Recipe by kpopkiwi
"This is one of my favorite Korean recipes. It's authentic, healthy, and absolutely delicious."
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2 1/2 tablespoons
Stir Fry Ingredients:
sweet potato noodles
lean beef, cut into 2-inch long strips
salt and ground black pepper to taste
vegetable oil, divided
sweet onion, thinly sliced
mushrooms, stemmed and sliced
carrot, cut into matchsticks
I used sukiyaki-style cut sirloin and bok choy (instead of spinach). I also used a thinner kind of glass noodles than the Korean dang nyun, because these were the ingredients I had on hand. I also used a special soy sauce that had mirin in it. I simplified the steps 3 to 6 by sauteeing the ingredients in the wok, in this order: onions, then beef, then as the beef cooked, julienned carrots, then bok choy (which I had blanched, not boiled). I poured all the sauce in Step 1 onto the noodles, and tossed it to coat evenly. I didn't mix in the veggies and beef, but used them instead as topping. It was delicious! And it tasted so much like the Chap Chae at a favorite restaurant. But I am adding dang nyun to my shopping list, because I plan to cook this again soon!
My family Loved this recipe. I replaced the sweet potato noodles with thin spaghetti noodles and didn't add the sesame oil and it was good.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 63
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