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Slow Cooker Beef Drunken Noodles

By: Jennifer from
Slow Cooker Beef Drunken Noodles
Slow Cooker Beef Drunken Noodles
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We have a quick and easy recipe to make on a busy weeknight, when time is short and hunger is in the air. Slow cooker Beef Drunken noodles is a flavorful Chinese dish that your family should enjoy. This is like making a typical stir-fry dish in your slow cooker. You can pick and choose what vegetables you throw into the mix. This slow cooker beef and noodles recipe uses simple veggies such as mushrooms, green beans, and baby corn. Your ingredients are bathed in the sweet and slightly spicy sauce. This dish should be a weeknight winner that you most probably will come back to. 


Slow Cooker Time LOW6 hr

OccasionCasual Dinner Party, Family Get Together


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I have to agree with kmcartoonity about the beef bouillon cube because it would save the broth can for when you have a need for more. Do you think that the ginger is better ground and dried or fresh for this dish? I can make it either way because I have both on hand.

This recipe says 1/2 cup broth, and I'm assuming since this is a beef dish that beef broth is to be used. Since it is such a small quantity, I might just make a quick broth using a boullion cube, since I don't want a whole carton of broth to go to waste. Since it uses frozen veggies in it, it is very economical. There are frozen vegetables on sale where I shop practically every time.


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