Napa Beef Wraps

napa beef wraps

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This is one of those recipes that has few ingredients, and the pack a powerful palate punch!  Add to that the fact that it can be prepared within about 30 minutes, no dilly dallying, and you’ve got something that will be a crowd pleaser!

The crunchiness of the Napa cabbage combined with the taste of the beef and the sweet & saltiness of the apricot sauce and nuggets of pineapples is undoubtedly refreshing.  Just be careful because eating just a couple of wraps is not an option~~you may want to double this recipe!
Napa Beef Wraps
Serves: 6
What you need:
1 ½ lbs London Broil sliced very thin at an angle (other cuts of beef: NYstrip, Ribeye)
1 (20 ounce) can pineapple tidbits drained reserving liquid
1/3 cup + 3 tbl soy sauce
1 ½ cups apricot preserves
1 ½ cups green onions sliced thin including tops
1 large head Napa cabbage
Napa Beef Wraps
What you do:
In a large non-stick skillet over medium high heat put thinly sliced beef frying about 5 minutes (turning with tongs).  Add 3 tbl soy sauce and 1/3 cup of the pineapple juice.  Bring to simmering boil and cook 3 minutes.  Reduce heat to low, add ¾ cup green onions, blend & cover with a lid.

Combine 1/3 cup soy and apricot preserves in a bowl.  Put in microwave for 90 seconds.  Whisk and microwave again for 60 seconds.  Cut the bottom off the Napa cabbage, rinse and drain leaves, pat with paper towels and put on large plate.

Meanwhile, in a medium size non-stick skillet over medium high heat put drained pineapple tidbits; cook about 5-7 minutes letting a char begin to form on some pieces.  Turn off heat, add about 4 tbl of the pineapple juice to deglaze pan.  Set aside.

Serving:  Build-your-own Napa cabbage beef-pineapple wrap.  Put meat on a serving dish drizzling with some of the soy/apricot sauce and garnishing with some green onions.  Place cabbage leaves on a plate. Put pineapple in a bowl & garnish with a few green onions.  Use remaining green onions & soy/apricot sauce for serving.
Napa Beef Wraps
©Alice D’Antoni Phillips  www.allyskitchen.com

4 Comments

  1. Crazy good! Amazing in every way. The ingredients, the photo and you are all number one!

  2. Merry Graham

    WOW does that ever look good! Thanks for the easy TasTy recipe!

    • Merry!! This would be my entry for the NBC…no dice from them, but you and I think it’s a winner!! Thanks for checking it out! xo

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