Chili Beef Noodles

Quick-Fire Chilli Beef Noodles

We’re obsessed with creating simple recipes that are ready in minutes. These chilli beef noodles are the perfect example. You might not be a professional chef, but with our cooking tips your dishes will be next level.

These noodles are have an amazing fire to them that comes from the dry chilli flakes, along with a great crunch from the mangetout. If you can get fresh noodles they are best, but dried noodles also work well. One ingredient to spend a little extra on? It would be the sirloin steak, helping out your local butcher with some business if you can.

Chilli Beef Noodles: Ingredients

  • Sirloin steak
  • Dried chilli
  • Ginger
  • Garlic
  • Fresh noodles (dried will also work)
  • Soy sauce
  • Mangetout (or a similar crunchy green vegetable)

Start by slicing up the beef. You can leave the fat on for extra taste. Add as much chilli as you can handle, but do remember the dried version usually packs a serious punch.

Pop the noodles into a pot of boiling water. The whole dish only takes a couple of minutes to cook so get them on first.   Add the beef to a piping hot frying pan or wok. The hotter the better!

Within seconds, add the ginger, garlic and mangetout. Because the pan is so hot you will only be cooking these for about 30-45 seconds.

Chili Beef Noodles

Finish with a generous amount of soy sauce. You want it to cook the mixture off for 20 seconds to create a simple and delicious glaze.

Chili Beef Noodles

Turn the heat off and add in the noodles. Toss them in with all that tasty glaze and ingredients, so that everything is coated perfectly.

Chili Beef Noodles

Serve immediately. You’ll love the fiery kick and if you’ve bought good quality beef you will have a real feel-good meal.

Delicious chilli beef noodles that are ready in minutes.

Chili Beef Noodles

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Niall Harbison
Niall Harbison

Niall is an international entrepreneur who has worked within the tourism and hospitality industries for more than 20 years. He started his career in the kitchen, with a 10-year stint as a private yacht chef cooking for billionaires, including a position as Microsoft's co-founder Paul Allen's personal chef. Niall then moved into the digital media world to become a founder of several lifestyle publications. He continues to write about his core passion: food.

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