Recipe Review

This Korean BBQ Burrito Is Calling Your Name

published Jul 12, 2016
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If you’re tired of eating the same ol’ sandwich for lunch every day, switch things up this week with a flavorful burrito instead. From rice and Korean BBQ beef, to fresh herbs and kimchi, this burrito will keep you happy and full until dinnertime.

Perhaps the best part of this recipe is the fact that you don’t even have to turn on your oven or stove. Just throw some top sirloin; puréed pear, garlic, and ginger; soy sauce; sugar; and sesame oil in the slow cooker and cook on high for three to five hours.

Once your meat is cooked, roll it up in a large flour tortilla with white rice, fresh herbs (like cilantro, basil, or mint), kimchi, and a drizzle of Sriracha mayo.

This recipe yields five burritos, so you can make a batch on Sunday and either bring one to lunch each day for the week or freeze some for later.

Get the Recipe: Korean BBQ Bangkok Burrito from Pinch of Yum