This easy, instant pot Taiwanese beef noodle soup is packed with flavorful layers of spice and umami from the cooked tomato, soy sauce, carrots, and classic aromatics. You’ll also have the most tender pieces of savory beef to enjoy with the fresh, chewy noodles.
Seolleongtang is a rich ox bone soup that is particularly delightful to enjoy on cold day. While this nourishing soup takes some time to prepare, you’ll have plenty to freeze and enjoy later on a whim. The creamy, flavorful soup has a nutty, beef flavor and is finished with toothsome noodles and fresh, sliced green onions.
This unique bulgogi beef banh mi is a Korean take on the popular Vietnamese sandwich. A crispy and airy bread roll is slathered with creamy gochujang mayo and packed with caramelized bulgogi and juicy, charred nectarines. There’s also some fresh crunch from the sliced cucumber and tangy, pickled Korean radish.
Mul-naengmyeon is a chilled Korean noodle dish that is refreshing for the summer. Thin and chewy buckwheat noodles are served in an icy cold and savory, beef-based broth. You also get crunchy and tangy bites of pickled radish and cucumber that make it extra crisp and delicious for those hot summer days.
This bulgogi burger is packed with flavors inspired by the popular Korean BBQ, bulgogi. The tender and juicy bulgogi patty also forms the perfect char as the sweet and savory seasoning starts to caramelize on the grill. With its deep flavors, you only need a few simple toppings and some rich and tangy gochujang mayonnaise.
Guksu jungeol is a Korean noodle hotpot dish prepared with thinly sliced beef, mushrooms, and vegetables in a spicy and umami-rich broth. The perilla leaves add a distinct, herby flavor that beautifully complements the savory soup, beef, and meaty mushrooms. You can also end the meal with an equally delicious rice porridge that is made using the remaining soup.