Sliced steak pieces are dredged in cornflour, then deep-fried until crispy, before being stir-fried with an aromatic ginger sauce. Serve over freshly cooked rice and steamed vegetables.
well i do not know why corn flour is used, it didn't coat the beef well at all, so i ended up deep frying good fillet steak, corn flour is for thickening! disappointed! - 08 Feb 2015
This was really simple but very tasty - 03 Oct 2013
WOW Brent!!! I was a little skeptical about this recipe because I wasn't sure how the beef would turn out...(I rarely fry anything), but I was in total shock when I tasted how good this was. I know this is just as good as the crispy beef I've ordered at a local chinese restaurant around our area. I didn't use fresh ginger...only powdered and instead of the chili paste, I used hot chili sauce. I thickened up the sauce with a little cornstarch at the end since mine was a bit watery. But other than those few changes, I pretty much followed the directions. I highly recommened this recipe!! - 25 Apr 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)