A westernized version of a delicious Chinese dish with beef and ginger, whose origins are probably to be sought in the city of Calgary. A wisely, therefore, to approach the Chinese cuisine and delight their palates with healthy ingredients like ginger precisely. Not surprisingly easy to find in Chinese restaurants in Alberta, the ginger beef can detect variations of ingredients depending on where it is produced, but the version of the Western Canada includes the use of strips of fried steak covered with a dark, bittersweet sauce that recalls to mind the Asian-based vinegar and sugar, such as Japanese teriyaki. An addition of garlic and red pepper, carrots and green onions (or other vegetables still) make the taste very fragrant and delicious. It is no coincidence that today's pot is spreading in various areas of Canada: once in the seventies, the original Chinese dish has undergone some changes in the ingredients in a restaurant in Calgary (coming so meet the local tastes of Canadians), ginger beef actually looks like a tasty dish crunchy and sweet that will delight the most discerning palates.