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"Didnt let it marinade as long as it should have, was so hungry! In any case, it still smelled and tasted wonderful. We cooked it inside on the stove instead of on a grill. It was just too cold out... but I can only imagine it being better on a grill."- veranorosa
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1. Rinse beef and pat dry. Cut steak at a 45 angle across the grain, cutting almost, but not completely, through. Make another cut 1/4 inch from the first cut, following the same angle and cutting all the way through. Open up butterflied slices and place in a large bowl.
2. Add soy, green onions, sesame oil, sugar, and garlic to bowl; mix to coat. Cover and chill at least 30 minutes or up to 4 hours.
3. Spread slices open on an oiled grill over a bed of hot coals or high heat on a gas grill (you can hold your hand at grill level only 2 to 3 seconds); close lid on gas grill. Cook, turning once, until browned on both sides, 5 to 6 minutes total.
NOTES: Save hard-to-slice end pieces of uncooked steak to use in Korean clear noodles with mixed vegetables
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lisacrooke 1 year agoLOVE this recipe. I've made this it probably 10 times or so.... tonight, I decided to combine this with some broccoli and rice noodles for 'beef and broccoli' Few changes/notes to do this: 1. for the sauce I only use 2 Tbsps sugar 2. To make sauce for the broccoli, I doubled the sauce recipe and used half for marinade and half for the sauce (in hind sight could have used only half additional recipe for sauce -- we had plenty of sauce) 3. Cooked the beef as instructed on the grill 4. Made a pot of rice noodles using instructions on the package 5. Heated wok pan on high heat. added 1 tbsp of peanut oil with one clove of garlic, added one head of broccoli sliced into small strips, plus one small onion sliced. 6. Once veggies are slightly cooked added the sauce until heated, then added the 1 tbsp cornstarch, mixing the entire time. 7. Once sauce thickens, added the rice noodles and the meat that is off the grill. YUM!
Rnstandring 1 year agoMade several times and worked well.
Jschallow 1 year agoI only added a dash of sriracha to the marinade, but I certainly thought that this was easy and very good.
mariabernadettesanchez 1 year agoI marinated it over night and kinda taste ok.
lisacrooke 2 years agoThis is the second time I made this recipe. I used about half the sugar and it was really Great! Love the flavor. So easy!
lisacrooke 2 years agoThis recipe is very good and very easy! I would definitely make it again and I would probably use a tad less sugar.
jessicasahut 2 years agoDoesnt taste like bulgogi but good
Katlovespups 2 years agoVery good and super easy! I served this in lettuce wraps and my family loved it!
KayDeeDe 2 years agoVery tasty and easy! Used 2 T of sugar instead of 3T. My kids liked it. I will make this again!
TallRedHairedGuy 2 years agoThis was very easy to make and tasted so good. My entire family enjoyed it, including my picky eater children.
Linda-61 2 years agoLove this ! Used only 1 teaspoon of sugar and it was just right.
mstooley 3 years agoThis is authentic tasting!
6woks 3 years agoWow. Out of this world. Our kids LOVE it ! What Flavour.
ceanok 3 years agoI cut the sugar down to 2 tablespoons and it was perfect.
charlieps 3 years agoLove this recipe! Fed a group of 14 with twice the amount. Everyone raved!! A very big hit!
Fabnikita 3 years agoI didn't think I'd like flank steak but this was really really good.
veranorosa 3 years agoDidnt let it marinade as long as it should have, was so hungry! In any case, it still smelled and tasted wonderful. We cooked it inside on the stove instead of on a grill. It was just too cold out... but I can only imagine it being better on a grill.
normalct 4 years agoI love this Bul-go-gi (Korean name for this recipe) so much! :) * For the best flavour and tenderness, put Asian pear (peeled off) and Onion (white or yellow), soy sauce as well as garlic and Wasabi paste (to your taste - wasabi adds freshness!) in a blender and process. Mix in the sesame oil into this marinade. 'Asian Pear' makes the meat very tender and it has its own sweetness (and so does the onion), you don't need to add much sugar! * I usually use frying pan over the oven-top instead of grill. Apply some oil on the pan if you like the grilled-like edge of the meat, but the juice from the meat and sauce is enough so with only a small amount of oil or no oil, the meat will not stick to the pan or burn. Just heat the pan in high (if Teflon coated), and sizzle the meat! Bulgogi goes really well with leaves of leaf-sesame, or wild-sesame, and soft lettuce. Koreans serve those fresh leaves in a separate dish and a bowl of steamed rice. Wrap the meat (and rice) with the leaves with clean hands just before bring it to your mouth!
greenie227 4 years agoEasiest flank steak recipe -- and it's fabulously delicious! I used a broiler on high, sliced thinly and broiled for 3 minutes per side. Delicious!
scturner97 5 years agoThis was fantastic. Very fast and easy. The slicing was a bit tricky and I'm still not srue I got it down perfectly but they were great. They only took a few minutes to grill. I just put the ends in, they were good too. I served them over rice.