Stir Fry Beef Salad

Beef Stir Fry Salad
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Stir Fry Beef Salad

Servings 4

Total Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Nutrition Information

calories 520

carbohydrate 14g

protein 44g

fat 38g


  • 11/2 pound(s) beef - tip steak(s) sliced into thin strips
  • 2 teaspoon(s) coconut oil lard, or tallow
  • 1 tablespoon(s) coconut aminos (tastes like soy sauce)
  • 1/2 medium onion(s), yellow sliced
  • 2 medium bell pepper(s) sliced
  • 1 cup(s) pea pods or sugar snap peas
  • 2 head(s) lettuce or the equivalent amount of mixed greens
  • 1 tablespoon(s) balsamic vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon(s) olive oil, extra virgin
  • 1/2 teaspoon(s) sea salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon(s) black pepper freshly ground


  1. Heat skillet over medium heat. Add the coconut oil, lard, or tallow as soon as the pan is hot.
  2. Add sliced onions and sauté until they begin to soften and turn translucent. Stir often.
  3. Turn the heat up slightly and wait about a minute for the pan to heat up.
  4. Add the beef and the coconut aminos, and continue to stir often.
  5. When beef is close to done (however you prefer it) add the bell peppers and peas.
  6. Season with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper if needed.
  7. Serve over chopped lettuce or mixed greens and drizzle with balsamic vinegar and olive oil to taste.


  1. I found Tamari soy sauce next to my regular soy sauce in my grocery store. Or you may find it in your “ethnic” food aisle.

  2. I just started eating Paleo on Tuesday. Now to be honest I’m not a very good cook, but nonetheless, this is the first dinner I’ve made that had enough flavor and didn’t send me running for spices. Love it.

  3. I loved this meal! Even my non paleo eating housemates were going back for seconds! All that was left was three pea pods and a strip of red pepper:)

  4. loved this meal – one of the best so far…apparently my dog decided the same, because he knocked the pan off the stove and ate it while I was eating mine…

  5. I prepped this dish the night before, so I let the beef marinate in a little oil, ginger, salt and pepper overnight. I also added Garlic and Ginger during cooking… so yummy, and so easy! With all the chopping and cutting done the night before, this was literally a throw-together meal and a perfect ending to a hectic day. We’ll definitely have this again.

  6. Yum! This is my favorite meal so far… and it’s QUICK! Drizzling balsalmic over it made it that much better. Love!

  7. Ah, I apologize, I didn’t see that the recipe called for coconut aminos. I saw someone mention in the comments about tamari and thought that was the ingredient specified!

  8. This is a great lunch or dinner. I have made it twice now and enjoyed it both times. Is there a reason it does not have nutritional information?

    1. MissLindey – We’re working on finishing up all the recipes with their nutritional info. Some of them we just never got around to, but it’s on schedule to be done in the next couple of months.

  9. This was delicious, I added a little ginger and additional vegies. The coconut aminos tastes just like tamari or soy sauce and because I could not find it locally I purchased coconut aminos on Amazon for $5.

  10. This recipe is the worst written recipe I have ever read. If anyone starting off cooking read this they would never cook again and have fast food for the rest of their life.

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