Korean Ground Beef Bowl Recipe | Yummly

Korean Ground Beef Bowl

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  • 1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
  • 4 cloves garlic (finely minced or grated)
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon rice vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon ginger root (grated)
  • 1 teaspoon chili garlic sauce
  • 1/2 pound ground beef
  • 3 green onions (sliced, green and white parts separated)
  • 4 eggs
  • 4 teaspoons butter
  • 1 1/2 cups cooked rice
  • sesame seeds (optional, for garnish)
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium29% DV690mg
    Fat34% DV22g
    Protein37% DV19g
    Carbs3% DV9g
    Fiber4% DV<1g
    Calories310Calories from Fat200
    Total Fat22g34%
    Saturated Fat8g40%
    Trans Fat0.5g
    Calories from Fat200
    Total Carbohydrate9g3%
    Dietary Fiber<1g4%
    Vitamin A10%
    Vitamin C6%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Lindsey Miller 5 days ago
    This was amazing!! I used ground turkey as we don’t eat ground beef, but still amazing!
    Lorraine Smith 24 days ago
    Really good, everyone in my household loved it! I didn't have the chili or the green onions but I'm sure they would've been a great addition. I fried the eggs instead and pickled some carrots to add as a topping. Overall the food turned out great, would definitely make it again.
    Michi Bratti a month ago
    An excellent addition to my menu. Everyone enjoyed it
    Rhodes a month ago
    This is now a staple in my house, the fried egg just pushes it that little bit further! Incredibly tasty and very easy to make
    Ahnna Jackson 2 months ago
    Really yummy and simple to make will definitely make it again!
    Pamela Jefferson 2 months ago
    So good! I never would have thought ground beef would make such a good substitute for bulgogi meat
    Suki Sommervold 2 months ago
    Great! I am Amer/Asian, grew up in Okinawa and was stationed in Japan; I was in the Army. I went to Korea to shop before returning Stateside but never had this! Both family and friends had always talks about Bulgogi so I love this recipe!
    Pam Kostruba 3 months ago
    I think there was too much soy sauce which made it salty, but I did not have any brown sugar and used honey + 1tbpsn of black molasses rum. I added broccoli for extra vegetables. It was good I will make again with brown sugar.
    Jackie C. 3 months ago
    Delicious! The family loved it! I amped up the flavors a little more and agree that it could use some more vegetables. Next time I’ll add to it so it’s more of full meal.
    Ashley Rohr 3 months ago
    add carrots, red bell pepper and bok choy. I feel like it needs some more veggie action
    Daniel 3 months ago
    Quick, simple, yummy. What more could you ask for? Anyone any suggestions for what greens to pair it with, though?
    Nicole 3 months ago
    Great versatile recipe! I give it 4 stars because the given amount of sauce really wasn't enough; I doubled the main recipe for a larger family, but I tripled the amount of sauce to both add while cooking and drizzle on before serving. I used cabbage and carrots for some veg as well, and sriracha and hoisin were great additions too. Add whatever you think will work :)
    Clarissa M. 3 months ago
    It was very good. My husband and I really enjoyed it. We omitted the ginger and sesames seed topping. I do not enjoy cooking, however I found this recipe to be “user friendly”. It was quick, delicious, and utilized several condiments that I already had in house. I will definitely make this again.😄🍽😋
    Josh Nethken 4 months ago
    Added carrots and peanuts and it was great
    Claire Navarro 4 months ago
    Easy and delicious. I like to add finely chopped carrot to the beef for an extra vegetable.
    Toomey 5 months ago
    Delicious! And very easy to make.
    Andrew Gatt 5 months ago
    Great!! Would make it again!
    Nicole Knott 5 months ago
    It needed two eggs per serving and more sauce. Maybe make 1.5 and drizzle after it’s served.
    AmCo Eddenfield 5 months ago
    It was great! I let it simmer for 10 minutes while I cooked the eggs and rice, and it really soaked up and amplified the flavor.
    funni5 5 months ago
    its was good but a little dry
    Ashley 5 months ago
    really delicious and simple to make!! yum!
    Shelby 5 months ago
    Quick and easy and yummy
    R 5 months ago
    A new family favourite! I added a can of lentils to make my meat go further and add nutrients. Everyone loved it!
    Brittany Meyers 6 months ago
    GREAT recipe! I realized I forgot to get chili garlic sauce, so I used hoisin instead, and it worked like a charm (I probably prefer it that way since I have 0 spice tolerance)! My husband has requested it every week when we plan out our dinners. Thanks for sharing!
    Liv 6 months ago
    Soooooo good! And super easy. Making this again and again
    Melanie S. 7 months ago
    Great! I substituted some teriyaki sauce for the soy sauce because I was out. I also subbed vegetable oil for sesame oil and added some sesame seeds and siracha sauce then ate this as a burrito instead of over rice! Avacado might be a nice addition as well....
    Kitten 8 months ago
    Yummy! Will definitely make again!
    Teri Young 8 months ago
    even my littles asked me to make these again!! 😊
    Becky 8 months ago
    This was great! I saw the reviews stating it wasn’t spicy enough so I added more chili sauce (I used Sambal). I also added some sautéed kale on the side to add veg since I had it on hand.
    Taylor Ogborn 8 months ago
    Really good, next time I'm adding a little more spice. Only reason I gave 4 stars is because there's a good amount of pots and pans to use.