Korean Beef Sloppy Joes

By adding Asian flavors and ingredients, this recipe for Korean Beef Sloppy Joes offers a distinctive take on the traditional sloppy joe.   

The combination of flavors is a delightful departure from Sloppy Joe's original flavors.  

Why Are These Sloppy Joes Made with Korean Beef? You must try these if you enjoy sloppy joes. The flavors of the traditional sloppy joes are not the same.  

You will adore these if you enjoy Asian-inspired cuisine or Korean beef. These sloppy joes are flavorful and unique from other recipes thanks to the addition of a distinct Asian flavor from this recipe.  

Components of Sloppy Joes with Korean Beef You can easily find all of the ingredients for this recipe at a grocery store. The majority of the ingredients are located in our local store's international aisle.  

Trimmed Ground Beef. Lean ground beef in Canada contains no more than 17% fat. You can substitute other grades of ground beef for lean. Make sure the medium ground beef is thoroughly drained after cooking. Onion. Diced small cooking onion is added to the ground beef to cook it together.  

Onion. The garlic is used minced, though chopped will also do. Oil from sesame seeds. For one ingredient in particular, precise measurement is required.  

This is our preferred method for preparing these sloppy joes. During the summer, we make these with our Blackstone. It is a very simple method of making them.  

Using the flat top, cook the beef and onions, scraping up any fat that drips into the grease catch. To keep the sauce on the beef, combine all the ingredients and slowly pour it over the cooked steak. Turn down the heat.  

Put a melting dome or big metal bowl over the beef and sauce. Cook over high heat, stirring occasionally, until sauce thickens. On the opposite side of the flat top, toast the buns. Place the kimchi and the beef mixture on top of the buns.  

An aluminium pan or metal pan can be used to put the meat and sauce in to cook down on the flat top as well. This will keep the sauce from going into the grease catch. 

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