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Easy Beef and Broccoli

Easy Beef and Broccoli recipe
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Hoisin, ginger and Catalina Dressing combine for a mouthwatering Asian-inspired sauce. Make this beef-and-veggie dish part of your smart eating plan.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1-3/4 cups each
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posted:
2/15/2013
I have made this a handful of times now and my family LOVES this recipe.I use the Kraft Asian Toasted Sesame dressing instead of the Catalina and I have never added the grated gingerroot. If you are looking for something quick, easy and quite tasty then I highly recommend it!!
posted:
8/2/2012
I'm a huge fan of Beef and Brocolli dish in general, but I definetely was not a fan of this one. I made it to directions (seasoned it with salt and pepper, and used brown rice though). It was super easy and fast. But I think having Catalina dressing in it made it too sweet and yet strangely flat flavor at the same time. But just like another reviewer suggested, I will try it with Asian Sesame dressing next time. I'm not giving up this easy. :)
posted:
7/17/2012
Name says it all: EASY. Simple, tasty, good stuff.
posted:
5/30/2012
I substituted an Asian sesame dressing for the Catalina and it was delcious!!
posted:
5/21/2012
Love this recipe. I double the sauce and sometimes put it over angel hair pasta or Chinese noodles. Nom nom nom :)
posted:
12/13/2011
tasty and quick - skipped the grated ginger root
posted:
11/29/2010
Quick! Fast! Super Easy! and Cheap! I used brown rice
posted:
8/31/2010
Super easy to make.
posted:
8/3/2010
Really was easy to make, and I used leftover steak and chicken breast. I tweaked it by adding some fresh lime juice! Also subbed french dressing for the Catalina, could also use Russian as well.
posted:
6/9/2010
Even my husband who is not a Chinese Food lover loved this recipe.
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