This was delicious! I love the sweet-spicy thing going on. I used 1.30lbs beef but followed this recipe exactly with the intent of having sauce. I added some chili sauce to the marinade, subbed splenda and splenda brown sugar. I marinated beef and green beans together for 3.5 hours and added sliced onions while cooking. I think the pepper makes this. Can't wait to make this again especially when I have more veggies on hand. Served with sesame noodles. Thanks!
Bulgogi is a huge hit in our house! I especially love that is an easy make-ahead meal. I mix up the marinade, meat, and veggies in a large ziploc bag (I do this the morning of or the night before), and store in the fridge until cooking time. Then, it is a snap to get dinner on the table! :) Oh, and I usually double the amount of marinade so that there is enough to fully saturate the meat and veggies. Plus, it is nice to have a little extra "sauce" to go over the rice. YUMMY! :)
Best Bulgogi recipe EVER!!
This was fantastic! I made up the marinade the night before and just threw everything in a pan when I got home from work the next day. DH said this is his new favorite dish! I plan to make a few batches as OAMC to have on hand for a quick meal. Made for PRMR tag game.
Cooked this for my mum & stepdad with a fresh green salad. Simple to make and very tasty. Love that you can add whatever for variations in flavour. Nice one!
I have never had Bulgogi before so I am not sure if I cut my veggies right-It was delicious regardless. I doubled the amount of marinade and I used oyster mushrooms, red peppers, snow peas, and broccoli. At first you taste the sweetness and then the black pepper gives it a nice bite. This was perfect served over steamed rice.
I love this bulgogi recipe!
Just the taste I was looking/craving for. I omitted the onions and the assorted vegetables and instead threaded the strips on skewers and broiled them. Served this with Pork Fried Rice