Looking for a dinner, so easy that your husband (who doesn’t cook) won’t ask you any questions when you leave the recipe for him on the counter? Oh yes, this Korean beef recipe is what you are looking for, and did I mention it tastes amazing?
The Taste:
If your taste buds like the combination of sweet and sour, this recipe balances out sugar and soy sauce perfectly. In specific, the brown sugar caramelizes alongside the beef beautifully, while the soy sauce and chili flakes add elements of sour and heat to the recipe. I recommend using 1/4 cup brown sugar because I found 1/2 cup masked the other flavours in this dish.Its about balance . . .
I cannot live without beef, but I am trying to reduce my intake for personal reasons, so I have set a goal to cook beef once a week or once every two weeks. Instead of beef, I am adding more fish into my diet. Fish is one of the best ways to get omega 3 fatty acids. These fats have been shown to prevent heart disease, preserve cognitive health, and promote healthier digestion. When buying fish, it’s important to ask where your fish came from. The saying, “there are plenty of fish in the sea”, is not true when we relate this back to our food supply. If there is a particular fish you like to eat, check online if it is sustainable. If the fish you like to eat isn’t on the list, try a new type of fish that is more sustainable. Click here for a list of fish that are sustainable. 

Recipe Rating: 3/5 Kiwis