Asian ground beef recipe
In our house, ground meat is a total lifesaver. While some of these recipes call for a particular type of ground meat——ground beef, pork, or chicken, feel free to use whatever ground meat you like. You could also sub in ground turkey or ground lamb. I pretty much survived all of my penny-pinching college years with three proteins I always had on hand: eggs, bone-in chicken breast, and a package of ground turkey. I could use ground turkey for anything: Chinese dishes for when I was homesick, meat sauce for pasta, chili, meatballs, etc.
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Easy Mongolian Ground Beef Recipe
Korean Beef Rice Bowls Recipe - Crunchy Creamy Sweet
Recipe by: bd. I made it to the recipe, but rather than over rice I made it as an appetizer and served it on lettuce leaves as a wrap. Our guests loved it. I would make it again and serve it the same way. Pleasantly surprised I managed to get a nice Asian blend, given my cautious adjustments on the amount of ginger and soy sauce for increa It was so good, and I garnished it with the red garlic chili sauce that I get at the Asian supermarket.
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Asian Beef Bowls (Super Quick!)
Korean Ground beef is the quick weeknight version of your favorite Korean restaurant. A plate of sweet and spicy beef made easier with the use of ground beef instead of short ribs. This recipe was originally posted with a wilted slaw. Here is one of my favorite hacks.
Why make them with ground meat? Well for one it takes a third of the time. No deep frying is needed and it makes a great easy meal served over rice with some vegetables. Tools used in the making of this Ground Mongolian Beef: Sesame Oil : The flavor of sesame oil in this dish is unmistakeable and not really able to be substituted. Show me what you made on Instagram or Facebook and tag me at DinnerthenDessert or hashtag it at dinnerthendessert.