Chop Suey Made From Leftover Bulgogi-style Braised Beef with Skillet Baby Bok Choy
Serves: 1
Kids Cook! Get your kids involved in the kitchen by having them help out with this recipe. Here’s what they can do!* Have them help cut the green onion with a kid-friendly knife or kitchen shears, and help assemble the meal.

Dietitian's Tip: Because this recipe is not overly saucy, do not heat it and put it in a thermos. Liquid is required to hold heat (think soupy); otherwise, it won't stay hot enough and that's a food safety hazard! My husband food poisoned my daughter once by sending fried rice in a thermos...and it's always mom they want when they are sick! Am I right?! So save yourself, and your child, the grief. Either this gets heated in a microwave at school or it goes cold which would be completely fine as well.
  • leftover Bulgogi-style Braised Beef
  • left over Skillet Baby Bok Choy
  • splash of sodium-reduced soy sauce (optional)
  • splash of sesame oil
  • splash of hoisin sauce
  • sliced green onion
  • handful of bean sprouts
  1. Remove beef from bones and coarsely chop.
  2. Combine with any leftover chopped bok choy, rice and sauce.
  3. Drizzle with splash of soy sauce, sesame oil and hoisin sauce.
  4. Pack along with some sliced green onion and handful of bean sprouts.
  5. Microwave warm and combine with the green onion and bean sprouts.
Will keep 3-4 days in refrigerator.

Please Note
*All “Kid’s Cook!” ideas herein are meant as a guide only. You know what your child can safely manage. Make sure they know and understand your rules for working in the kitchen safely and always supervise kids in the kitchen.
Recipe by Yummy Lunch Club at