Most stir fry recipes are easy to make, easy to modify, and are all basically the same. Veggies/meat in a sauce comprised of soy (full salt, reduced salt, tamari), sugar (white, brown, honey), ginger, garlic, and cornstarch. There are some additional variations to the sauce such as sesame oil, chilis, oyster sauce, chicken broth, hoisin sauce, etc... Basically the same. Until Easy Beef Stir Fry recipe was found that is.
Regular soy replaced reduce salt soy and brown sugar was reduced from two tablespoons to just two.
Scaled for Likability: Great
The addition of orange juice was a great subtle flavor. When making again, orange juice was would replace all the water and the brown sugar would be omitted all together. If sauce was doubled, this would be great as lo mein, too.