Shaved beef recipes aren’t something that just flies to the top of the list when we think of whipping something up. But if we have learned anything it’s that shaved beef meals are not only easy to work with but they are also delicious and nutritious.
From Mongolian Beef to classic Steak Tacos there is so much variety. No need to call your local sub shop up for the steak bomb recipe because we got the perfect one for you.
There is a variety of recipes with shaved beef here and even some dishes that look the same but have taste variations.
The best part is that most of the meals make for fantastic leftovers. Once you cook the original pot you can save time for the next few days. Or if you are feeding a family, most of these dishes will give you four plentiful servings.
So whether you are cooking solo or trying to make dinner on the go for your family there is something for everyone.
From Asian-inspired dishes to classic American-style feasts let’s get sizzling and cook up some shaved beef.
How could we talk about shaved steak recipes without talking about several variations of Mongolian Beef? This one, in particular, is a true mouth-watering flavor-filled version thanks to the garlic and ginger combination.
This Asian-inspired dish sits perfectly on top of a bed of rice that gives it the balance so the flavors don’t overpower you but instead hit all the right spots. The secret to this recipe is ensuring you brown it just right so it gets the right texture.
While the dish typically works with white rice you can substitute it with brown rice or even Udon noodles to make it even tastier.
Ever sit wishing there was a healthy way to take down a steak bomb wrap? Well, there is. Steak Bomb Rice and Beans is a filling and savory dish that satisfies the cravings without feeling guilty afterward.
The hot paprika and mayonnaise really make this dish extra tasty but if you are looking for a mayonnaise substitute try a low-fat version. Don’t stress about regular mayonnaise being too fattening because the recipe only calls for one tablespoon.
The dish also gets the right amount of fiber and carbs thanks to the rice and beans!
You probably already loved the first Mongolian Shaved Beef recipe right? That’s why we are offering a second variation that is just as good. This tender easy recipe brings a little garnished green onions to the dish giving it a slightly different flavor.
This recipe is a fan favorite because it requires little work. With most of the time spent during the marinating stage, there is minimal prep.
Perfect for leftovers as it serves four or a family meal!
Shaved tacos done right can really be the party starter to a great night. Out of all of our shaved beef steak recipes, this one certainly calls for a lot of different seasonings.
This is why the flavor jumps out at you. From chili pepper to smoked paprika your taste buds will be tingling. It also calls for sugar which is important not to skip!
Something that you can play around however is the cotija cheese topping. You can put on a good shredded cheddar if you prefer that.
Want to know what one of the most mouthwatering steak slices recipes is? Well, look no farther than this savory dish. Even though the shaved steak is an integral part of the recipe the au jus sauce is what really takes the cake.
This is thanks to the beef stock however let’s not forget why we loved shaved steak in the first place. When you pair the shaved beef slices with the swiss cheese you get the ultimate gooey texture we are looking for.
The best part of all is that this recipe takes under 30 minutes to make and can serve a family of four.
Looking for the right kind of side dish?
Well, this side dish is certainly a filling one but it’s also a fantastic way to add some protein to your stuffed baked potatoes. Just dream of flavored shaved steak, cheesy goodness, and topped with sour cream for a protein-packed potato.
Not everyone loves the idea of how fattening it could be so using a sour cream lite option is always something you could keep in the back of your mind.
Do you love cheesesteak sandwiches as much as we do? Of course, that’s why this is the best quick meal to make for lunch any day of the week.
Most people don’t know that hot sauce is actually what makes the marination of the steak so good. The trick is to really stick to the amount here or else you have an overpowering spicy sandwich instead of the cheesesteak we know and love.
Extra tip toasting the bread is what gives us the crunchy that puts the cherry on top.
Note to self: Did you know that there is a real difference between a regular cheesesteak and a Philly cheesesteak?
There is a difference in taste which is why this makes the list! Marinating the beef first is what the recipe claims to e the secret sauce. Speaking of garlic salt (one word) and onion powder is what brings the marinade to life.
You can always sub out a white sub roll for a wheat one if you want to make the recipe slightly healthier.
Wondering what to make with shaved beef? This recipe is a fantastic spin on the sub we love above. One-Pot Philly Steak Pasta is a great alternative and an easy one-pot recipe.
With three different veggies (mushrooms, onion, and green peppers) there is so much variety in this meal. Pasta is the staple of course but the creamy sauce is what blends everything together.
While heavy cream is a requirement in the recipe you can sub this out for half and half.
Want more Mexican dishes? Your wish is our command because we can’t resist a great quesadilla packed with protein. The best part of this recipe is that there is so much room for customization.
This particular recipe is great because it is also packed with veggies like onions, peppers, mushrooms, and more. Need a little more spice? Add sriracha!
If you like spice but don’t want to overpower your taste buds you can add sriracha mayo to calm it down a little.
On colder days there is nothing more comforting than a stew. This is definitely one of the healthy recipes with shaved steak and has savory spices to make you want seconds and thirds.
This heart dish really thrives because of its perfect blend of spices. Paprika, cumin, oregano, chili powder, and more gives it a delicious taste and smell. What makes it a fan favorite of course is the endless cheese.
If you really want to up your game for this dish try it as a bread bowl.
Quick and easy beef noodles are a delish and fast prep shaved beef meal that really hits the spot. It’s a hearty meal that has a serving of all your needed food groups.
Adding the vegetables to this meal is really what makes it feel fresh but if you aren’t a fan of onions and peppers other veggies like string beans and tomatoes will work. Most would think that sour cream doesn’t go great with the recipe but it’s actually a great addition.
Worried about the fat? Opt for a light sour cream to cut some corners.
- 2-1/2 c uncooked yolk-free noodles
- 1/3 c sliced fresh mushrooms
- 1/3 c chopped onion
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1-1/4 c reduced-sodium beef broth
- 6 oz deli roast beef, cubed
- 1/8 tsp pepper
- Start with cooking your noodle according to its packaging directions. Make sure the water is brought to a boil first and add some salt to the water to lock it into the pasta.
- While waiting for the pasta place oil in a large skillet. Now you can start sauteing the mushrooms and onion till they are tender.
- When the vegetables are tender add the broth, roast beef, and peppers. Bring the whole thing to a boil and then reduce your heat so it comes to a simmer for 10 minutes. Leave uncovered.
- Once noodles are done drain them and put them in desired portions on plates. Take the pan of vegetables and meat and pour it on top of your noodles.
- Place a scoop of sour cream on top and garnish with parsley!