We absolutely cannot leave out Kimchi AND Bulgogi when we mention Korean food.
That's why our name is kimchibulgogi.com. Ha.
So shall we look into this further?
Following serves about 4 people:
1.3lb(1pack) thinly sliced eyeround bonless OR ribeye beef (If you can't find thinly sliced beef, just get a big chunk and slice them yourself. It doesn't have to be paper thin.)
1/4 cup soysauce
1/3 cup wine or pineapple juice (OR you can put both)
2tbsp sesame oil
(Optional) 1/2 Asian pear (ground or sliced)
Slice onion, scallions, and carrot.
Mix other ingredients in a bowl to make a marinade.
Mix the marinade and the beef first, then mix with vegetables.
Let it sit about 3hrs and you are ready to BBQ!
(***NOTE:If you don't have time, you can eat it right away. However, just keep in mind that the longer it is marinated, usually the better the taste.***)
Before the barbeque, there are some extra toppings you can add:
You can include sliced oyster mushrooms...
OR you can put some rice cakes...
OR Enokitake mushrooms..
OR sweet potatoes...OR bell peppers...
OR altogether!!! We used our portable gas range and a grill pan to BBQ our bulgogi. Serve them with rice, banchan like kimchi, and maybe some lettuce. If you are not sure what this is about, please refer to my Jongkak restaurant review.
***If you are just making it for yourself, you may wanna just cook it on the pan and serve over rice with pickled ginger. I love this way. Convenient and tasty too!
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