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Beef & Vegetable Noodle Bowl

Beef & Vegetable Noodle Bowl recipe
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Stop. Put down the package of ramen and no one will be the wiser. Instead, try this better-for-you noodle bowl, made with sirloin and vegetables and ready in 20 minutes.
20 min
20 min
2 servings, about 1-3/4 cups each
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I used coconut oil along with the dressing for the initial cooking. Salted the pasta cooking water and used regular salted chicken broth. Seasoned the meat with salt, pepper, garlic powder and tossed with a bit of corn starch before adding to the pan.Then added red pepper flakes at the end. Yum-O!
My family really liked this dish. I marinated the meat in the dressing, hoisin, and garlic. Then I stir-fried the vegetables in a little more dressing. I also added mushrooms to the mix. I also served it up with egg rolls.
This was very simple ad great tasting! Even my 14 month old son gobbled it up!
Such a delicious and easy dish to make. I used my wok just for the fun of it. My kids were actually arguing who would get the last of it. This is going on our "favorites" list.
We added Asian style vegetables and since we do not eat beef, we used chicken tenderloins instead. Turned out yummy. I would definitely make this one again.
LOVE THIS!! Made this last night because I thought it was something different. Very easy and tasted even better than the stir fry we had recently at a popular restaurant. Will defintely keep this one in the rotation.
I read the reviews and decided that it was going to need something extra, so I whisked the dressing and hosin sause together along with two chopped garlic cloves, then tossed the beef in a ziploc bag and poured the dressing mixture over it and marinated it in the fridge for 30 minutes.
I loved the idea of this dish. However, I was let down. It was extremely, extremely bland. As others have said, maybe marinating the steak ahead of time might help. I thought the combination of the hoisin and dressing would do it, but still very bland. I will try again with marinated meat, as well as carrots and mushrooms added to the mix.
this was easy to make but it was missing something. Needed a little something more to give it some more taste. if anyone has any ideas I might try this again.
This was very delicious!!
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