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Korean Fire Pork- Toeji Kogi Kui

From "A Korean Mother's Cooking Notes". This is THE best Korean Pork recipe that I have ever had. Extremely authentic. My sister's Korean MIL, makes it for all her church functions because everyone raves about it.

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  • It is easiest if you get thinly sliced pork roast in a Korean market. If you get the whole roast, freeze slightly and slice thinly, about 1/8-1/4 inch thin, score meat lightly. Set aside into mixing bowl.
  • Mix rest of ingredients together and pour into bowl with the meat. Using hands knead the meat making sure that the marinade covers each piece completely.
  • Set meat aside into refrigerator to marinate for at least 1/2 hour.
  • You can grill or broil the meat. I would lay some foil down first and poke holes into the foil. Or you can fry it in a hot pan coated with a little oil.
  • Cook meat until lightly browned.
  • Serve with plenty of steamed rice and your choice of Asian vegetables.
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"From "A Korean Mother's Cooking Notes". This is THE best Korean Pork recipe that I have ever had. Extremely authentic. My sister's Korean MIL, makes it for all her church functions because everyone raves about it."
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  1. Dave of Tucson
    Excellent!!! Thanks for posting this.
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  2. Gerry
    One great recipe! I can't believe I haven't reviewed this one as it's one I have made many times in the past year. Your wonderful recipe#191128 had me know I needed to find more recipes using those lovely ingredients. I followed with this lovely Korean Fire Pork and it too was a hit. Love that kochu jang! Love those mom recipes too - they always seem to be winners! Thank you Grace and thank your sister's MIL for sharing a recipe that is so enjoyed at our house.
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  3. Cilantro in Canada
    My family really enjoyed this recipe. I cut the curry paste down to 1/4 tsp, which was just enough to realize there was some heat but not over power the flavour of the meat. This is easy to make and a crowd pleaser. Thanks for the recipe.
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  4. coco4coconutty
    Thank you, thank you, thank you -It was so generous of you to share this as I have been searching and hoping to find an authentic recipe for this for a long, long time! I grilled mine over foil like stated and finished on the grate to char a little. Just finished eating this with jasmine rice and Haw'n style potato/mac salad - AWESOME! May I go over board and say Grace you are my hero!
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  5. LonghornMama
    Fantastic! After trying grace chang's Recipe #191128, I knew this would be good. Really delicious and not overly spicy. I used pork tenderloin and made on the stovetop. Grilling would be even better. Be sure to use kochujang, a Korean red pepper paste that may be located at Asian markets. I can't imagine that there would be an acceptable subsititution. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Please post more!
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