Ginger Garlic Flank Steak with Noodles

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A fresh, simple steak and noodles with an Asian flair that the whole family will love.
10 min
Prep Time
25 min
Total Time
4 servings


1 tablespoon
freshly grated ginger root
1 pound
flank steak
1/4 teaspoon
1/8 teaspoon
2 tablespoons
Land O Lakes® Butter
2 packages
ramen noodles, discard flavor packets
2 tablespoons
Land O Lakes® Butter
1 small (1/2 cup)
onion, chopped
2 tablespoons
finely chopped fresh garlic
2 teaspoons
freshly grated ginger root
2 cups
broccoli slaw
1/2 cup
shelled edamame
2 tablespoons
soy sauce
4 teaspoons
fresh orange juice
1 tablespoon
sesame oil
2 teaspoons
rice wine vinegar
1/8 teaspoon


  1. Rub 1 tablespoon ginger root into steak on both sides. Sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon pepper and 1/8 teaspoon salt; and rub into steak.
  2. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat until sizzling. Sear steak 4-5 minutes. Turn steak; continue cooking 3-4 minutes. Reduce heat to medium-low.  Cook 12-15 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 145°F (medium) or desired doneness. Remove from pan. Set aside; keep warm.
  3. Prepare ramen noodles according to package directions, without flavor packet, cooking until al dente. Drain; keep warm.
  4. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in same skillet until sizzling. Add onion, garlic and 2 teaspoons ginger root; saute 1-2 minutes, until softened. Add remaining ingredients. Cook, stirring occasionally, 4-5 minutes or until vegetables are crisply tender.
  5. Place cooked noodles into skillet; toss until well coated and heated through. Place noodle mixture onto serving plate.
  6. Cut steak across grain into thin slices. Place steak over noodle mixture.

Recipe Tips

- Pureed fresh ginger is available in tubes in the produce section of the supermarket.

- Since you aren't using the seasoning packet, any flavor of ramen noodles will work for this recipe.

- Look for broccoli slaw in bags in the refrigerator case of the produce department.

-Shelled edamame or soybeans are also sometimes called Mukimame. Look for them in the freezer section of the supermarket.

Nutrition Facts (1 serving)

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Recipe Comments and Reviews


This recipe was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING and incredibly quick and easy! I made it with and with out the edamame and I personally liked the noodle mixture better without it. This is defiantly a "Keeper" in our house!

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