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Ingredients:
Marinated beef, edamame beans and crisp vegetables in a sweet-spicy ginger sauce.

Description:
Enjoy a bold, beefy combination of tender tri-tips, sliced green beans, peppers, baby corn and edamame beans—a sweet green soybean-in-the-pod—all simmered in a rich, spicy sauce brimming with ginger, tamari and Oriental spices. A truly bold blend of flavors and textures that tempt your senses and your palate.

Serving suggestion:
For a hearty meal to remember, try YinYang Beef with a side of steamed noodles or over a serving of long-grain brown rice.



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Simple steps to a fast, fresh dinner!

Just 15 minutes from package to table. Simply sear the meat, simmer the other ingredients and serve!

Prepare right on the stovetop
  • Thaw meat, vegetable and sauce packets overnight in refrigerator or in microwave (defrost setting), until food can be separated.
  • Heat 1 tablespoon of oil or non-stick cooking spray in a skillet over medium heat.
  • Sear the meat for 3 to 5 minutes or until golden brown on all sides, stirring occasionally.
  • Add contents of vegetable packet, stir to heat.
  • Add 1 cup water and contents of sauce packet.
  • Stir to combine.
  • Simmer for 8 to 10 minutes over medium-low heat until meat is thoroughly cooked, vegetables are hot and sauce has thickened.
  • Serve immediately.
Always cook all Bold Eats products before serving
The concept of yin and yang—or “earth” and “heaven,” according to Chinese traditional medicine and philosophy—describes two opposing, yet complementary, aspects of a single phenomenon. For example: Winter and summer are opposites, but together they form a whole year.

A bold balance of flavors
Based on this time-honored philosophy, we created YinYang Beef, a complementary balance of sweet and savory, rich and tangy, and colorful and sublime flavor profile. The tender beef tri-tips are marinated in traditional teriyaki-style seasonings, including soy sauce, sesame oil and ginger. The colorful and crispy array of vegetables includes water chestnuts and edamame (fresh green soybeans), as well as baby corn, peppers and onions.

The rich, robust flavors of YinYang Beef all come together as they simmer in a sweet-spicy sauce spiked with tamari, brown sugar, chilies, garlic and lots of fresh ginger.

This is by far the sweetest Bold Eats creation, yet in true yin-yang fashion, it’s also one of the most “accessible,” based on how much Americans love Asian cuisine and its characteristic sweet flavor profiles.

I think you’ll find that our YinYang Beef is a bold yet satisfying blend of flavors and textures that will tantalize your palate. It’s trendy and traditional, in the best sense of the words.

—Curtis Smith, Certified Executive Chef and Culinary Consultant for Bold Eats