Beef & Cabbage Stir-Fry with Peanut Sauce

January/February 2009

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The subtly sweet peanut sauce blends deliciously in this beef, cabbage and carrot sauté. Spice up the dish with a few dashes of your favorite hot sauce. Serve with udon noodles.

"We love this recipe. We prefer the "bite" of regular green cabbage sliced very thinly rather than Savoy. This has become a "go to" recipe for guests and is always a hit. We prefer it with noodles, too. "
Beef & Cabbage Stir-Fry with Peanut Sauce

15 Reviews for Beef & Cabbage Stir-Fry with Peanut Sauce

Needs more cowbell

I would recommend more aromatics for the peanut sauce: ginger, tamarind, lemongrass, shallot and something with some heat (I used one poblano). Also, I added fish sauce and coconut milk. I've made peanut sauce before so I just stuck with my stand-by recipe.

Where did I go wrong?

I am not sure what I did wrong. The peanut sauce was gritty and not "subtly sweet" Maybe I just don't like peanut sauce? Anyway, I ditched the sauce, and made a different one that I had from a Beef with Broccoli recipe. I served it with Rice. The cabbage, carrots and beef were great!

Beef, and Veggies are tasty
Real good, but udon noodles double the calories

Would not recommend udon noodles. For teh amount of calories, the satiety of them is not that great.

delicious, nutritious, all around great by itself
Popular with the entire family

I added some shitake mushrooms. Everybody loved it and asked for it to be made again.

easy - everybody likes it
delicious - with some additions

This was quite tasty. I did it with chicken. Added some fish sauce and used crunchy peanut butter. All 3 adults liked it. Two of us added some Sirachi sauce. I apparently did not read the reviews or they were posted after I snagged it. I'd add broccoli as some suggested. Also thought some onion would give it a bit more punch. Possibly browned ahead, but chopped and mixed with cabbage would also work.

simple ingredients, easy prep

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