You’ve probably noticed that we eat a lot of slow cooked, shredded meat around here. I’ve decided it’s just a way of life in a house full of busy, hungry teenage boys.
I can buy a large, inexpensive cut of meat (because those boys eat a lot!), slow cook it all day long, and have a delicious, satisfying meal ready to serve at dinner time. And with a 10 minute prep time, it doesn’t get much easier than this.
We all love this Slow Cooker Korean Beef–even my picky eaters go back for seconds. It has so many of my favorite flavors, like ginger and sesame oil, with a bit of sweetness and spice. Feel free to adjust the spice level to suit your tastes.
You can even add sliced bell peppers about 30 minutes before serving, if you feel like throwing some veggies into the mix. It’s a pretty versatile meal, which is another reason it makes a regular appearance on my dinner menu.
We like to serve this beef over rice, topped with sesame seeds and green onions, but it also makes some fabulous tacos and nachos! And like I said, it only takes about 10 minutes to get this going in the slow cooker, which makes it the perfect meal for hectic days.
I like to keep a beef roast in my freezer, just for recipes like this. If you can find roast on sale, even better! Then you’re prepared for the hectic nights when you still want to serve your family a hearty, home cooked meal. I hope you love it as much as we do!
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