Completely Keto Korean Beef Zo Mein

In the bustling heart of the city, Mia, a culinary enthusiast with a flair for keto cuisine, found herself yearning for the vibrant flavors of her recent trip to Korea. She reminisced about the bustling night markets and the savory, spicy dishes that had danced on her palate. Yet, upon returning, she was determined to marry her newfound love for Korean flavors with her commitment to a ketogenic lifestyle. Thus, the idea for Completely Keto Korean Beef Zo Mein was born.

Mia’s kitchen turned into a culinary lab as she experimented with ways to infuse traditional Korean beef dishes with keto-friendly ingredients. She replaced the classic noodles with zoodles made from fresh zucchini, using her trusty spiralizer to transform them into perfect, carb-free strands. For the beef, she chose flank steak, slicing it into thin pieces to soak up the rich, aromatic marinade she concocted from wheat-free tamari, minced garlic, and a dash of Swerve Sweetener for that hint of sweetness reminiscent of Korean cuisine.

The day of the big reveal, Mia invited her closest friends for a dinner party, promising them a unique keto culinary experience. The air in her apartment was fragrant with the sizzling sounds and smells of garlic, sesame oil, and marinated beef mingling together. As she tossed the zoodles into the pan with the beef, the vibrant colors of the string beans and chili peppers added a visual feast that promised to be as delightful to the eyes as it was to the taste buds.

When Mia served the Completely Keto Korean Beef Zo Mein, garnished with a drizzle of dark sesame oil and a sprinkle of Pink Himalayan Salt, her friends were transported to the streets of Korea with each bite. The dish was a resounding success, blending the authentic flavors of Korean cuisine with the nutritional guidelines of their keto diets. It wasn’t just a meal; it was a celebration of innovation, friendship, and the joy of sharing a new culinary discovery. Mia’s recipe became a sought-after staple among her friends, a delicious reminder of how food can bridge worlds and inspire creativity, all while keeping health and wellness at the forefront.



Harlan Kilstein’s Completely Keto Korean Beef Zo Mein

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Chinese
Keyword: Beef Zo Mein
Servings: 8



  1. Using your spiralizer, make the 4 zucchini into a big bowl of zoodles and set aside
  2. Heat a large skillet on medium heat
  3. Add olive and sesame oil
  4. Toss in pieces of beef
  5. Stir until cooked through
  6. Add garlic, tamari sauce, swerve and salt and stir well
  7. Pour the 2 Tbs of wine in and stir again
  8. Add cut up string beans and sliced chili peppers and toss to combine well
  9. Add the zoodles to mixture and toss to coat well

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