Beef and Broccoli with Teriyaki

Beef and Broccoli

The Best Beef and Broccoli is Teriyaki Beef

In my opinion, your typical Beef and Broccoli recipe lacks flavor.  That’s why I’m using a Teriyaki marinade for this recipe.  It just gives it a real smooth lift I think the traditional recipe is screaming for.  However, If you are looking for that traditional flavor you can still use this recipe because it’s still one in the same, minus the Teriyaki.  Just use 1/3 cup of Chicken Broth, 2 tsp Soy sauce, 1 tsp sugar, a pinch of ginger and Corn Starch to thicken it up.  It’s not rocket science.  But if you’re looking for a good Teriyaki Marinade, Veri Veri is really good!

If you’d like a more professional Teriyaki Sauce recipe, that Chinese restaurants make in their kitchens, I have short video tutorial and post with all of the ingredients you can search on this website.

Beef and Broccoli with Teriyaki Ingredients:Teriyaki Marinade

1/2 lbs Beef, thinly sliced
1 Broccoli stock, chopped
1 Carrot, grated
1/4 Onion, chopped
1 Garlic clove, chopped
1 tbsp Corn Starch, heaping
2 oz Teriyaki Sauce or Marinade
1/3 cup Oil for frying
1 1/2 qt Boiling Water

Start Boiling the Water.  Slice the beef and mix in the Corn Starch.  Cut the Broccoli and add to the Boiling Water and cook for 2 minutes then strain.  Cut the Rest of the Vegetables.  In a hot pan over Medium High heat, add the oil and the Beef and cook until the edges are brown and crispy.  Strain out the oil and add the onion.  Cook for one minute then add all of the remaining vegetables add sauce.  Stir and toss for 30 seconds, then serve.

Be sure to watch the short video tutorial and I’ll show you exactly how to make this tasty Broccoli and Beef with Teriyaki Sauce.

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Trenton Holland

Poor Man's Gourmet Kitchen

I'm just a regular guy in search of his bliss and I find that bliss in food and all of its many cultural differences. A very seasoned and experience chef taught me how to use my pallet to best serve and prepare a dish with all of its natural flavors from other foods before ever introducing “forced flavoring”, such as salt. My goal isn’t just to teach how to incorporate these products into simple gourmet dishes but to show, how easy, it can be done from anyone's Kitchen with cheaper, convenient substitutions that will not only blow your mind, but insure that most no one will be able to ever tell the difference! Welcome to The Poor Man’s Gourmet Kitchen!

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