Crispy Beef salad with Tenderstem® broccoli

Crispy Beef salad with Tenderstem® broccoli

Get inspired by this crispy beef salad packed with flavour.

Brought to you by Chef Tarek, this recipe makes use of Australian grain-fed beef and nutty Tenderstem® broccoli.

Preparation time

30 minutes

Cooking time

40 minutes




  1. Place Australian grain fed beef flank strips in a glass bowl. Add roasted sesame oil and fish sauce, toss well. Marinate for 15 minutes.

  2. Sift the corn starch and toss into the beef mixture. Remove access corn starch. Fry the beef mixture in hot oil.

  3. Remove from oil when the bubbles start to cease up. Place on paper towels to get rid of access oil.

  4. Add Tenderstem® broccoli to salty hot water in saucepan, blanch until vibrant green and still crunchy.

  5. Remove Tenderstem® broccoli from hot water and transfer to bowl of ice water to stop cooking and maintain the colour of the Tenderstem® broccoli.

  6. In a glass bowl mix oyster sauce and sweet chili sauce until blended well. Add Tenderstem® broccoli and then beef (while still hot) and toss until well coated with the sauce mixture.

  7. Sprinkle the roasted sesame and scallion on top and toss.

  8. Top each crostini with a small amount of the crispy beef, Tenderstem® broccoli and caramelised walnut. Garnish with a cilantro leaf and roasted red pepper. This step is optional!

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Nutrition information for Tenderstem® broccoli is based on lab analysis of the raw product commissioned by Tenderstem® broccoli. Please note, nutrition may vary due to origin, methods of storage and preparation, and freshness.

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