Kahiki StirFresh Beef & Broccoli
Stir up something different every day. While most Americans consider Beef & Broccoli a popular Chinese-style dish, it was actually created in America, not China. The dish became popular in the 1920's, when today's broccoli was first brought to America. If Gia Lan, or native Chinese broccoli was used, the dish would look - and taste - completely different! We may be biased, but we prefer the Chinese-American version. Enjoy! Meaning mustard orchid in Cheese. Gai Lan is known for its thick green stems and glossy, blue-green leaves. Did you know? Kahiki products use over 1.4 million pounds of broccoli a year! That's a lot of green! Stir your senses.