Korean Rice Bowls

I like to surprise The Blog Tech with some of his favorites for lunch and I am sure he was happy to get this rather than a sandwich.  We love all things Korean at our house and Korean food is at the top of our list.
 The day before you prepare this, you want to very thinly slice 1 pound of beef and marinate it in 3 T. sesame oil, 3 T. soy sauce, 1 tsp. fish sauce, 3 T. brown sugar, 3 T. grated fresh ginger and 4 minced garlic cloves. I put it in a ziplock bag and toss it every now and then.

 The next day saute it in a heavy pan over high heat in a few tablespoons of canola oil with 1 sliced onion until browned.

 Add some bok choy.

 Add several thinly sliced carrots and stir fry for 1 minute.
The vegetables should still be crisp.
 Serve it over rice with a dollop of gochujang sauce and a sprinkling of green onions and sesame seeds.  This is good stuff and healthy too.


Anonymous said…

enough said, lol,,,
Mary Ann said…
I am going to have to take your word for it :-)
greekwitch said…
I have never had Korean.. But it sure looks amazing!!
Anonymous said…
This looks delicious!

I do like Asian food but I have never tried Korean, I don't think we have single Korean restaurant in this country to be honest and I've learned that the Chinese food we eat in restaurants here actually is Vietnamese :-)

Have a great day!

You're priming him to give you grandchildren, aren't you. Don't deny it!
Guillaume said…
It looks as delicious as it looks healthy.
Ian's Girl said…
One of the very few things i miss about living in Los Angeles is Korean food. Thanks for this recipe, I will be trying it this weekend!

Do you ever make jap chae?
chickpea678 said…
Are you still consuming large quantities of gochujang? I'd love to be packed this for lunch--lucky blog tech!
This does look delicious, Joyce! How are the blog tech and his beloved doing in their new home. Heavens, I hope the girl cooks. LOL Were I her I would just come visit my mother in law at least once a week for dinner...maybe twice? Three times?? :)