Asian Beef with Mushrooms and Snow Peas is a simple dinner perfect for those busy weeknights! Your family will love tender mushrooms, crisp snow peas, and thinly sliced sirloin steak sautéed with garlic.
This Asian Beef with Mushrooms and Snow Peas is a delightful and tasty supper to satisfy everyone in the family! Snow peas and mushrooms are sautéed along with hamburger and custom made Asian sauce. This formula is without gluten (on the off chance that you use without gluten Tamari sauce).
It is my new most loved custom made Asian supper alongside Asian salmon and noodles! Every one of the fixings go so well together in this formula. Mushrooms and snow peas make an incredible blend with Asian meat.
- I’m using Tamari sauce to make a base for a stir fry sauce. Tamari is basically a gluten-free version of soy sauce, but regular soy sauce is much saltier than tamari.
- If you decide to use soy sauce in for Asian beef, keep in mind that it is much saltier than Tamari sauce. Use low-sodium soy sauce, or use less of soy sauce and more olive oil. Or, water down the sauce with a small amount of water.
Asian Beef with Mushrooms and Snow Peas – simple dinner that uses basic ingredients! Tender mushrooms, crisp snow peas, and thinly sliced sirloin steak are sautéed with garlic. Your family will love this easy weeknight dinner!
PREP TIME 20 mins
COOK TIME 30 mins
TOTAL TIME 50 mins
COURSE Main Course
SERVINGS 4 servings
CALORIES PER SERVING 538 kcal
Homemade Asian Sauce:
- ½ cup tamari or low-sodium soy sauce
- 5 tablespoons brown sugar
- 6 garlic cloves minced
- ½ teaspoon ginger
- 2 teaspoons rice vinegar
- 10 oz snow peas
- 4 tablespoons olive oil
- 10 oz mushrooms sliced thinly
- 1 pound beef thinly sliced (sirloin steak strips, flank steak, or any other steak)
Prepare Asian sauce ingredients:
- Combine all the sauce ingredients in a bowl – whisk to combine. Set aside.
How to cook snow peas:
- Bring water in a medium pan to boil. Add snow peas, boil them for 5 minutes, drain. Set aside.
How to cook mushrooms:
- Heat a large skillet until hot, add 2 tablespoons olive oil – it should sizzle.
- Immediately add thinly sliced mushrooms – cook them on high heat, turning occasionally, until they brown nicely. Salt them midway, just a little bit. Do not add too much salt, as you will be adding tamari sauce later.
- Remove mushrooms to a bowl.
How to sear beef:
- To the same skillet, on high heat, add 2 tablespoons of olive oil, which will sizzle right away. Immediately add thinly sliced meat.
- Note: You might want to do this in 2 batches. You will want each slice of beef to touch the bottom of the skillet and for meat slices not to be crowded. This will ensure that beef will brown on high heat.
- Cook beef on one side until it browns nicely.
- Turn over all beef slices to the opposite side, and cook more, on high heat, until all slices brown nicely. Remove this batch to a bowl.
- Add the second batch of beef, and repeat.
- Return all of the cooked beef slices back to the skillet.
- Add the snow peas and cooked mushrooms, then the Asian sauce.
- Stir everything to combine on high heat, for about 1 minute. Turn off heat. Cover the skillet with a lid.
Asian Beef with Mushrooms & Snow Peas
Amount per Serving | Calories 538% | Daily Value* | Fat 37g 57% | Saturated Fat 10g 63% | Cholesterol 80mg 27% | Sodium 1707mg 74% | Potassium 772mg 22% | Carbohydrates 25g 8% | Fiber 2g 8% |Sugar 19g 21% | Protein 27g 54% | Vitamin A 770IU 15% | Vitamin C 45.5mg 55% | Calcium 77mg 8% | Iron 5mg 28%