The great thing about stir fry is how quickly it is to cook. Just throw a bunch of ingredients into a wok or pan with a little oil on high heat and you’ve got this keto spicy sesame beef in less than 15 minutes.
Shirataki noodles are made from the Japanese konjac yam. They are 97% water and 3% fiber so the are pretty much calorie free. They have a slight rubbery texture which some people don’t care for. Also they have a pungent smell in the stored packaging but become flavorless after prepared per the instructions of the package. I rinse them really well and once dried on a hot fry pan they are ready to be flavored. You can toss them in a little sesame oil or even reserve some of the marinade before using it on the beef to toss in for extra flavor.
I marinated the beef strips overnight in coconut aminos, sriracha, rice wine vinegar, sesame oil, granulated sweetener and fresh chopped ginger and garlic. Then when it was time to prepare, I added a little avocado oil (high smoke point) into a wok and added the beef in with some sliced white scallions. Cooked over high heat for 3-4 minutes then tossed in the snow peas, Thai chilis and green scallions. Finally, I plated it over some Angel Hair Miracle Noodles and garnished with a few more scallions and toasted sesame seeds.
Keto Spicy Sesame Beef
- 1 lb Beef strips
- Coconut aminos
- Rice wine vinegar
- Sesame oil
- Granulated sweetener
- Ginger freshly chopped
- 1 pack Miracle Noodle Angel Hair
- Avocado oil
- White scallions sliced
- Snow peas
- Thai chilis
- Green scallions
- Sesame seeds toasted
- Marinade your beef. Combine all the marinade ingredients and allow flavors to set in overnight.
- Prepare Miracle Noodle according to the package. Set aside.
- Add a little avocado oil (high smoke point) into a wok and add beef in with some sliced white scallions. Cooked over high heat for 3-4 minutes.
- Toss in snow peas, Thai chilis, and green scallions.
- Plate over some @miraclenoodle and garnish with a few more scallions and toasted sesame seeds.