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Asian Beef Stir-Fry

Asian Beef Stir-Fry recipe
photo by:kraft
This just goes to show you: "Fast food" can be smart eating. Mix thinly sliced beef with veggies in a sesame sauce, and you've got dinner on the table in 20 minutes.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 2 cups each
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posted:
11/1/2011
YUM! The meat was tender (having cut it at an angle). There was enough juices for the rice. The flavor was awesome! My family loved it! Will make again for certain! :)
posted:
7/20/2011
This recipe was very tasty. We love stir fry but rarely have steak in it. It was the perfect combination. I used fresh broccoli, carrots, and red and yellow peppers, since it was the summer and they were readily available. Brown rice is usually too bland for me, but with the sauce from the stir fry, it was so flavorful, and nutritious. Highly recommend it!
posted:
5/30/2011
This recipe has become one of my staples - I'll substitute cheaper cuts of beef, like a bottom round roast, instead of the sirloin steak, and prefer to serve it with white rice. Very simple and easy recipe to make after a long day of work and my family loves it.
posted:
4/2/2011
Very salty
posted:
2/27/2011
I made this recipe with just a few changes. I used another brand of asian sesame/ginger dressing since my grocer didn't have that flavor of Kraft. I marinated the meat for 4-5 hours using 1/8 cup of the dressing & the soy sauce (reduced sodium) each. I then used the remaining amount as I stir-fried the veggies. I might add a little more garlic and more soy for a bigger "kick" next time. My kids loved it! Thanks Kraft.
posted:
9/14/2010
This was super yummy! I used carne asada meat (cheaper) and couldn't find the asian dressing it called for so just used a random asian dressing I found. Turned out great and my family scarfed it up!
posted:
4/26/2010
very yummmy i read some of your reviews....i didnt add soy sauce *because i ran out a few days ago* i just added a little more of the dressing and it wasnt salty at all it was perfect, so my recommondation would be less soy sauce or just emit it because mine turned out great
posted:
4/22/2010
Not overly impressed with this one. I felt like it used too much soy sauce. It wasn't bad, just expected it to be much better.
posted:
4/7/2010
mmm very tasty!
posted:
2/11/2010
I make this at least once a week my daughter loves it.
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