Tacos are sometimes prepared with shredded beef
Tangpyeongchae (Korean pronunciation: [tʰaŋpʰjʌŋtɕʰɛ]) is a Korean cuisine dish made by mixing julienned nokdumuk, mung bean sprouts, watercress, stir-fried shredded beef, thinly shredded red pepper and lightly broiled gim. It was part of the Korean royal court cuisine. It is seasoned with a sauce made with ganjang, vinegar, sugar, sesame seeds and sesame oil. It is often made with nokdumuk, a type of jelly.
Tinga (dish) is a Mexican dish usually prepared with shredded beef or chicken.
Yukhoe was made with shredded beef marinated in spring onion, minced garlic, pepper, oil, honey, pine nuts, sesame and salt, according to the 19th century cookbook Siuijeonseo It is served with a dipping sauce, chogochujang (Hangul: 초고추장), chili pepper condiment mixed with vinegar and sugar) can be altered to taste, with pepper or honey.