Ditch the expense of takeout and the work of homemade broccoli beef with this super-simple slow cooker recipe for the classic dish.
If the sauce hasn't thickened, it can be ladled out and cooked in a saucepan until it reaches the desired consistency. Then return it to the slow cooker.
The sugar is slight too much. I scooped only 60 grams and that was more than enough. Also, use light soy sauce and reduced salt stock. From my previous Asian cooking experience I knew the salt would be too much. My beef was there for 4 hours on high and another 2 on low. Perhaps it wasn't as good a steak, but prepared to taste it after 2 hours and adjust accordingly. I added the broccoli also to the slow cooker for the last 30 min. Apparently it was such a fantastic meal that no one could stop eating! - 29 Apr 2017
This is review is for myself. I cut up my steak and put some minced garlic and Dale's Steak Seasoning and a little soy and ground ginger. I let it set for 10 min or so. Then I just fried the meat and here's what I did to the sauce. 1 c. water, 1/2 c soy, 1/4 c brown sugar, 1 1/2 tsp beef bouillon, some more ginger powder, and a splash of cooking wine, shake of garlic powder, and black pepper. Then after the broccoli was steamed I added it and the sauce. It was good, I don't think i would do the full amount of brown sugar but maybe it would be ok. - 01 Aug 2017 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Too salty for my taste, but it has great potential and was super easy to make! I think maybe it will be just perfect for me if I try reduced sodium soy sauce and reduced sodium bouillon next time. - 31 Jul 2017 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)