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Beef And Noodles Recipe - Allrecipes.com

Beef And Noodles Recipe - Allrecipes.com

I made this recipe tonight for my husband and three young children (6 year old, 4 year old and 20 month old). They absolutely LOVED it!!! It was very tasty and very simple! The sauce is deliciou... This recipe is pretty good. It doesn't make much sauce though. I would suggest using at least 2 cups of beef stock so there is more sauce. I took the advice of another person and cooked my noodl... We loved it! & my husband is picky, I almost didn't put the peas in but I am glad i did. i cooked the noodles in the remaining beef stock. I will make this again. I have tried a few recipes in the past for beef tips and noodles, all with not so great results. This is by far the best one that I have made. My husband, who always rolls his eyes when I "exp... This was really good, I had some leftover peas and a sirloin steak in the refrig so I whipped this up for dinner. I didn't have any beef stock so I subbed a beef bouillon cube and cup of water ... I only had ground beef so I browned that and left it in big chunks. I followed the rest of the recipe but did double the stock and I am glad as I actually would still have liked a little more gr... Continue reading >>

One Skillet Ground Beef Stroganoff

One Skillet Ground Beef Stroganoff

One Skillet Ground Beef Stroganoff is filled with hearty ground beef, mushrooms and tender egg noodles in a delicate, yet simple sauce. One Skillet Ground Beef Stroganoff is a super quick and easy weeknight dinner recipe, that your whole family will love. You guys, I cant help myself. Im simply obsessed with making your life easier. Youre welcome. Howam I making your life easier? Well, my brain wont stop coming up with new and exciting one skillet recipes . I mean, why on earth would we need more than one skillet in our kitchens these days?!? Ok, maybe thats a little crazy. After all, what if we want to make TWO, one-skillet dinners at the same time?! Options. Speaking of options, lets talk about this One Skillet Ground Beef Stroganoff. The base flavors of this simple dish stem from the mushrooms that are sauted until tender. We remove the mushrooms from the skillet temporarily to brown some hamburger and onion, then pour in our beef broth and get this DRY egg noodles! Yes, ladies and gentlemen, even the egg noodles get cooked right in the same skillet. Brilliant! Toss the mushrooms back in (hello flavor!) and let the egg noodles cook until tender. Were almost done! All thats left to do is add in the special ingredient that takes this beef and noodle dinner to the next level. Stir in a little sour cream to give this dish that extra creaminess. The flavors remind me so much of my Swedish Meatballs and just good ol comfort. Tender mushrooms and egg noodles mingle with ground beef and onions in a creamy sauce thats to die for. My kids each asked for seconds on this one, which is a total win in my book! Seriously guys, youre going to love this easy, one skillet dinner! Make sure you dont miss a thing! Follow I Wash You Dry here: Continue reading >>

Diabetes Meal Plan Recipes

Diabetes Meal Plan Recipes

It's not always easy to follow your diabetes meal plan day after day, but these delicious recipes may help. Appetizer recipes Beverage recipes Bread recipes Breakfast recipes Dessert recipes Main dish recipes Salad recipes Sandwich recipes Sauce and dressing recipes Side dish recipes Soup recipes Vegetable recipes Continue reading >>

Easy Beef Stew Recipe

Easy Beef Stew Recipe

This is my go-to recipe for beef stew. I change it up a bit to suit my tastes, but it's delicious when prepared according to the recipe. I'm not a great cook, so I look for recipes that are "user-friendly". This beef stew recipe is easy to follow and hard to mess up. The result was a meal that I felt resembled something that is normally prepared by a more experienced cook. I won't lie - I was impressed with myself!For anyone who's interested, here's a list of the changes I make:1) I use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth. This is purely subjective, but I think the taste of vegetable broth is more harmonious with the beef than the taste of chicken broth.2) I throw in a cube of vegetable bouillon - it makes the flavor more robust!3) Being an amateur cook, I use more oil than the recipe calls for - I'm far from a master chef, and using the amount dictated by the recipe resulted in slightly burnt beef in the past.4) I use high-quality oil (my personal choice is any imported extra virgin olive oil). I feel that this contributes to the high-quality taste of the stew! P.S. I also add a little bit of dried basil to enhance the flavor. So simple and very tasty! I used 1/4 cup acini di pepe instead because I like less noodle. A few of us have been sick and this really hit the spot!!! Chicken broth goes really well with the beef. Simply delicious and oh so easy! My family is sick with a cold and I wanted to whip up something to make them feel better. This was what the doctor ordered! 5/5 Simply delicious and oh so easy! My family is sick with a cold and I wanted to whip up something to make them feel better. This was what the doctor ordered! 5/5 I made this last night following the directions exactly. It was DELICIOUS! You must be sure to brown the beef well. I found it bes Continue reading >>

Orange Teriyaki Beef With Noodles

Orange Teriyaki Beef With Noodles

Made this for dinner tonight and it was really good. My picky 6 & 7 year olds both ate seconds. I also used broccoli because the kids like it. I wasn't sure how they'd handle snap peas lol. I will make it again. Also, the sauce on the bottom of the pan is great for dipping eggrolls. Made this for my family tonight, even the kids loved it! The only change I made was add more noodles in order to feed the whole family, which there was plenty of juice to cover. Excellent recipe!!! Asian food is a favorite in our household. Substituted fresh green beans for the snap peas as they were not available. For those that say there's too much sauce, I suggest using more noodles to feed the whole family. this was easy to make. i susitutes snap peas for broccoli. have nice strong flavor on noodles and broccoli but the sauce wasnt thick enough on the beef. Delicious! Even the kids liked it! Next time I will let the sauce thicken a bit more, but we liked the flavor a lot. Very easy & quick to make! I marinated the beef as well. (thanks for the tip)I thought this was delicious! It was really easy too. I would definitely make this again. We actually loved this dish. I marinated the beef (before cooking it) in some of the extra teriyaki sauce while I prepared the other ingredients. I also sauted a little onion in the pan before adding the beef. I added more noodles as well since they seemed sparse. I agree with other comments that there was too much sauce, so next time I'll reduce the amount of broth a bit. But it was very flavorful and quite tasty! This recipe has become my favorite! My husband and I don't care for the pea pods, so I omitted them. And, rather than stir fry sauce, I used a packaged (powdered) stir fry mix that I stirred in to the orange/teriyaki sauce. Rather than adding t Continue reading >>

Beef, Cheese, And Noodle Bake

Beef, Cheese, And Noodle Bake

It has all the right ingredients for an easy kid-friendly meal, and hopes were high, but it just failed. We all ate it, but no one wanted seconds and everyone asked that I delete it from my recipe file. I tried adding some taco seasoning to the leftovers, thinking that would help. I was wrong. I was looking for a quick dinner, and came upon this recipe. Had some of the ingredients for a Mac and Cheese but this looked very interesting. Got hamburg, followed the recipe, mostly. did not coat the elbows with cooking spray or the casserole dish. Used super sharp cheddar cheese. Used dry mustard, 1/2 tsp in the cheese sauce, no nutmeg. On top of the rest of the cheese, i crushed Ritz crackers, and sprinkled parmesan cheese and broiled it after cooking for a little crisp on the top. It was good, we enjoyed it, The other changes i made were to add a tiny bit of oregano in the meat. I thought the cheese would be overpowering, but was not, Also i did not cook the pasta fully, about 7 minutes so it would not turn to mush with more cooking and it came out great. followed others' suggestions, which made this a good comfort dish! my quick recap, which is a conglom of many: put cajun spice in the gr sirloin, added sweet red pepper, did half carrot shreds and zucchini. didn't make the cheese sauce, but put in directly colby jack and pepper jack, all with rotini mixed with 1.5 c homemade marinara. didn't bake either, served from stovetop. we all had 2 helpings!! will probably make again. Kids LOVED this meal! Mom and dad loved it as well. Not fancy. Simple and perfect for a weeknight meal. Leftovers were just as good. I replaced the tomato sauce with BBQ sauce as another reviewer suggested and it was fabulous! My only gripe was the number of pots/pans to clean on a work night. Will mak Continue reading >>

Asian Beef And Noodles Recipe

Asian Beef And Noodles Recipe

Asian Beef and Noodles Recipe photo by Taste of Home Read Reviews Be the first to add a review This colorful, economical stir-fry dish takes only five ingredientsall of which you're likely to have on hand. Serve with a dash of soy sauce and a side of pineapple slices. Or try ground turkey instead of beef! Laura Stenberg, Wyoming, Minnesota 2 packages (3 ounces each) Oriental ramen noodles, crumbled 2 cups frozen broccoli stir-fry vegetable blend In a large skillet, cook beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. Add the contents of one ramen noodle flavoring packet; stir until dissolved. Remove beef and set aside. In the same skillet, combine the water, vegetables, ginger, noodles and contents of remaining flavoring packet. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 3-4 minutes or until noodles are tender, stirring occasionally. Return beef to the pan and heat through. Stir in onion. Yield: 4 servings. Originally published as Asian Beef and Noodles in Simple & DeliciousMarch/April 2006, p18 1-1/2 cups: 377 calories, 15g fat (7g saturated fat), 56mg cholesterol, 624mg sodium, 31g carbohydrate (3g sugars, 3g fiber), 27g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 3 lean meat, 2 starch, 1 fat. 2 packages (3 ounces each) Oriental ramen noodles, crumbled 2 cups frozen broccoli stir-fry vegetable blend In a large skillet, cook beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. Add the contents of one ramen noodle flavoring packet; stir until dissolved. Remove beef and set aside. In the same skillet, combine the water, vegetables, ginger, noodles and contents of remaining flavoring packet. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 3-4 minutes or until noodles are tender, stirring occasionally. Return beef to the pan and heat through. Stir in onion. Yield: 4 servings Continue reading >>

Quick Beef And Noodles Recipe

Quick Beef And Noodles Recipe

Quick Beef and Noodles Recipe photo by Taste of Home Read Reviews Be the first to add a review Pamela Shank's family loves beef stroganoff, and the Parkersburg, West Virginia cook is sharing their lightened version. Using the roast beef from the deli saves the hours spent cooking a beef roast. I serve this with a salad for a great, home-style meal. 2 tablespoons fat-free sour cream, optional Cook noodles according to package directions. In a large skillet, saute mushrooms and onion in oil until tender. Add the broth, roast beef and pepper. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Drain noodles; stir into skillet. Top with sour cream if desired. Garnish with parsley. Yield: 2 servings. Originally published as Easy Beef and Noodles in Cooking for 2Fall 2008, p23 1-1/2 cups: 375 calories, 10g fat (2g saturated fat), 50mg cholesterol, 778mg sodium, 42g carbohydrate (5g sugars, 3g fiber), 26g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 3 starch, 3 lean meat, 1-1/2 fat. 2 tablespoons fat-free sour cream, optional Cook noodles according to package directions. In a large skillet, saute mushrooms and onion in oil until tender. Add the broth, roast beef and pepper. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Drain noodles; stir into skillet. Top with sour cream if desired. Garnish with parsley. Yield: 2 servings. Originally published as Easy Beef and Noodles in Cooking for 2Fall 2008, p23 Continue reading >>

Spicy Beef & Noodle Lettuce Wraps

Spicy Beef & Noodle Lettuce Wraps

Yet another illustration of how readily the principles of The Nordic Way can be applied to foods in your favorite ethnic traditions. These beef bundles get a hint of Southeast Asia from rice noodles and lemongrass. Boiling water, as needed, for the noodles 115g / 4 ounces trimmed beef sirloin steak 1 fresh red chili, such as Fresno or jalapeno, seeded and finely chopped 100g / 3 ounces snow peas, trimmed and halved crosswise red bell pepper, seeded and thinly sliced 1 tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro, plus more for serving Place the noodles in a medium heatproof bowl, cover with boiling water, and set aside for 3 to 4 minutes, or just until softened. Drain well. Meanwhile, coat a wok with olive oil spray and heat over high heat. Add the beef and sear for 2 minutes each side, or until cooked to medium-rare. Transfer to a plate and set aside. Add the chili, lemongrass, and garlic to the wok and stir-fry for 30 seconds. Add the snow peas and bell pepper and stir-fry for 2 minutes more, or until crisp-tender. Return the beef to the wok and add the noodles, lime juice, and cilantro. Toss to combine. Spoon the mixture into the lettuce leaves, scatter with cilantro, and serve immediately. 315calories/ 1318kJ; 29g protein; 11g fat (includes 3g saturated fat); 21g carbs; 7g fibre; 69mg sodium Continue reading >>

Beef & Noodles With Fresh Vegetables

Beef & Noodles With Fresh Vegetables

* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used. Rated 4 out of 5 by Anjaleck from Since hubby does all the stir-frying and oriental cooking around here, he fixed this tonight. Since hubby does all the stir-frying and oriental cooking around here, he fixed this tonight. The girls loved it. David and I really liked it, but it didn't have that something extra that would put it in the superb category for me. David said it was very easy to prep and cook. We'll be keeping this recipe around to make again with the mood strikes. Rated 4 out of 5 by lizardstew from This tasted much better than it looked when I was done cooking it! This tasted much better than it looked when I was done cooking it!! I was really pleased with the way it turned out. The meat was tender and the veggies were crisp and had lots of flavor! I mixed the pasta with the meat/veggie mixture in the pot, so the pasta had the great saucy flavor too. Rated 5 out of 5 by carolbhatcher from My husband loved this one! My husband loved this one! The price of beef was too high this week, so I sliced up breakfast pork chops instead. It was excellent. I also added some cashews and left off the pepper. I will try this one again! My husband was excited about taking leftovers to work! Rated 5 out of 5 by kraft1525 from I made this twice. I made this twice. The first time it didn't turn out so well. I cooked the peppers too long with the tomatoes. It all turned brown. The next time I actually read the directions, separated the tomatoes and cilantro till last, it came out perfect a Continue reading >>

Slow Cooker Amish Beef And Noodles

Slow Cooker Amish Beef And Noodles

This Amish Beef and Noodles recipe can be made in a slow cooker or an Instant Pot. Served over mashed potatoes, its an easy and loved dinner recipe! Any Midwestern kid is well familiar with this Amish Beef and Noodles. Our school lunches would occasionally have this dish (but chicken flavored) and it was always one of my favorites to see on the menu a creamy sauce with chunks of chicken, noodles, gravy, all served over an ice cream scoop of mashed potatoes. It was absolute heaven. I grew up not far from Amish county- I had friends in high school that lived around there, so in the 20 minute jaunt over to their house, it wasnt uncommon to slow down because you got stuck behind a horse and buggy. So I guess I cant say for certain that this is truly Amish style, but I can tell you with 100% certainty that is Midwest style, which more often than not means comfort food. Good, hearty, homestyle food that sticks to your ribs when you eat it, and warms you from the inside out, body and soul. I bet you didnt know that someone could talk about a dish so passionately, did you? So somehow my memory of this dish got jogged last week. I think I was researching ideas of what to call another recipe of mine and was googling to see what to name it, and I ran across a similar concept in the results. As soon as I was reminded of it, I had a hankering that I knew had no chance of going away. I decided to adapt the memory into this Amish Style Beef and Noodles with mashed potatoes, using a nice chuck roast instead of chicken, and doing the whole thing in a slow cooker for added ease, using just basic pantry ingredients. I always like to come up with new recipes to keep in my default wheelhouse: recipes that I can throw together because I already have everything I need to make it. The whole t Continue reading >>

Beef-broccoli Stir-fry Recipe - Eatingwell

Beef-broccoli Stir-fry Recipe - Eatingwell

For marinade, in a medium bowl, combine soy sauce, cornstarch, vinegar, ginger, crushed red pepper, and garlic. Trim fat from meat. Cut meat across the grain into -inch-thick slices. Add meat to marinade; toss to coat. Cover and marinate at room temperature for 10 minutes. Drain meat, discarding marinade. Meanwhile, cut broccoli florets from stems. If desired, peel stems. Cut stems into -inch-thick slices. In a wok or large skillet, heat 1 teaspoon of the oil over medium-high heat. Add meat; cook and stir in hot oil for 2 to 3 minutes or until slightly pink in center. Remove meat from wok or skillet. Add the remaining 1 teaspoon oil to hot wok or skillet. Add broccoli and carrots; cook and stir for 1 minute. Add beef broth: cook and stir for 5 to 7 minutes or until vegetables are crisp-tender, stirring to scrape up any browned bits from bottom of wok or skillet. Return cooked meat to wok or skillet. Add green onions; heat through. Serve immediately over hot cooked spaghetti squash or pasta. Continue reading >>

Pasta Recipes

Pasta Recipes

Looking for pasta recipes that are diabetic-friendly? This section features recipes that use pastas like lasagna, penne, rigatoni, fettucine, angel hair, elbows, egg noodles, konjac (skinny pasta), spaghetti and more. You’ll find recipes like Penne ala Vodka, Macaroni Salad, and Linguine with Clam Sauce. Recipes include nutritional information to make meal planning for diabetes easier. This is a delicious breakfast or brunch pasta dish. Egg substitute may be used in place of real eggs. You can be creative and add in your favorite vegetables and ingredients to make this Italian omelet. Another way to turn the omelet over is to use 2 saute pans. Hold them tightly together for a clean flip. Recipe for Italian Omelet from our Main Course recipe section. Cooked smoked salmon or smoked turkey breast may be substituted for cooked salmon. Recipe for Salmon Pasta Salad with Mint and Lemon Vinaigrette from our Main Courses recipe section. Hummus makes a very delicious and different pasta salad dressing. This recipe can serve as a filling lunch salad. If the mixture is dry, drizzle some additional olive oil to moisten. Add the pine nuts just before serving. Recipe for Penne Mediterranean Delight Salad from our Salads recipe section. Thai peppers are tiny, spicy and full of flavor. If you would like to bring down the heat a bit in this dish omit a portion of the peppers. If you like it spicy, two of these firecrackers are quite a kick. Recipe for Penne all’Oriental from our Main Courses recipe section. Recipe for Orzo with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Mushrooms from our Main Dishes recipe section. Recipe for Pasta, Pork, and Portobello Mushroom Salad from our Salads recipe section. Continue reading >>

Beef Stroganoff | Diabetic Living Online

Beef Stroganoff | Diabetic Living Online

Trim fat from beef. Cut beef into 1-inch pieces. In a large skillet cook beef, half at a time, in hot oil over medium heat until brown. Drain off fat. In a 3 1/2- or 4-quart slow cooker place mushrooms, onion, garlic, oregano, salt, thyme, pepper, and bay leaf. Add beef. Pour broth and sherry over all in cooker. Cover and cook on low-heat setting for 8 to 10 hours or on high-heat setting for 4 to 5 hours. Remove and discard bay leaf. If using low-heat setting, turn to high-heat setting. In a medium bowl combine sour cream and cornstarch. Gradually whisk about 1 cup of the hot cooking liquid into sour cream mixture. Stir sour cream mixture into cooker. Cover and cook about 30 minutes more or until thickened. Serve over hot cooked noodles. If desired, sprinkle each serving with parsley. For Easy Cleanup: Line your slow cooker with a disposable slow cooker liner. Add ingredients as directed in recipe. Once your dish is finished cooking, spoon the food out of your slow cooker and simply dispose of the liner. Do not lift or transport the disposable liner with food inside. PER SERVING: 342 cal., 12 g total fat (4 g sat. fat), 89 mg chol., 441 mg sodium, 22 g carb. (1 g fiber, 4 g sugars), 32 g pro. Continue reading >>

Beef Stroganoff - Recipes For Healthy Living By The American Diabetes Association

Beef Stroganoff - Recipes For Healthy Living By The American Diabetes Association

Heres a diabetes-friendly version of classic beef stroganoff. Save yourself prep time with this recipe by buying presliced mushrooms. 5 ounces uncooked Ronzoni Healthy Harvest Whole Grain egg noodles 1 pound boneless beef tenderloin tips, sliced into 2-inch strips 1 14.5 ounce can fat-free, low-sodium beef broth Cook noodles according to package directions, omitting salt. Add oil to a large saut pan over high heat. Add meat and saut for about 3 minutes. Remove meat from pan. Add mushrooms and onion and saut for 5 minutes or until beginning to brown. Add flour and cook for 1 minute. Add wine to deglaze pan; cook for 2 minutes. Add Dijon mustard and beef broth; bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Add beef and any juices back to broth and simmer for 3 more minutes. Add sour cream, salt (optional), and pepper; simmer for 30 seconds. From Healthy Calendar Diabetic Cooking, 2nd Edition by Lara Rondinelli-Hamilton, RD, LDN, CDE, and Chef Jennifer Bucko Lamplough Healthy Calendar Diabetic Cooking, 2nd Ed. by Lara Rondinelli-Hamilton, RD, LDN, CDE, and Chef Jennifer Bucko Lamplough This calendar cookbook provides seasonal recipes with clear and easy-to-follow instructions. Youll also find month-by-month, week-by-week, and day-by-day meal plans with grocery lists! Ready to make some healthy changes in 2013? Here are three simple steps to success. Tips to help you stick to your healthy eating resolutions, even when time is tight. Calculate the number of calories you should eat each day to maintain your present body weight: Please select an option before you continue. I don't do any physical activity other than what I need to do for my usual activities, such as going to work or school, grocery shopping, or doing chores around the house. I do some moderate exerci Continue reading >>

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