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Beef Noodle Stir Fry By: 6H's Farm & Kitchen



I got this recipe from a family friend and just adapted it to our family. I would say it probably makes 6-8 servings! This dish was made with beef from Barnard Beef Cattle Company! I haven’t bought beef in at least a year! You will never be disappointed in buying beef from them! Please like, comment or even share this recipe. It takes me awhile to write out recipes and then type them up (2-1/2 hours start to finish) while chasing 4 girls so your engagement means a lot to us! We hope to teach as many people as we can so that everyone is cooking easy meals for their family! I hope you enjoy it as much as we did! 💛


INGREDIENTS:

• 2 steaks- preferably Barnard beef (you can use ribeye, sirloin, whatever kind of steak you want or even rotisserie chicken!)

• 1 yellow, orange & red bell pepper

• 1 head of broccoli

• 1 bag of snow peas

• 1 lb of noodles

• Olive oil or oil of your choice

• garlic powder, onion powder, salt & pepper


OPTIONAL TOPPERS:

- Sriracha

- Fried egg

- Sesame seeds

- Green onions

- Soft boiled egg


SAUCE:

• 3/4 cup soy sauce

• 3/4 cup brown sugar

• 2 TBSP sesame oil

• 2-1/2 TBSP minced garlic


DIRECTIONS:

1. Thinly slice your choice of meat. Season it with salt, pepper, garlic powder & onion powder. Set it aside while you prep your veggies.


2. Thinly slice your bell peppers. Take the vein out of your snow peas (take your snow peas and on the end of them are these little knobs. Take the knob and pinch and pull the vein out just like you would celery). Chop up your head of broccoli into bite size pieces. You can add any vegetables you would like!


3. Boil your noodles of choice. I used linguine and liked it the best but you could use ramen noodles just not the seasoning packet or even spaghetti noodles. Drain and set aside when they are done. When you set them aside add a TBSP of olive oil or oil of choice and mix them up. This helps them from sticking together.


4. Heat 2-3 TBSP of olive oil or oil of choice in a pan on medium heat. Add your meat in 2-3 batches to not overcrowd your pan and to prevent your meat turning grey. Once your meat is cooked set it aside.


5. While your meet is cooking, make your sauce. In a bowl combine soy sauce, brown sugar, sesame oil & minced garlic in a bowl. Mix until all combined and set aside.


6. Add 2-3 TBSP of oil to your pan. Add your vegetables to the pan and season with salt and pepper. Cook the vegetables until they are tender but not mushy. If they start to cook faster on the outside than the inside, add a little water to the pan and put a lid on for a couple minutes. Once your veggies are done, remove from pan and add them to the meat.


7. Add your sauce mixture to the same pan that you have cooked your meat and vegetables in. Cook on medium to high heat until the edges start to bubble up but be careful not to burn the sauce. Once it starts to bubble turn down to medium and slowly stir until sauce thickens up. Once it thickens up a little bit add in your meat, vegetables and noodles. Once all combined, turn off the heat and it is ready to serve. Toppings are optional but you can top with sesame seeds, green onions, sriracha, a fried egg or even a soft boiled egg. It is amazing without toppings but make it to your liking!


If you make this please tag me & let me know how you like it! Enjoy

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