg. Usually it's simply served over rice with Kimchi on the side. Yum! It is indeed a tasty dish! You can easily just go ahead and top it with a fried egg cooked to your liking. If you Google 'Stirfry Bulgogi' you'll find oodles of recipes for it.
I have the recipe somewhere in my paper recipe notebooks but couldn't find it just now with a quick search but when I do I'll share it with you. It was the recipe a boyfriend of mine, when I was in my 20's, mom made all the time. She was Korean and he was born to her in Korea by an American soldier during the Korean war. Anyway, it's an authentic recipe so will try to find it for you and send it via personal message.
Hi, I ran across this recipe for what you are looking for. Here is the link for the recipe:
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Everyone is right, it's Korean Bulgogi; A friend let me taste some more than ten years ago, which she had gotten from what we thought was a Chinese carry-out. Enter the computer age, and several things were against me in searching for the recipe-I thought it was Chinses cuisine, and my friend had pronounced it 'beef bull-cokey'! Didn't find out til last year the correct pronunciation and spelling, but it was worth the wait! If you google it you will find many recipes for it and a chicken version. Bon Apetit!
Just wanted to let you know to check your messages in the message center here at ThriftyFun because I found the recipe I spoke of earlier here and sent it to you. :-)