Blue Apron: Bulgogi Beef and Soba Noodle Stir Fry with Marinated Vegetables

In our final week of Blue Apron meals, we made some great choices.  Our meals came a little bit late this week due to the holiday, so we made the first one on Friday.  Mike really liked a soba noodle dish at Panera, so I decided we should try the Bulgogi Beef and Soba Noodle Stir Fry.  Per the norm, Mike washed and prepped the produce while I worked on the rest of the meal.  I started water boiling in a medium pot.  Once the water boiled, I added the noodles and boiled them for 3 minutes.   I drained, rinsed them, and added sesame oil.  I marinated the beef in salt, pepper, and yakiniku sauce for about 10 minutes while the radishes and cucumber marinated separately in salt, pepper, and vinegar.  I heated up the rest of the sesame oil in a large pan and added the beef, cooking it about 2-3 minutes.  I added the carrots and scallions and cooked until the beef was cooked through.  To the pan, I added the noodles, yakiniku sauce, vinegar, water, and  gochujang and cooked it another minute.  I turned off the heat and added in the cilantro, salt, and pepper.  We plated the stir fry with the marinated veggies, garnished the stir fry with scallions and the veggies with mint.  This was a very tasty meal.  I skipped the cucumbers myself, but the radishes were yummy.  This meal also made plenty of food, with enough extra for leftovers, too.  We really liked this one and will likely try to make something like it again in the future.