Beef & Veggies Meal Prep
This is a meal prep recipe for stir-fry beef & veggies. Meal prep means making meals in advance to reheat over the next couple of days, which is a huge convenience on busy weekdays. Most times, I cook a bit more with the intention for leftovers anyway, so meal prepping comes into action even without planning to do so.
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In the main compartment of my bento box is the beef & veggies. The sliced beef I used is an inexpensive rump cut (you can use the similar wallet-friendly flank cut). The veggies consist of broccoli, baby corn, carrot and bell peppers. Other than the broccoli which I highly recommend not to skip, the rest of the vegetables can be substituted with any favourite or leftover veggies in the fridge.
This is my wok of meal prep beef. This is sufficient for at least 2 days of meal prep (2 meals for 2 pax). This is a bigger serving from the usual I cooked without meal prep (cooked only for one meal). We enjoyed this dish very much at home, so I always make a big batch for meal prep every time I cooked this.
This is my two-tier cute lunch box >_< I have two of these & naturally both are mine :D
Inside the top tier of my lunch box is my cooked brown rice. I added some odd salad/cherry tomatoes because I did not want to fill it all up with rice, since I’m eating lesser carbs.
And the entire bottom tier is my delicious beef & veggies. I usually pick out the beef slices and set them on top of the rice & veggies before microwaving. In that way, the beef won’t overcook, since the top of a dish in a microwave is usually the least hot.