This popular vegetable stir fry recipe is one of our most requested meals It's made with mung bean sprouts, bell peppers, ground beef and onions.
This unique meal is one of the simplest and creative dishes we have on our website. And it's quick. Once you cut up your vegetables, cooking time is 10 minutes. This a fast, healthy meal for working, busy people.
Although we use ground beef, you can use strips of beef and get the same results. Make sure you tenderize the beef in advance.
You can eat this meal alone, or you can make a steaming pot of fresh, brown rice. We alternate between eating brown rice with this, or eating it plain.
Click here to learn how to cook brown rice.
You can watch our video below and follow along, or you can just use the written recipe.
Note: We do not use gluten containing products. Click here to learn more.
Chinese mung bean sprouts are inexpensive. They are generally under one dollar per bag.
You can choose any types of bell peppers you wish. We like to use green and red, but all of the colors will work and taste great.
We like to use red onions to add color and phytonutrients, but white onions taste great too. Onions are an incredible super food, so I add them to everything.
Once the ground beef and onions are completely done, add the bell peppers, and mix it completely into the ground beef. Allow the mixture cook for three to four minutes. Be very careful not to over cook the bell peppers. You want them to be firm and crisp.
Open your mung bean bags, and add them to the mixture last. Stir aggressively, making sure to turn and stir the mung beans, bell peppers and ground beef thoroughly.
Mung bean sprouts cook very quickly, so make sure you only stir the mung bean sprouts for 1-1/2 to 2 minutes.
We use a bowl and add piping hot, freshly made brown rice. Then we stack the vegetables & beef on top of the rice.
Our vegetable stir fry recipe can be eaten without rice as a phase one Atkins or South Beach diet plan.
Click here to learn how to make brown rice.
This vegetable stir fry recipe is made with Chinese mung beans. And did you know that China is the biggest producer of bell peppers?
You're going to love this one.