If you’re in the mood for haystacks but you’re not in the mood for Mexican flavors, this is the recipe for you!
Mexican haystacks are great, but why not mix it up and try haystacks with a Korean flair for a change? I love this recipe. It’s so colorful, and its topped with veggies that we don’t eat as often as we should while raw. Plus, sunflower seeds add a delicious flavor, while being super healthful for you at the same time.
Of course, you can top these Korean BBQ Haystacks any way you like! There’s always room for variations. I’d love to hear what you think would be a good topping for these! Click on over to get the recipe here.
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