This quick version of your favorite beef and broccoli dish is combined with a teriyaki glaze and Minute® Ready to Serve Jasmine Rice, which cooks up in just 1 minute.
All you need to prepare this quick Teriyaki Beef and Broccoli with Jasmine Rice is thinly-sliced, tender beef, broccoli florets, teriyaki glaze and Minute® Ready to Serve Jasmine Rice. Enjoy dinner at home tonight, in minutes!
Heat rice according to package directions.
In a large, microwave-safe bowl, microwave broccoli on HIGH for 2 minutes. Add beef and microwave on HIGH for 1 minute. Stir in glaze and rice.
Make this a vegetarian dish by tossing in marinated tofu instead of the beef.
Add any extra veggies you have on hand to this dish to make it more veggie-forward.
Enjoying your favorite take out dishes at home is easier than ever before, thanks to microwavable Minute® Ready to Serve Rice cups that heat in just 1 minute. Simply combine your favorite ingredients with your rice of choice and you’ve got a meal in 5 minutes or less! Minute® Rice dishes are perfect when you’re on-the-go, for pre- or post-workout or for when you need a quick dinner and just don’t have the time or energy to make something elaborate.
This Teriyaki Beef and Broccoli with Jasmine Rice is easy, fast and delicious, as is. But, the possibilities for add-ins are also endless. To make the dish more savory, toss a few drops of soy sauce in with the teriyaki glaze. For added crunch, feel free to add canned water chestnuts. If you have a few leftover veggies from yesterday’s Quick Chicken, Rice and Veggies recipe, toss those in as well, for an added bit of nutrition.
Once you nail this Asian-inspired delicacy, we recommend you give a try to our Cajun Red Beans and Rice recipe for a dinner packed with Louisiana flavors.
Pre-marinate your own beef to add in to this tasty dish. We recommend marinating the beef strips in a bit of teriyaki glaze and placing them in the fridge for 30 minutes, or more. When you’re ready to cook, start by heating oil over medium heat and adding in a little chopped garlic or fresh ginger. Once those have begun to cook, add in the beef strips and cook until the meat is no longer pink. You may add water or beef broth to help the meat cook quicker and to add flavor to the dish.