20 Minute Miso Ginger Beef and Broccoli. Easy homemade, stir-fried-style steak in a yummy miso ginger sesame sauce. Serve with broccoli that’s cooked right alongside the steak. The easiest skillet dinner that takes less than 30 minutes from start to finish. Add a side of rice and top with fresh green onions, toasty sesame seeds, and pickled ginger. Great any night of the week!
When I was brainstorming recipes for the new year, I had a few things I wanted to keep in mind. I wanted all of the recipes to be colorful. So, either full of vegetables or tossed in yummy sauces and finished with fresh herbs. I also want to focus on more protein-rich meals this year. And then, of course, I want all of my recipes to be as easy as possible – easy, fun, yet still delicious.
Stir fry dinners have always been on rotation over here. They check off all the above boxes, and they always turn out so delicious.
So for this stir fry, I wanted my sauce to include miso and ginger. Over the holidays, I made my recipe for miso chicken Katsu ramen. I’m in love with the combination of miso, ginger, and sesame when creating Asian sauces. It’s so delicious! I think I made that miso ramen three times over Christmas break, it’s one of my brothers favorite recipes.
Since everyone is still here in Colorado this week, I wanted to create something with a similar flavor profile but a different type of dinner.
This was perfect for everyone!
Here are the details
Step 1: make the sauce
This is simple: whisk everything up in a tall glass measuring cup and the sauce is done.
I love to use tamari, which is gluten-free soy sauce. I also like to use bone broth, but any chicken, vegetable, or beef broth will do the trick. Whisk together the tamari, broth, white miso paste, a tiny amount of honey, red curry paste, ginger juice, and toasted sesame oil.
Now, whisk in the flour (you can also use cornstarch) to help thicken the sauce around the beef.
Step 2: cook the beef and broccoli
Next, start cooking the beef in a big skillet, or if you have one, use a wok. Then add the broccoli, lots of shallots, plenty of ginger, and some garlic. Cook until everything is seared and things are smelling yummy.
Just watch the ginger and garlic, you don’t want them to burn.
Step 3: add the sauce
When things are looking good in the skillet, pour over the sauce. Then simmer, tossing everything up in the sauce until it thickens and coats both the beef and broccoli.
This will take around 5 minutes. Not too long at all.
Step 4: serve
At this point, you can serve the beef and broccoli in the sauce over bowls of rice (I like using jasmine). Lately, I’ve been making my jasmine rice with bone broth. It’s really delicious and also high in protein.
Finish each bowl topped with a drizzle of toasted sesame oil, green onions, and sesame seeds.
Perfect for our busiest nights this year.
Hoping you guys love this one as much as we do. I’m already excited to make it again later this week!
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20 Minute Miso Ginger Beef and Broccoli
Calories Per Serving: 337 kcal
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- 1. To make the sauce. Combe all ingredients in a glass jar and whisk to combine.2. Season the beef with black pepper. Heat the ghee in a large skillet over high heat. Add the beef and cook, undisturbed, until seared, 2 minutes. Toss the meat, add the broccoli, shallots, ginger, and garlic. Cook for 2-3 minutes, until fragrant. 3. Pour in the sauce. Simmer for 5 minutes, until the sauce coats the beef and broccoli.4. Remove from the heat. Serve the beef and broccoli over rice, topped with toasted sesame seeds, green onions, and pickled ginger.