- 1 1/2 pounds flank steak
- 1/4 cup cornstarch
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil
- 1 green bell pepper, sliced (into thin strips)
- 8 ounces ramen noodles
- 3 green onions (chopped)
- 2 tablespoons sesame oil
- 3/4 cup soy sauce (low sodium)
- 2/3 cup brown sugar
- 1 1/4 cups chicken broth
- 4 cloves garlic (minced)
- 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
DeBe 12 days ago
It's good taste exactly like Mongolian food.
Park 17 days ago
delicious, but need to tone down the brown sugar
David Charles 18 days ago
Outstanding will definitely make again
Eve King 25 days ago
very good, next time im gonna jazz it up with a few more veg but aside from that it was great
Ashley G. 27 days ago
I didn’t use as much oil to cook the meat & I added more ramen.
Suleyman 28 days ago
wonderful one of the most authentic tasting Mongolian dishes ive ever tasted. easy enough to make everyone loved it
Erica Loberg 8 Nov
Loved this! As a beginner, I would never try making this on my own, but with help it turned out really well. Takes a decent amount of ingredients and time, but absolutely worth it. (Vegetable oil instead of sesame oil was perfectly fine.)
Danielle G 6 Nov
A little sweet but overall was pretty good. If your child is a picky eater they might not like the sauce.
Erkan Boylu 3 Nov
family enjoyed every bite. just too good
Walker 28 Oct
Tastes great easy to make
Subashish 27 Oct
I overcooked the flank steak a little and used Soba noodles instead of ramen. Tastes good still. Planning to try again with ramen noodles.
Craig Howlett 24 Oct
Okay Easy to make, Bit stodgy, but probably my error. Used egg noodles, Need to make again Tasty though, family lapped it up.
David 23 Oct
It was too sweet, will definetly use half of the directed brown sugar. Otherwise, pretty good. May use about 2/3rds the soy sauce reccomended
Fokke Dekker 22 Oct
To salty if you use so much soy sauce
Jordan 14 Oct
tasted great. added cornstarch to the sauce because it never thickened.
Jeremiah Spencer 13 Oct
I over cooked the noodles i think, to squishy for my taste. I should have drained them sooner before adding them to the sauce. It was delicious though!!
David Rutherford 10 Oct
It was quite nice, nothing special but would do again. Simple
Landa 9 Oct
Loved this recipe and it was super easy! Needed to add a bit more noodles at the end to help soak up all the sauce. So yum!!!
K&A Jueneman 25 Sep
So good!! Make sure to avoid overcooking the noodles and I also suggest adding cornstarch to the sauce to help thicken it up (it never did on its own).
Michael Cheong 17 Sep
This was super simply me to make and my family loved it. My wife won’t eat the beef... so more for me!!!
Winnie 13 Sep
It is quite nice, will make the dish again!
Cathy 10 Sep
Delicious! Added some different colored peppers. Otherwise made it as directed. Whole family loved it!
Katelynn Schultz 10 Sep
Wonderful! Easy prep and clean up too!
Vik D 8 Sep
simple with lots of bold flavor. i like spicy so i added extra red peppers.
Chrystal 7 Sep
So yummy!! Thanks for this! It was perfect!!
Mikel Nybo 3 Sep
My family loved it. We thought rice would have been a better choice than Ramen noodles.
Delville 2 Sep
was great, just adjusted the dpice mix a bit, turned out great
dpk 27 Aug
It came out very saucy and salty otherwise I thought it was ok. I also added mushrooms, carrots, broccoli, onions and green peppers.
RedFrosting . 26 Aug
It was very good! I used less sugar than suggested in the recipe, because I didn’t know why stir fry needed sugar. It was a delicious , next time I will add more!!
Selene C. 23 Aug
Tasty! No modification