Annyeong Haseyo, gourmets! It’s been a while since there have been Korean popular recipes… It’s time to fix this mess. Today there is a mysterious dish called Bulgogi.
The Bulgogi are…
Bulgogi is a popular dish in South Korea, or simply beef (pork) in Korean. Translated from Korean, it means “fiery meat”. At home, they cook in a frying pan, outside the house — on the grill. This is a kind of barbecue in Korean. The whole magic of the bulgogi lies in the sauce or marinade in which the meat is kept.
Bulgogi sauce (marinade)
In order to make a delicious dish, you need to take a beef or pork tenderloin. The standard of living in South Korea is high, so they do not exchange for meat with veins and bones, they try to take the best piece of meat.
For the marinade, we will need garlic, soy sauce, mirin, powdered ginger. In fact, this is the usual standard set of spices for the Asian part of the planet, whether it is South Korea, China or Japan. This is the basis of almost all sauces. Cut the meat into thin strips and marinate in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours. The meat will be soaked with spices and it will turn out just great.
To collect our full-fledged bulgogi bowl, you need to cook rice, cut radishes and pears into thin pieces, fry mushrooms and fry pickled beef. We combine everything in a deep cup. Pour hot sauce Sriracha or Chili.
Recipe type: Bowl
Recipe type: Korean