Curry Beef over Rice Noodles

Curry Beef


Last week I cooked this Beef Curry for my son. I served it over rice noodles. He liked this meal a lot. I bought a Black Angus steak and it was a tender cut. You can serve this beef curry over rice or any kind of noodles.

For Easter weekend we flew to NYC. The weather was nice and we mainly visited different parts of Manhattan. One of the highlights of my trip was Central Park. It's a nice place to relax in the earth of the city, so peaceful. I especially liked Angel of Waters, Bethesda Terrace.

We did not really spent time in restaurants as we had booked Broadway plays for everyday. We saw How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying with Daniel Radcliffe, The Phantom of the Opera, Anything Goes and Wicked. I can't really tell you which one was my favorite, I liked them all.

In April I celebrated my blog 5th Anniversary. Thanks to all my readers. If you a new to the site you can follow La Cuisine d'Hélène by email, in a reader, on Twitter and  Facebook.




Beef Curry

1 lb            
2
1 tsp
¼ cup
1 tsp
2 tsps
2 Tbsps
2 tsps
¼ cup



Black Angus Inside Round Steak (cut in thin slices)
Cloves of garlic
Fresh ginger
Red Onions
Sambal Oelek
Curry Powder
Soy sauce
Lime juice
Natural roasted peanuts
In nonstick skillet, add oil and sauté beef over medium-high heat for 3-4 min. Add red onions, garlic, sauté for about 4 minutes. Add fresh ginger, sambal oelek, curry powder; cook, stirring, until fragrant, about 45 seconds.
Add soy sauce, lime juice and peanuts.  Sauté another 30 seconds.  Server over rice noodles.


This Curry Beef dish is featured on Table Tonic

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23 comments:

  1. Congrats to the winners!

    that curry looks scrumptious! Perfect with noodles.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. Lovely photo! That meal looks amazing!

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  3. Je suis tellement contente j'ai gagné:)
    Je t'ai envoyé un courriel pour mon adresse.
    Merci:)

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  4. J'ai loupé l'anniversaire ... Je m'en excuse car j'aime vraiment bien venir me promener par ici ! J'ai adoré ton curry ... et j'aurais aimé être à New York pour Pâques moi aussi ... Mais bon, on y sera cet automne ... C'ets déjà ça ! ;o))
    Bisous
    Hélène

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  5. well i missed your blog anniversary, so happy belated. keep up the great work, especially colorful dishes like this! Congrats to those that entered and winner!

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  6. I can't believe I won! What a great prize; I'm very excited. :) Thanks so much.

    I don't cook with beef much, but this would definitely be a dish I would love. Looks simple to prepare too, which is always a plus.

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  7. Happy Anniversary! Je suis bien excité que j'ai gagné; un Gros MERCI!
    We love chicken curry, but never made Beef curry; keeping this recipe to try soon.I know it will be a winner chez nous.
    Rita

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  8. Hi! Dans mon énervement j'ai oublié de lire que ton blog avait 5 ans!

    Bon anniversaire de blog, en espérant de t'avoir longtemps encore:)

    Bon mardi:)

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  9. I love pairing beef with rice noodles! The lighter rice noodles pair so nicely with the heavier beef. This looks FABULOUS and that first shot is STUNNING!

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  10. This curry beef over noodles looks and sounds fantastic.

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  11. The curry looks terrific, great flavors, i like the addition of Sambal Oelek.

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  12. Congratulations on the big anniversary!

    Your photos just keep getting better and better and the recipe looks and sounds delicious. It would be erfect for a Presto Pasta Night Roundup.

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  13. A happy blog birthday to you!
    your curry with noodles look truly delicious!
    Ronelle

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  14. Congratulations on 5 years! What an accomplishment. The beef curry looks incredibly good!

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  15. WOW! My gift just arrived a bag full of goodies from Kraft. Me next post on Monday will feature your gift to me. Merci Hélène. merci Kratft.
    Rita

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  16. Five years is quite an accomplishment Helene!!!! Congrats to all the winners and for more continued success.

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  17. i'll tell ya, 5 years blogging is so impressive. good for you!
    and hey--tasty grub! :)

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  18. I would love to spent my time watghing some broadway'plays , better than some restaurants. ;).
    Congrats for the anniversary and the beef looks yummu, the pic says all

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  19. It's funny, I was just clicking through a list of Canadian food blogs, not thinking much about it, when I landed here.

    Then I turned to my Husband and was all excited-"I KNOW her! I met her at Kraft! Oh my God!" (giggle). So nice to see you again! I have mentioned this post in an Everything Mom meal plan, as it looks delicious!

    PS-I love how you write in both French and English. Gives me a chance to try to read the French, but fortunately there's English to help me out.

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  20. This is perfect for me because I was looking for a new fresh way to do beef! I love curry too!

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  21. I love to cook with curry. Looks like a fantastic dish, I will have to give it a try.

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