If you love Chinese food and Beef, then you are in luck! Here’s 10+ Delicious Chinese Beef Recipes – including pepper steak, braised beef, Mongolian beef, mushroom beef, beef noodle soup and more!
Chinese Condiments, Sauces, and Spices
One of the reasons Chinese food tastes so good is because of all the various sauces, oils, and spices we use. It might seem kind of complicated, but really it boils down to some different types of Chinese Sauces and Spices to keep in your pantry!
This Pepper Steak Chinese Recipe is delicious and easy to make! Now, I’ve had Pepper Steak in American Chinese restaurants before, and while they are pretty yummy too, they are not as delicious as the ones my mom makes – this is her recipe!
Taiwanese beef noodle soup is made with Red Braised Beef! You make the beef and you can eat it with rice and veggies. Then for the second meal, cook some noodles and add veggies in the soup which makes Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup - 台灣紅燒牛肉麵.
I’m actually not the biggest fan of tofu, yet I absolutely love Mapo Tofu. Soft cubed tofu cooked in a flavorful spicy meaty sauce? It’s basically a Chinese comfort food! Especially when you eat it with rice! So, I thought I’d share an easy recipe for Mapo Tofu this week.
Luo Song Tang aka Chinese Borscht Soup is so rich and tasty - Beef broth based soup with chunks of beef cooked with garlic, onions, potatoes and tomatoes. The flavor is so delicious and it's also a very nutritious soup!
Mongolian Beef is a delicious beef stir fry recipe served with lots of onions and a tasty sauce. This flavorful dish is popular in Chinese restaurants, and also actually very easy to make at home – here’s my Mongolian Beef Stir Fry recipe!
This Pepper Steak with Onion Stir Fry dish is a tasty dish that is also pretty easy to make! Perfect for week days or week nights. Marinated cubed beef, stir fried with tender but crunchy peppers and onions - what's not to love?
Shredded Meat Celery and Dried Tofu Stir Fry – The name is a mouthful but it’s a popular dish in Chinese cuisine! Marinated shredded beef or pork, stir fried with dry pressed tofu (aka dougan) along with julienned celery.
I remember the first time I heard someone mention that Chinese food was unhealthy. I was confused because at that point in time, most Chinese meals I’ve had were healthier than your average American dish. An average homecooked meal for me consisted of meat, veggie, and seafood. An abundance of good nutrition! This Broccoli with Beef Stir Fry is one of the examples!