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Alternatives For Beef Noodle Recipes
By Christine Steendahl
One of the most flexible and tasty dishes you can prepare for your family on a regular basis is Beef Noodle Dishes. Beef noodles are absolutely delicious, simple to create and can be cooked in a variety of ways to keep every member of your family happy at dinner time. Here are some tricks.

Beef noodle dishes most often consist of pasta noodles and a beef sauce. Beef sauces can come in a multitude of flavors. Some people make beef sauce using soups. A favorite of mine is to use canned Mushroom soup or if you prefer canned French onion soup mix. Feel free to also utilize dry beef soup mixes. While I do think the canned mixes generally deliver a better recipe, the difference in taste is generally not that noticeable.

For noodles, I generally use wide and flat pasta noodles. However, everybody has a noodle preference. Some prefer long thin noodles, others like them long and thick and then you have family members that prefer wide noodles or pasta shapes. Generally speaking they all taste similar, with a little variety due to texture. However,

it is generally a good idea to change the style of the noodles around to keep the entire recipe fresh.

Adding beef to your beef noodle recipe is appreciated, but actually not necessary. For those that prefer chunky beef noodle recipes use hamburger meat. Others may appreciate Swedish meatball type beef in their recipes and thirdly, feel free to use steak for tasty casseroles and beef noodle stir fry’s.

Beef Noodles with Mushrooms
-1.5 pounds of lean hamburger meat
-1 can of mushroom soup mix
-2 beefsteak tomatoes
-1 onion chopped finely
-4 to 6 ounces of sliced mushrooms
-16 ounces of noodles
-Salt and pepper- season to taste

Mix all ingredients in a casserole, cook for about 30 to 40 minutes
Boil noodles, butter to taste. Once cooked, place over hot, buttered noodles. This recipe makes about 6 servings.

French Onion Beef Noodle
-1.5 pounds of stewed beef
-1 can of French onion soup mix
-1 green onion chopped finely
-2 onions chopped finely
-16 ounces of noodles
-Salt and pepper- season to taste
Cook in a crock pot for about 8 to 10 hours on a low temperature. Boil noodles and place cooked contents over your noodles. This recipe makes about 6 servings.

Chinese Beef Noodle Stir Fry
-1.5 pounds of sliced steak (skirt steak tastes great, sometimes listed as diaphragm)
-1 red pepper
-1 green pepper
-1 can of Chinese vegetables
-16 ounces of noodles – Chinese style
-Soy sauce- season to taste
-Olive oil

Boil the noodles separately. In a large frying pan or wok, add some oil and start cooking the steak first. Once mostly cooked, add veggies, peppers and soy sauce to taste. This recipe makes about 6 servings. Besides soy sauce, you can use some of the many oriental sauces available, such as Hoisin sauce, plum sauce, Thai spicy sauce, etc.

Christine Steendahl, "The Menu Mom" www.themenumom.com is the owner of several Menu Planning Websites. Get your hands on another great Beef Noodle Recipe at: www.dinewithoutwhine.com/beef-noodle-soup.html


 

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