The past few weeks, I've been trying to get back into the swing of cooking from my Pinterest files. This week, I tried Mongolian Beef, which was a copycat of PF Chang's recipe. I made a few modifications to the recipe, in order to make a few more leftovers. First, I cut the flank steak into bite sized pieces and coated it in cornstarch. I let it sit about 10 minutes. During that time, I started my water for some basmati rice and started working on the sauce. I cooked the meat until it was browned. Next, I added the sauce and meat back to the pan and cooked it for a few minutes. Then, I added in the green onions, some shredded carrots, and frozen broccoli. I continued to cook until the broccoli was cooked through and tender. Once everything had cooked, we were ready to eat. It was really good and Mike commented that it tasted a lot like the Mongolian Beef at PF Chang's. This is definitely a great Asian dish, that we will be making again.