Korean Barbecue Beef has been a favorite dish of mine for a long time. Even so, I had no idea what Bulgogi was but I knew I didn’t like it. That is until a friend pointed out to me, Bulgogi is marinated beef, thinly sliced, grilled on a barbecue…Korean Beef.
Lesson here: Don’t ever judge a great dish by its name.
When I was looking to see how easy it is to cook at home, I came across Seonkyoung Longest with a non-complicated recipe that looked good.
A hack here and an adjustment there and I am now fascinated with re-doing Asian dishes with a health overhaul (when needed). The nice thing about a lot of Asian dishes, is the don’t often require a lot of touch ups.
Here is the Korean Beef Bulgogi Dish I made on Facebook Live.
2 cups sliced onions (I used sweet onions).
5 cloves finely chopped garlic
1 tbsp Sesame Oil
3 tbsp Liquid Coconut Aminos or light soy
2 tbsp Rice Wine Vinegar
1 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
2 pounds thin sliced beef (I used ribeye)
Cut the beef into 1″ strips
Mix all of the ingredients together in a large bowl.
Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes minimum, up to 24 hours.
(In a pinch, you can use a food saver vacuum sealer bag and cut the marinating time down substantially.)
Heat your skillet to med-high and stir-fry all the ingredients until the meat has been cooked (about 5 – 8 minutes).
Serve with, riced cauliflower, zoodles, spaghetti squash and you have a killer good meal!
When you make this, tag me on Facebook and let me know how it worked out for you. I’m sure you’ll love it!!