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Bulgogi - Korean Grilled Beef

By: Cuisine Fiend from cuisinefiend.com
Bulgogi - Korean Grilled Beef
Bulgogi - Korean Grilled Beef

"Bulgogi (literally ‘fire meat’) is the classic Korean marinated grilled beef wrapped in a lettuce leaf with shredded raw veg for garnish and the fiery Korean ssamjang (barbecue sauce); the parcel eaten in one bite. Contrary to the name it is not too spicy - the marinade has sweet Asian pear, onion and the usual soy/mirin/sesame oil suspects in it. The ‘fire’ probably refers to the traditional way of cooking bulgogi on a barbecue. For me, it was a revelation: the ultimate but healthy and no-carb, no-salt fast food! Go away, pizzas! Burgers, begone! KFC sinks into oblivion – unless, that is, you mean Korean Fried Cauliflower. Kebabs, leave the scene – there’s a new kid in town!"

Serves2 People

Preparation Time20 min

Chilling Time1 hr

Cooking Time10 min

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There is such a variety of healthy fruits and veggies in this Korean recipe, that it doesn't even matter to me that the dressing calls for full fat mayonnaise. If it called for the fat free or that miracle whip stuff, I would have used regular mayo anyways, since I detest the alternative. Although if you really don't want to use real mayo, sesame tahini or even a plain greek yogurt would work nicely here. I plan to make these with the lettuce (rather than the pitas) at my next evening in with friends.

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