Korean BBQ

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dwolfpak, Nov 24, 2015.

  1. So I've been asked to put together some Q for our Tae Kwon Do studio. Trying to google Korean BBQ, is getting a lot of Crock Pot stuff.

    Anyone have any ideas, rubs, or sauces to share with a Korean Style?
     
  2. okie362

    okie362 Smoking Fanatic

    Look for bulgogi I and Kalbi.
     
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2015
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  3. hawnsmoker

    hawnsmoker Newbie

    Here's a simple recipe, just marinade overnight and throw on the grill.

    Kalbi Marinade Recipe

    1 1/2 cups  soy sauce 

    3/4 cup white sugar

    1/4 cup sesame oil

    5 cloves of garlic, minced

    1/2 of a medium yellow onion, chopped

    3 large green scallions, cut into small pieces

    2 tbl toasted sesame seeds

    1/2 tsp of red pepper flakes

    4-6  pounds of Korean short-ribs

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    DIRECTIONS:

    Place ribs in a large ziplock bag or a dish that can hold them all  (I used a large pot with lid).  Combine all the ingredients together and stir for 1 minute.  Pour the marinade into the pot, dish, or ziplock  over the meat making sure all the ribs have been coated.  Cover and refrigerate over night.  The next morning make sure to place the ribs that were on the bottom on top, and vice versa.  Continue to refrigerate until its time to grill.

    Heat grill to medium-high heat and when the grill is nice and hot add meat.  Grill each side for 3-4 minutes.  Garnish with addional slices of scallions and toasted sesame seeds.
     
  4. rogerwilco

    rogerwilco Meat Mopper

    Make sure the ribs are flanken-cut, marinade as above (most all grocery stores will have a marinade for this) and grill them hot and fast. You'll have people lining up for more!!
     
  5. No asian pear in the marinade?
     
  6. okie362

    okie362 Smoking Fanatic

    There are many variations to the recipe.  Pear is used often, substitute honey for sugar, add Soju (Vodka or other spirits)...

    I spent a lot of time in Korea and was married to an excellent Korean cook.  Just like our recipes, everyone has their own little twist they put on things.
     

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