Earlier this week I made stir fry steak, and it was really easy to make, really cheap, and lasted me 3 days. You’ll need
Stir Fry sauce
1/2 lb of thin steak (when you are at the store, look for steak that is either 1/8 in thick, or on the package it will say that it is good for stir frying)
Favorite oriental noodles
First you’ll want to slice the steak into thin bite size strips. You’ll also want to slice the carrots into slices (quarter the carrot), slice the mushrooms, and cut the green beans into bite size pieces. Set the veggies aside.
Next you’ll want to start boiling your noodle water. You’ll also want to oil a frying pan and turn it onto medium high heat. Once the water boils, start boiling the noodles, it should take ~ 6 minutes.
While the noodles boil, put the steak into the pan, and have a wooden spoon in hand to move the steak around, because it will cook pretty quickly. You’ll only need to cook it for about 1-3 minutes, until there’s no more red.
Put the meat aside, and then add the veggies to the pan. Once again you’ll want to keep them moving so they don’t burn, and let them cook for about 2 minutes before adding back the meat and 1/2 cup of the stir fry sauce. Coat the meat and veggies.
Next you’ll want to take the noodles after they have been strained and add them to the pan, coating them in the sauce while at the same time slightly stir frying them.
After that you’re done and ready to eat! Enjoy! I’ll add pictures to compliment this later.