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Mongolian beef


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Ingredients

  • 2 centimetre ginger
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons tamari
  • 2 teaspoons Coconut sugar
  • 1 tablespoon Corn Flour, gluten free
  • 1/2 teaspoon Bi Carb Soda
  • 2 garllic cloves
  • 500 grams Beef fillet, cubed
  • 200 grams onion
  • 40 grams peanut oil
  • 1 tablespoon sambal oelek
  • 1 tablespoon hoisin sauce
  • 1/2 teaspoon Chinese 5 spice
  • 1 tablespoon rice wine vingar
  • 1 tablespoon Seasame oil
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place ginger, egg, tamari, sugar, cornflour, bicarb & arlic into mixing bowl. Chop 5sec/speed 8.

    Place beef into large bowl, pour marinade on top. Marinade for 1-3hours. Clean and dry bowl.

    Place onion, peanut oil into mixing bowl and chop 3 sec/speed 5. Scrape down sides. Saute 4min 30 sec/ 100 deg/speed 1.

    Add beef & marinade, sambal oelek, hoi sin, chinese 5 spice, rice wine vinegar & sesame oil cook 15 min/100 deg/Counter-clockwise operation/Gentle stir setting.

    Add pinch salt & pepper if desired. Cook for a further 2 mins/ 100 deg/Counter-clockwise operation/Gentle stir setting, or until beef is cooked to your preference.
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This recipe is a variation of the Mongolian Lamb Hotpot from the Basic Cook Book


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  • This is the best recipe! So tasty, yet so easy !

    Submitted by jacquiedixon on 7. August 2017 - 16:07.

    This is the best recipe! So tasty, yet so easy !

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  • Delicious recipe i added frozen vegies in at the...

    Submitted by tashib on 7. May 2017 - 18:18.

    Delicious recipe, i added frozen vegies in at the last 5 mins

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  • Very tasty and meat was tende

    Submitted by Wwanda on 2. April 2017 - 20:11.

    Very tasty and meat was tende

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  • Tastes just like the real thing

    Submitted by GiuliaBarron on 16. March 2017 - 15:07.

    Tastes just like the real thing

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  • I was very excited by this recipe and sadly it did...

    Submitted by Taelia20 on 4. January 2017 - 10:26.

    I was very excited by this recipe and sadly it did not meet my expectations. I found the flavours were there but only just, it was quite dull in intensity, It lacked richness. I will definitely try it again and use it as a platform for a fuller flavoured dish. Some ground bean sauce and more hoisin sauce should do the trick.

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  • a family Favourite!!  Kids

    Submitted by Hon123 on 16. November 2016 - 19:31.

    a family Favourite!!  Kids always go back for 2nds.  This is the BEST Mongolian beef ever!  so flavoursome.  i only use 1 teaspoon of sambal oelek and find it has enough heat.   I usually double the recipe for a family of 4-5.  

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  • OMG! This is SO delicious. We

    Submitted by Sparkls on 28. September 2016 - 08:46.

    OMG! This is SO delicious. We served it with a side of stir fry garlic vegies and steamed rice and our family of 4 devoured it with not a single bit left. As it does not show the time to cook, I went with 15mins as someone else suggested and it was good for my thinly sliced peice of beef fillet. It did mush slightly (even on reverse), but DD13, DD7 and I liked it that way whereas hubby would have preferred it a little chunkier. In fact, fussy eater Miss 7 said "Can we have this every night?!". Someone suggested the name should be changed as it's not a true Mongolian beef. Well, I'm not sure if that's true but hubby has suggested it be named "Wow Cow"! Lol

    Amazing dish!

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  • I'm sorry it doesn't say how

    Submitted by mu01my on 19. September 2016 - 16:27.

    I'm sorry it doesn't say how many minutes to cook the meat lol 

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  • This is amazing. Even hubby

    Submitted by Nerika on 4. September 2016 - 21:52.

    This is amazing. Even hubby loved it and he doesn't like many Asian dishes. I didnt have Tamari but used soy sauce instead and it was great. We ate it with steamed veg and rice.

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  • This dish is always delicious

    Submitted by Zarabelle13 on 28. August 2016 - 20:18.

    This dish is always delicious tastes just like the chinese restaurant version of mongolian beef and has saved me a fortune on takeaway  :)

     

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  • This is so tasty. I added

    Submitted by AmandaHG on 11. August 2016 - 20:19.

    This is so tasty. I added zucchini, broccoli  and capsicum in the varoma while  the meat was cooking. Had it all with noodles.  A very nice meal

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  • Great recipe i used rump

    Submitted by kyza24 on 23. June 2016 - 21:15.

    Great recipe i used rump steak cut thinly i cooked it for 10mins but personally it tastes nothing like any mongolian dish i have ever tasted.  I will coook this again but the name needs to be changed, the dish is full of flavour and very tasty

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  • Great recipie!

    Submitted by Tracystj on 16. June 2016 - 17:12.

    Great recipie!

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  • I didn't fancy this much but

    Submitted by Kofuji on 27. May 2016 - 16:33.

    I didn't fancy this much but the husband really enjoyed it!

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  • Bravo   this recipe surpassed

    Submitted by roxygirl720 on 11. May 2016 - 19:31.

    Bravo

     

    this recipe surpassed any ideas I had. You can not go past this recipe. It just needs the cooking time edited correctly and its a 'winner winner beef dinner". 

    I loved it. The kids loved it. And fussy male loved it. It is now the Holy Grail meal in this home 

    thank you for sharing. Beautiful. 

    * I cooked for a total of 20 mins + 2 mins. I also used scotch fillet. Soooooo worth it.

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  • This was sooo delicious

    Submitted by charlie_01 on 4. April 2016 - 12:50.

    This was sooo delicious

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  • Yum yum yum. Thanks

    Submitted by Shannzi on 2. April 2016 - 18:24.

    Yum yum yum. Thanks

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  •     This is seriously one of

    Submitted by Lozgus on 10. March 2016 - 20:31.

     

     

    This is seriously one of the best things I've ever made!!!!

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  • I just love you...my husband

    Submitted by Kerryellis on 8. March 2016 - 20:08.

    I just love you...my husband never compliments my cooking unless pushed.... Tonight he said

    well we don't need to order this when we get take away Chinese again... Why I ask... His reply is cause this is so good we don't want to mess with it.... Served with a thermie fried

    rice and I'm stoked... Sensational meal... Thank you

    thinly sliced

    some porterhouse and some

    scotch fillet and used rice bran oil ..

    also reduced sambal olek to half

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  • Excited to give this a try

    Submitted by Kerryellis on 7. March 2016 - 19:47.

    Excited to give this a try tomorrow. My daughter is peanut allergy. Anyone suggest a good substitute for the peanut oil

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  • Just made this again, just as

    Submitted by NannyShell on 30. January 2016 - 20:29.

    Just made this again, just as good as first time, meat so tender and tasty even with only nine half an hour of marinating time and  chuck steak, love it :)

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  • I am sad to say that I have

    Submitted by Choppers on 28. December 2015 - 18:19.

    I am sad to say that I have made this so many times now I hardly need to look at the recipe. The flavours are fantastic and I make it with beef, lamb and chicken. For the chicken I just mix it all together and stir fry it in the wok as it mixes it too well in the thermie. 

    Thanks. 

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  • My husband and i were not a

    Submitted by chellewhitty on 1. December 2015 - 20:51.

    My husband and i were not a fan of this recipe, sorry. I got so excited by all the reviews, but we both ended up having peanut butter sandwiches for dinner. 

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  • This was delicious. Thank you

    Submitted by Bircho on 11. October 2015 - 21:12.

    This was delicious. Thank you for sharing. I didn't have Chinese 5 spice but used a chilli in the marinade instead. I also added snow peas and broccoli for the last five minutes of cooking. So yum. Will definitely make again.

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  • Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhmazing!!!! I

    Submitted by Christena on 22. September 2015 - 22:52.

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhmazing!!!! I used my bellini intelli and cooked for 15 mins where the cooking time is missing, and was cooked to perfection, i also used beef round steak as thats all i had in the freezer. teamed it with plain rice and loved every bite, maybe for those with small kids just use like 1 teaspoon of sambal oelek instead of the tablespoon as it was a bit spicy for my kids but i figure thats ok, more for the adults :D

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  • Great flavour, lots of sauce.

    Submitted by GinStar on 26. August 2015 - 20:27.

    Great flavour, lots of sauce. It thickened in the thermoserver whilst I was making Chinese Stirfryed Vege and Special Fried Rice to go with it for dinner. Definitely will be on my menu as a regular. Everyone loved it!

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  •  My family loved this recipe,

    Submitted by Ally5891 on 20. August 2015 - 22:18.

     My family loved this recipe, my husband said it was the best he had ever had and hes had a few ha ha ha!!!

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  • Absolutely loved this

    Submitted by PaulieW on 23. July 2015 - 11:51.

    Absolutely loved this recipe

    My family and I are rating recipes. We gave this a 10/10

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  • This recipe was absolutely

    Submitted by PaulieW on 23. July 2015 - 10:23.

    This recipe was absolutely delicious 10/10

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  • Loved this thank you!! Made

    Submitted by Minnie444 on 1. July 2015 - 16:36.

    Loved this thank you!! Made this for dinner with some fried rice last night and it tasted just like chinese takeout. I have added it to my favourites so that it can be a regular in our house. Thanks heaps.

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  • GREAT RECIPE I ADDED STRIPS

    Submitted by gillettt on 24. June 2015 - 06:29.

    GREAT RECIPE I ADDED STRIPS OF CAPSICUM AND USED NORMAL SUGAR INSTEAD OF COCONUT SUGAR. 

     

    WILL MAKE AGAIN. 

    TEAMED IT WITH HONEY CHICKEN AND FRIED RICE

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  • Just like Chinese takeaway.

    Submitted by mel_b on 20. June 2015 - 10:10.

    Just like Chinese takeaway. Great flavour in sauce & meat so tender - doubled recipe and cooked meat for 8 min then stir + 3 min (if single batch, make it 6 min, stir + 2 mins). Cut up a cheap stewing beef into thin slices (like stir fry). Only marinated meat as long as it took me to get out all the other ingredients & prep, much less than 1h). Used hoisin sauce & no sambal oelek for kids, had cut fresh chilli on side to add during meal. Ample sauce to mix in veggies too - added steamed beans & capsicum too, although any steamed stir fry veg would be good. Thanks for sharing!

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  • Great Mongolian Beef recipe.

    Submitted by Empee33 on 11. June 2015 - 16:25.

    Great Mongolian Beef recipe. Thank you. I used 800g rump steak and cooked for 20 mins. 

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  • Fantastic! Had a friend

    Submitted by MartyJ on 7. June 2015 - 19:01.

    Fantastic! Had a friend recommend this. Cut up a 500gm  sirloin and cooked for 21 mins. Added a dash of Hoi sin after it cooked as I must have given a bit too much 5 spice. Cooked with Hokkien noodles and stir fried Asian vege in a wok. Really fresh and whole family loved it

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  • Quite nice, but would use

    Submitted by Mrs_LC on 3. June 2015 - 16:40.

    Quite nice, but would use strips of beef next time, rather than cubes.

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  • This recipe doesn't say the

    Submitted by Mards on 29. May 2015 - 21:56.

    This recipe doesn't say the time of cooking for the beef and spices. Can you enlighten me please?

     

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  • Absolutely delicious. I used

    Submitted by Jenna.g.26 on 11. May 2015 - 13:35.

    Absolutely delicious. I used only half the sambas oelek and it was perfect. 

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  • I cooked this for dinner

    Submitted by Mez74 on 29. April 2015 - 19:15.

    I cooked this for dinner tonight and my husband and I enjoyed it very much. My sauce was a little thin so I'll try and thicken it up next time I cook it. The beef was just lovely - very tender. 

    Edited to add that I cooked the beef for 20 minutes, as per previous suggestions. 

    Hermie my Thermie Gentle stir setting

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  • What is the cooking time for

    Submitted by Mez74 on 29. April 2015 - 09:14.

    What is the cooking time for the beef??

    Hermie my Thermie Gentle stir setting

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  • You can find both ingredients

    Submitted by Nin79 on 20. April 2015 - 18:36.

    You can find both ingredients at coles etc. Chinese 5 spice is in the herbs and spices isle and sambal should be there with sweet chilli sauce etc or in the Asian section of the supermarket 

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  • Chinese 5 spice? This is

    Submitted by Trudy Thermagerl on 20. April 2015 - 15:53.

    Chinese 5 spice? This is really foreign to me, has anyone seen it at woollies or coles? Also oelek? 

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  • This is delicious.! I made a

    Submitted by MrsQ on 19. April 2015 - 17:04.

    This is delicious.! I made a few adjustments. I used two pieces of lean scotch fillet with little fat, I didn't marinate it in the egg. I used raw sugar instead of coconut and chinese cooking wine instead of the vinegar. i cooked ours on the stove as thermie was busy and it was so easy and very tasty.! Family loved it.!! will be making this again. 

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  • This is the BEST meal ever

    Submitted by jacquiedixon on 13. April 2015 - 09:02.

    This is the BEST meal ever :) so tasty! Better than chinese !

    I cooked it  for 20min . Thanks for sharing . 

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  • this is my fav meal from the

    Submitted by phallett on 3. April 2015 - 21:09.

    this is my fav meal from the thermomix. so much flavor & it's very easy. I usually make a side of stir fry veggies to go with it.

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  • Hi there It is like an asian

    Submitted by Kreative Kappy on 2. April 2015 - 12:26.

    Hi there :) It is like an asian chilli paste. 

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  • YUMMM, this was delicious, I

    Submitted by gavanne on 27. March 2015 - 13:53.

    YUMMM, this was delicious, I had my 17 and 20 year olds fighting over who was eating the rest of the sauce with the left over rice!! :) definately a family favourite and enjoyed by all. Thank you

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  • What is sambal oelek?  

    Submitted by karazmatic on 25. March 2015 - 19:47.

    What is sambal oelek?

     

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  • Delicious! Made with lamb

    Submitted by reneejt on 19. March 2015 - 14:53.

    Delicious! Made with lamb fillet and it was cooked perfectly (20minutes as other comments suggested). Served with cauliflower 'fried' rice. 

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  • You can get it in Woolworths

    Submitted by brookemaree on 17. March 2015 - 13:20.

    You can get it in Woolworths in the sugar section and it's just sugar made from coconuts instead of sugar cane

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  • Where do you get coconut

    Submitted by MaddieDJ on 16. March 2015 - 09:31.

    Where do you get coconut sugar from and how is it different to ordinary sugar please

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