These Ground Beef Teriyaki Bowls are one of the easiest, most delicious dinners you might ever make. Done under 30 minutes from start to finish. Your family is going to love them!
These Ground Beef Teriyaki Bowls are ridiculously good. They are packed with delicious and are perfect for a simple weeknight meal.
These bowls definitely fall into the category of meals I could eat weekly because of their simplicity and deliciousness. Plus they’re super versatile . . . you can make them as simple as you want or add even more veggies and garnishes to take them up a notch.
Meals that come together this fast are game changers if you ask me. After cooking the ground beef throw in the rest of the ingredients for a quicker simmer:
- green onions
- bell peppers
- matchstick carrots
- homemade teriyaki sauce
- salt & pepper to taste
No need to fuss or babysit. Just a few stirs while it simmers and before you know it you’ve got dinner ready.
Serve the mixture over white or brown rice or even quinoa . . . you choose whatever you like — you do you!
A few tips for making Ground Beef Teriyaki Bowls:
- Use a microplane to grate your fresh ginger. I always keep a chunk of it in my freezer, which makes it even easier to grate. In a pinch you can use ground ginger, but it will be much milder and less astringent than fresh ginger. Use only about 1/8 teaspoon or less.
- You can buy matchstick cut or shredded carrots in almost any grocery store. It definitely saves time to buy them precut/shredded.
- Mirin is a sweet Japanese rice wine. It’s sold in most grocery stores by on the aisle with Asian foods and/or with the vinegars and cooking wines.
- If you want to add a little kick, drizzle the top with Sriracha or for a little added sweetness drizzle with hoisin sauce.
Incredibly easy and super straightforward to make! You’re going to love meals like this that save you when it comes crunch time for dinner.Print
Recipe Source: Adapted slightly from Salt & Lavender