Korean Rice Balls with Seasoned Beef (Jumuk Bap)
Jumuk, roughly, translates to fist, and bap to rice. Put them together and you have the popular Korean snack food, jumuk bap, or rice balls—small amounts of savory ingredients rolled up into a compact rice ball that's great for whether you need food-to-go or a neat-looking package to serve as an appetizer or side. Our version uses bits of toasted seaweed for extra crunch, sold in small packages in the international aisle of most supermarkets. If you like, you can make slightly larger rice balls using a ½-cup measuring cup; the yield in that case is nine or 10. Serve with our sweet-and-spicy sauce.
ounces 90 percent lean ground beef
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