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May I use your pictures and link your website in my project, please? If you find the sauce too sweet for you, I would reduce the sugar. I think you already answered your question, Jimmy. 2. This dish was an absolute hit!! Since I am a “lazy” person, I just osterize all the ingredients used for marinating. I love bulgogi. I know a huge number of people who eat it regularly as it is a lot leaner and sustainable than beef. Here’s a good one. Thanks for your feedback! If we make a double batch (or more) could we cook it in a crock pot? Normally just served with rice. 1) Do you add the marinade along with the meat and vegetables or without it? I came across your bulgogi beef taco bar post and thought it’d be a good idea to serve my guests this weekend! Sadly I moved away and was never able to thank her, but her philosophy is ingrained in me to this day. It’s quite inexpensive, marinated and ready to cook for a very tasty dinner. And the smoky effect gets diminished. I would suggest you to make some Kimchi (or at least buy some Kimchi) too. Bulgogi can be cooked with vegetables over a stove (in a pan / skillet) or it can be cooked on a bbq grill without any vegetables. Mine uses a can of coke in the meranade. Don’t forget to pair it with some Korean ssamjang (Korean bbq dipping sauce) and some kimchi (spicy or non-spicy) too! Just found Asian pears at of all places Wal-Mart in the Augusta Georgia area. Thank you very much for your recipe Sue! I’m glad to have come across your Bulgogi recipe. I had bought steaks and whilst I managed to slice some thin portions, I flattened the thicker ones I could not slice any further. I am Sue, the creator behind My Korean Kitchen (since 2006). I have Kikkoman seasoned vinegar for sushi rice, acidity 3%. Thanks Rich for sharing your information! P.s Im trying your recipe today! FYI, the mirin I use has an alcohol content of 14%. Join 20,000+ other Korean food lovers! Hi Sue, I’m sure frozen & defrosted pear puree will work, but why not make the marinade by blending all marinade ingredients together? But the bulgogi sauce worked well with Kangaroo meat (refer https://mykoreankitchen.com/kangaroo-meat-bulgogi-bbq/) , so it might work well with venison? I also have rice vinegar, acidity 5%. Some people call this pork bulgogi or Jeyuk bokkeum. Can’t wait to try some of this out myself. Looking forward to cooking it. Thanks Sue for sharing this recipe! How long does the sauce itself keep in the fridge? I didn’t know what carne asada or carne picada was so I looked up. 2) Can you saute your peppers/onions and meat separately and then combine them in the pan once the meat is done cooking? First of all, I didn’t say eating Bulgogi in a wrap is the traditional way of eating it. Thanks Sue! In the mean time, you can check out my other kimchi recipes from here. I even had to google to look up what meat you were talking about. Thanks for the feedback! Great cut of meat! But I won’t call it bulgogi if I add gochujang in it as it will taste very different to the traditional bulgogi recipe. Probably the best take and bake meal I have ever run across in my life. I love korean bbq beef. I love it so much. Welcome to my Korean kitchen! (Note: entire tray of Costco Bulgogi will make about 18 tacos.) A few months ago, I did a quick survey on my Facebook asking my followers what they do to substitutes rice wine. But I hope it turns out well for you. Its pretty good as it is. 3. I read somewhere that the oil can prevent the other sauce getting absorbed effectively into the meat.). Thank you so much! If you thing this would work do you have any recommendations on how long? I was apprehensive but he loved it and told me we have to make this a regular dinner item. This is what I do sometimes. If someone served me that at a restaurant and charged $50 for a meal with that I would be fine with it. My whole family loves the bulgogi! I was a little reluctant to go the ingredients when I read something about “Kangaroo”. Yummy! Costco's Beef Bulogi Korean Barbecue nails this for us. You don’t use gochujang (nor sriracha sauce) as a marinade. Im from alabama as well. again, thanks. Bulgogi is an excellent dish for a meal prep. I shall do the same with your recipe tomorrow when I double it and have some for dinner with rice and kimchi, and the next day in my Gimbap. I use kikkoman because it’s easier to get from where I live and also it’s naturally brewed without any additional chemicals. Mix them well together while gently massaging the meat with your hands. Thank you in advance. Thanks for your recipes. My Question: I bought a bottle of Bulgogi Marinade at Kroger this afternoon. Don’t want to pay the extra based on the name! Glad to hear you enjoyed them. Can you believe that you can add smoky flavor to your bulgogi even when you cook bulgogi in a pan? I’ve tried with other bulgogi marinades, and I like this recipe the best so far! & Bulgogi sandwich sounds delicious too. Hi I am SO glad I found your recipe. Hi Sue, amazing blog! Well kids, dreams do come true. Add the meat (and vegetables) and cook it on medium high to high heat for 3 to 5 mins (until the meat and vegetables cook to your desired … re: Costco beef bulgogi Posted by Alan Garner on 9/19/17 at 9:29 pm to Janky if you wanna get real korean about it: white bread, toasted, little butter cooked bulgogi w/ sauteed onions in with the beef mayo and sambal (same company as sriracha, more of a pepper paste) I thought this was only done in my fam but i've seen it in a ton of other korean fams. Blend the marinade ingredients in a mixer or food processor until smooth. Check out my BBQ e-Book for more information on how to enjoy Korean BBQ at home! Hi Amy, Glad to hear it turned out well even though you had to improvise a bit. Originally, I was going to wait until I found the pears, but now I don’t know if I’d change anything. Thanks for the inspiration! What: Bibigo beef Hi! That’s a good question! I think apple is just as effective as Korean pears as a marinade. Seems any not-overly acidic fruit juice will work, doesn’t have too much effect on the overall flavour. I recognised your email address that just came through. I made twice as much as you said and it worked perfectly. Turn oven to 425F and preheat; Put entire package onto a foil (or non-stick) flat sheet pan; Once preheated, place pan in oven for 10 minutes We had access to good Vietnamese food in Singapore and was in despair when returning here to nz but I have made this and it is perfect very authentic and good. Your recipe and pictures looks like you get the texture right on the Bulgogi vs other recipes I’ve seen. Or do you find throwing everything in the pan produces the same result? I will only send you emails related to My Korean Kitchen. I have seen many big Japanese retailers (Livin, Seiyu, Aeon, etc) quality of fruits and veggies increase and prices lowered since Costco came on the scene. This soup is supposedly good for a mum who just delivered a baby. your recipe was a great start to a new adventure. amzn_assoc_tracking_id = "mkkbelowpost-20"; This looks so delicious and awesome that it’s meal prep friendly! Hi sue. I don’t have it yet, but it’s on my to do list! ), Thanks Scott, I’m glad to hear both of you enjoyed it! Yes, you can freeze, defrost and cook fine this bulgogi dish. Because I still need to cut the precut meat I buy from a Korean grocery store when I cook at home. Hope you enjoy many of my recipes! Last time I used flank steak, this time sirloin – what a difference. Let me know how you go! Hope this helps. It was all delicious! It should. . I had made beef bulgogi before – pretty unsuccessful I must admit. Love your recipe. These are some creative ways to enjoy your favorite bulgogi at home. Many people love this idea! Want a recipe for making bulgogi from scratch? It has a blend of soy sauce, brown sugar, asian pear (or red apple), garlic, ginger, ground black pepper and sesame oil. It’s quite easy! He was raised on soul food – traditional African American cooking. It’s full of flavor, but is it spicy? I have made this recipe a few times now and tried to “improve” on it….I couldn’t. I sometimes use crisp dry white wine too (if I run out of mirin). This bulgogi is cooked over a grill not in a solid pan. With this, you can make mildly sweet, savory, smoky, juicy and tender delicious bulgogi. I've always got a box or bag of something along those lines in my freezer. Meanwhile, I have an Asian pear in the fridge that I would like to use, but I was wondering if I can puree it ahead of time and freeze it? I’m so happy to hear that both of you enjoy them. this is really good thanks for the recipe. I added it to the other marinade to increase the quantity and insure that all the meat had a chance to get flavor enhanced. Can i use this recipe for pork? It is a tad more expensive than other popular steak cuts, but not as expensive as eye fillet (known as beef tenderloin in the US). lol) Not many Australians would eat Kangaroo meat unless they go to a special tourist destination too. Great to hear you enjoyed my recipe! I chalk up my experience as being the same as getting the rotisserie chicken: it all depends on which store you purchase it from because some people know how to season meat and others don't. Browse my other easy Korean recipes from this recipe index. I have an alternative method that I use for any homogeneous meat dish, which works really well for Bulgogi. Kangaroos are farmed and do far less damage to the environment in terms of emissions. I have some Bulgogi meat marinating in the fridge, it’s been a busy week and it has been in there now exactly 1 week, is it still safe to cook and eat it? I appreciated the clear directions and beautiful photography and can’t wait to make this again for my family and friends! Many Koreans (in Korea) use Korean brand soy sauce. Glad to hear that Reese! Frankly, when I made this bulgogi for a large crowd (75+ people) in the past and it was for a very important community function that I didn’t want to mess up with; I actually made the sauce as it is written and use the meat as written as well. Lovely easy recipe. Copyright: Unless otherwise noted, all photography and content on this site is the intellectual property of Sue Pressey of My Korean Kitchen. I’ve never tried and probably never will–they just don’t seem to do much hopping around my side of town (even though I try to get out once in a while). I am going to try this recipe with ground (minced) beef instead. Hi Heeyoung, You may only use a single picture from each post or page from My Korean Kitchen and link back to that particular recipe post. Hi Sue! My husband is actually going to cook it for us and we have a lot of meat. Pan fried bulgogi (with vegetables) will naturally release some juice, which you can use to mix with a bowl of steamed rice. Like this one. It looks just like ur bulgogi other then the color. This was very easy recipe to follow. Thank you! it was delicious. If you are doing stir fry (as oppose to grilling), you can use ground beef. Garnish with chocolate syrup. On another issue I commend you on the way you have been so precise with the quantities of ingredients for your recipe. Ideal thickness is 2mm to 3mm (1/8 inch). Soft-serve Hokkaido dairy ice cream is also on the menu. amzn_assoc_asins = "1607747200,B003U925C4,B00006JSUA,0399580786"; Love Korean food? As I had the scale out i weighed garlic and ginger instead of using tbs… well, as for the ginger, i added 40g which was way more than the one tbs as per recipe and i caught my mistake before adding the garlic, fortunately. . Though if you’re not familiar with the Bulgogi flavour you might not notice it. Gave it another try with this recipe and it might have been the best dish I have ever made. Loved this recipe, my mom always made bulgogi because it was my favorite dinner. They bring out most amazing flavor. Everyone loved it and it was not overwhelming for me even though I know very little about Korean cuisine. Yes, 3 to 4 days are fine. Tasty – really enjoyed this for dinner and then put them in a roll the next day for lunch. I used the flat side of a tenderizer to flatten some of the meat. But have you ever taken the time to really look at the stuff? I do notice fairly big difference when I omit fruit in bulgogi. I then squeezed out the extra water, placed the soy curls in a bowl, and mixed in the marinade. For whatever reason, the homemade marinades produce a ‘cleaner’ finished product…particularly the juices. I’m from Australia, and over here, like you said Scotch fillet and Rib eye are essentially the same cut except that Rib eye is with the rib bone still attached whereas scotch fillet is without the bone. (I’m a bit confused.) Thanks for your help. I’m absolutely certain about the 800g of beef but perhaps my tablespoon was on the small side hehe. Place the thinly sliced meat in a mixing bowl and pour the marinade over it. Again, thanks for posting. I apologize in advance if this is an annoying question. It turns out delicious. And, well done on hosting a successful olympics party! Filet mignon does sound fancier! I am excited to make this! , Great Recipe! I’ve seen from some Korean shows that the mothers would usually marinate bulgogi for their grown up children and leave the meat in the fridge for them. I don’t know restaurants in Seoul very well, so I can’t recommend any particular restaurants to you. Hello! Love the flavors! Set aside. I enjoy making a variety of different ribs at BBQ parties, so this will definitely get added to the rotation (once we start having BBQ parties again). It’s the mainland and global parallel to KaSnack attack!, our series reviewing made-in-Hawaii snacks. A Review of Costco's Beef Bulogi Korean BBQ, Fischer & Wieser Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce, A Costco blog including reviews of products & stores, Epicurious Advanced Search (Bon Appetit & Gourmet Magazines), My Money Blog-one of the best personal finance blogs and he likes Costco, Harbor Humane Society Donation and Wish List Page, Peppers And Tomatoes Stuffed With Quinoa And Chorizo. Would a berry type fruit work or does it have to be Pear/Apple, or is it OK to omit the fruit all together? Love, I’ve made pork Bulgogi with this recipe and my family simply loved it! I'm posting this mostly so I don't lose the Try famous Korean Bulgogi today. , I also want to recommend this Korean brown seaweed soup. I’m making a website about Korea for my school project. Thank you for this fantastic recipe! . These are so wonderful. Thanks for your feedback. 1. If the alcohol isn’t the issue, then I would throw some crisp white wine instead. My mouth is watering from looking at those amazing pics…me love bulgogi! I love that. Anyway enjoy this recipe & roo recipe! Thanks for your feedback! I personally wouldn’t add gochugaru (chili flakes) or gochujang (chili paste) in the marinade as I like to enjoy it as it is (the authentic way). My family and I absolutely loved the taste of this bulgogi. Preheat a skillet / bbq grill on medium high heat until well heated. My whole family loves this. Yes it was very delicious! I substituted a Bosc pear for the Asian pear and it seemed to work well. Hi Lara, So happy to hear you enjoyed my recipe! They marinate fine. Thanks for your feedback. Then, I stored each batch 800g of marinated meat in a separate container. I was going to say maybe it’s the spice… I have no idea why it’s red/orange. the most heavenly stuff on earth! Sorry! Thank you, Sue! Hi Sue curious to know if my carne asada would work as I thought being it is already thin and sliced( the local Aldi supermarket sells it cryovaced like that it might be a great alternative also if there is any other particular beef suggestions to use and in that case also not to use, also I see a vegan commenter so can you also use chicken or pork? I found a different recipe used which uses Gochujang among other popular Asian spices. Then I blended whole bowl of ingredients in the blender. LOL Get the latest recipes from My Korean Kitchen delivered to your email inbox. I didn’t know that apple & pear isn’t Keto friendly. So flavorful and relatively easy to make. It doesn’t get salty. Thank you! Thanks for the recipe Sue, I made this half way through last year and keep thinking about making it again, I just looked it up tonight because I plan to do it again tomorrow and I thought I’d pass on my 5 star rating and comment. Place the thinly sliced meat in a mixing bowl and pour the marinade over it. We eat this Bulgogi at least once a month in our house. I love your website, I think you have a really sensible approach to cooking, lots of suggestion about how someone could change things to make it more to their taste, or to suggest ingredients which might be more readily available…. Usually the meat I buy is already cut thin like a paper. . Thank you. That’s wonderful hear! I couldn’t achieve any nice browning, so I threw the beef under the broiler on high after I cooked it and it came out perfect!!! You pull it out and mix around, then again, until it starts to catch, maybe 4 or 5 times until it’s dried out a little more and you have the desired amount of charred corners and edges. I thought of using gochujang in the marinade since I am using skirt steak and will be grilling it. How long would you be cooking it in advance? I was in the army in Korea for two years and Bulgogi and rice are my favorite. The taste was perfect. You should give it a try! Our family loves this recipe, having made it four times now. Hi Sue – I made this today with a cut of flank steak and it came out wonderfully. I’m glad to hear you and your family & friends enjoyed it! This is when I found your recipe. She opened my eyes to all kinds of new flavors and delights. But it might not need all that marinating time. Homemade is always the best! If so which one? Thanks for sharing your awesome recipe! You may reduce the apple, onions and soy sauce a little bit. I don’t know your Korean ability, but this Korean encyclopaedia summarise different types of Bulgogi in Korea well. This looks like a really good main course. Lol. I’m going to link your website in mine so my teacher can see the recipe of yours! Cooking without any vegetables will also help that too. We ate our with japchae, kimchi and steamed rice. Cooked bulgogi can be stored in the fridge for a few days. It should be fine but the meat could go dry a bit. Wrap each fillet individually with cling wrap. So happy to hear you and your family enjoyed my bulgogi recipe! I add some spinach too and it’s good! So happy to see you back!!! I don’t cook with the residual marinade. August 20, 2014/2,589 views / Leave a comment. Thanks! I’m glad that we’re not using that terminology commonly here. You wrote “Anyway, I love making my bulgogi with scotch fillet (known as rib eye in the US). I added some cabbage which worked fine. Please do not call it blood. I also experience those tempting moments of “Keep it all to myself” quite often! Hope it starts producing some fruit soon. I made it and started to marinate my thinly sliced rib eye meat. I grilled on my Weber BBQ. Will let you know how it turns out , Absolutely gorgeous! My family is Korean, and I’ve never seen it eaten this way. Will try with beef & chicken the next time. . Put the tray into the freezer and let the meat partially freeze for about 2 to 2.5 hours. I then proceeded with the recipe as written. I looked thru a lot of recipes this week for my first attempt at bulgogi and I chose this one. You can use this recipe (https://mykoreankitchen.com/bo-ssam/) to make the sauce at home. I love this recipe, I had never added the pear but it is worth it, added a wonderful sweetness to the meat. That’s fascinating! Also, lots of restaurants who sell chargrilled Bulgogi serve it with lettuce / perilla leaves too. Apparently, there are a lot of Gwangyang Bulgogi restaurants in Seoul, so you can check it out. I served this with rice, your potato pancakes and a salad with your honey, soy and chilli vinigarette. Thank you! I hope you enjoy it Joyce! I haven’t made the recipe yet, but I am going to. Thank you! I was a little skeptical since I love restaurant bolgogi and i never really tasted chili paste in those recipes. Toss in the sesame seeds and stir them quickly. There will be more liquid in the pan in the first case. This is just one of them.) You will have to work out your preferred ratio. . I tried and failed at making ojingeo bokkeum, but that is on my redo list as well. What type of precut meat are we talking here? The volume to gram conversions don’t seem right. Thanks. 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