Succulent Fillet Steak, Black Bean & Sesame Noodle Stir Fry

  
Oh Gosh do I love the twang of Sesame Oil in stir fry it just lifts the plain every day to absolutely amazing! This is also an extremely economical use of Fillet Steak as 1 Steak generously serves 2 people & you could double the recipe & serve 4 people with just 2 Fillet Steaks now that’s good value. This is 10 propoints for a huge portion, honestly there was some left in the pot in my house it’s that generous of a portion! – yummy in my tummy! You could make this for 1 propoint on the Filling & Healthy plan if you use Wholewheat Rice to serve instead of the Noodles, Mmmm, Mmmm, Mmmmmm!!!! This serves 2 very hungry people. Here’s the skinny: 

180g Fillet Steak

140g Dried Egg Noodle

1 Heaped Tbsp Black Bean Sauce

2 Tsps Sesame Oil

¼ Tsp Chinese 5 Spice

1 Thumb Sized Piece of Fresh Ginger Peeled & Grated

½ Red Chilli Finely Diced

1 Clove Garlic Crushed

Juice of ½ a Lime

2 to 3 Tbsps Soy Sauce

½ a Red & Yellow Pepper Finely Sliced

1 Carrot Thinly Sliced with a Vegetable Peeler

A Few Florets of Broccoli Finely Sliced

5 to 6 Baby Sweet Corn Halved

2 Large Spring Onions Sliced

Fresh Coriander Leaves

  
Cook your Noodles according to packet instructions, drain, cover & set aside. Preheat a griddle pan sprayed with oil & cook the Steak according to your liking (approximately 4 minutes each side for medium rare). Place on a plate & cover with foil to rest for 5 minutes before serving. Meanwhile heat a wok you have sprayed with oil & add the Peppers, Broccoli & Baby Sweet Corn & stir fry for 4 to 5 minutes until softening & starting to colour. Add the Carrots, Chilli & Chinese 5 Spice and cook for a further minute then add the Ginger & Garlic stir frying for another minute or so. Add the cooked noodles to the pan with the Soy Sauce, Black Bean Sauce and Spring Onions. When the noodles are heated through (after a minute or two) add the Sesame Oil, Fresh Lime Juice & Coriander Leaves stir through well & serve the Noodles with half the Sliced Steak on top, per portion, garnish with some Fresh Coriander & Enjoy!  

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