Thai Inspired Sirloin Stir Fry Recipe

I rotate our meal plan very simply: meat, chicken, fish, veg. That way, if it is a meat night, I only have to think of what to do with the meal! I love sirloin but was not in the mood for a plain old steak so decided to make use of the sambal oelek that is still lurking in my fridge, and make a stir fry. This resulted in my Thai inspired sirloin stir fry.

Thai Inspired Sirloin Stir Fry
Thai Inspired Sirloin Stir Fry
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Sirloin – Thai Inspired Stir Fry


for the marinade

  • 250 g sirloin trimmed and sliced
  • 5 mls cornflour
  • 1 stalk lemon grass crushed and sliced
  • 2.5 cm root ginger peeled and sliced into matchsticks
  • 2 garlic cloves sliced
  • 15 mls soy sauce
  • 15 mls mirin
  • 5 mls sambal oelek

to cook

  • 15 mls ground nut oil
  • 15 mls ponzu sauce
  • choice of fresh greens vegetables cut for stir frying
  • sobu noodles


for the marinade

  • rub the cornflour into the sirloin
  • add the lemon grass, root ginger, garlic cloves, soy sauce, mirin and sambal oelek
  • leave to marinade, out of the fridge for at least one hour

to cook

  • prepare your noodles as per the packet instructions and set aside
  • heat the ground nut oil in a wok
  • add the meat, reserving the marinade
  • sear and remove from the wok
  • add the vegetables
  • just before the are done, add back the meat, the ponzu sauce and the marinade
  • add the precooked sobu noodles
  • mix everything together making sure the noodles are well coated with the sauce

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8 thoughts on “Thai Inspired Sirloin Stir Fry Recipe

  1. Such a satisfying meal this, I just use black bean sauce as I don’t have ponzu (what is ponzu?)
    Friday greets to Dave.

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