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Ginger and Scallion Beef

Ginger and Scallion Beef
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Ginger and Scallion Beef

Tender, juicy, and super delicious ginger and scallion beef recipe. Make ginger and scallion beef at home with simple ingredients and 15 minutes.

Ginger and Scallion Beef

This post was originally posted on Jan 31, 2012. Updated with new photos.

Recently I bought some wagyu beef from the market. I used some of the meat to make the ponzu and miso butter steak, and the leftover, I made them into Chinese ginger and scallion beef, which is one of my favorite Chinese beef stir-fry.

Ginger and Scallion Beef

Ginger and scallion stir-fry is one of the very first Chinese recipes I learned when I first started cooking. I just love fresh ginger and scallion, for example: ginger and scallion chicken and  ginger and scallion crab. I love the light oyster-based sauce and a dose of wok hei (breath of wok), which makes the dish so delicious and appetizing. I get hungry at the thought of pairing ginger and scallion beef with soft, fluffy steamed rice, fresh 0ff the rice cooker. Yum!

Ginger and Scallion Beef

Do try out my ginger and scallion beef recipe. I hope you enjoy this simple and humble dish, which is great for busy moms and perfect as weekday dinner for the entire family as it takes just 15 minutes to prepare this wonderful dish.

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32 COMMENTS... read them below or add one

  1. cherie

    Yummy!
    I just placed my second order with Asian365 by the way – they ship so quickly and it’s so convenient as even my giant asian supermarket doesn’t carry certain things [or I simply cannot communicate sufficiently to find them!]

    So enjoying your recipes as always . . .

  2. John

    I will definitely try this recipe, however, I cannot eat MSG, or sugar. I will try to come up with an alternative to the ingredients that contain MSG, and sugar. This is always a problem for me when I prepare Asian recipes. I usually make my own sauces so I can eliminate MSG, and sugar. I use extra garlic, onion, ginger, turmeric, soy sauce with no added MSG, Splenda, and in some cases a little extra Sea Salt.

    • Rasa Malaysia

      Low-sodium, gluten-free soy with loads of ginger, scallions, some sea salt and Splenda is a splendid idea to a great ginger and scallion beef stir-fry!

  3. Maggie

    Hi Bee! I bought your cookbook and spent all day Saturday cooking. It was fabulous! What a treasure your book is! Thank you for sharing!

  4. Shiva

    Hi
    I just made your beef with brocoli tonight and my boys couldn’t get enough of it.
    I just have a question, I went to a Korean market to buy the beef and they had a beautifully sliced boneless short rib that had a nice marbling ,can I buy that instead of flank ?I bought flank tonight and I sometimes find it a bit tough.
    Thank you and love your cookbook .

    • Rasa Malaysia

      Yes, you sure can. If the boneless short rib are thinly sliced, make sure you cook them under 5 minutes, and not marinate the meat more than 5 minutes. Otherwise, water from meat might leak out to the marinade and meat might turns out bit tough and dry.

  5. Bee, this looks mighty delicious. I often order this dish in nonya restaurant (Chinese dish section) in KL.
    Now I can make it at home. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Simon

    Hey

    This is one of the first wok recipes I learned by a taiwanese lady in Australia. However her cooking technique was slightly different, it’s still the same dish. I will post the recipe i learnt from this dish after my trip to Kuala Lumpur:).

    Mmm, I imagine the wagyu beef beeing extremely tender and delicious to work with.

  7. Wagyu beef…. sounds really delicious. It is luxurious food even here in Tokyo. I have never tried it but can imagine the taste. :-) Stir fry beef with light seasoning, this is the recipe I have been looking for. Thanks.

  8. Jessica Sulistyo

    Just tried making this recipe for my fiance, and it turned out great! Reduced the amount of wine to 1 tbs instead of 2tbs. Thank you for this recipe, it’s a keeper :)

  9. csphilip

    Bee, your Beef & Ginger recipe is out of this world! My husband, Sebastian is still raving about it! I love it too! I just love your website & so does hubby! Many thanks! Look forward to trying recipes in your cookbook that i just purchased!

  10. Lisa

    This looks amazing..as do all of your recipes! :) Just wondering though, when do I add the scallions? Can’t seem to find it in the recipe. Also, Im from Toronto, Ontario in Canada and have been having a hard time finding some ingredients. You wouldn’t happen to know of any places that sell Asian spices or sauces that ship to Canada at reasonable shipping rates, would you? I know it’s a long shot but no harm in asking, right?
    In any case, thanks again for the wonderful recipes and for the help!

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