A quick and easy steak stir-fry, perfect for a busy workweek!

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Get a healthy and delicious steak stir-fry in no time with our Steak Stir-Fry with Bok Choy and Zucchini recipe!  This quick and easy recipe is a perfect blend of flavors when you’re in a rush. Even though it’s so quick to make, you’ll be savoring this dish’s taste time and time again!

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1/2 Pound Steak, skirt cut, sliced thinly against the grain
1 Tsp Kosher Salt
1 Tsp ground pepper, to taste
2 Tbsp Olive oil, divided
1 Garlic clove, minced
1/2 Tbsp Ginger, minced
2 Green onions, sliced thinly
1 Red bell pepper, sliced thinly
1 Zucchini, cut into 1/4-inch thick matchsticks
1 head Baby bok choy, quartered


2 Tbsp Low sodium soy sauce
1/2 Tbsp Water
1 Tbsp Garlic, smashed
1 Tbsp Paprika


step #1

Whisk sauce ingredients together (soy sauce, water, smashed garlic, and paprika) and set aside.

step #2

Pat steak dry and season with salt and pepper. Heat wok or large skillet over very high heat. When hot, add half of the steak so the meat gets a good sear and cook, tossing occasionally and add oil, until browned on all sides, about 2 minutes total. Transfer to a plate, repeat with the remaining meat; set aside.

step #3

Reduce the heat to medium-high, add the oil, green onions, garlic, ginger, water, and red pepper to the wok and toss frequently until beginning to soften, about 2 minutes.

step #4

Add baby bok choy and zucchini and cook for an additional 2 minutes until the leaves turn bright green.

step #5

Return the steak back to wok and pour the sauce mixture. Bring to a boil and allow cooking through and reducing, about 1 to 2 minutes more.

step #6

Ready to Serve!



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Did you know?

Bok choy, pak choi, Chinese cabbage… this veggie’s got a number of names! While it might look and taste very similar to celery, it might surprise you to discover bok choy is a member of the cabbage family. It’s a rich source of vitamins A, C, and K, and a staple vegetable in many Asian cuisines.

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