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Whole30 Korean Sloppy Joe Bowls

By: Ellie OBrien from Hungry by Nature
Updated January 12, 2020
Whole30 Korean Sloppy Joe Bowls
Whole30 Korean Sloppy Joe Bowls

"Easy stovetop Whole30 Korean sloppy joe bowls are the perfect weeknight meal. Loaded with protein, veggies, and a lot of kick and served in a baked potato, everyone in the family will be asking for seconds! So what do you need to make this Whole30 Korean sloppy joes recipe? Ground beef. You can totally sub out ground chicken, turkey, or bison too! I recently started buying all of my meat from ButcherBox and am loving it. Onion and pepper. Gotta keep this pretty traditional for sloppy joes, but switching to red onion. Aromatics. Garlic and ginger! Korean SPICE. Kimchi is a very common Korean dish made from salted and fermented vegetables. And I also added gochugaru – or Korean red chili flakes. Veggie stock. Normally sloppy joes call for tomato sauce and paste, but that is not a common flavor in Korean cooking. Vegetable stock is used to create the sloppy joe sauce in this dish. Russet potatoes. Because bread is not Whole30 approved, our sloppy joe mix is being served inside a baked russet potato! And we’re topping them with sesame seeds and scallions. close up of whole30 korean sloppy joes How do you make Whole30 sloppy joes? The making is easy! All you need is a single pan. Brown the meat. Brown the ground beef over medium-high heat in a large pot, and season with salt and pepper. Saute until cooked through. Using a slotted spoon, transfer the beef to a bowl and set aside. Cook your vegetables and seasonings. Add the onions and green pepper to the pan with the remaining fat and cook over medium heat until soft. Add the garlic and kimchi and cook 2 minutes. Add the gochugaru – cook another 2 minutes. Add stock and reduce. Add veggie stock, scraping up any brown bits. Bring to a boil and then reduce the heat to medium-high and cook until reduced and thickened by about half – approximately 10 minutes. Let simmer. Return the beef to the pot and add 1 teaspoon salt. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to medium. Simmer, uncovered for 20-30 minutes – until you have reached the desired consistency. Serve. Serve with sesame seeds and scallions over a russet potato."

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