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Korean Beef Bowls

Mar 19, 2014

Get ready to have your minds blown.  This dish is beyond amazing and beyond easy.  Matt and I were gobbling it up.  The flavors in the beef paired with the creamy white rice and fresh green onions is so incredible.  The meat is spicy sweet and almost gets sort of caramelized from the brown sugar- divine I tell you!  Plus you don’t need many ingredients so it is a cheap meal to cook!  This is going to be on our weekly meal rotation for sure.  My friend Erin had the genius idea to add some steamed broccoli in next time, so if you want an extra veggie add that in!

Enjoy!

|| K O R E A N  B E E F  B O W L S ||

adapted via Six Sisters Stuff


Ingredients:

1 lb lean ground beef
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup soy sauce

1 Tablespoon sesame oil
3 cloves garlic, minced
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
1/2 – 1 teaspoon crushed red peppers (depending on how spicy you like it)
salt and pepper
1 bunch green onions, diced

Rice, cooked

 

Directions:

Heat a large skillet over medium heat and brown hamburger with
garlic in the sesame oil. Drain most of the fat and add brown sugar, soy
sauce, ginger, salt and pepper and red peppers. Simmer for a few
minutes to blend the flavors. Serve over steamed rice and top with green
onions.

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  1. Irene Toohey says:

    I make this all the time with ground turkey! Love it. Easy and tasty!
    Irene
    lifeandlovely.com

  2. This is my absolute favorite pinned recipe. I change it up depending whatever I have but the green onions totally make this dish in my opinion!
    ~Amanda|Meet @ the Barre

  3. caycee says:

    Yes yes yes!!!! You know the Hewitts all love them some beef! And I actually think this is easy enough for me to pull off 😉

  4. This looks amazing!!! By ground beef, do you mean like hamburger meat?

  5. Lucy says:

    Yum! I love when you post "man friendly" meals- that means I can actually try them! If it doesn't have meat in it, my husband won't even consider it a real meal!

  6. This sounds amazing!!!!!! I'm making this soon!

  7. KatiePerk says:

    I make this too. Great photos. Sometimes I put it in a tortilla with pickled radishes with the leftovers!

  8. Seriously…all your dinners sound so delicious! When you are in town next week I think I need you to come over and we can have a cooking class! haha

  9. I cannot wait to try this!

  10. Alicia xoxxo says:

    I am def making this. I think I even have all of the ingredients here, except the ginger. Will def add some broccoli, and maybe swap out the white rice for brown. Cant wait to try it!

  11. smash says:

    Pinning this right now! I'm always looking for simple dishes that my husband will enjoy too. Thanks for sharing. xx

  12. YUM!! totally pinning this for later! xo jillian – cornflake dreams

  13. BLovedBoston says:

    This is definitely going to be on the menu next week!! thanks so much!

  14. I make a similar beef and I also add shredded carrots to the meat and 1 red pepper fined chopped. I serve mine in lettuce wraps. So delicious!

  15. Ali says:

    Sounds so so good! Thanks for sharing!

  16. Made this for dinner tonight and loved it! My husband and I both devoured it…my kids, on the other hand, would not eat it. They are 2 and 4…hoping it is just a phase. Oh well…more for us. Does your son like it?

  17. My husband and I went to South Korea last September and since then we scour the city (Houston) for Korean food and this completely hit the spot last night!! There are no left overs…whoopsie!

  18. Hopesdope says:

    My husband is the cook in our house and I give him one of your recipes at least once a week. It's hilarious to walk into the kitchen and see DB&DD open on his iPad while he cooks. Even though I know it's on the recipe page, my first reaction is that he's reading your blog and brushing up on the latest fashions, sales, styles and what not. 🙂

    Definitely trying this recipe tomorrow night. All the ones we have tried have been SO GOOD.

  19. misslily says:

    Just made this for my beef loving stepdaughter (her vegetarian dad is out of town and it's just us here). This shiznit is GOOD!!! Your 3 ingredient peanut butter cookies are in the oven now. Us stepmoms are soooooo mean, right 🙂

  20. Erin says:

    Made this tonight and added broccoli and it was amazing!!!

  21. Kristina says:

    Just made this and it was a hit..great reciepe, thanks for sharing

  22. Ann says:

    Hi! I'm an American living in Japan and beef gulgogi is very popular here! My husband travels to Korea for work a lot and it has seriously become a household fav! Here they use regular white onion and shredded beef (like on a Philly cheesesteak) but I love your version, so easy! Never thought to add some more greens, yum!

  23. Saw this on B Loved Boston- totally going to make it next week. Yum!

  24. Deanna says:

    This is one of our favorite meals! Thanks for sharing! xo

  25. Jay says:

    We serve this weekly with ground turkey instead of ground beef. I reduce the brown sugar amount and sub Bragg's amino acid for the soy sauce. Our teenagers love it! Thank you!

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