Korean Beef Bowl, otherwise known as beef bulgogi, is usually made with thinly sliced ribeye and served over rice, but I decided to do it over udon noodles and swap out the ribeye with ground beef. To change things up even further, I added green beans into the mix for some texture and a little bit of sweetness.
I took a lot of liberties here, but that’s what making food is sometimes – making it your own. At least that’s what we do in my home, especially when this becomes one of your boy’s favorites.
For as long as my little guy Cole could chew and ask for “broccoli and keef” it has been his favorite meal. Today, broccoli and keef has turned to beef and broccoli, and sometimes it shows up as this—beef bulgogi with green beans.
This is one of those fast and easy meals you can definitely pull off during weeknights. You can have it on the table in just 30 minutes or a little less.