Teriyaki Beef & Vegetable Noodles {Recipe}

by Melanie Edwards on April 8, 2013 · 0 comments

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Beef and Vegetable Asian Noodles Recipe

Cooking dinner sometimes means you have to be a little creative. Though I often cook much of the Puerto Rican food I grew up eating, it’s not all I cook! I love cooking (and eating) pasta, as well – in all forms. One dish my family has come to love is an Asian-inspired noodle recipe, which you can cook with beef (our favorite), chicken, or pork. You could also make this a vegetarian dish and leave out the meat altogether!

This teriyaki beef & vegetable noodle recipe is easy to make, uses little ingredients, and best of all, cooks rather fast. You can easily cook this when you get home from work (or after a long day with the kids), and if you have pre-cut vegetables, it’ll take even less time! I’m sure you’ll be adding teriyaki beef & vegetable noodles to your dinner menu plan from now on!

Teriyaki Beef & Vegetable Noodles {Recipe}

Ingredients

  • Salt
  • Olive oil
  • Thin-cut steak, cut into strips and seasoned to your liking (you can substitute with chicken, pork, or leave meat out for a vegetarian version)
  • Linguine noodles, 1 16 oz. package
  • Teriyaki sauce
  • Soy sauce
  • Broccoli, washed and cut into florets
  • Carrots, washed and cut into strips (I like to buy baby carrots that are already peeled and cut them in quarters length-wise.)

Directions

  1. Add water to a large pot, salt to your liking and bring to a boil.
  2. Heat a medium pan to medium heat. You can use a pan such as these non-stick Rachael Ray skillets I reviewed.
  3. Add olive oil, and swirl pan to coat the bottom.
  4. Add pre-seasoned steak and let it brown, stirring occasionally.
  5. When water in pot comes to a boil, add package of linguine noodles and cook per package directions.
  6. As steak browns and is nearly cooked all the way, lower heat to low-medium.
  7. Add teriyaki sauce and soy sauce to steak. You want to add enough to create a sauce that will blend with the noodles.
  8. When noodles have about 3 minutes of cooking time left, add broccoli and carrots to pot with noodles.
  9. Let broccoli and carrots cook with noodles until noodles are ready to drain.
  10. Drain noodles, broccoli, and carrots and return to pot.
  11. Add steak and sauce mixture to pot with noodles and vegetables.
  12. Mix well and serve.

Teriyaki Beef and Vegetable Noodles

Enjoy your teriyaki beef & vegetable noodles and have fun with the recipe! You can switch out the meats, as I mentioned, and also trade out the vegetables for your family’s favorites. Let me know what you think if you make it!

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