I HATE when I’m trying a new recipe and the blogger takes FOR-EV-ER to get to the recipe so without further ado, here is the recipe and I’ll chat about it farther down in the blog post – please keep in mind I’m just like my mother in that I have NO idea how much of anything I actually use – so just use about enough 😉 This should/could be pretty healthy, low carb, whole food if you’re into that. More than that, it’s just plain delish!
Korean Beef Bowl with Cauliflower Rice
- Toasted sesame oil
- 1 lb. ground beef
- Red pepper flakes
- Garlic powder
- Onion powder
- Coconut aminos (or just soy sauce would work)
- Fish sauce (I didn’t have this so I didn’t use it)
- Green onions
- Cauliflower rice (or just plain rice)
- Yum yum sauce OR just mix mayo and siracha sauce for a drizzle
Fry the hamburger, when it’s mostly done add Ginger, Toasted sesame oil, Red pepper flakes, Garlic powder, Onion powder, Coconut aminos, and Fish sauce. Stir all that together, top with some chopped green onions. I had some cabbage to use up so I threw that in to good down with the meat.
Cook your rice however you please, I usually steam the cauliflower rice, and then heat it on the stove with some butter, garlic salt, and pepper until it’s fluffy and not so moist. I cracked an egg in there too to give it a fried rice feel.
MIX IT ALL UP – don’t forget your avocado and yum yum sauce!
So a few things this recipe taught me:
I’ve never used toasted sesame oil, but it is the flavor/ingredient I’ve been missing in my life. I love it and I use it on everything now.
Coconut aminos is a quick, easy, cheap and healthy alternative to soy sauce if you haven’t made the switch yet!
I’m really bad at relaying recipes in blog posts so I rarely do but this one was worth mentioning!
I think avocado goes good with everything.
The original recipe came from realsimplegood.com if you need better instructions than I gave!
I hope you guys like it and try it out! Are you more of a “throw it all together/that looks about right” or someone who needs EXACT MEASUREMENTS to curate your recipes?