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With healthy ground beef, ginger, garlic, sesame oil, a touch of honey, and plenty of green onions, this Korean Beef Bowl recipe is perfect for serving over rice with vegetables for an easy, wholesome meal. The best part? It can be on your table in 20 minutes flat!

Healthy Korean beef bowl with veggies and rice

This ground beef dinner is exquisitely easy-yet-excellent (much like Ground Beef Casserole).

So much so, it’s practically still cooling on the stove, but I had to rush over and share the recipe with you!

  • This Korean beef bowl with veggies is fast; you can have it on your table in 20 minutes!
  • You probably already have all of the ingredients around (especially if you regularly make stir fry recipes like this Egg Roll in a Bowl).
  • It’s ideal for meal prep. All of the components can be prepped separately, then assembled for serving.
Two plates with the Korean beef bowl healthy for meal prep

5 Star Review

“Affordable, balanced, quick, delicious…. checks all our boxes for a great meal for any night!”

— Rebekah —

About this Recipe

These beef bowls are super-duper loosely based on Smitten Kitchen Crispy Rice Bowls, which have been one of our favorite easy dinner recipes we’ve tried lately.

  • We served our sautéed Korean ground beef over steamed brown rice the first time and with quinoa the second; we were highly pleased with how they both tasted.
  • A fried egg is another tasty way to finish off them off.
  • You also can trade out the vegetables here for just about any you prefer or have around. I love the combination of beef and broccoli in Asian recipes (looking at you, Crockpot Beef and Broccoli, Instant Pot Beef and Broccoli, and Healthy Beef and Broccoli), so making this Korean beef bowl with broccoli is next on my list.
  • Top off these Korean bowls with shredded carrots and thinly sliced cucumbers for garnish.


If you have time, let the vegetables sit in a mix of rice vinegar, sugar, and water to lightly pickle—the time the beef needs to brown will be enough, and you’ll adore yourself for making this upgrade.

A skillet with green onions, ground beef and Korean beef bowl sauce

How to Make a Korean Beef Bowl

You’ll find a number of major differences between this easy Korean beef bowl recipe and Deb’s version (particularly the ground beef), but the two recipes are wildly delicious, quick-and-easy, and take inspiration from Korean cooking. Neither claims authenticity. I hope you’ll try them both.

The Ingredients

  • Ground Beef. Lean ground beef (I used 93% lean) keeps this recipe light without sacrificing flavor.


For more great ground beef recipes, check out Ground Beef Dinner Ideas.

  • Soy Sauce. Coats every morsel of the beef, giving it a delightfully salty, savory, umami flavor. I recommend using low-sodium soy sauce to ensure your beef bowl doesn’t become too salty.

Dietary Note

If you would like to make a gluten-free Korean beef bowl, you may swap the soy sauce for your favorite variety of tamari instead.

  • Garlic + Ginger. Tiny but mighty! Both garlic and ginger pack intense flavors that complement almost any stir fry recipe.
  • Rice Vinegar. For a touch of acidity.
  • Honey. Adding honey gives the dish a subtle, balanced sweetness without using any refined sugars (like brown sugar).
  • Red Pepper Flakes. For a pinch of heat. If you like your stir fry extra spicy, feel free to add more red pepper flakes to take it up a notch.

Substitution Tip

You can try stirring in a few teaspoons of gochujang, a fermented Korean chili paste, for added heat and an extra dash of authentic Korean flavor. It can be found in most grocery stores, beside other Asian sauces and condiments.

  • Pickled Vegetables. A fantastic addition that adds acidity, texture, and crunch to these spicy Korean beef bowls. I usually opt for Persian cucumbers and shredded carrots, but Quick Pickled Onions or radishes would also be great to try.


See the “Notes” section of the recipe card below to learn how I like to quickly pickle my cucumbers and carrots for this dish.

  • Sesame Oil. Provides that unmistakable Asian flavor to this dish. Don’t skip this ingredient! Sesame oil is typically located in the Asian or international aisle of most grocery stores.

The Best Base for Korean Beef Bowls

The only thing left to decide is what to use as a base for your ultimate Korean beef bowl. Here are a few of my favorites:

  • Rice. A classic and crowd-pleasing base for this beef bowl. We like brown rice for its whole-grain benefits. See Instant Pot Brown Rice for an easy cooking method.
  • Quinoa. For a boost in protein content, serve your beef bowl on top of cooked quinoa.
  • Cauliflower Rice. Make this a low-carb Korean beef bowl by serving it with cauliflower rice.
  • Noodles. If you’re a fan of noodles with your stir fries, try this beef bowl with cooked soba, rice, or udon noodles.
Ground beef bowls Korean style with rice and pickled vegetables

The Directions

  1. Quick pickle your vegetables, if desired.
  2. Brown the beef with the soy sauce, garlic, and green onions.
  3. Whisk together the vinegar, honey, ginger, and red pepper flakes. Pour the mixture over the beef, stirring to coat. Remove from the heat, and stir in the sesame oil.
  4. Serve hot with rice (or base of choice) and desired toppings. ENJOY!

Storage Tips

  • To Store. Place leftovers in an airtight storage container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
  • To Reheat. Gently rewarm leftovers in a large skillet over medium-low heat on the stove. You can also reheat this dish in the microwave.
  • To Freeze. Store the beef mixture and vegetables in an airtight, freezer-safe storage container in the freezer for up to 3 months. Let thaw overnight in the refrigerator before reheating.

Meal Prep Tip

This recipe makes a fantastic make-ahead lunch or dinner.

  • Prep your vegetables in advance, and store them in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
  • Portion your rice into storage containers, top with your desired serving size of the beef mixture, and finish with the vegetables.
  • Store all the containers in the refrigerator, and grab them for quick lunches or dinners throughout the week.
Two easy Korean beef bowls with pickled veggies and scallions

What to Serve with Korean Beef Bowls

Looking for ideas on what to pair with these quick Korean beef bowls to complete your dinner menu? Here are a few of my favorite ideas:

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Make Korean Beef Bowls with Different Meat?

While Korean beef is traditional, it is far from the only option. Feel free to experiment with other ground meat. Ground turkey, chicken, or pork would all would work well with these flavors.

Are Korean Beef Bowls Gluten Free?

For a gluten-free Korean beef bowl, make sure to swap the soy sauce for gluten free tamari.

Can I Make Korean Beef Bowls with Thinly Sliced Beef Instead of Ground Beef?

I have only ever made this recipe with ground beef, so it would be an experiment to swap for thinly sliced or shaved beef (which is more like traditional bulgogi beef). If you give it a try, I’d love to hear about the results in the comments.

Korean Beef Bowl

4.87 from 162 votes
Quick and healthy Korean beef bowl — ready in 20 minutes and made with simple ingredients! Serve with rice and veggies for easy dinners or meal prep!

Prep: 10 minutes
Cook: 10 minutes
Total: 20 minutes

Servings: 4 servings



  • 1 pound lean ground beef (I used 93% lean)
  • 3 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce plus additional to taste, divided
  • 1 1/4 cups minced scallions both green and white parts (from about 1 small bundle), divided
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic about 3 cloves
  • 2 tablespoons rice vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 2 tablespoons minced or finely grated fresh ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes plus additional to taste
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil plus additional to tase


  • Cooked brown rice quinoa, or cauliflower rice
  • 1 1/2 cups shredded carrots see recipe notes to pickle them for an upgrade
  • Thinly sliced seedless cucumbers Persian-style or English/hot house
  • Toasted sesame seeds


  • Pickle the carrots and/or cucumbers if desired (see recipe notes—I highly recommend).
  • In a large skillet, brown the beef over medium-high heat, breaking it into small pieces, until it is browned and cooked through, about 5 or so minutes. When the beef is about halfway finished cooking, add 1 tablespoon of the soy sauce and 2/3 of the scallions. Once the beef is completely browned, stir in the garlic and cook 30 seconds.
  • While the beef cooks, in a small bowl, stir together the rice vinegar, honey, ginger, red pepper flakes, and remaining soy sauce.
  • Pour over the browned beef. Stir and cook for 2 minutes. Remove from the heat, then stir in the sesame oil. Sprinkle the remaining green onion over the top. Taste and add extra soy sauce or red pepper flakes as desired (I added a bit more of each).
  • Serve the beef hot, over rice, topped generously with the carrots, cucumber, and sesame seeds.



  • TO PICKLE THE CARROTS AND CUCUMBERS: Place the vegetables in a medium bowl. Top with 2 tablespoons rice vinegar, 2 tablespoons water, 1/2 teaspoon sugar and 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt to coat the strands. Let marinate/gently pickle while you prepare the rest of the recipe. Drain then use to top the bowls.
  • TO STORE: Place leftovers in an airtight storage container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. 
  • TO REHEAT: Gently rewarm leftovers in a large skillet over medium-low heat on the stove. You can also reheat this dish in the microwave. 
  • TO FREEZE: Store the beef mixture and vegetables in an airtight, freezer-safe storage container in the freezer for up to 3 months. Let thaw overnight in the refrigerator before reheating. 


Serving: 1(of 4); heaping 3/4 cupCalories: 303kcalCarbohydrates: 17gProtein: 24gFat: 15gSaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 74mgPotassium: 600mgFiber: 2gSugar: 12gVitamin A: 6968IUVitamin C: 8mgCalcium: 55mgIron: 4mg

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  1. Erin thank you I am going to try this tonight!! I love your recipes:).  My husband and I both love Korean this sounds like a winner ❤️  

      1. I made  the meal tonight!  The most time consuming was prepping the vegetables.  I pickled them as you suggested.  The whole dish was yummy!  A definite redo!!  I served it with brown rice.  I bought broccoli to cook with it and I was so preoccupied with the recipe that the broccoli is still in the fridge lol.  Bonus with this meal my husband and I both have leftovers for lunch tomorrow!!  I meant to take a picture but forgot.  Thank you ❤️5 stars

  2. This looks like a good recipe and I may try it. However, I’d like to suggest that you add gochujang (Korean chili paste) to this recipe to give it some kind of legitimate Korean taste. It is easily accessible via Amazon and in most grocery stores (for example, I am just down the highway in Madison and there are two varieties in my grocery store). Otherwise the flavors in here are pretty generically “asian”. Just a thought.

    1. Hi Alleira, thanks for your suggestion! You can certainly add gochujang to this recipe if you’d like. I hope you enjoy it if you try it!

  3. Looks delicious, can’t wait to try it!! I have pretty much  all the ingredients on hand, so it will definitely be on the rotation this week :)

  4. I am curious at to why you do not post the sodium amounts for your recipes? It would be very helpful considering all of the other nutrition amounts you post.


    1. Hi Michelle, since sodium content can vary so much based on the brands of ingredients used, I recommend using an online calculator like MyFitnessPal, which you can customize based on the ingredients you have to get a more accurate number. I hope this helps and that you enjoy the recipe if you try it!

  5. Hi! I just tried this recipe and added 2 tsp of the gochujang someone suggested and it was delicious! My fiance and I really really enjoy the Asian inspired recipes. They are definitely our favorite! Thanks for this wonderful recipe, Erin!5 stars

    1. YAY! I’m so pleased to hear that this was a hit, Reem! Thank you for sharing this kind review!

  6. Erin! I made this last night and it was amazing! The pickled cucumber and carrots added such a nice zing! I ate mine with cauliflower rice and added some kimchi. I could eat this every night!!! Thank you so much for your recipes! I’m always stalking your site – you’ve really inspired me to cook more!!!5 stars

  7. I finished making this recipe and realized I only added 1 of the 3 tablespoons of soy sauce.  I rechecked the recipe and can’t find where I missed it.  The vegetable prep took me longer than 10 minutes…lol4 stars

    1. Hi Andrea! The remaining soy sauce is added at the end of Step 3, and you can adjust the amount to your tastes. I hope you enjoyed the recipe!

  8. This was delicious! The combination of flavors added so much depth to the dish, and the pickled cucumbers and carrots were the perfect compliment! 5 stars

  9.  I needed some inspiration for a delicious meal with ground beef. So I searched your website found this winner!  This was really tasty!  My family enjoyed it lots!  5 stars

  10. Loved this dish!
    I did add extra soy sauce and chilli flakes for a little more flavour. Super easy and convenient for a week night dinner!5 stars

  11. I have made Korean Beef Bowls TWICE this month already! It is so fast and so delicious!!! My hubby and 4 yo both enjoy it, too! Win- win – win! Thank you for another nutritious, filling, delicious and EASY meal!!! xo5 stars

  12. Made this tonight – excellent! I also pickled some radishes; all delicious! Such a great recipe; thank you. I’m going to try it again soon with ground turkey just to switch it up for the no-beef folks, but it is perfect as is. As always. Your recipes are getting us through the q time with happy – yet healthy- tummies!5 stars

    1. I’m so pleased that you enjoyed this recipe, Jane! Thank you for taking the time to share this kind review!

  13. I made this last week and it was SO GOOD I made it again tonight. I love the mix of flavors with the pickled cukes and carrots. I’m vegetarian so I made it with Beyond  Beef crumbles. I paired with the brown rice and even threw in some lettuce. Thanks for this fantastic recipe. 5 stars

  14. I highly recommend this recipe. I also served over brown rice and added gochaughng for an extra kick. I am excited for the leftovers tomorrow.5 stars

  15. I have 2 college age kids and my husband – we all loved this! Picking the veggies was easy and definitely added a nice tang to the dish. Next time I might add more soy sauce to the beef, but adding it at the end worked great, too. Thanks!5 stars

    1. I’m so pleased that you enjoyed the recipe, Betsy! Thank you for sharing this kind review!

  16. The ingredients call for 3 tbsp soy sauce, divided with the 1st tablespoon added when browning the beef.  When do the other 2 tbsp get added?

    1. Hi Adriana! It goes in with the other sauce ingredients in step 2. I hope you love the recipe if you try it!

    1. Hi Ellen! Since sodium content can vary so much based on the brands of ingredients used, I recommend using an online calculator like MyFitnessPal, which you can customize based on the ingredients you have to get a more accurate number. I hope this helps and that you enjoy the recipe if you try it!

  17. Loved this recipe! Super easy to put together and so flavorful! I wish I had doubled the recipe for lunches during the week. 5 stars

  18. So easy, so delicious, and the entire family loved this!!  I made the pickled veggies and it was easy and a hit with everyone.5 stars

  19. I don’t know if I’ve reviewed this recipe before or not, but I LOVE IT!!!! I make it almost every other week and both my guys (hubby & 4 yo) gobble it up! 5 stars over and over and over!!!5 stars

  20. I’ve been making this about once a week since lockdown this Spring. We mostly use beef, but was good with ground chicken and ground pork, too. Fantastic recipe that’s super quick. We serve over cauliflower rice and its perfection. Thanks for sharing!5 stars

  21. Great recipe (I doubled the beef for 4 no leftovers)…the pickled carrots and cucumber add such a great balance. My daughter added a fried egg to hers.5 stars

  22. Excellent recipe. After searching for Korean beef bowl recipes, this one stood out because it called for rice vinegar, pickled vegetables, and didn’t have a lot of sugar (others were 1/4-1/2 cup for the same amount of beef). It was simple and delicious. Highly recommend the pickled veggies for the added texture/crunch that nicely balances with the spice. I didn’t have sesame oil but did add 2 teaspoons of fish sauce for the umami and because it was around. Served over rice noodles to use those up. Delicious. This one is a keeper.5 stars

  23. This dish was excellent! I made a mistake and bought ground chicken, I was looking for ground turkey. I also used kikkoman sweet soy sauce for rice. It took my dish to the next level. I followed the instructions for everything else. This will become one of my favorite dishes to prepare on Friday nights.5 stars

  24. I made this recipe tonight for my family. They all loved it! I doubled the recipe since we are a family of five and I thought there would be leftovers. Nope. people ate seconds and it was gone. I will definitely be adding this recipe to our normal rotation. Thank you!5 stars

  25. This recipe was packed with flavor and so simple to make for a quick weeknight dinner dish. Also makes for excellent leftovers!5 stars

  26. Fast and delicious! My husband immediately proclaimed it a keeper lol. I love that I can switch up the veggies with whatever is in the fridge. It was great with some thin sliced bell pepper!5 stars

    1. Hi Maribeth! I’ve only tested the recipe as directed, so you’d be experimenting. If you decide to play around with it, I’d love to hear how it goes!

  27. Made this last night, it was delicious and easy! I definitely recommend the quick pickling of the carrots and cucumber. I served over brown rice and it was a tasty & refreshing change of pace from my usual weeknight meals. Another winning recipe from Well Plated!5 stars

  28. Hey Erin! Super tasty dish, I’ve made it several times now and love it for work meal prep also! Just a quick question, you don’t mention drowning the ground beef.. is this on purpose? Or should I be draining the fat after cooking? Thanks!5 stars

    1. I’m so happy that you’ve enjoyed it, Rachelld! Thank you for sharing this kind review! I do not drain the ground beef because it is so lean, but it depends on your beef. If you use a fattier cut or simply want to drain it, you certainly can. I hope this helps!

  29. Amazing recipe, my boyfriend literally says “I just cannot wait to put the next bite into my mouth and I have no self control at all with this meal!”

    We do it with jasmine rice and broccoli and topped it with sesame seeds! ?5 stars

  30. Delicious! And so easy. Reduced the sesame oil slightly as we used 90% lean ground beef. Everyone licked their bowls. Thank you!5 stars

      1. Hi Ivie! I did use sesame oil in this recipe. It’s the last ingredient on the recipe list. Hope this helps!

  31. Just made this tonight for the first time. This is definitely going to be a regular week night meal for me! So delicious and super quick and easy to make. Definitely worth the extra step to pickle the vegetables. These are ingredients I usually have on hand too. My personal tip: I don’t use a lot of fresh ginger so when I buy it I peel it then cut it into small chunks (about the size of your finger). Then I wrap the pieces individually in plastic and store them in a ziploc bag in the freezer. You can pull out a chunk when you need it and grate it while frozen.5 stars

  32. This is one of my go to recipes. It is on my table at least 3 times a month. It is fast to put together and makes for great lunch leftovers. And so, so delicious. I always use pickled cucumbers but also love to add pickled radishes, picked carrots, baby spinach and diced avocado. Winner, Winner, Beef Bowl Dinner.5 stars

  33. Our family loves this so much! We pickle the veggies early in the day to let the flavors meld. We also added shredded cabbage to the pickles veggies. It’s absolutely fantastic!5 stars

  34. This recipe is a staple in our house!!! It’s probably one of my husbands favorites. It’s quick, easy, and delicious. You won’t regret making it5 stars

  35. 7/10 with my family. Took 45 minutes to make… but it was my first time.

    Cleanup: 3 bowls, pan, cucumber spiral cutter.4 stars

    1. Hi Courtney! The numbers are just an estimate based on the ingredients I used. If they’re important to you, I’d recommend using an online calculator like MyFitnessPal to input your exact ingredients for the most accurate numbers. I hope this helps and that you enjoy the recipe!

  36. Delicious and so flavourful! Pickled veggies – a must! This is the first time I’ve left a comment on a recipe, but honestly, EVERY single dish of yours is amazing! We probably cook a dish from your cookbook or website at least 3 times a week! Can’t get enough! :)5 stars

  37. I made this last night and I was so happy I did. I have skipped this recipe so many times because I don’t like cucumbers or carrots but today I said you know what I’m going to try again. I was so happy I did!!! The pickled cucumbers and carrots were really a nice addition to the meat. Even my coworkers said Kay are you eating cucumbers🤣🤣🤣5 stars

    1. Hi Kay! I am so glad you came back to this and tried it and ENJOYED IT! Thank you for this kind review!

  38. The moment I saw this recipe I knew that I had to try it! I used quinoa and it was amazing but I am also going to try it with brown rice next time. I particularly appreciated the “sweet garlicy” taste because my mom used to have a similar taste in her cooking so it was nostalgic for me! Very good combo. Excited to share this one with my clients as well. Thank you for this one Erin! :)5 stars

  39. Wow! I am super impressed with how quick, easy and delicious this was. I will be making this again and again. Thank you!5 stars

  40. Erin,
    I’d give you three thumbs up if I had them!
    OMG! It was fantastic. We followed the recipe with the exception of the scallions and cucumbers, we used walking onions and pickling cucumbers from our garden instead and added broccoli. We also served it over basmati rice. My wife was apprehensive about the pickled veggies until she tried it. Definitely going to make this frequently!

    Thanks!5 stars

  41. Wow! This Korean beef bowl is delicious! My husband had 2 servings. I made an extra batch of the sauce to serve with the dish. I will definitely add this recipe to my repertoire.5 stars

  42. This was really good! I made it with ground buffalo and It tasted healthy and fresh. The pickled carrots and cucumber were great with it. The only thing different was I didn’t have low sodium soy sauce and I added cilantro. Like others said I wish I would have had some Siracha or some spicy garlic oil. Will definitely make again. Thank you!5 stars

  43. Thank you for the recipe. I am cooking for someone that even low sodium soy sauce would be a problem for. Can I replace the soy with coconut aminos, and what amount would you suggest I use?

    1. Hi! I’ve only tested the recipe as written and have never used that product. If you decide to experiment, let me know how it goes!

  44. Are the calories listed in the nutrition only for the beef? Or is it including the veggies and rice?

  45. Sooo good! Added a bit extra of the sesame oil since I love it. Turned out fantastic! And definitely pickle the cucumbers and carrots, it’s delicious.5 stars

  46. Thank you! My family really enjoyed this dish. Very quick and easy! I wanted a little more sauce so i made another 1/2 of the sauce and added it to the beef. I topped with some thinned out Sriracha Mayo and it was a great addition. Pickled veggies were great.4 stars

  47. This recipe is so easy, fresh and delicious! It really exceeded expectation, and pickled carrot and cucumber really fulfil this dish and make it amazing!5 stars

  48. I love this recipe so much. It’s so quick, easy and delicious. It’s become one of my go-tos. Thanks!5 stars

  49. Loved this recipe! It was easy to make and was delicious! I wish the recipe was more specific about the ratio in which to pickle the cucumbers and carrots though.4 stars

  50. Made this for the first time last night and loved it! Pretty straightforward (I handed off to my husband in the middle of prep so we could get to swim practice), relatively inexpensive, and quite delicious!

    We served it over brown jasmine rice and cauliflower rice. My husband and I and two of our five kids (3 & 8 year olds) loved this! We had some early complaints from our pickier eaters (ages 4, 6, & 10), but they were half-hearted compared with objections we usually hear and they ate everything. The single-serving we had left after tripling the recipe heated up well as leftovers for lunch today too!

    Agree that pickling the veggies is worth the easy extra step. The green onions and sesame seeds added a lot too, even though I didn’t have time to roast them.

    Another winner! We’ll definitely make this again. Thanks, Erin!5 stars

  51. Affordable, balanced, quick, delicious…. checks all our boxes for a great meal for any night! It wouldn’t be hard to pack up to take to someone either and very easy to reheat so also a great, nutritious option for new babies, or anyone who needs a meal. Thank you so much!5 stars

  52. Really good! I put in top of rice with the pickled veggies and steamed broccoli and my family loved it. I made a separate batch with crumbled tofu for my vegetarian daughter and she liked it as well. Thank you!5 stars

  53. Truly delicious & easy!!! I can always count on your website for the good stuff! Just the two of us so I froze half the beef mixture for an easy meal down the road where I will just prepare the rice and veggies. We loved this and adding it to the rotation! Thank you!5 stars

  54. This looks delicious! Could you pickle them vegetables overnight or would that make them too strong? Thanks for sharing!

  55. This recipe is fantastic! We have also used ground turkey. Leftovers are great in lettuce wraps, spring rolls, or mixed into fried rice.5 stars

  56. This was super quick & easy to make AND delicious! Pickling the veggies was a great touch. And it looked restaurant quality. My husband had seconds, which is always a win for me.5 stars

  57. I made this with venison and it was amazing! Be sure and pickle the carrots and cucumbers. Love it!!5 stars

  58. Amazing! Just love it over cooked brown rice. I have made it many times now. The pickled toppings are a must! I always use ground turkey. Still delicious.5 stars

  59. Hello,

    Im wondering how much Quinoa to make and how many english cucumbers to serve with this recipe.

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Shelby! The amounts are really up to you but I typically make 1-2 cups quinoa and 1 large English cucumber. Hope this helps!

  60. Make this tonight! This was amazing! I would have to say- this didn’t appear to be a usual recipe my family of 6 would enjoy. I made it and made sure to pickle the veggies. Wow- out of this world! Thanks for another great recipe.5 stars

  61. Delicious! I’m counting calories and needed a healthier Korean beef recipe and this one fits the bill. My fitness pal also lets you easily import the recipe, so it counts all the macros for you. Thank you for putting the serving size as a heaping 3/4 cup. Makes tracking much easier than trying to eyeball it.5 stars

    1. One of my favorite recipes to always go to when I have ground beef and rice! Plus my picky boyfriend loves it, as well! Delicious and filling!4 stars

  62. This recipe is quick, easy and delicious. Perfect for a busy weeknight. Pickling the vegetables as recommended is a must and adds so much flavor to the dish.5 stars

  63. Not only was this recipe super easy to whip up but it was really flavourful and delicious! Will be using it again for my Weekly meal prep!5 stars

  64. This is one of my absolute favorite things to cook for myself. Simple to make and absolutely comforting and delicious. I like to have it with lightly sautéed carrot and zucchini over jasmine rice, with sriracha. So so good!5 stars

  65. Love this recipe for using ground beef. I’ve made it over rice and for lettuce wraps with cellophane noodle topping. Pickled veggies on the side since my husbands not a fan. But even my picky kid eats the meat filling on ramen noodles. That makes this a winner5 stars