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Mongolian Beef Ramen Noodles

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35Minutes
870Calories
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Ingredients

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4 SERVINGS
  • 1 1/2 pounds flank steak
  • 1/4 cup cornstarch
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 1 green bell pepper (sliced into thin strips)
  • 8 ounces ramen noodles (uncooked)
  • 3 green onions (chopped)
  • 2 tablespoons sesame oil
  • 3/4 cup soy sauce (low sodium)
  • 2/3 cup brown sugar (packed)
  • 1 1/4 cups chicken broth low sodium (or no sodium added)
  • 4 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
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    870Calories
    Sodium
    Fat
    Protein
    Carbs
    Fiber
    Calories870Calories from Fat380
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Fat42g65%
    Saturated Fat12g60%
    Trans Fat0g
    Cholesterol60mg20%
    Sodium3980mg166%
    Potassium960mg27%
    Protein46g90%
    Calories from Fat380
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Carbohydrate75g25%
    Dietary Fiber3g12%
    Sugars26g52%
    Vitamin A6%
    Vitamin C45%
    Calcium10%
    Iron40%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

    Reviews(133)

    Jenna 2 months ago
    It had really good flavor, but next time I will use low sodium soy sauce. It was really salty.
    J Walker 3 months ago
    Turned out good just cut back on the brown sugar though. Next time I will Use the thicker ramen noodles instead of the curly instant ones. Will definitely make it against.
    Diane a year ago
    Really tasty and will make this again. I will add more noodles next time, though.
    Lily Sigmund a year ago
    Absolutely delicious! I made with beef for my partner and substituted tofu for me and it turned out well. I also added baby pak choi to bulk it up a bit. I used salt reduced stock (massels) and salt reduced soy sauce, it still turned out just a bit too salty for my taste but still edible. I’d probably reduce the soy by a little bit next time
    Blake Pryor a year ago
    Love love love. I double the sauce, add Bok choy and Broccoli. I have tried many different cuts of beef and they all turned out great. The cheaper the meat you get, the smaller you should cut it
    Neiman Catley a year ago
    i substituted the beef for Beyond Meat and it came out wonderful! stepped up my ramen game too!
    Dave T. a year ago
    excellent. will try broccoli instead of peppers next time
    kardum a year ago
    This was a hit! It had the perfect amount of kick and great flavors. Definitely a keeper.
    Emma Ouska 2 years ago
    Pretty tasty! The sauce was sweet with a tid bit of kick, but would adjust red pepper flags or add heat on your own if you like spicy food like me! Overall easy to make and quick
    99ghosts 2 years ago
    I need to reduce the sauce down more but other than that it was amazing
    Natalia Pulles 2 years ago
    Don’t know yet but it looks great
    Catherine 2 years ago
    Soo tasty! I would recommend alot more chilli if you like a kick though!
    Misty Noel Varner 2 years ago
    Turned out great!! Everyone loved it!
    Gail G. 2 years ago
    My family loves this recipe. I add additional veggies and double the sauce.
    Adelina Perez 2 years ago
    This dish turned out so good! I used water instead of broth, and not so much soy sauce because I had doubled the recipe, also added mushroom. Next time I plan on adding zucchini and carrots.
    Amanda Dugan 2 years ago
    Excellent! Family loved it!
    I reduced the quantity of soy sauce and brown sugar to 1/2 cup each, and used water instead of broth, and it still turned out too salty. I ended up adding 100g more of noodles and 1/2 cup of water to even it out. I also added some ginger, carrots, and cayenne pepper. The sauce thickened nicely and the dish turned out great after these adjustments.
    Ijogi G 2 years ago
    It turned out good. The sauce didn’t thicken but it was still tasty and not too salty.
    Rachel Maldonado 2 years ago
    We have a hard time getting everyone in our family on board with a meal, so it’s typically chaos, but this recipe was a WIN for everyone! I took advice from the reviews, I only added 1/2 C brown sugar, used 4 packs of ramen noodles, and added some fresh mushrooms which I sautéd lightly with the green peppers, and it was great! It rated between an 8 & 9 to be made again in our house! (Victory!!!) thank you!
    Stacey Shearer 2 years ago
    I reduced the amount of soy sauce and sugar in the sauce and added onion flakes. I used tenderised steak and the meat was amazing in the sauce. Just the right amount of sauce to cover all the ingredients. I added mushroom and carrot to increase the veges and it came out perfect. Will definitely cook again
    Lisa Perdue 2 years ago
    It’s good, but it was way too much soy sauce. If I made it again, I would half the soy sauce and try adding a tbsp of oyster sauce to give it a bit more flavor.
    Rachell Farinelli 2 years ago
    Overall taste was good! But the sauce never thickened up & there needed to be waaayyyy more noodles for it to be more authentic. Might try it again.
    Carey 2 years ago
    Super impressed with this recipe!! I followed it to a T, which is not normal for me but asian is a little out of my comfort zone, and it was delicious!!
    Dale 2 years ago
    Way to salty and sweet.
    Gonzalez 2 years ago
    Was really good. The family loved it. I used chicken broth that said no salt added, which was fine because the meal did not taste overly salty. I should have thought to reduce the amount of brown sugar. The noodles are sweet and I would have loved the salty sweet combo. Luckily the beef and the onions help balance it out. Next I might just get low sodium broth instead or no salt added or just reduce the amount of brown sugar. Great dish.
    Spruce 2 years ago
    Absolutely delicious. Full marks from all of the family.
    Danielle Whitlatch 2 years ago
    All the boys in my family loved it. It does have a lot of salt. Only thing I did different was add less soy sauce if I make it again I will definitely use low sodium broth (I didn’t have that this time) and substitute water.
    Seascales 2 years ago
    Awesome recipe. The jids and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
    Marken 2 years ago
    We loved it. Even my 10 yr old did. I added a little more spice. So the sweet and spicy came thru great!
    Deb 2 years ago
    My husband enjoyed it, but my 11 y/o son and I not as much. I used no-salt broth and low sodium soy sauce, so saltiness was not an issue. I added carrots and broccoli, which worked really well. I also reduced the brown sugar to 1/2 cup. The sauce was really tasty. (My husband likes things more on the spicy side, so he did add a bit of Sriracha sauce to his portion) Even after watching videos on the proper way to cut flank steak against the grain, and an America’s Test Kitchen video suggesting pre-tenderizing with a small bit of baking soda and water, the meat was too chewy for my taste. I am admittedly very picky in that area. Perhaps I cooked it a bit too long? My husband was OK with it. Might try making it again someday with a different cut of beef.

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