Beef Broccoli

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Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 6 hrs
Temp Low
Yield Serves 4-6

Super easy Asian recipe.

Ingredients

  • 3 Pounds Chuck Roast
  • 1/2 Onion, sliced
  • 1 Jar Mandarin Stir Fry Sauce
  • 1 Package Frozen Broccoli

Directions

  1. Step One

    Slice beef into thin strips, cutting away larger portions of fat. Place in crock.

  2. Step Two

    Add sliced onion rings on top of meat.

  3. Step Three

    Pour 1/2 of stir fry sauce (or more if you like) over the meat and onion. I used the whole bottle.

  4. Step Four

    Cover and cook on Low for 5-6 hrs. Add frozen broccoli and stir into mixture. Cook 1 more hour.

  5. Step Five

    Serve over rice and add egg rolls for a finishing touch to complete the meal.

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  1. Sher

    One of our favorites, I use “Panda Express” 20.5 oz. bottle of Mandarin Sauce…also added sliced mushrooms and sliced carrots in the last hour and served it over Jasmine rice. AWESOME!!!

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  2. Sandra

    Turned out good, but a bit salty. Will try again in the future with a tweak on the sauce.

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  3. Tiffiney

    Hubby and I loved it! I served it over rice. The kids, 13 and 15, didn’t care for it too much. They only like lo mein and potstickers. Not too adventurous with Asian tastes. Next time, I will cut the meat up smaller, I left it too chunky. I will probably steam the broccoli separate so it doesn’t get overdone and I can serve better leftovers.

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  4. Lindsey

    Thanks Lisa it helped. Guessing its just preference also :)

  5. Lisa

    Lindsey, the original recipe I used called for 1 bag of broccoli so I would guess that 1 bunch of broccoli would be about the same. It may not really make a difference anyway because you can judge by the amount of meat and sauce you have. Hope this helps!

  6. Lindsey

    How much fresh broccoli should I use?

  7. Barbara

    We have fresh broccoli…I’m trying this recipe tonight!! Thanks for the broccoli tip, Lisa!

  8. Lisa

    Abby, yes you can use fresh. You will just have to give it extra cooking time. My broccoli was a bit overcooked but with our schedule I was late getting back it cooked more than 1 hour. I’m actually planning on making this later this week but instead of using broccoli I’m using green pepper and onion. Hope you like it!

  9. Abby

    Could you use fresh broccoli instead of frozen? Would you need to adjust the cook time at all? (I just prefer fresh…frozen always seems to get mushy on me!!) I’m excited to try this recipe!

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