Cooked on a Blackstone Griddle
1 Ribeye Steak, thinly sliced
1 packet of ramen noodles cooked and drained, seasoning packet discarded
1 medium zucchini, cut into bite sized pieces
1 medium summer squash, cut into bite sized pieces
1 large onion, thinly sliced
2 large eggs
Canola Oil to Season Griddle
Salt & Pepper to taste
¼ cup soy sauce
1 Tbsp. brown sugar
1 Tbsp. apple cider vinegar
2 tsp of sriracha
2 cloves of garlic, finely diced
The best way to thinly slice steak is to first have it frozen. Take it out of the freezer about an hour to an hour and half before you are ready to start cooking to let it slightly thaw.
While the steak is still slightly frozen, thinly slice the whole steak while keeping some of the fat (I do cut out the larger pieces as needed).
Next, wash and cut up the squashes and onions. I like to cut the squash into circles, and then cut into fours so they are bite sized pieces. I slice up the onion, but dicing is fine too.
While prepping the vegetables and steak, cook the ramen noodles in boiling water for about 3 minutes, drain the water, and coat with a tiny bit of canola oil to keep from sticking together.
Combine all the sauce ingredients and whisk until well combined.
Once the sauce and ingredients are prepped and ready, heat the flat top or Blackstone griddle to medium. Add enough canola oil to cover your workspace.
Once the griddle is heated, add the squash and onion, and cook for 3-5 mins until slightly golden.
Add the thinly sliced steak and spread out on the griddle into a single layer to cook evenly. Sprinkle lightly with salt and pepper. Leave the steak untouched for a minute or two.
While steak is cooking, crack the eggs on the griddle and scramble up – this all happens simultaneously.
Flip the meat over to cook the other side. You will notice the first side should be slightly browned and caramelized. MMM so delicious!
After another minute (does not take long) combine the vegetables with the meat & eggs, and then add your cooked ramen noodles. Chop up the noodles and toss with tongs to combine.
Pour sauce mix over everything and listen to the sizzle! Cook for a minute and keep tossing with the tongs until everything is coated. Remove from heat.
Serve immediately and be ready for your tastebuds to thank you!
My husband purchased a Blackstone griddle last November during Black Friday sales. I wasn't completely on board at first, because I don't really like change - I have an Instapot that I've used like twice! But wow, this Blackstone has changed our life! ;-)
We absolutely love it! It is so fun and is really allows for a delicious meal to be thrown together very quick. I can't wait to share my husband's 'Smash Burgers'!
I came up with this recipe when trying to recreate stir fry from the hibachi restaurants. It my opinion, this is way better! It comes together really quick so you spend most of the time prepping the ingredients and getting everything ready to throw on the griddle. Try it for yourself and let me know what you think in the comments below!