Wow! This was amazing! I was looking for a good beef marinade and this is wonderful. I added extra garlic and some garlic chili paste to the marinade as well. I also used chives instead of scallions. I marinaded for 2 hours and I dumped the whole bag (marinade and all!) into a wok and cooked for a few min. I put the remaining marinade (it became nice and saucy in the wok) in a cup to dip my veggies in. Thanks for an awesome recipe. It is really delicious!
I would give this 10 stars if I could!! I've been trying a whole slew of new recipes, so I haven't been repeating much, but this. This I have made a few times already! I use beef tenderloin, but it is somewhere between 1 and 1 1/2 lb (I cut up whole tenderloins and freeze). I've doubled the marinade before so that everything gets fully soaked, and marinate about 1 hour. And I actually haven't tried grilling yet, so I can attest to the fact that it is wonderful cooked on the stovetop!
This recipe is great! I roll it up in romaine or butter lettuce leaves. As condiments I put out bean sprouts, fresh thai basil, scallions, cooked rice noodles and an asian dipping sauce. Just make little asian burritos and you have little bites of bbq'ed carmelized heaven.
Oh wow......the simplicity of this recipe, alongside the fact that it tastes just wonderful makes this an absolute surefire winner!!<br/>I actually have this book, but admit that this recipe didn't grab me, and shake me around until I read the reviews here....and boy am I glad that THAT happened!!<br/>I didn't grill mine, as it was tipping with rain ( typical-first time in about three months!), so took my cue from another review, and used a wok.....fabulous...just can't say enough good stuff about it!!<br/>Seeing stars diner...and lots of them.....you should be!!!<br/>Made for PRMR.
Yummy! Made Asian broccoli and some basmati and cooked up the marinade as a sauce... delicious! Made for PAC Fall 2012
We three totally enjoyed this fantastic Bulgogi recipe! I used beef serloin and thin sliced it myself (super easy if your knives are good and sharp). We have Thai chili peppers growing in the garden that we wanted to add for a nice spicy kick, but they were not ready to pick yet so I used crushed red pepper flakes instead. Other than that addition, made as directed. Cooked on the hibachi, served with fresh from the garden tomatoes and cucumbers, and placed on romaine lettuce leaves (taco style) for a wonderful lunch. Even the dogs were drooling. Buddha spent 4 years in Korea so he knows his Bulgogi, and he gave it 5 stars! Great keeper recipe, thanks for sharing!
This was sensational! I made this exactly as posted, using rice wine. The only change I made was to use flap steak, which I had gotten at Costco and had no idea what to do with it. It came out tender, flavorful and juicy. I did marinate the meat for about 8 hours, which I am sure helped the flavors penetrate. I will definitely be making this again. Made for The Countries of Asia Challenge for ZWT 6.
Wow! I came home from work determined to make this recipe, and only marinated for 1 1/2 hours. I used sirloin, cut to 1/8 inch (instead of pounding). I grilled over a high charcoal grill for a minute or two on each side...I think they were a little overdone cut so thin. Also they wanted to slip through the grill. But the flavor of the marinade was way over 5 stars! This recipe definitely belongs in the Zaar Stars category. I will be using this marinade over and over....it is fabulous! The sirloin was fall apart tender, and the taste was just fabulous...my son said it was as good as the teriyaki steak he gets from the Chinese take out place...high praise from him! Thanks so much for the delicious recipe! I made this for Zaar Stars Tag! I am making a copy of the recipe to take to my friends at work. They will love it! So easy to make and so delicious! Thanks diner!
This is really a great marinade for steak. I used 2 - 1 pound london broil steaks and marinated for about 4 hours. I think marinating more would make it even better. I used rice wine in my marinade and it came together very quickly. DH gave this a big thumbs up. Thanks diner!!
I've made this 5 times and my family loved them and I even tried the marinate with chicken and pork as well. This recipe was delicious! I definitely would make it again and again..Thanks for an amazing recipe and I really appreciate it.. xoxoxo kiss..