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sesame garlic sauce
whole wheat noodles
sesame seeds

Suggested Protein:

Pro Tip “Mise en Place”

Stir-frying is a fast-paced cooking technique that only takes a few minutes. Mise en place (MEEZ ahn plahs) is a french term for having all your ingredients measured, cut, peeled, sliced, and grated before you start cooking, which is critical when making a stir-fry. 

1. Cook Protein

+ Heat 1 tbsp oil in a pan/wok over high heat

+ Add steak and cook without moving until slightly browned, about 1 minute. Continue to cook while stirring regularly until cooked through

+ Transfer to a bowl and set aside

Note: It is important to cook protein fully through before combining with vegetables and noodles. 

2. Cook vegetables

+ Wipe out pan/wok. Add 1 tbsp oil and cook over high heat

+ Add mushrooms and broccoli, stirring regularly until lightly browned and tender-crisp

3. Cook Noodles

+ Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil and cook whole wheat noodles according to chart below, stirring regularly with tongs or long chopsticks until al dente and separated

+ Drain and set aside

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*Portion Tip: If cooking more than one serving, cook in boiling water until desired texture

Pro Tip: Move quickly + swiftly to achieve the perfect texture! 

4. Combine + Enjoy

+ Add 1 tbsp of oil over high heat 

+ Add steak, mushrooms, and broccoli, tossing and stirring until hot

+ Add whole wheat noodles and sesame garlic sauce, and continue tossing and stirring until sauce coats all ingredients evenly

+ Place in serving dish, garnish with scallions, sesame seeds and season to taste with salt and pepper

+ Serve immediately