Bulgogi lessons at the Institute of Traditional Korean Food


Here is a very nice Bulgogi recipe I learned at the Institute of Traditional Korean Food in Seoul :
300 g Beef Sirloin ( pre-sliced very thinly and then cut again into big strips)
2 T soy sauce
1 T sugar
1/2 T honey
1 T garlic (minced)
1/2 T sesame salt
1/5 T black pepper
100 ml pear juice
1 T sesame oil
1pc onion ( julienne cut)

Serve with lettuce leaves (washed clean)

How to make Bulgogi Korean Barbecue:
Marinate beef with sauce and onion strips for 30 minutes.
Heat cast iron Korean Barbeque grill pan, add a little oil and cook beef.
Serve with lettuce leaves and kimchi. To eat roll beef in lettuce to make a wrap.





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16 Responses to Bulgogi lessons at the Institute of Traditional Korean Food

  1. I’ve heard my mom call herself a foodie so perhaps I will share this with her.

  2. Victor Ho says:

    Traditional Korean barbecue in the restaurant is really great. They use an open grill with powerful exhaust fans. I didn’t know you could use a pan. Good lesson.

  3. yum! My husband tries to make bulgogi all the time and it never comes out quite right. Will try this receipe

  4. salemsalmeen says:

    looks delicious is it good for ppl on diet that wants to lose weight?

  5. salemsalmeen says:

    Reblogged this on The Experience and commented:
    i would love to share this with you guys its just amazing to try i think it is do you think so ?

  6. Jessie says:

    Hi, i’m so glad to find that you recently visited Korea and already know Bulgogi recipe. I hope you enjoyed a lot during your stay. I also appreciate your visit to my blog, Mommyson. ^^

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