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Beef Pad See Ew

Thai

Recipe details

15min

SERVINGS

PREP TIME

2 serving

1h 15min

COOK TIME

TYPE

15min

Ingredients

0.5 lb Beef Top Sirloin Steak Lean And Fat Trimmed To 1/8" Raw
1.5 tbsp Sauce Soy
0.25 cup Sauce Soy
0.5 tbsp Chinese oyster sauce
1 tbsp Mirin
2 tsp Brown Sugar Replacement
2 large Raw egg
4 oz Brown mushrooms
2 oz Bok choy
8 oz Shirataki Noodle
0.5 tbsp Avocado oil

Cooking method

1. Cut sirloin beef into thin strips if you can’t find this already prepared for you at the grocery store. Add the strips of beef to a bowl and add the first amount of soy sauce. Fold the beef strips over until they’re coated in soy sauce, then marinate the beef in your refrigerator for at least 1 hour.

2. After marinating the beef, prepare the other components of the recipe so the cooking process goes quickly. Whisk together soy sauce, oyster sauce, rice vinegar, and erythritol brown sugar in a small bowl. In a second bowl, whisk together the eggs. Have these items ready to go at the side of your stovetop.

3. Thin-slice mushrooms as well as freshly-washed bok choy. Combine your vegetables and set them aside with the other ingredients. To prepare the shirataki noodles, drain them from their packaging. Then, rinse and drain the noodles until they are clean and separated.

4. For cooking, use a wok if you have one available. Otherwise, use a large skillet or saute pan. Heat the wok or skillet on high heat on the stove until it’s smoking. Once the wok is hot, add avocado oil to it. Immediately follow by dumping the marinated beef and any excess soy sauce into the wok. Stir and cook the beef at high heat until it just browns.

5. Once the beef is browned, make a well in the center of the wok. Pour the whisked eggs into the wok, and let them cook undisturbed for about a minute. Once the egg is cooked halfway through, stir the wok to scramble the egg. Wait for all the eggs to finish cooking, then stir your prepared shirataki noodles into the wok. Follow by immediately pouring the sauce you prepared over the ingredients in the wok.

6. Stir the ingredients, and let the wok simmer and cook down for a few minutes. You’ll likely see excess water from the noodles, so wait for this to evaporate before moving on. Once the sauce has reduced to almost nothing, dump the sliced mushrooms and bok choy into the wok. Stir the ingredients, and let the vegetables cook down until they’re tender and wilted.

7. Again, you may see excess water in your wok from the vegetables, so cook the ingredients down until there is almost no liquid remaining. Stir all the noodles, beef, veggies, sauce, and eggs together to combine everything well. Serve hot.

Nutritional Information

Fats

23.5

g

Carbs

4.7

g

Protein

34.8

g

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