Stir-Fried Beef and Broccoli with Crisp Ramen Noodle Cake
Servings Per Recipe: 4 Calories: 377
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I followed the recipe exactly. My family loved it! My husband said best beef and broccoli he's ever had. The ramen cake was really fun. I prefer my food a little spicier so next time I will tweak it but other than that will definitely make it again.
Very tasty! And the ramen cake is awesome: chewy crispy and a little nutty where it's browned. My only change: I added some cauliflower along with the broccoli and a pinch of crushed red pepper to the sauce.
I followed the recipe pretty closely I left out the ginger because I hate ginger and didn't fry the noodles because I was short on time and it was very flavorful and filling! I sprinkled toasted sesame seeds on top for garnish and it looked very good. Not frying the noodles makes this a simple healthy weeknight meal I will definitely make it again!
We would give this 4 1/2 stars if we could. I followed the instructions fully. I found it tricky to keep the ramen cake intact so after flipping it and having it fall apart I gave it a good stir pressed it down an cooked it another 5 min. The beef and broccoli was easy and very good. My husband thought the sauce could have been either a little thicker or a little more flavorfull and next time I will add toasted sesame oil which I didn't have. With that said it was still very good and different than our "usual."
I don't review at all but this recipe is so good and had so few reviews I wanted to add another 5 star! My family devoured it. I couldn't find oyster sauce at my grocery so I subbed in same amount of Soy Sauce (I use low sodium) and an extra tsp of sugar so altogether that is 4 TBSP of Soy Sauce and 2 Tsp of sugar. It turned out amazing. I also added more vegetables (cabbage carrots etc.) to the broccoli and cut back on the oil (didn't need to add more oil at every step). This one is a keeper!
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