This beef and broccoli recipe isn't exactly precise, so needs a bit of common sense of which I'm sure you have plenty. But see how delicious it looks!
Suggested ingredients and quantities:
2 spring onions
100g of broccoli
4 button mushrooms
1/4 tsp ginger powder
1/4 tsp dried chipotle flakes
a few twists of pepper
1/2 to one stock cube, or the sachet of season from the noodles if there is one
50g dried instant noodles
Slice ithe beef into long thin strips. Use a sharp knife if you want, or a pair of scissors. if you use scissors don't let a qualified chef know about it because they'll laugh at you (I know)
slice the spring onions
Quarter the mushrooms or slice into thickish slices, whatever floats your boat
slice the broccoli
Here's a photo of my sliced broccoli......
.........just to show you that, yes, broccoli falls to bits to some extent when you try to slice it - just go with the flow. It is what it is. Chuck it all in, big bits and tiny bits together.
Now throw the meat. veg, seasoning and spices - into a pan with a drizzle of olive oil. A large high sided frying pan is probably best.
While you're watching and stirring, make up the noodles - don't let them get soggy.
Also while your'e stirring, if the food starts to dry out in the pan, here's a little healthy tip - don't be adding more oil. Use a little water instead.
When You're sure that everything is cooked to your liking, stir in the noodles - they should take on some of the colour and flavour of the meat and seasoning. Add a splash of water so that the whole meal is not to dry and give it a minute or so with a bit more of a stir to heat through properly
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