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Korean Style Beef Wraps | Wengie’s Healthy Kitchen

Wraps are so yummy! they are also a great alternative to burgers and if you get wholemeal and multi grain wraps it can be super healthy.

Today I’ll show you how to make a delicious and healthy beef wrap with a Korean style twist.

Video Tutorial



  • Korean style marinated Minced Beef – I’ll show you how to marinate it shortly
  • Your choice of fillings. I have
  • Some sliced onion
  • Mushroom
  • Cherry Tomatoes
  • Avocado
  • Spinach and Rocket
  • A multigrain or wholemeal wrap. I used a mini wrap size so it’s a smaller portions

Step 1 – Marinate your meat

You can easily create the korean style marinated meat by combining a tablespoon of this Kalbi marinade with your minced beef. You can also add chopped onions and garlic in as well for extra flavor.

Step 2 – Prepare your fillings

Prepare your fillings by slicing your onions, chopping up your cherry tomatoes into quarters, and slicing up your mushrooms and preparing your avocado.

Step 3 – Prepare your wrap

Before you start cooking the beef you want to prepare your wrap so it’s ready to go once your meat is done. Lay your wrap down on a plate and use your prepared fillings and fill up your wrap leaving one side empty so you can use it to fold over and hold the wrap.

Step 4 – Cook your meat

Now the important thing to remember is to cook your meat in a long sausage shape so it’s easier to fit in your wrap. I’ve use a spoon and spatula to mould a long shape that is about ¾ the length of your wrap size. I’ve also added the slice onions and are cooking them on the side while the meat is cooking. Once the bottom of the mince is done, flip it over and cook for a few more minutes. It’s ok if it breaks apart slightly.

Step 5 – Assemble

Now put your onions and meat into the wrap. Fold your empty side over to create a pocket and then put the left and right side over one at a time. If you find your wrap is unfolding, you can flip it over so that the side you just folded is on the bottom on the plate.

If you want to serve it nicely you can use a knife and cut it diagonally through the middle.

There we have it, a delicious and healthy korean style beef wrap full off yummy veggies too. The marinated meat is tasty enough so you don’t need to add any extra sauce!

Don’t forget to eat this wrap with a smile.

I hope you enjoyed this easy to make korean style wrap that just soo good to eat!! MMMmm 😉

Tell me, what was in the last wrap you ate?

Also don’t forget to tag me in your cooking creations!!

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Last weeks recipe: Capsicum Bell Pepper Bake

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  • Reply
    Vivian Yuen
    April 10, 2014 at 9:41 pm

    Delicious! Love that you added avocado~



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    The Slee
    April 11, 2014 at 8:35 am

    omg these look so good! I can't wait to try and make these

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    TaRa Zii ♡
    April 11, 2014 at 4:22 pm

    I tried it for today's dinner!! Yummmm!!! Even my mom enjoys it!
    My family enjoys many of your cooking creations:

    Dol Sot BiBimBap
    My mom prepares this for me for almost dinner everyday 😀 I feel full after eating a bowl of this and I try to replace the toppings such as using many types of mushrooms and such.

    Sweet Potato Pizza
    I tried this at a sleepover at my friend's place and THEY.LOVE.IT! The host of the sleepover's family got the sweet smell when the dish came out of the oven and they look like were like mouth-watering!!

    Baked Egg Breakfast
    My dad always have a hard time preparing breakfast for me in 45 minutes with all those preparations for school so when he started following the recipe I don't have a hard time eating breakfast at all!

    Capsicum Bell Pepper Bake
    This one is a little different since we rarely use Bell Peppers in our country and when we use it we only chop those and add in fried rice and so it was a little different trying to bake the capsicum.. my parents were looking at me so weirdly like *what is she doing*. But they loved the dish in the end, planning to cook it with more colors of Bell Peppers.

    And this Beef Wrap!!!
    I can't describe the taste in any more words than I-LOVE-THIS!

    Thank you so much for your recipes, Wengie! I am a 14year old Asian from Myanmar(Burma) which is really far from western/other Asian food but I do make delicious dishes with your help! You created a miracle to my kitchen!

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    Churi Chan
    April 12, 2014 at 10:20 am

    Looks really delicioius 😀

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    Jasmine Potts
    April 12, 2014 at 6:22 pm

    Looks amazing 🙂
    Will definitely try and make this when I go food shopping next!
    Need to try some of your other recipes too!

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