This Korean-inspired AIP Sweet Potato Noodle Stir Fry is an easy one-pot meal. It draws from the classic Korean dish, Japchae and is paleo, gluten-free and so delicious.
Japchae is a popular Korean glass noodle stir fry dish, that translates as “mixed vegetables.” Typically, Japchae recipes include nightshades and other non-AIP ingredients. This AIP Sweet Potato Noodle Stir fry is inspired by Japchae. It retains the characteristic sweet potato noodles combined with AIP-elimination stage compliant vegetables and ground beef. A marinade of coconut aminos, AIP-compliant fish sauce, and balsamic vinegar complements the dish.
If you’re looking for delicious and authentic paleo Korean food, check out Jean Choi’s recipes at What Great Grandma Ate. Jean has a fantastic recipe for Japchae in her cookbook and so many other mouthwatering recipes on her blog!
While this dish has a few components, besides the boiling of the noodles, it’s all made in one-pot. Who doesn’t love a one-pot meal? It’s a great meal prep option if you prep the veggies and make the marinade so that it can come together quickly when you need it to.
Here are the main ingredients for this dish:
- sweet potato glass noodles – Korean glass noodles are made from sweet potato starch and are naturally gluten-free!
- coconut aminos, fish sauce, balsamic vinegar and olive oil – these ingredients create a flavorful AIP marinade
- ground beef – the main protein of the meal
- mixed veggies – I used carrots, mushrooms and broccoli but these are totally customizable.
- cilantro – for garnishing the stir fry
Sweet Potato Noodle Stir fry FAQs
Can I make this recipe coconut free?
The coconut aminos adds a nice sweetness to this dish. If you want to omit it, I suggest increasing the amounts of fish sauce and balsamic vinegar to balance the flavor.
How do I store this dish?
Leftovers keep well in a sealed container in the fridge for 3-4 days. I recommend reheating before serving and don’t forget the garnish of fresh cilantro and some more coconut aminos if necessary.
Can I use different veggies?
Yes, this dish is easily customizable. You can use a variety of other AIP-approved vegetables like cabbage, spinach and collard greens.
Can I substitute the ground beef?
Yes, thinly sliced beef or chopped flank steak works well and is more true to the original dish. You could also try ground pork!
Looking for more quick, one-pot AIP meals? You might enjoy:
- Chicken Noodle Stir Fry
- Sautéed Veggies with Pears & Chives
- Sheet Pan Beef and Broccoli with Mushrooms
- Thai Basil Beef
- Ginger-Garlic Pork Noodle Soup
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