Korean Inspired Beef Bowl

A ready to serve Korean-inspired beef bowl containing broccoli, beef, carrots, cabbage, and topped with a poached egg.

There are a lot of parts to this recipe, but when brought together it creates a single amazing dish known as a Korean-inspired beef bowl. It is a flavorful and healthy option for the outdoors. Layers of braised beef, vegetables, rice, and eggs are topped with spicy condiments. 

Each ingredient can be bought pre-made or you can use other recipes on this website to make everything from scratch. Making the separate components from scratch allows you to tweak the recipe slightly to your preferred tastes. You can also do a combination of both, to make it partially homemade.

If you don’t like a particular component to this it is easy to swap it out for similar but different ingredients. Try braised pork for beef, or pickled cabbage instead of suey choy.

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The elements for the Korean-inspired Beef Bowl laid out on a bench in bowls.
Prepare all the various elements seperately then combine just before serving.
Viewing the beef bowl with a focus on the braised beef element.
Keep the elements seperate in the bowl when serving and let the eater combine.
A ready to serve Korean-inspired beef bowl containing broccoli, beef, carrots, cabbage, and topped with a poached egg.
The poached egg on top allows the runny yolk to run down and act like a sauce over the other elements.

Korean-Inspired Beef Bowl Recipe

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A ready to serve Korean-inspired beef bowl containing broccoli, beef, carrots, cabbage, and topped with a poached egg.
Ingredients including braised beef, pickled carrots, and sesame broccoli when brought together create an amazing Korean-Inspired Beef Bowl.
Preparation 10 minutes
Cook 10 minutes
Ready in 20 minutes
Servings 4 Servings
CourseDinner
InfluenceAsian
DifficultyExperienced
MethodSimmer

Ingredients

Directions

  • Prepare or gather the Asian braised beef, sesame broccoli, pickled carrots, steamed suey choy, and steamed rice.
  • Place a quarter of each in a serving bowl.
  • Cook the eggs over easy or to your preferred doneness, then place on top of the items in the bowl.
  • Serve immediately while hot along with the kimchi and spicy Korean sauce (Gochujang) for people to add to their personal tastes.

Nutritional Information

Sodium: 326mgCalcium: 193mgVitamin C: 96mgVitamin A: 10117IUSugar: 5gFiber: 3gPotassium: 670mgCholesterol: 244mgCalories: 605kcalTrans Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 12gPolyunsaturated Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 10gFat: 27gProtein: 32gCarbohydrates: 55gIron: 4mg

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