Ingredients

11

Count

Nutrition

280

Calories

Ready In

PT10M PT20M

30

Mins

Difficulty

Easy

Nutritional Facts

  • 280 calories
  • sodium395mg
  • protein28g
  • calories280kcal
  • sugar4g
  • fat15g
  • saturated fat15g
  • carbohydrates9
  • fiber3g

STEAK AND ASPARAGUS STIR-FRY

This recipe is so delicious and goes together quickly. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Note: Varying factors such as product types or brands can change the nutritional information in any given recipe. Different online calculators provide different results.


Step 1

Estimated Time:

Combine the first 6 ingredients in a small bowl, stir well with a whisk.

Step 1 -- Combine the first 6 ingredients in a small bowl, stir well with a whisk.

Step 2

Estimated Time:

Heat a large skillet over high heat. Add 1 tablespoon of oil to the pan; swirl to coat. Add the beef; cook until brown but not cooked through (about 1 ½ minutes). Place beef on a separate plate; discard liquid in the pan.

Step 2 -- Heat a large skillet over high heat. Add 1 tablespoon of oil to the pan; swirl to coat. Add the beef; cook until brown but not cooked through (about 1 ½ minutes). Place beef on a separate plate; discard liquid in the pan.

Step 3

Estimated Time:

Return the pan to high heat. Add remaining 2 teaspoons of oil; swirl to coat. Add the asparagus and bell pepper; stir-fry 30 seconds. Reduce the heat to medium-high. Add the stock mixture; cook 3 minutes or until sauce is thickened. Return beef and any juices to the pan; cook for 1 minute.

Step 3 -- Return the pan to high heat. Add remaining 2 teaspoons of oil; swirl to coat. Add the asparagus and bell pepper; stir-fry 30 seconds. Reduce the heat to medium-high. Add the stock mixture; cook 3 minutes or until sauce is thickened. Return beef and any juices to the pan; cook for 1 minute.

Step 4

Estimated Time:

Serve with precooked jasmine rice if you like. (not included in nutrition information)

Step 4 -- Serve with precooked jasmine rice if you like. (not included in nutrition information)

Step 5

[1] Oyster sauce is earthy and slightly sweet. You can substitute it for 1 tablespoon hoisin sauce combined with 1 teaspoon of soy sauce. If you are gluten free you can buy a gluten free hoisin sauce [2] A gluten free but not soy free alternative to soy sauce is liquid amino. Coconut amino is a soy and gluten free alternative but is much sweeter, in my opinion. [3] use arrow root powder for a corn free version

Step 5 -- [1] Oyster sauce is earthy and slightly sweet. You can substitute it for 1 tablespoon hoisin sauce combined with 1 teaspoon of soy sauce. If you are gluten free you can buy a gluten free hoisin sauce [2] A gluten free but not soy free alternative to soy sauce is liquid amino. Coconut amino is a soy and gluten free alternative but is much sweeter, in my opinion. [3] use arrow root powder for a corn free version

Add to Favourites Full Screen

Share it:

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup low sodium chicken stock
  • 1.5 tablespoon oyster sauce [1]
  • 1.5 tablespoon low sodium soy sauce [2]
  • 2 teaspoon peeled and grated fresh ginger
  • 2 teaspoon minced garlic
  • 1 teaspoon cornstarch [3]
  • 5 teaspoon avocado oil, divided
  • 12 ounce lean steak such as sirloin, cut into 1/4" strips
  • 12 ounce asparagus, trimmed and cut into two-inch pieces
  • 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes (optional)
  • 3 green onions, chopped

Grocery List

You may also like these recipes

  • 1

    Hot Dog Chili

    Who doesn't love a hot dog? Especially in the summer! I have been making this for years and it's always a crowd pleaser.  Pair this with an all beef or Turkey dog and you can easily stay on track for your goals. This is another freezer friendly recipe as well.  I make a double batch when feeding a crowd and their is rarely any left!


    20 min

    141 kcal

    Easy

  • 0

    Mixed Berry Compote

    This super easy compote is fantastic on pancakes or mixed into some cooked oats! This can be made in the microwave or on the stovetop.  Be sure to cover your bowl if you make it in the microwave.


    5 min

    Easy

  • 0

    Protein Pancakes

    One of my favorite breakfast foods are pancakes. This recipe does have quite a few ingredients and just like any other pancake recipe it's a bit of a process. One of the good things about it though is you can double the batch and freeze them for a quick fix later. Just pop one or two out of the freezer and stick them in the toaster.  I like mine with a fruit compote instead of syrup. That recipe is on the website as well.  Each pancake is a serving for the macros listed but you can easily enjoy two or three as a meal depending on your nutritional needs. This recipe does call for Protein powder and I prefer PeScience's Cake pop flavor for this recipe but any brand that you choose is fine.  Not a paid promotion by the way I'm just a fan of their products.


    30 min

    91 kcal

    Easy

  • 0

    Homemade Turkey Italian Sausage

    I absolutely love any kind of sausage. Traditional sausage is typically high in fat and sodium though. This recipe is great in pasta dishes like lasagna or spaghetti, casseroles, crumbled up on pizza and so much more. If you like it spicy add a teaspoon of red pepper flakes for a little something extra.


    15 min

    165 kcal

    Easy

  • 0

    Cheesesteak Style Stuffed Peppers

    I absolutely love a good Cheesesteak sandwich and this recipe is a great low carb option to satisfy a craving. I make these with ground turkey but you can sub out steak or even chicken. Just remember that substitutions change the macros. Try it my way, I promise they are fantastic! I like to pair these with baked sweet potato fries ( not counted in the macros for this recipe).


    20 min

    165 kcal

    Easy

  • 0

    Asian Meatballs

    I don't know about you but I love a good pot sticker. I went gluten free a while back and can no longer have them but these little babies are the next best thing!  I love to make things that I can double and freeze and this recipe is perfect for that. They are so delicious and ridiculously easy to make.


    17 min

    206 kcal

    Easy

  • 0

    Mini Bell Pepper Nachos

    This a great recipe for dinner, meal prep or even a potluck. It's easy to double and make extra for a crowd. I use the slow cooker taco chicken recipe for this and you can add additional toppings like corn, beans, salsa and sour cream or Greek Yogurt. Top with what ever you like, but keep in mind that additional toppings change the calorie and macro counts.


    20 min

    302 kcal

    Easy

  • 0

    Slow Cooker Shredded Taco Chicken

    Around here we eat a lot of dishes that are Mexican inspired.  Our kids love this recipe and it's easy to double for meal prep or to serve a crowd. It's also very versatile and can be used for tacos, quesadillas, and even nachos. Check out my recipe for Mini Bell Pepper Nachos too.


    245 min

    302 kcal

    Easy

  • 0

    Turkey Breakfast Sausage

    This recipe is a staple in our home.  It's that healthy comfort food fix that is super easy to prep and have on hand. I grew up making pork sausage from scratch on my grandparents farm. This is a great recipe to get my sausage fix without all the excess calories.  Here I explain how to make the sausage as patties but you can also cook this as crumbles for adding to breakfast casseroles, eggs, gravy and more. I double this recipe and make a huge batch to make sure we have plenty.  This recipe is also very freezer friendly too! Side note: when tracking this recipe for macros you can also just weight the number of patties or amount you want to eat (or what fits your need) and count it as just Turkey. The spices are minimal calorie wise.  So unless you really need to track the sodium you can use this option to make tracking a bit easier.


    32 min

    162 kcal

    Easy

  • 0

    PIZZA KABOBS

    Some version of Pizza is asked for in my home every single week! This is a fun take on pizza that we enjoy especially in the summer time when we run the grill more often. Be sure if you are using wooden skewers that you soak them before hand in water so they don’t burn. Once cooked you can eat as is with some pizza sauce or pop off the skewer and throw everything over a salad. You can also change up the veggies a bit if you like.


    30 min

    342 kcal

    Easy

  • 0

    GRILLED TACO CHICKEN AND MANGO SALSA

    I don’t know about you but we love some tacos. Really anything with a Mexican flair. While I like to pair these two together, I will be giving you the recipes and the nutrition break down separately. This chicken recipe is best marinated for a few hours or overnight. We love to grill it but you can cook it stove top or baked as well. The taco chicken is so versatile, you can serve it with the mango salsa, peppers and onions and some rice on the side or shred it for easy tacos or quesadillas, add to soups, salads and more.


    40 min

    356 kcal

    Medium

  • 0

    CHICKEN PICCATA WITH ORZO

    We all know that calories can add up in some of our favorite Italian dishes, especially if the chicken is breaded, fried and served over pasta. Skip that with this flavorful dish and serve with orzo on the side. The lemon zest gives the orzo a nice light citrus note. This is such a bright and flavorful dish, enjoy!


    25 min

    327 kcal

    Medium

  • 0

    GREEK CHICKEN SALAD WITH ZOODLES

    In the summer months when it's hot and you want something light and refreshing this is a great salad option. It’s also fantastic to make as part or meal prep to have for later. The longer it sits the better it tastes and there is no need to reheat the chicken. I’m all about easy and this is simple and easy even on the go! Tip: make a day ahead so the flavors can marinate overnight! Note: Varying factors such as product types or brands can change the nutritional information in any given recipe. Different online calculators provide different results.


    30 min

    217 kcal

    Medium

  • 0

    STEAK AND ASPARAGUS STIR-FRY

    This recipe is so delicious and goes together quickly. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do! Note: Varying factors such as product types or brands can change the nutritional information in any given recipe. Different online calculators provide different results.


    30 min

    280 kcal

    Easy