Korean Ground Beef and Rice Recipe

  • Published on Apr 18, 2019
  • Korean ground beef and rice is one of the easiest recipes I’ve ever made. This Korean ground beef bowl dish is perfect for quick lunch or dinner and it’s really super delicious.

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    1¼ pounds (560g) Ground beef
    4 garlic cloves, crushed
    1 tablespoon Ginger, Grated
    1/2 teaspoon red chili flakes
    1/4 teaspoon black pepper
    1/4 cup (50g) Brown sugar
    1/4 cup (60ml) soy sauce
    2 teaspoons sesame oil
    4-6 cups cooked rice
    4-5 green onions, chopped
    1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds
    1 tablespoon vegetable oil
    1. Make the sauce: in a bowl mix brown sugar, soy sauce, sesame oil, black pepper and red chili flakes. set aside.
    2. In a large skillet heat vegetable oil over medium heat. Add ginger and garlic, cook for 1 minute. Increase to high heat, add the ground beef and cook, breaking it into crumbles, until no longer pink, about 5-7 minutes. Drain excess grease.
    3. Pour the sauce over the ground beef, add 1/2 of the chopped green onions and let simmer, stirring occasionally, for 2-3 minutes.
    4. Serve with hot rice and garnish with green onions and toasted sesame seeds.

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Comments • 38

  • Lesedi Modisakeng
    Lesedi Modisakeng 11 days ago

    I love your videos... you are a top-notch chef... can you please make a jambalaya recipe video like one of sausage or pork

  • Julia Draws
    Julia Draws Month ago

    In Brazil we eat this basically every day, but we mostly use onions, garlic, tomatoes, some people like to use green pepper too. We call it "guisado" or "smashed meat"

  • Boomer Boi
    Boomer Boi Month ago

    This is my favorite recipe

  • AnAristotelian
    AnAristotelian 3 months ago

    All that brown sugar just for...ground beef? That is completely unnecessary - why put sugar in a rice dish?

  • Eric Pacitti
    Eric Pacitti 4 months ago

    Bad rice. Amateur

  • Victor Bustamante
    Victor Bustamante 4 months ago

    Simple but Delicious, more more more...

  • Xerxes Ampati
    Xerxes Ampati 5 months ago +4

    This recipe is soo goooodddd!!!!

  • Andrew D
    Andrew D 5 months ago

    What a perfect video! 2.5 mins and all the info needed. So much better than some people who drag it out cause they love the sound of their own voice and think of themselves as comedians. Making this tonight!

  • Cake is Real
    Cake is Real 6 months ago +3

    I'm going to give this a try tonight for dinner.

  • Ronnie
    Ronnie 6 months ago +1

    I just did this with ground Turkey because that was what all I had, and I hate ground Turkey-but damn did this recipe make it taste 10x better! Thanks

    VOID BLX 7 months ago +13

    This makes me remember my mother. R.I.P. Mama

  • T's Creations
    T's Creations 7 months ago

    Hi, do you have an alternative for the garlic? I'm alergic to it. 🙂

  • Mystical Flutist
    Mystical Flutist 7 months ago

    I think I'll make this tonight. Looks eminently edible.

  • Ethan Wong
    Ethan Wong 8 months ago +2

    wow, your channel is nice
    that looks great.
    I am saving this!

  • Nzunghe
    Nzunghe 9 months ago +8

    This is my fav Korean dish... but I never drain the liquid. Like it soupy 🤗

  • gwen theRawVegan
    gwen theRawVegan 9 months ago +1

    I made the vegan version so yummy

    • Smiley Face
      Smiley Face 7 months ago

      What did u use in place of the beef?

  • 백종빈
    백종빈 9 months ago +1

    쇠고기 장에 밥비벼 먹는 느낌이네용 ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

  • Suzanne Du4
    Suzanne Du4 9 months ago +1

    This is a simple version of beef bulgogi IMO. My Korean friend makes it with thin strips of beef cut on the bias and marinated overnight in similar soy mixture as shown (with less sugar and added thinly sliced onions and apple or pear). Marinated beef and sauce is fried (trim beef strips with scissors once cooked) and served over rice.

  • I R O N G R A Y
    I R O N G R A Y 9 months ago +1

    Look dellishes...!

  • Giuseppe Mariniello
    Giuseppe Mariniello 9 months ago +18

    So simple, not expensive, good carbs and protein. I like it!

  • Matt S
    Matt S 9 months ago +2

    Love Korean food! Will definitely try this out, looks super easy. I'd add some peas, sliced onions, and maybe 1 diced tomato to it.

  • austin1839
    austin1839 9 months ago

    Some good Kimchi would go great on top.

    ADSEC 9 months ago

    I'm hungry

  • Siranoush Malkhasian
    Siranoush Malkhasian 9 months ago



    Nice recipe my friend ..... I love this one ..... and Beef recipes too ..... Great work ...... and hello from FRANCE ! ! ! ! ! 🍓💛🌟🍭🍚🍎🍄💖😍🍊🍓💛

  • Em Yung
    Em Yung 9 months ago +2

    Yes please. Thank you so much, do you deliver?

  • 레시피를부탁해TV

    My favorite food.
    It looks delicious.
    I have to try it.
    In Korea.

  • Bits and beats of every day

    i surely make one.tnx

  • James Goacher
    James Goacher 9 months ago +2

    Is it absolutly necessary for so much sugar? Quite apart from being diabetic I do not have a sweet tooth, never have done. Apart from that I like the simplicity of the dish.

  • Afsana Alim
    Afsana Alim 9 months ago

    I 💖 beef 🥩

  • Dustin Deweerd
    Dustin Deweerd 9 months ago +5

    So simple yet so delicious. Will you ever show your face?

  • Lako je kuvati
    Lako je kuvati 9 months ago


  • 하늘다람쥐
    하늘다람쥐 9 months ago +1

    I can't say this is not Korean food because the ingredients look very Korean. However, this is not something Koreans cook very often. I don't understand why this food is popular among non Korean people and known as Korean signature dish.