My family and I have been making this recipe for who knows how long. I’ve always known it as stir fry beef and it wasn’t until I went out to eat with some non Asian people (who did the ordering) did I find out that our family recipe (or something quite similar) was an actual legit thing! Commonly known as “mongolian beef”, popularized by “western-Chinese” restaurants, this simple beef dish is simple to make that incorporates a velvety gravy that tastes great over white rice. [click to continue…]

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