I first tried Korean Stir-Fried Sweet Potato Noodles when my manager at work brought it for a potluck. It was literally one of the best things I’ve tried, made me go back for refills. Each time we have a potluck, we keep asking her to make it. I stole this recipe from her and lately have been practicing at home to get a handle of it.
It’s perfect for hosting, because it makes a huge portion. And so far, I only heard the best feedback about the dish.
It was so nice to have Tim, my hubby, at home while I was preparing this dish. He took over the camera, so I have a ton of photos to share with you.
Tip: You can find the sweet potato noodles at most Asian stores.
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- Prepare the ingredients for the recipe.
- Prepare the ingredients for the sauce.
- Bring water to a boil, add a bit of oil. Add noodles and cook them for 5-6 minutes. Drain when cooked.
- Preheat skilled to high heat. Cook the pre-sliced beef until it's golden brown. Season beef with half portions of the following – soy sauce, sesame oil and brown sugar, while it's cooking.
- Place noodles in a large bowl, top them with cooked beef.
- Dice onion into long strips. Cut carrots into strips and chop green onion. Preheat an oiled skilled and toss in the carrots and onion.
- When the veggies soften up, add in the remaining half portions of the following – soy sauce, sesame oil and brown sugar. Add in green onions and cook for a few minutes until it's softened.
- Add diced spinach into the mixture and turn off the heat imminently.
- Add all vegetables to the noodles and toss everything together.
- Serve while it's warm. This dish also reheats well.