Enjoying a continued rise in popularity in the foodie world, Korean cuisine is packed full of flavour, perfect to sharing and easy to prepare at home.
Using simple ingredients, packed with flavour and easy to prepare, Korean Food is getting plenty of well-deserved attention at the moment, with restaurants and home chefs adding Korean flavours and cooking methods to their repertoires.
More than just the traditional barbecue, Korean cuisine includes everything from Beef Bulgogi to Bibimbap; and Australian Beef is the perfect hero ingredient to create these dishes at home.
Switch up your mid-week meal by adding these deliciously healthy Korean options and enjoy the unique flavours that each recipe has to offer.
Preparation: 15 minutes
Cooking: 5 minutes
500g beef topside, sliced
1 tbsp. sunflower oil
4 cups shredded Chinese cabbage (wombok)
4 cups hokkein noodles
4x 18g sachets instant miso soup
2 long red chillies, deseeded
4 shallots/spring onions
Toss beef and oil in a small bowl until coated. Heat a wok over high heat until smoking. Add half the beef and stir fry until browned.
Transfer cooked beef onto a clean plate. Cook remaining beef and transfer onto plate.
Blanch hokkien noodles until tender then add noodles to wok and toss to coat in the beef juices. Add cabbage and cook until cabbage just starts to wilt.
Prepare miso as per packet directions. Place noodle and cabbage mixture in the bottom of 4 bowls, top with beef and pour in soup.
Garnish with sliced chilli and shallots.
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