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Beef Aristocratic Chinese Style Chow Mein

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Ingredients

Beef Aristocratic Chinese Styl

6
oz Flank steak
3
oz Broccoli florets
3
oz Cauliflower
1
oz Carrot, sliced
5
Sugar peas, cut into pieces
2
stalks Celery
2
oz Fresh mushrooms, sliced
¼
Onion, shredded
8
oz Fresh chow mein noodles (look for them in the cooler section of the supermarket, next to the tofu)
1
cup Canned chicken broth
½
tsp Crushed garlic
1
tsp Chinese cooking wine

Seasoning

¼
tsp Chicken broth mix
½
tsp Light soy sauce
¼
tsp sugar
2
drops Sesame oil
½
tsp Cornstarch
1
Tbsp Water
1
Tbsp Oil (added last)

Sauce

2
Tbsp Oyster sauce
½
tsp Light soy sauce
1
dash White pepper
1
tsp Dark soy sauce
2
drops Sesame oil
½
tsp Chicken broth mix
¾
tsp Cornstarch
2
Tbsp Water
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Directions

Step 1

Mix together the seasoning ingredients, except for the oil. Cut flank steak into thin slices at a slant against the grain, and stir with the seasoning to coat. Add the oil and stir. Let stand for 15 minutes.

Step 2

Prepare the sauce in a bowl, and set aside.

Step 3

Cut the vegetables into bite size.

Step 4

Boil 3 cups of water. Add ¼ tsp. salt. Add egg noodles for 30 seconds, and drain.

Step 5

Heat 2 tbsp. oil in a large frying pan. Pan fry the noodles on medium heat. Fry both sides until crispy. Place noodles into a shallow serving dish and set aside.

Step 6

While noodles are frying, boil 4 cups of water in a large saucepan, and add ½ tsp. (3 ml) salt. Add the vegetables, blanch them for a few seconds, and drain.

Step 7

Heat 2 tbsp. of oil in a deep skillet or wok, and fry steak until medium. Set the steak to one side of the pan, and stir-fry the onions and garlic on the other side until the onions are soft.

Step 8

Add the vegetables and sprinkle with the cooking wine. Pour in chicken sauce. Bring to a boil, and add the sauce to thicken.

Step 9

Top the noodles with the beef and vegetable mixture, and serve piping hot!

VARIATIONS: Instead of steak, try making the dish with chicken, shrimp, or barbecue pork.

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