Friday, July 30, 2010

Mongolian Barbecue

I love cooking Mongolian Barbecue when I have guests. It is so easy to cook! Hahaha Promise ... really in a jiff. And I love the the taste. I can still remember the Mongolian Grill Restaurant in Mile Long, I only got the vegetables I like and beef, so that is what I cooked tonight for Mona. Other meat and vegetables can be added also.

Mongolian Barbecue

1/4 K. beef sirloin, sliced into strips

2 heads native garlic, crushed and soaked in 1 T. water

1 white onion, sliced

red pepper, sliced

green pepper, sliced

celery, sliced diagonally

carrot, julienned

chinese cabbage, sliced

cabbage, sliced


3 T. Kikkoman soysauce

1 t. Lee Kum Kee sesame oil

1-2 T. Lee Kum Kee Chili sauce

brown sugar, to taste

1 T. cooking oil

Combine all the ingredients on a tray or in a bowl except the cooking oil. Heat a flat bottomed frying pan or griddle, when smoking hot, add the oil and DUMP all the ingredients. Toss with a pair of spatulas until the beef is cooked.

SEE?!?!?!?! I told you how easy it is!!!! I used a big wok that was why there was more sauce (liquid from the vegetables) than I would prefer. But, none the less, it really tasted good. Just the way I like it!


  1. don't you need to mix this in with a rice?

  2. Hi Mickey,

    I don't like to mix the rice with my Mongolian Barbeque, I eat it on the side or most of the time, no rice at all. I consider this dish my "diet" food.