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This recipe comes from Lizzy writes or Six Sisters but either way it is delicious. I don't know Korean food or how authentically it matches the flavor but it is a pleasing plate. We doubled the recipe easily. The family oohed and awed even the pickiest of eaters had seconds. It is surprisingly simple and the few ingredients meld well. The green onions are key for the taste and color; don't skip them. This is a keeper and will go into our month rotation for sure. Thanks for posting it already Chris. It saved me time as it is already a family favorite. Enjoy! ChefDLH

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ChefDLH June 10, 2014

Very tasty, was shocked somthing so simple would have such a great flavor! I reccomend diced green bellpeper however.

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Brett D. October 27, 2013

I know this dish. I found it on a different site last year. Isn't it great? My husband loves this dish. I end up making it several times a month.

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KrazeeGirl June 26, 2013

Wonderful dish! I had to make a few substitutions for what I had on hand, but it turned out amazing. (I used regular onions and browned them with the ground beef, as I didn't have green onion. I also used ground ginger since I didn't have any fresh ginger). My husband loved it as did my 14 month old daughter. A definite repeat in our house.<br/><br/>*Since making this the first time, I've done it again, incorporating fresh ginger into the recipe, as called for. I think that I may stick to the ground ginger, or just add a touch of fresh ginger, so it doesn't overpower the dish.

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AletheaTolbert April 24, 2013
Korean Beef Using Ground Beef