Beef Noodle Stir Fry
Food ideas are always wonderful since if you are interested in eating healthy then you can always come up with many new ideas and recipes to help you get to healthy eating. Recipes like this one from Erica can combine eating healthy with great food ideas. You can always change up the ingredients to ones that you prefer and will fall into your eating healthy plans. When it comes to eating healthy you should always remember that any recipe that you feel is not giving you and your family a healthy nutritious meal could be changed on the fly. That is why all recipes you attempt to make should always allow flexibility when it comes to the ingredients and the method of cooking.
You can always substitute frying the food and instead put it in the oven and avoid any fats and added calories you might get from frying food. Keep your mind focused on what you have as needs and the recipe can always be slightly altered to fit into those needs.Stir-fry recipes like this one from Erica are wonderful ways to incorporate veggies into the meal. You can choose the veggies you want to be added to the stir-fry and never feel tied down to specific veggies the recipes are calling for. Stir-fry allows flexibility in vegetable choices since the main part of the dish is the noodles and the sauces that bring everything together. They are also very easy to put together and allow for leftovers to be added and as far as sauces go you can easily add the soy sauce or hoisin or any other you prefer to the mix and bump up the flavor.
Noodles used in stir fry’s are also very useful and if you enjoy stir fry recipes then you can always make a large portion of the noodles at the beginning of the week or on the Sunday and once they are cooked they store very well in the refrigerator. Making them ahead of time will make it much easier for you when you get home from a long day and all you would have to do is cut the veggies and your on your way to a great home cooked meal. There are also now many supermarkets that have pre-cut fresh veggies so that will cut down your preparation time and your only time you will need to spend is on the cooking and that can be done in less than 20 minutes. Erica calls for beef in the recipe but you can substitute with pork, chicken, shrimp, tofu or even just keep it vegetarian. Stir-fry recipes like Erica’s actually call for linguini noodles that are just as good as Asian noodles and if you make extra they can quickly become part of an easy and quick pasta recipe.Thanks to Erica of Family Favorite Recipes Blog for this yummy Beef Noodle Stir Fry. A recipe like this one can bring the Chinese restaurant to your home sans the delivery charge. Bon apetit.**
Nutrition Facts for: Beef Noodle Stir Fry From Family Favorite Recipes
Ingredients: Soy sauce, beef broth, brown sugar, garlic cloves, minced ginger, cornstarch, beef sirloin steak, linguini noodles, canola oil, red bell pepper, onion carrots, brocoli florets, cabbage.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 688, Calories from Fat 135, Total Fat 15.0g 23%, Saturated Fat 3.5g 18%, Cholesterol 184mg 61%, Sodium 1691mg 70%, Potassium 1168mg 33%, Carbohydrates 84.3g 28%, Dietary Fiber 3.9g 16%, Sugars 10.8g, Protein 52.9g, Vitamin A 129%, Vitamin C 182%, Calcium 8%, Iron 150%
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