Do you think of fruit when you order a korean spicy sweet beef udon noodle bowl? Or an Asian noodle bowl? Probably not. But, that’s what makes this recipe so unique and bursting with even more flavor!
This recipe takes no time at all to prepare because you’re using a very tender good grade of beef, like flank steak, ribeye or a New York strip cut, and you’ll be assured that the beef is velvety delicious!
I was pleasantly surprised with the Spicy Korean BBQ Simmer Sauce from Savay, which I found at the Kroger grocery store. It had the flavor profile that I was looking for, and I think you’ll like it, too! I especially liked that there’s no high fructose corn syrup in it, and, interestingly, it’s certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union! By using shortcuts like this sauce and the prepared Udon noodles as well as the frozen veggies, your preparation time is cut in half or more!
But, of course, the star of this recipe is the pineapple and mandarin orange slices in coconut water from Dole Sunshine. Yes, all natural, including the juice! The contrast of the sweet and spicy just makes this recipe extra special! You’ll probably want to double it because, believe me, your eaters will want seconds! xox ~ally