Bulgogi Beef – How They “Barbecue” inward Korea (the Good Korea)

This is going to endure a pretty slow postal service to write, since I know almost nil near the fine fine art of bulgogi. I create know that if y'all follow along amongst what I did inward the video, you’re going to halt upward amongst something really delicious, as well as fairly gorgeous, then that’s a proficient house to start.

I also know that y'all tin command the texture past times making your slices thicker or thinner, every bit good every bit changing the marination time. Obviously, the thinner the slice, as well as the longer it’s inward the marinade, the softer as well as to a greater extent than tender the meat becomes. However, y'all tin operate besides far, ending upward amongst something mushy, as well as unappetizing.

Unfortunately, this is a thing of lawsuit as well as error, as well as then to avoid all that, I to a greater extent than frequently than non operate amongst but an hr or two, which ever seems similar enough to me. I don’t desire mushy meat, inward the best examples I’ve had of this inward Korean restaurants, acre tender, even then had a piddling flake of chewiness to them. Besides, the fact that this is such a fast-acting marinade, is i of the large advantages.

If y'all don’t create the boneless brusque ribs, as well as operate amongst pork loin, or chicken, you’ll desire to endure particularly careful, since it has less connector tissue. By the way, if y'all are an experienced bulgogi master, delight experience gratis to top whatever tips along. I actually promise to hand this a endeavor soon. Enjoy!


Ingredients for 2 large portions:
1 1/4 pound boneless beef brusque rib, or whatever other meat, sliced near 1/8-inch thick
4 finely crushed garlic cloves
1 generous tablespoon freshly grated ginger
1/3 loving cup freshly grated Asian pear
1/4 loving cup grated yellowish onion
1/4 loving cup soy sauce
1 tablespoon toasted sesame oil
1 or 2 tablespoon lite brownish sugar, depending on how sugariness y'all similar it
1 tablespoon Korean chili flakes (Gochugaru)
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
sliced light-green onions to finish
steamed rice

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