excellent!i have my own recipe for this but i'm always interested in trying new variations. this is very authentic tasting and you definitely need to grill it because those charred little bits add to the flavor. i used tenderloin and marinated it for 1 hour. keep posting petsrus!
Served with raw garlic slivers, steamed rice and kimchi (or sliced pear for the less adventurous) with lettuce as an "interactive" dinner: DIY lettuce wraps! Delicious!
This was exactly what my husband wanted, some real Korean Bulgogi. He was stationed at Osan AB, ROK for a year (1997 - 1998) and missed this dish. Thanks so much for a keeper. Oh we marinated this over night to make it an easy weeknite dinner. Thanks!
Excellent flavor - I made the recipe exactly as posted, except reduced the sesame oil to one tablespoon, only to suit my husband's taste. Marinated the meat for about 3 hours before grilling. I will make this again, for Company next time! Thanks, Pets!
Pets, this was great !!! I made it with pork tenderloin and now I'm looking forward to trying it soon with beef. This really has an intense flavor which is just perfect for grilling.
This tastes like festival food! It is so delicious it is going to be a regular for my family throughout the summer grilling months. It is very easy to prepare also. Very authentic too, just like my Korean neighbor used to make down in Florida. Brings back old times. Thanks!
This recipe is great. I am always in search of recipes that are grilled and/or barbequed and this is a keeper. I didnt put sherry, instead I doubled the pepper because my family love spicy food. I also marinated it overnight and it was excellent. Thanks for posting.
Very delicious! It was very easy to make and my boyfriend really loved it, he ate them all !
Amazing! And simple! The worst part was slicing the beef and then threading it. I let this marinate for almost 24 hours since I didn't want to touch raw meat first thing in the morning before work.
Very flavourful and tender beef. I marinated for about 8 hrs and the only other change I made was to use a bit of vegetable oil for the sesame oil (I ran out). Because of the cold weather, I broiled these in the oven for 4 minutes. Thanks for the recipe!