Korean Beef Bowls



I love Korean Beef Bowls and they are so easy to make! They are perfect for a quick weeknight skillet meal and will quickly become a family favorite. They also freeze well so it is a perfect choice for those of us that meal prep!


Whisk the seasonings with the soy sauce until combined.


Brown ground meat of your choice and drain the meat. Then add the sauce and cook for a few more minutes.


While the meat is cooking, heat up your riced cauliflower in another skillet and cook for a few more minutes until heated thoroughly.


Serve the Korean Beef or Turkey over cauliflower rice! Garnish with green onions and enjoy!


Korean Beef Bowls

Ingredients:
2 pounds 95 to 97% ground turkey or beef (4 Leans)
4 tsp sesame oil (4 Healthy Fats)
1 tsp ground ginger (2 Condiments)
1 tsp garlic powder (2 Condiments)
1 tsp onion powder (2 Condiments)
1/4 cup lite soy sauce (4 Condiments)
1 packet stevia (1 Condiment)
1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes (1 Condiment)
6 cups cooked cauliflower rice (12 Greens)

Directions:
Combine sesame oil, ground ginger, garlic powder, onion powder, soy sauce, stevia and crushed red pepper flakes in a small bowl. Use a whisk to mix thoroughly.

Brown ground turkey or beef over medium high heat. Drain meat and return to pan.
Add sauce mixture to cooked meat. Cook for a few more minutes stirring until the sauce is well blended with the meat.

Serve 6 ounces of cooked meat with 1 1/2 cups cauliflower rice per serving. 
I used Trader Joes frozen cauliflower rice, but you can use fresh grated cauliflower if you desire. I add the frozen cauliflower to a medium skillet and cook for a few minutes until heated thoroughly.


4 Servings with 1 Leaner Lean (6 ounces cooked), 3 Greens, 3 Condiments, and 1 Healthy Fat per Serving




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2 comments

  1. What kind of soy sauce do you recommend? Is it low sodium, or just lite? I don't make a ton of asian food...so I'm not well versed in the soy sauce choices. :P

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  2. I like to use Kikkoman lite soy sauce. It is 50% less sodium than the regular brand.

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