Beef with Broccoli Recipe

Beef with Broccoli is an Asian beef main dish. As the name suggests, this dish is mainly comprised of beef and broccoli combined with different sauces for that delightful Asian flavor.This simple recipe is so easy to follow. I would suggest though that you use beef sirloin or tenderloin to
ensure that your dish will come-out tender. If in case you don’t have them around and opted for another less tender beef part, it would help if you slice the meat thinly and pound it with a meat pounder.

Try this Beef with Broccoli recipe

Beef with Broccoli

Beef with Broccoli Recipe


  • 1 lb beef sirloin, sliced thinly across the grain
  • 2 cups broccoli, chopped
  • 3 tablespoons cooking oil
  • 1 tablespoon garlic, finely minced
  • 1 teaspoon cornstarch, dissolved in 1 tablespoon water
  • 3 cups water (for blanching)
  • Sauce
  • 2 tablespoons oyster sauce
  • 1 teaspoon rice wine
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • ½ beef cube dissolved in ½ cup water


  • 2 teaspoon soy sauce
  • 2 teaspoon rice wine
  • 1/2 teaspoon cornstarch
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

Watch the cooking video:

Cooking Procedure

  1. Combine all the marinade ingredients in a bowl then marinate the beef for at least 20 minutes
  2. In a separate bowl, combine the ingredients for the sauce and stir well. Set aside
  3. Pour the water in a cooking pot and let boil.
  4. Blanch the broccoli for a minute.
  5. Remove the broccoli from the cooking pot and soak in ice water for 10 to 20 seconds then drain excess water. Set aside
  6. Apply high heat on a wok or a frying pan then pour-in cooking oil when the pan is really hot.
  7. Put-in the beef and arrange so that all the slices directly touches the pan. Allow to cook for a minute.
  8. Flip the beef and allow the other side to cook then put-in the garlic and cook for a minute.
  9. Pour-in the sauce and bring to a boil.
  10. Add the broccoli and cook for a minute.
  11. Stir-in the cornstarch (diluted in water) and cook until the sauce thickens.
  12. Serve hot with rice. Share and enjoy!

Number of servings (yield): 4

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  1. cge..i try ko lang…

  2. Sir ano po ung stocks beef? Thankz

  3. Good pm,gusto ko lagyan ng mraming sabaw yung beef brocoli,kya lang bka mag-iba yung lasa.can you give me the measurement of water to be added plus the rice wine,oyster sauce and corn starch to be added.thank you so much..

  4. just finished cooking this recipe, ang sarap! i used mirin for the cooking wine and sukiyaki-cut beef para siguradong tender. it didn’t look the same as the dish sa picture sa taas, mas pale ng konti, pero i thought the taste was perfect. thank you so much, i finally got this dish right :)

  5. Neggie Kearney says:

    what is rice wine? thanks

  6. hi Sir, pede rin bang samahan ng mushroom ‘to?…gnun pa rn ba ang lasa?…

  7. Hello po….I bought MIRIN sweet cooking seasoning. Is this also good for this recipe? About the SAKE for cooking, what particular brand of Sake is best for cooking? I have found a lot of brand in Ranch Market. Please advise the best sake for cooking PLEASE. Thanks and more Power!

  8. kuya pa-request po ng cashew tarts…chaka po fruit cake…
    if possible lang po… thank you po!

  9. whats the substitute for rice wine if its not available?

  10. hay buti nlng my video..malaking 2long poh tlga ang video ng recipe..ahehe..ngayon maipaglu2to q n ang aking asawa ng kanyang wakas..tnx poh tlga..

  11. wud it still be the same if i dont put beef cube? thanks! =) ur website is really a big help to filipinos working abroad.. especially to those craving for filipino dishes.. =)

  12. christian says:

    kuya san po yung ingredients? hinde ko kc ma intindihan sa video!

  13. Got some broccoli and cauliflower in the bin. Can I use them both in this recipe? Or is the cauliflower gonna ruin the taste? Thanks!

  14. your simply amazing.. thank you for sharing all youR recipe’s..
    beef broccoli will be one of my menu for my son’s up coming christening!

  15. apple juice:)

    • mahirap tlgng hanapin rice wine, usually sa chinese place mo
      un mahahanap. pero pedeng gamitin/substitute ang gin.
      apple juice nmn for non-alcohol.

  16. perfect for dinner,..
    with rice siyempre!
    thank you kuya!

  17. if ever na walang rice wine po…

  18. tanong ko lang po kung may alternate sa rice wine if ever walang rice?? thank you… i will cook it for my boyfriend.. this is one of his favorites food..

  19. yup, pareho o isa lang yun :-)

  20. i think this is a chinese food :-)

  21. yung rice wine po ba kailangan po bang kahit anong bigas ang gagamitin?

    • Rafael, you don’t need to make your own rice wine. A product called cooking rice wine is already available in the market. Hope this helps.

  22. ask ko ano po pwdeng gamitin pag walang rice wine?

  23. hi, thanks for sharing ur recipes. just want to know kasi, with regards sa beef minsan tough sya so wat we do is to pressure cook it, mag iiba ba ung steps ko if gamitan ko ng pressure cooker? please help.. i keep coming back to ur site to try new dishes, dont know much about cooking but thanks to ur site really! my husband is a meat lover…need to try new dishes para mabago naman minsan. thanks again.

  24. another recipe,, wow!! …sure my daughter will like this… thanks once again kuya … more power :) god bless

  25. I just wanna THANK YOU for this recipe, it helped us a lot. We really need this recipe for our BASIC NUTRITION (Lab). MORE POWER!!

  26. i will try this tomorrow, para ma impress ko mga kids and partner… would like to ask also, if youre going to cater 10 persons, ilang kilo ba ng beef ang kailangan? just like this recipe…thanks

  27. hi tanx for sharing this, i learned alot from your site =).. can u pls upload how to make paella? i really need to learn how to make one.. my future in-laws are coming to the philippines for a vacation, sana u can help me :P .. tanx in advance.. keep up the great work and more power! =) …

  28. marichu nakamura says:

    kuya pancit palabok naman o kya pancit malabon pls…tenk u ha…

  29. haayyy,,,, kuya d best tlaga site mo, kumpletong kumpleto, now ko lng nakita pero binabalikbalikan ko. the best ka!!!

  30. conn cosio says:

    kuya when i cooked this dish mejo salty sya… natikman ko ito sa super buffet mejo manamis-namis..
    dahil kaya yun sa rice wine? yun kc nabili ko.. db dapat cooking rice wine?
    may difference ba yun sa rice wine lang? meron din kc ako nakita na cooking wine.. wla ako makitang exact cooking rice wine sa walmart, foodsco or savemart..
    where did u buy yours? thanks! :)

  31. You can cook this without the rice wine, magkakaroon lang ng difference sa flavor but will still taste fine.

  32. It’s different sig. I used Chinese cooking rice wine for this.

  33. Thanks for this upload.This is one of my favorites!Every time i eat at the Chinese Restaurant,i always order this.I wanna try this soon but i don’t have rice wine and oyster sauce yet…any substitute?or i really have to follow all the ingredients to come up with the taste?

  34. I like your show.Im learning how to cook..I want to cook the beef broccoli,but I dont have the rice wine..What would be the alternative ingredient to use?

    • Hey, it’s so easy to get rice wine. If you’re living in US, just go to google map and search SF supermarket, or A&A supermarket, or Korean, Japanese, ..any type of Asian supermarket.

      It’s cheap too, I bought the same bottle in the video for 99cent, lol

    • pinay twinkle says:

      jessie, pineapple juice sweetened or unsweetened can be use if ricewine is not available.

  35. yummy! may lulutuin na naman ako bukas! :)

  36. Kuya,pwedi ba ang pork as an alternate of beef?