Beef Negimaki Stir Fry – Skinny Taste


Beef Negimaki Stir Fry breaks down beef nigimaki (Japanese meat sushi) and serves it with green beans to make it a stir-fried main dish.

Fried beef nijimaki with green beans
Beef Negimaki Stir Fry

This beef nigimaki stir fry takes all the delicious flavors of beef nigimaki and puts it in a stir fry, so dinner is ready in under 30 minutes. Although green beans are not part of the traditional nijimaki, they are added to this stir fry for extra greens. Sirloin steak, green beans, and green onions topped with a sweet and savory sauce and served over watercress for a light dinner. The rice is optional, but I personally liked it and thought it was great as a side dish. For more beef stir fry recipes, try Baladi Beef broccoliAnd the Tanoura steak, baby bok choy, and fried zucchini, And the Shanghai beef and broccoli spiral.

Fry beef and green beans

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What is beef nijimaki?

Beef nijimaki is a beef roll and Japanese green onion, and is a seafood substitute for sushi. Thinly sliced ​​beef is wrapped around peeled green onions, then cooked and topped with a thick sweet sauce.

How to make beef fried sauce from scratch?

This Japanese Beef Sauce is easy to prepare – just mix the 4 ingredients together. And if you run out of sauce or can’t find it in the supermarket, you have options! This recipe lists the alternative for each ingredient.

  • Tamari, soy sauce or coconut aminos
  • Rice vinegar or white wine vinegar
  • Clover honey or pure maple syrup
  • Sake or dry white wine

The differences:

  • Serve a stir fry over white or brown rice, or keep it low-carb with cauliflower rice.
  • Add daikon radish for more vegetables.
  • Skip the sake or dry white wine in the sauce if you prefer to cook without alcohol.

Fried beef nijimaki with green beansFry beef and green beans

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Beef Negimaki Stir Fry

251 Callus 28.5 protein 14 Carbohydrates 7.5 Fats

Preparation time: 10 Accurate

Cooking time: 10 Accurate

Total time: 20 Accurate

Beef Negimaki Stir Fry breaks down beef nigimaki (Japanese meat sushi) and serves it with green beans to make it a stir-fried main dish.

  • 1 fairy Flank steak
  • Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 1/4 Glass Sake or dry white wineAnd the My choice
  • 1/4 Glass Gluten-free tamari or coconut acids
  • 2 Large spoons Rice vinegar or white wine vinegar
  • 1 Tablespoon Clover honey or pure maple syrup
  • Coconut oil or avocado
  • 8 ounce French green beansAnd the Cut in half
  • 1 Green onion bunchAnd the Just green chunks, cut into 1-inch chunks
  • 5 ounce WatercressAnd the About 4 cups packed
  • Cut the steak into thin slices as much as possible, against the grain. Generously season with salt and pepper. Sit aside.

  • In a small bowl, mix the sake (if using), dates, vinegar, and honey together until dissolved.

  • Place a large skillet or heavy-bottomed skillet over a high heat. Add a thin layer of oil and arrange the steaks in an even layer.

  • Brown the meat, turning once, until a dark burnt on both sides, about 3 minutes. Transfer it to a bowl.

  • Add green beans and sauce to the skillet. Simmer over a low heat, stirring occasionally, until the sauce is reduced by half and the beans are almost ripe, for about 3 minutes.

  • Return the beef to the skillet along with the green onions and saute in the sauce.

  • To serve, arrange arugula on a plate, then top with fried beef and sauce. Serve directly next to the white rice, if desired.

service: 1/ 4 recipeAnd the Calories: 251CaloriesAnd the Carbohydrates: 14GAnd the protein: 28.5GAnd the Fat: 7.5GAnd the Saturated fat: 3GAnd the Cholesterol: 78MgAnd the sodium: 1211MgAnd the the basic: 2.5GAnd the sugar: 9.5G

Blue Smart Points: 5

Green Smart Points: 5

Purple Smart Dots: 5

Key words: Beef nigimaki, beef stir fry, fried beef and green beans

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