Daeji Bulgogi (Spicy Korean Pork Barbecue)

  • Katherine5 Posted: 01/02/09
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    Excellent. I used a skirt steak and it was fantastic. We used a grill basket without a lid and my husband said it got more crispy if he did not turn the meat.

  • Moneholio Posted: 08/24/09
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    Oh yeah baby! I could see the heat being too much for some, but was perfect for me though we went through some water. Be sparing on the Thai chili paste if you're heat sensitive. This recipe was AWESOME! I also tried this marinade on chops and a pork roast and was mildly disappointed, on the thin strips as per recipe: woooooooooo!!! Nice!!! :D. I served with teriyaki rice and potatoes fwiw.

  • Zaihida Posted: 01/22/11
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    I made this for my husband's birthday, and served it with white rice, cucumber tomato salad, beef and broccoli, and afghan mantu. It was very good. I substituted chili garlic sauce for the sambal oelek/thai chili paste, as I could not find those at the grocery store. I also left out the crushed red pepper, but wish I had added it, as it didn't have quite enough spice. Also, I pan fried it. My favorite part is that I mixed it up in the morning and it only took a few minutes to fry up before dinner. Easy!

  • mamarogo Posted: 02/15/12
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    This has been one of our favorites for YEARS. More often than not, we make wraps - either in tortillas or lettuce - with shredded cabbage, cilantro, red pepper strips and green onion. It freezes well too. Just make the meat as is and freeze, then defrost when you're ready to cook.

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