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Mongolian Beef

Prep Time: 10 minutes            Cooking Time:  5-6 Hours                                  Serves: 4-6 people

Mongolian Beef is on the Menu today!!  Yay.

Greetings to all fellow home cooking chefs here on the East Coast of Africa and around this beautiful world we live in.

Today we are going to show you how to make Mongolian Beef done in a Slow Cooker/Crock Pot. This a great meal for cold nights and is not a big strain on the budget strings.

One can use any good cut of Beef steak;  Rump steak, Sirloin or  Flank, the choice is yours.

Today we will be using Rump Steak.

What's great about this recipe is that it is quick to prepare (10 minutes)  then everything goes into the slow cooker and cooks for 5-6 hours, with no interference required on your behalf.


Okey, Dokey time to get all the ingredients for this tasty dish. You will need the following.

  • 800gram Rump steak
  • ¼ cup Corn starch.
  • 1 Med Onion peeled cut in half and then cut in half rings.
  • ½ tsp minced garlic
  • ½ Cup frozen Peas..
  • ¾ Soy Sauce.
  • ¾ cup Brown Sugar. (Banting dieters can use xylitol)
  • ¾ Water.
  • 3 Tbsp Worchester sauce.
  • 1 cup. Grated carrots.
  • Tbsps. Olive oil.
  •  150 g Sliced Mushrooms.
  • Green onion for garnishing.
  • Optional garnish;  sesame seeds.
  • Great, all we have to do now is sit back put our feet up and relax with a cool glass of your favorite beverage.

Mongolian Beef Method

 Now that we got all our ingredients together ,wait for it …………….

                                        "Its Time To Start  A  Cooking"

  • Cut the steak into thin strips.
  • Place in a plastic bag with the Cornstarch and shake to coat. (Banting Dieters should omit this step, still tastes great).
  • Add the Olive Oil and all the other ingredients into your Slow Cooker and stir..
  • Add the coated meat and stir until coated with the sauce.
  • Cook on high 2½  hours or on low 5-6 hours until meat is tender.
  • When cooked, transfer the Mongolian beef into a large glass serving dish and garnish with chopped spring onions and sesame seeds.

 You have just finished cooking a once tasted never forgotten Mongolian beef, easy hey?   


There are a lot of ways of serving this tasty Mongolian beef, set out below are just a few ideas. 

  • With Basmati rice and garnished with chopped green onions.
  • With any Pasta of your choice.
  • With any steamed green veggies i.e. Broccoli, green beans, peas.
  • With mashed potatoes and any green steamed veggies.
  • On its own.
  • In a Chinese bowl with chinese noodles.
  • Not forgetting our Banting Dieters,  who can serve with Cauliflower rice, any green veggies allowable on the Banting diet chart.

    Time to call the family to the table.    Bon Apitit.