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Slow Cooker Sesame Beef Noodle Bowls

sesame beef noodle bowls


I spent yesterday morning at the car dealer waiting on my car to get fixed.  There was a recall on part of my car, so I was lucky enough to sit there for an hour yesterday.  Good news is I brought a book, so I was able to catch up on some reading.  They also washed my car!  It was so dirty, I almost didn’t recognize it when they were done.  Love driving around in a freshly washed car, now I just have to cross my fingers that the weather cooperates and it stays clean for more than a day.

sesame beef noodle bowls

On days when I have appointments and places to be, I love to rely on my crockpot.  It is great to start something, let it cook all day, and then you just have to put on some finishing touches when you get home.  You may remember when I made Slow Cooker Chipotle Beef Tacos a couple weeks ago.  Well this starts with the same base.  So when after you have your tacos, you can use the leftovers to make these noodle bowls.

sesame beef noodle bowls

These noodle bowls are a great way to transform your leftovers, and your family will have no idea.  I used the flat rice noodles (often found in the Asian food section – Pad Thai noodles), but if you can’t find those linguini would work well.  Then all you have to do is drizzle with soy sauce, sesame oil and top with bean sprouts, green onions, or cilantro.  A squeeze of lime and some chopped peanuts or sesame seeds would be great as well.  It is really easy to customize this to what your family enjoys.

Yield: 4

Slow Cooker Sesame Beef Noodle Bowls

sesame beef noodle bowls

Sweet and spicy slow cooker beef over rice noodles for a quick and easy dinner.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes


  • 1-2 cups Slow Cooker Maple Chipotle Beef recipe
  • Flat rice noodles, (pad thai noodles)
  • soy sauce
  • sesame oil
  • green onions
  • bean sprouts


  1. Cook noodles according to package directions.
  2. Reheat beef (with some of cooking liquid) if using leftovers.
  3. Mix beef with noodles.
  4. Drizzle each bowl with a little soy sauce and sesame oil.
  5. Top with a handful of bean sprouts and green onions to serve.


Recipe from Everyday with Rachael Ray

Nutrition Information



Serving Size

4 Servings

Amount Per Serving Calories 417Total Fat 26gSaturated Fat 9gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 13gCholesterol 99mgSodium 303mgCarbohydrates 12gFiber 1gSugar 1gProtein 32g

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Fiona Matthews

Saturday 22nd of March 2014

We have just got back from a vacation in Thailand and are not searching for recipes of anything Thai.. Pad Thai..mmm hopefully it will keep the memories fresh of a once in a lifetime trip


Friday 7th of March 2014

Oh man! Handsome would go nuts for this. He loves Asian style meals. He loves noodles. He loves food waiting for him when he gets home. Perfect!

Isabelle @ Crumb

Thursday 6th of March 2014

This looks like a perfect meal for a busy weeknight... I really need to start making more use of my slow cooker (though that would require me to be organized enough in the morning to actually dump the stuff in and turn it on, which is a pretty tall order for a non-morning person like me.)


Thursday 6th of March 2014

Oooh, like I told Christiane earlier, I love Asian pasta dishes even more than Italian! Your noodle bowls look terrific !

Dionne Baldwin

Wednesday 5th of March 2014

I adore pad thai noodles but since I don't know how to make it as good as my fave thai place, I never get to use them! I'm totally saving this one.

I love my slow cooker so much that I even use it in the summer once in awhile on the cooler days. :) Totally cheating but as long as we are fed, who cares?!

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