Tender beef, loads of veggies and an easy to make teriyaki sauce all come together to make this paleo teriyaki beef stir-fry the perfect weeknight dinner.
Stir-Fry for the Win
I would love to tell you that I meal plan every week. Or that I have my act together as a responsible adult, but those would be lies. Big lies. Some weeks, I go to the grocery store, grab the staples, and then each day, I wing it for dinner. This paleo teriyaki beef stir-fry came from one of those occasions. I defrosted some steak tips, however, when dinner rolled around, I wasn’t really interested in just having plain steak tips for dinner. So, I whipped up this stir-fry sauce, threw in some frozen veggies, and called it dinner. And, even better, my entire family loved it.
A Clean out the Veggie Drawer Meal
One of my favorite things about stir-fry meals is that you can use whatever vegetables you happen to have on hand. Normally, I keep sliced peppers, carrots, and snap peas in my fridge for snacking. Those would all work perfectly in this recipe. However, I didn’t happen to have them on hand. I did, however, have a bag of frozen Normandy Blend on hand, so I used that. Feel free to use whatever you have on hand and whatever your family prefers.
Change the Protein Too
I used steak tips for this recipe because that’s what I had on hand. I sliced them into thinner pieces, but flank steak would have also worked. You could also use chicken, or ground beef, bison, or turkey.
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