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Spicy Orange Beef & Broccoli Stir-Fry

Spicy Orange Beef & Broccoli Stir-Fry

I have a question. Can I change the beef with tofu?

This dish makes a simple task more complicated. If you skip the water and just steam your broccoli individually you can avoid cooking down all the liquid. Do the broccoli separately then avoid the water and the corn starch. That is a silly action. It triggered me to need to prepare this meal down until everything in the wok was soggy and over done. That risk is prevented by eliminating the water and simply utilizing the orange juice and perhaps a little marmalade (likewise skip the sugar if you utilize marmalade) Pros: great colors great mix of flavors Cons: broccoli needs to be done separately.

Fresh tasty and intense I loved the flavors of this in particular the strips of orange which added a wonderfully intense zing. I didn’t have bell peppers so replaced snow peas although I believe using red and yellow peppers would truly cheer up the colors of the meal. I utilized very finely chopped filet and 2 thai red chili peppers extremely thinly sliced. They provided just enough of a nice tingle to the dish. Pros: Quick.

Left overs get rave evaluations I utilized left over rump roast for the meat the juice of only one orange. Pros: A fast way to use left over roast Cons: I wish I had made more there was only enough left over for one lunch!

This was great however the 1-inch strips of orange enthusiasm were too strong for us. Will make the dish once again however use little passion strips rather.

We enjoyed this meal-very fresh tasting. I would have chosen chile pepper flakes in the sauce rather than entire chilies.

actually enjoyed this I utilized 1 habenero pepper instead of dried chilies for freshness. Ended up quite hot but balanced by the orange taste. Will absolutely make again.

Pretty quick and will be much faster the more I make it. I included extra vegetables to round out the flavor and replaced red chili flakes. The meat just tastes like meat in the dish as written and requires much more salt just to round out the flavor.

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