KID NOTE: The older kids loved this dish. The picky little one was served portions of noodles, green beans, and beef without broth.
VEGETARIAN TIP: Omit the beef and add mushrooms.
GLUTEN MODIFICATIONS: Use rice noodles and tamari.
If you sub the mushrooms for the beef, would you cook them at the same time as the Brussels sprouts and green beans?
Yes. If you use mushrooms instead of beef you can cook them with the other veggies. Although I would start them first and let them cook down a bit before adding the brussels and green beans.
Even better the 2nd day! Next time, I’ll add some crushed roasted peanuts.
This was fantastic! I used coconut aminos instead of soy sauce and spiralized yellow squash instead of spaghetti. Also, I used frozen stir-fry veggies instead of green beans since it’s what I had on hand. Lots of variations can be done with this recipe. The kids loved it as well.
Our whole family liked this meal, even the 4 year old! We spiced up the adult plates with some Sriracha sauce. Great for leftovers the next day too.
I think I will try this with chicken next time. Not a hit with the kids, but the adults seemed to like it. My parents were over and they both went back for seconds! I loved the noodles and veggies! Great combo of flavors.