Anyone know a simple korean beef teriyaki recipe?!


Anyone know a simple korean beef teriyaki recipe?

i am not sure what it is called but they usually serve it on a hot is sweet and have lotsa onion in it

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1 day ago
yes, it is bulgogi!! thanks ;)

Answers: 1 day ago
yes, it is bulgogi!! thanks ;) BULGOGI (REAL BULGOGI)

2 lb London Broil, thinly sliced
1 tbls sesame oil
1/4 cup sugar (or little bit more depending on how sweet or salty you want it)
4 green onions, chopped
1 large onion, chopped
3 cloves fresh garlic, minced
4 cups soy sauce
salt and pepper, to taste

In a bowl mix soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, both onions, garlic, until everything is well mixed together.
Add the thinly sliced meat and mix to make sure well coated with mixture. Pat down so sauce will be covering the meat. Cover and refrigerate for 2 hours or overnight for more flavor.

You can either pan cook the bulgogi or add tin foil to the grill and cook on the grill for a mesquite type flavor added to it.

Very delicious!

Serve with rice, kimchi and other korean sides. u must already kno the usual cut of meat sooo i'll jus tell u wat i do. all i put in my marinade is oyster sauce, shallots (the tiny purple colored onions), sugar, some honey and sesame seeds. i use shallots cuz theyre more sweeter than regular onions. although they take a while to peel and cut, theyre worth the flavor & aroma u get. i try to to make it so thin or too thick cuz then it wont stick to the meat and no flavor. hoisin sauce can also be used. i kind of mix it up sometimes and try to find different tastes jus mess around a bit and u'll find ur favorite one to ur liking! u can even spice i up a bit with chilli peppers or hot sauce.

hope this helps!

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