Ok, it is time for another one of those infamous copycat recipes. I have in the past shared with you the homemade copycat olive garden salad recipe and the canning homemade rotel recipe. I really enjoy both recipes, but there is another one that is fast becoming a family favorite. It is this delicious Mongolian Beef Ramen Noodles recipe.
When you make copycat recipes, you want them to taste just like the original, right? This one is a copy of the Mongolian beef with green peppers and ramen noodles by PF Chang’s. I know ramen noodles get a bad rap, for being the college student go to fast dinner solution. However, when combined with the beef in this simple recipe, you will think it is some 5 star menu entree. LOL
Here’s What You’ll Need:
- flank steak
- vegetable oil
- green bell pepper
- dry ramen noodles
- sesame oil
- soy sauce
- brown sugar
- chicken broth
- red pepper flakes
- ziploc bag
- non stick skillet
- chopping board
Lay your flank steak on the chopping board and it into thin strips. In a ziploc bag add the corn starch and the beef, seal and give it a good shake until all the steak is coated well. Heat the oil in your skillet and cook the steak in batches until browned. Remove the beef from the skillet and then cook the green pepper until soft, then also remove from the skillet.
Now it is time to make the sauce. Add the sesame oil, brown sugar,soy sauce, garlic, red pepper flakes as well as the chicken broth. Allow to cook for 10 minutes over medium heat as the sauce thickens. Whilst you wait for the sauce, you can make the ramen noodles, which you can then add to the sauce with the bell pepper. Give everything a good toss, before serving with green onions on top.
You can follow step by step instructions on the Jo Cooks blog here…
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