Peanut oil or sunflower oil is the best. This looks delicious! Thank you for sharing this recipe! Tried to make, IDK if it was the soy sauce i used but it was really salty, will try again at another time, but i will add less soy sauce and more brown sugar. This recipe is on point…..I always eat Mongolian Beef & P.F. Can’t wait to try it out this week, never had Mongolian beef so I am excited about this , I just made it, and it’s delicious! On rack or directly on baking sheet? The only thing I get from PF Chang’s is this and I feel like I was there while eating this. So nice and saucy! I used Sirloon beef instead of flank steak(they were out) and I didnt have anything green so i used red bell peppers and red onions which I sauteed. Your email address will not be published. Add red pepper flakes and green onions and remove from heat. It’s not too sweet or salty. I’ve never actually been to PF Chang’s, but it’s been on our list of places to try when in the States for a long time now! Will definitely be making again. Im thinking she didnt put the right veg oil so i would put 1/3 or 1/2 cup she only put the 1cup vag oil for cooking the meet. Make the sauce. Mongolian Beef is one of my favorite dishes in the world! Came out amazing. I chose sirloin steak and for the sauce I used low sodium soy sauce and started with just 1/4 cup brown sugar and then added more by the Tablespoon until it got to the sweetness I wanted. I’m glad to know it worked well in your crockpot Rusty. It was super good I followed the recipe exactly. I made this today because I haven’t been to P.F Changs in a while since I am living abroad and all I can say is: it really took me back!!! Pinned , I wholeheartedly agree… homemade Mongolian beef is the bomb! My family loves it. The dish turned out great! I added a small amount of green pepper and broccoli to this and a bit more red pepper flake . (My family is already asking to have it again.). Delicious recipe! I have made this many times before using a different recipe. This is really good. I love stir fry food and thought I’d try my hand at this recipe which seemed uncomplicated. Made this tonight and it was AMAZING. Crispy but tender pieces of beef coated in a thick, sweet and a little salty sauce. Refrigerate 4 hours, or overnight. Toss flank steak with cornstarch and let sit 10 to 15 minutes. I did make the mistake of over cooking. This is a really nice recipe. But that is just my personal taste. Made this for the second time tonight. Mix sauce and all all ingredients to crockpot? It’s always tender this way. For more mouth watering recipes follow Spicy Southern Kitchen on. This recipe looks fantastic!!! Your Mongolian Beef looks absolutely incredible, Christin! I followed the recipe to a T and it turned out great. Thanks for sharing. Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe Christin!! Made this tonight. The fat in the meat really gave it a wonderful buttery texture. I made this tonight for my family & got a thumbs up from everyone. I added a little oyster sauce to the beef while cooking it just to balance the sweef/savory flavors. I will be careful next time. Someone mentioned baking the meat in earlier post but not sure for how long and at what temperature? Absolutely Delicious!! 1. I am a fan of sweet and spicy, so next time I will add more pepper just to add a little more complexity to the flavor. It was so tasty other than being to salty for my liking. Partially frozen, cut on the bias. Hi Katy! My name is Christin and trying new foods and experimenting in the kitchen are my greatest passions. I just made this yesterday and it was delicious. Thank you for sharing!! That Mongolian beef looks SO delicious!! https://www.food.com/recipe/actual-pf-changs-mongolian-beef-recipe-452525 Yum! This looks so saucy and sticky — the best way! It is all about personal taste. We already cut back on the sugar, but we should have also used a low sodium soya sauce. You can also get away with less oil if you want to. Delicious!! I truly love this =), This PF Chang’s copycat dish looks amazing! Big hit. This is the actual recipe of the mongolian beef at PF Changs--enjoy! There’s just too many good restaurants that we don’t have, so we haven’t made it there yet! 7. Hello ..This is my first comment on this board . Very tasty dish and mouth-watering photos! If you don’t have much of a sweet tooth, cut back on the sugar but keep in mind that the sugar helps balance the salt and cutting back on the sugar may cause the sauce to taste saltier. And maybe a bit of sesame oil for the flavor. My alterations: subbed light brown sugar for dark brown, only used 1/2 cup oil for frying the steak and served jasmine rice with it. https://damndelicious.net/2013/10/05/pf-changs-mongolian-beef-copycat-recipe I actually made this using leftover London broil and it was great! Thank you for sharing. That is what I need to know. If you tend to not like salty foods, try using low sodium soy sauce. I don’t buy brown sugar so I used 1/2 cup coconut sugar which is a great substitute. Thank YOU for sharing this recipe with us…love it! You are supposed to add the STARCH too in order to thicken the sauce after you add water. Maybe I will add broccoli next time and cut the sugar down. . Delicious! Yes, I think it would be fine to cook the meat in your fryer and do the rest of the recipe in a pan. Followed the directions to the letter. , Christine, this Mongolian Beef is just as good if not better than PF Chang’s. I did find it a bit sweet, but added more red pepper flakes to balance it out more. There is just something about that sweet and slightly salty sauce that is so addicting! 3. Heat 1 tablespoon Vegetable oil in a. I let the sauce cook down longer so it was thicker. Was a little to sweet but that’s ok. I love it, Thanks. I baked my beef in oven 450 degrees until brown, turned pieces over and cooked until well brown. Tastes identical to PF Chang’s if not better. I will have to try adding asparagus next time I make it! Can you use ground ginger in the place on minced and how much. Delicious recipe. I love PF Changs and LOVE making delicious dishes in my own home. I was curious if I can marinate the beef strips ahead of time in the soy sauce mix to make them even more flavorful? I do add extra garlic, at least double, but my family likes garlic. Kindly give the author credit and link back to the original source here: I’m actually going to PF Chang’s tomorrow night for dinner, though I’ve never had their mongolian beef before! It is absolutely amazing and I had a very happy family last night:) Thank you so much! Making it tonight! I will certainly make it again with that adjustment! Will definitely make again and also try something similar with chicken. Delicious! Some of the really long pieces I cut in half to make them more bite-sized. crispy shrimp tossed in a zesty sauce, I’d be in hog heaven lol, Hi Larry, thank you so much for leaving such a nice comment. I made the recipe just like the recipe states. *This is now their new “favorite” beef/steak recipe. She needs to fix that. does the one they make at the restaurant have alcohol in it ? Much too sweet for my taste. But I just finished making this fantastic mongolian beef recipe and I have to say it was one of the tastiest dishes I ever made. Made the Mongolian Beef and it turned out awesome!