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Beef Noodles - Food with Mae-5

Pansit Baka

Egg Noodles with Cubed Beef Steaks

Pancit or Pansit is noodles in Filipino. We usually eat pansit during celebrations or special occasions. BUT we should be able to cook Pansit when we want or crave them. 

If you’re new to Filipino food or you don’t have much time to cook in the evenings. This quick version of Pansit is for you! It’s fast and most importantly delicious.

As a busy mum I’m always looking for ways to cook something delicious and healthy for the family that don’t keep me in the kitchen all day. This Pansit recipe is my modern take on the traditional dish without compromising the flavours. For more Pansit recipe here

This is part of my 20 minute or less meals. A quick and easy meal for busy bees and lazy days.

I hope you will enjoy this recipe. If you do like this recipe please leave me a comment! Thank you!

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Beef Noodles - Food with Mae-5

Ingredients

Noodles Ingredients

1 beef steak
350g fresh egg noodles
1 medium onion
4 garlic cloves
1 courgette
1-2 carrots

Sauce

2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
¼ black pepper
150ml water

Toppings

Lemon
chillies (optional)

Instructions

1

To make the sauce, add soy sauce, oyster sauce, black pepper and water. Mix them well and set aside for later. 

2

Next, season your cubed beef steak with salt & pepper and mix them well. Heat some oil in a frying pan and fry your steaks for a minute each side or until both sides are brown. Take them off the pan and leave it on the side for later.

3

In the same pan where you cooked the beef, add onion, garlic and the julienne vegetables. Give it a quick stir then add the noodles, cook for 2-3 minutes. Then pour the sauce you made earlier into the pan. Mix it well and stir fry for 3-4 minutes on high heat.

4

Turn the heat to medium and add the cubed beef steaks, cook for another minute. Turn the heat off and serve your pansit while it’s warm. Squeeze some lemon and chopped chillies if you like them a kick!

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