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LAMB AND BEEF IN CHINESE COOKING

Chinese Spicy Sauteed Beef Stir Fry Beef and Broccoli

Beef is by far a less common form of meat in Chinese food than pork. Hence when Chinese mention meat, they mean pork. Beef is more common in Szechuan cuisine than it is in other Chinese cuisines, perhaps due to the widespread use of oxen in the region. Stir-fried beef is often cooked until chewy, while steamed beef is sometimes coated with cornstarch to produce a rich gravy.

The main reason that the Chinese do not eat much beef is probably that it is not as versatile a meat as pork from the point of view of Chinese cooking. For example, beef meat balls will never be as tender as pork. While for most of Chinese recipes, pork will make reasonably good dishes with beef, they do not make such easily successful dishes with beef as with pork. However, some recipes are especially good for beef or are better with beef than with pork and are therefore primarily a beef recipe. You can always use your own judgment about interchanging the recipes between beef and pork.
You know of course that pork should be cooked thoroughly, while beef can be eaten rare. This compensates in part for the tougher texture of beef than pork. But then beef when too rare will not taste Chinese.

Chinese Stirfry Pepper SteakThe Chinese usually use tenderloin or sirloin for beef slices and shreds in stir fry dishes. For stewing, shin and shank meat in whole pieces or in large cubes are usually used. The Chinese do not use other big pieces of meat because it has longer tissues and they stiffen more when stewing and come out less tender.

Meat shreds, cubes etc should be dried well (if not marinated) before they are put in a hot wok. This enables the pore of the meat to seal when they come in contact with heat. By preparing meat this manner, there will be very little loss of moisture and it will stay juicy.

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CHINESE BEEF RECIPES | CHINESE LAMB RECIPES

 

- Oriental Beef Steaks & Noodles
- Szechuan Beef Stir Fry
- Stewed Beef with Chinese Cabbage
- Stir Fry Beef with Broccoli
- Chinese Ground Beef Casserole
- Chinese Steamed Beef
- Sweet and Sour Beef Meatballs
- Sweet and Sour Beef Meatballs 2
- Beef and Pork Meatballs
- Beef Meatballs in Pineapple Sauce
- Hunan Beef
- Stirfried Beef with Broccoli & Oyster Sauce
- Stirfried Beef in Sesame Oil
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Spiced Steamed Mutton
- Fried Lamb
- Beef Steak with Snow Peas
- Kidney w/ Scallions & Cauliflower
- Sautéed Lamb with Scallions
- Deep-Fried Beef Steak
- Ginger Beef (M)
- Red-Cooked Beef with Star Anise
- Deep Fried Liver and Kidney
- Kung Pao Beef
- Chinese Beef Kebabs
- Colorful Beef Shreds
- Lamb with Assorted Vegetables
- Stir Fried Beef in Oyster Sauce
- Dry Fried Beef Shreds
- Fried Shredded Beef and Potatoes
- Minced Beef with Tomatoes and Potato Chips
- Steamed Minced Beef
- Fried Beef with Celery
- Fried Beef Liver

Stir Fried Beef with Mixed Vegetables
- Sweet and Sour Beef
- Stir Fried Beef with Chinese Mushroom
- Chinese Pepper Steak 1
- Chinese Pepper Steak 2
- Chinese Pepper Steak 3
- Stir Fried Beef with Bean Sprouts and Broccoli
- Orange Beef
- Beef with Green Peppers & Black Bean Sauce
- Beef Stew
- Stir Fried Beef with Carrot
- Stirfried Shredded Beef w/ Ginger
- Stir-Fried Beef with Onions
- Slow-Roast Spiced Leg of Lamb
- Clear-simmered Beef
- Spiced Leg of Lamb
- Leg of Beef in Fruit Sauce
- Quick Fried Steak with Vegetables
- Spicy Beef with Tofu in Garlic Sauce
- Mushu Beef
- Beef with Broccoli in Garlic Sauce
- Mongolian Beef
- Shredded Beef with Sesame Seeds
- Stir Fried Beef with Pineapple
- Cauliflower Beef in Garlic Sauce
- Stir Fried Beef with Snow Peas
- Mutton with Original Sauce in an Earthen Pot
- Steamed Beef with Rice-flour Noodles
- Fried Shredded Beef with Onions
- Fried Beef with Cauliflower
- Sautéed Sliced Beef
- Sesame Deep Fried Beef

(M) = Microwave Recipe



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