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Beef Noodle Stir Fry

By: Chungah from
Beef Noodle Stir Fry
Beef Noodle Stir Fry
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This Beef Noodle Stir Fry is the easiest dinner recipe you'll make all week, and quite possibly the most delicious too! Since this beef stir fry recipe is completely customizable, it's a great recipe to use to get rid of leftovers. Do you have extra turkey and vegetables from Thanksgiving? Just throw them in the skillet with your noodles and other ingredients to take this stir fry recipe from a beef stir fry to a turkey stir fry. It's that easy! Because this stir fry recipe is so easily changeable, you'll never get sick of it and will want to have it at all times of the year!


Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time15 min

Cooking MethodSkillet

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Stir fry is one of those comfort foods that feels like you ordered out, right? I love the combination of beef and noodles and beef and rice. My favorite is beef rice with steak and broccoli. Is this your favorite beef stir fry dinner, or do you have other stir fry dinners you like best?

Is there anyone at all on earth who does not love a stir fry? I think not! The beef was succulent and so wonderfully tasty and all the fabulous flavors from the brown sugar, pepper flakes, ginger, garlic and sesame oil combined to turn this into a memorable meal. We will definitely be having it again and again. Do give it a try because it really is good.

Stir-fry is a great dish. I love it because it is so easy and fast. My favorite time to make it is when the garden is going and I have so many veggies to use up. I normally do chicken, but beef is a nice change. I normally just serve it over rice and this would work over rice too. I'd rather use rice noodles instead of the udon though.

We love noodles in my house. Stir fries are also common as time savers. I would make many different variations of this recipe using chicken or even pork fillet. I would always make sure I used broccoli! This definitely looks like a tasty dish. The sauce sounds like it would be delicious.

Just what I like...simple and fast. Simple is eliminated with a bunch of measuring of spices for me. This has one...teriyaki sauce. It would be easy to customize this...using shrimp, beef....turkey...etc. Perfect for using left over means and veges. I can definitely see this becoming a regular meal in our house. Great for adults, and something kids will love too.

The photo of this recipe left my mouth watering. I am a pretty adverntous cook, but never really ventured into asian foods. That is about to change. Laugh if you will, but I have never heard of udon noodles. Are these the same thing as the noodles in lo mein? They definitely look the same. I will be trying it looks divine. Conjures up a mental image of my favorite Chinese buffet.


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