Snow Peas & Beef Stir-Fry
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Add sugar to adjust the salt level. Also fresh ginger. Taste the sauce before making the mistake I did. Make the necessary adjustments, then add the sauce. It’s definitely better now that I added 1/4 c of sugar.
I made this. It was good, but a little bit bland. When I make it again, I will include some ginger and some black pepper, especially with the meat.
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I really enjoyed this recipe. I made it exactly as it said. I don't think I would do anything different next time.
Disappointing recipe. There was nothing special about this and it seemed like it was missing something. The snowpeas were not cheap and neither was the steak, so it seems like a waste of some good ingredients. I am really surprised at the amount of positive reviews. This was nothing special and not very good.
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This was very good, however, next time I would make a slight change. I doubled the sauce ingredients as I had a large quantity of vegetables to use up. The sauce is just a bit too strong on the sherry for my tastes, so I would use half water or stock next time. I also used canned mushrooms as I had no fresh ones on hand, and they worked fine. I also substituted broccoli for the snow peas, which was yummy.
Very nice! Flavorful. I've made it with broccoli too!
This is an excellent stir-fry! Simple and delicious. Love the sauce, not salty at all. Could not get snow peas, but used sugar snap peas instead. They were delish!
This was very good. I made the mistake of using regular soy sauce, it was very salty. I will switch to reduced-sodium next time. I made 3 slight changes: 2 packets of Splenda instead of sugar, switched out the 1 tablespoon of oil and used PAM to saute the mushrooms ad onions, and I used top round beef cubes, sliced in half. I also added crushed red pepper flakes to add some heat.