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Orange-Ginger Beef Stir-Fry

Orange-Ginger Beef Stir-Fry recipe
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We absolutely love this recipe and have made it many times (my kids beg for it). When we are out of orange marmalade we substitute apricot preserves and it gives the recipe...read more
posted by
 a cook
on 3/5/2009
time
prep:
10 min
total:
21 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
6/1/2005
I prefer grated fresh ginger instead of dried. Also, I wish the low sodium soy sauce was even lower sodium. I cut it with broth; however, I loose flavor.
posted:
5/31/2005
It was good. The peanuts were a nice addition. I tried it over Raeman noodles which I had mixed with a little teriaki sauce - very good.
posted:
5/31/2005
I finally found one everyone liked and the 'picky one' actually went back for seconds. This is a keeper and was easy to make as well. Thanks.
posted:
5/29/2005
We found this recipe delicious. I used low sugar Apricot marmalade instead of orange and liked the combination with ginger. Makes four generous servings!
posted:
5/28/2005
THIS IS GOING TO BE A REALLY GOOD ENTRE' FOR THE STUDENTS I COOK FOR AT BLUE RIDGE JOB CORPS IN MARION VA...
posted:
1/25/2005
This turned out very good. Since there are just my husband and me, this stretches out into two meals. We also tried it with the cashews since I prefer those over the peanuts anyway. I will definitely make this again.
posted:
1/19/2005
I substitued cashews for the peanuts and my boyfriend and I both loved this dish!
posted:
1/12/2005
Everyone LOVED this dinner! I used fresh broccoli and terryaki sauce instead of soy. This is definatley going to become a frequent dinner in our home.
posted:
7/6/2004
I made this recipe for my family and they DEVOURED it! I made a few changes, we're not really a beef family so I used chicken, I used teriyaki sauce instead of soy sauce, and poured it over chinese yakisoba noodles instead of rice. Still very tasty, the sauce was mouth-watering.
posted:
6/9/2004
This was super quick and easy to make and it tasted like Chinese-restaurant style beef and brocolli. The orange marmalade and ginger give it an interesting and delicious taste. And we loved the added crunch the peanuts gave the meal. My husband, who loves Chinese food, raved over it. I'd definitely make it again.
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