Beef Tenderloin Rice Bowl is the most popular guy at every stir fry because of its flavor and fork-tenderness. You can stir fry or grill it, but either way...you'll be making it over and over again.
I'm a big fan of rice bowls because they offer a healthy way to put dinner on the table as quickly as possible. This dish is fast...I mean...lightning speed. And, guess what? You can make it happen even faster by purchasing pre-cut veggies at your local deli.
How to Make Beef Tenderloin Rice Bowl
Start with two small beef tenderloin steaks and season them with your favorite steak seasoning. Cut the beef into thin slices with a sharp knife (ad) and set aside.
Next, dice some yellow squash, white onions, green onions, sweet peppers and mushrooms. Place the veggies in a skillet (or on the grill) and stir fry with olive oil or butter until soft. Next, add the beef tenderloin strips to the skillet and stir on high heat for a few minutes. Add teriyaki or soy sauce to the mix and you're done!
Serve the whole she-bang over white or brown rice in pretty bowls, and you've got an epic dish for your recipe files. Add a pair of chopsticks (ad) if you like!
Is this Dish Easy to Make?
Beef Tenderloin is definitely one of the fastest meats I've ever cooked. It comes together so quickly, you'll have dinner on the table from start to finish in less than 25 minutes!
I love the ease of this dish, but also the amazing flavor of the fork-tender beef and veggies simmered in teriyaki sauce. It reminds me of going to a Japanese steak restaurant where they throw knives in the air! Proceed with caution...hopefully, there won't be any knife-throwing at your house.