Mongolian Beef–Meatless Ground & Brown Rice {Vegetarian Recipe}

SaucesToday I am reviewing San-J products. Soy sauces Mongolian Beef & Tamari Lite via Recipe’s that I have enjoyed for years.. I hope you too will enjoy them. I have included a recipe that I have altered for use with Vegetarians. And included my own Photo of how my recipe turned out here at home.

**I received free samples of San-J Products to try out and Review – then write about it on my blog, In exchange I get to keep the product that I review… **

I got the recipe online from San-j for their Mongolian Beef, to use their sauce.. However.  My fiancé is Vegetarian, so I wanted to make a version that was set for him to eat.. So I got him his “meatless meat” it’s that stuff that looks like Hamburger.  Using it with some Button mushrooms, Replacing it instead of sliced beef..  ((I did use sliced beef for myself of course as I am not a Vegetarian.)) 

Here is the recipe from their site Mongolian-NonBeef

1st:  Prepare a side of Cooked rice, maybe even some seasoned Fried rice to serve 4

  1. 2 tablespoons cornstarch
  2. 12 oz. beef skirt steaks or flank steaks, sliced at a slight diagonal, thinly across the grain {for the Vegetarian: Omit steak: replace with 1 small can of sliced mushrooms and a package of  Yves Meatless Ground *or another brand of Meatless meat}
  3. 1 tablespoon peanut oil or canola oil 
  4. 2 green onions, thinly sliced diagonally, about 2 in. long
  5. 1/2 cup San-J Mongolian Sauce
  6. 1/4 tsp. toasted sesame oil (optional)
  • Place the cornstarch and flank steak {meatless Ground & Mushroom} in a sealed plastic bag and shake, evenly coating the beef with the cornstarch. Place the beef in a strainer and shake off excess corn starch.
  • Heat oil in a wok over high heat until the oil is very hot and just about to smoke. Add the beef in a single layer and sear the meat for about 1 minute, stirring to turn the meat about half way through. Add Mongolian Sauce and cook for about 2 minutes, stirring again. Add green onion and toss with the beef, about 15 seconds. Finish with toasted sesame oil if desired. Serve with cooked rice.

Serves 4

* In my photo I show here: I fixed Long grain brown rice with the Vegan Yves Meatless Ground adding in some sliced mushroom for some more “meat” with the Mongolian sauce, and topped It with some Green onions. as the directions noted.  It was fabulous.  SO, who’s to say you couldn’t make this recipe with Ground hamburger and add mushrooms instead of Steak if you don’t care for Steak or can’t eat it for some reason.. My mom has false teeth and can’t chew steak, she eats ground beef instead… She loved this idea, so I made it for her and she loved it.

The Gluten Free recipes that appear in their website incorporate a variety of San-J’s products that are Certified Gluten Free. Please be sure to consider the other ingredients to make sure they comply with your dietary needs and restrictions

See the original post / recipe HERE


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