I have a love affair with all foods Asian. Mongolian Beef is one of those foods that I know is NOT a traditional dish, but an americanized version…Nonetheless, I still love it, and on occasion crave its delicious sweetness. This craving hit me recently, but as I have been trying REALLY HARD to stay true to a low sugar diet, I knew that I needed to get creative. This is the concoction that came up with. My family couldn't tell the difference, and ate it up.
In a bowl mix Bragg's, Water, Ginger, Garlic, and Coconut Sugar, set aside.
Put Tapioca Starch in a container with a lid. Add sliced steak and shake to coat with flour (discard extra).
Heat oil over medium-high heat and add steak. Cook thoroughly.
Add sauce and scallions. Cook until thickened.
Makes 4 servings.
I served mine in lettuce wraps with my Grandma's Homemade Kim Chi.
Nutrition is the Foundation of Health
Here you will find recipes that I have personally tested and that fit with my idea of a healthy diet. I like to follow the teachings of Dr. Weston A Price, but know that it can be difficult. So, many of these recipes follow the Weston Price Foundation view of nutrition and others are a jumping off point for those trying to incorporate new and healthy recipes into their diet.