Also known as Korean Barbecued Beef. This recipe, from Betty Crocker's International Cookbook, is the closest one I've found to the real thing.
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oreo_cupcake , 2 years agoMy husband really liked it. I used Sukiyaki cut beef and added leeks to the marinade. It was easy and really quick to do.
Food-Freak , 2 years agoTakes a little time to prep correctly (I have to keep refreezing meat to ensure I can slice the meat thin enough to satisfy the kids), but after that it's really easy to make. Goes great with any side dishes. I like adding fresh ginger to the marinade to boost the flavor.
teslchick , 2 years agoLove it!! My husband prefers a bit of spice to food-- I don't-- so we compromised-- 1tbs regular sesame oil, 1 tbs spicy sesame oil. Yum!
Amy7870 , 2 years agoThis was delicious and very easy to prepare. I'm doing a low carb diet, so I used Splenda instead of sugar. I also made some extra sauce and threw some broccoli and mushrooms into the pan after the meat cooked - fantastic. The sauce is so good, I'm going to try it with other meat and maybe tofu. Thanks for the recipe!
BimboBaggins , 2 years agoThis was so amazing!!! My husband and kiddos all loved it! We served it with some chow mein.
korongata1 , 3 years agoI added kiwi fruit as a tenderiser. Really good!!!
travelingbigd , 4 years agoFrom the book: "Bulgogi is Korea's national dish and may have been the inspiration for Japan's teriyaki, which it resembles. In Korea the dish is usually sprinkled with sesame seeds before serving."
horikor , 4 years agoVery Good!!!!! We substituted Low Sodium Soy Sauce and served with the Romain and Brown Rice. We also plan on using this as a non-spicy alternate to a Szechuan Beef and Broccoli recipe we make
stoniest13 , 5 years agoOur whole family loved this recipe, even the four-year old (she just ate the meat with some rice). The rest of us ate it as the recipe suggested with the romaine leaves, rice, kimchee, and raw garlic slices. Note: Because our family has been doing South Beach, we replaced the sugar in the recipe with Splenda, and we used brown rice. This made a really delicious South Beach meal. Thanks again for posting it!
Talofa , 5 years agoVery nice, will make this dish again.
sbrammell , 5 years agoMy family hosted a Korean exchange student a few years ago. She made bulgogi for us. We have searched for that same flavor until we found this recipe. My family loves it and I am making it again and again. I make the marinade, slice the meat, then put them in the refrigerator overnight. We have it with romaine lettuce and sticky rice. Delicious!!!!
edlinspok , 6 years agoSure glad you posted this recipe. I love the dish, just didn't know how to make it.
prairiegirl , 7 years agoFrom the book: "Bulgogi is Korea's national dish and may have been the inspiration for Japan's teriyaki, which it resembles. In Korea the dish is usually sprinkled with sesame seeds before serving." [I posted this recipe.]