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Mongolian beef is a dish that is believed to have originated in the Mongolian region of China. The dish is made with beef that is stir fried with vegetables and a variety of seasonings. Mongolian beef recipes vary greatly, but the dish is typically made with ginger, garlic, soy sauce, and green onions.
Mongolian beef is a popular dish in Chinese restaurants, and is often served with rice or noodles. The dish is also popular in other Asian countries, such as Mongolia, Korea, and Japan. Mongolian beef recipes have been adapted to suit the tastes of these different cultures.
The dish is believed to have originated during the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), when the Mongolian Empire ruled China. During this time, the Mongols introduced a number of new foods to China, including beef. It is thought that the original Mongolian beef recipe was adapted from a traditional Mongolian dish called huachana, which is made with mutton.
Making Mongolian beef is a great way to enjoy a delicious Asian-inspired meal. To make the perfect Mongolian beef, start by marinating the beef in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, and garlic. This will help to infuse the beef with flavor and tenderize the meat. Next, stir-fry the beef in a hot wok or skillet with a generous amount of oil until the beef is evenly cooked. Lastly, add a flavorful sauce made of soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, and brown sugar to the cooked beef. Serve the Mongolian beef over steamed rice or noodles for an unforgettable meal.
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