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Pork Belly Bulgogi

Pork Belly Bulgogi created by MsPia

One of the markets I visit had pork belly bulgogi in the meat case, and I bought it and then started looking for recipes. This one comes from Kiejo Sarsfield, a chef in the London area. The pork belly cooks up beautifully and it's was fun to eat wrapped in lettuce leaves. I find pork belly difficult to slice, so if you can find it sliced you are well advised to buy it!

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1hr 35mins
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  • Mix together all of the ingredients except the pork, in a medium sized bowl. I use less soy sauce and a bit more of the wine instead.
  • Add the pork and mix thoroughly, coating all sides. I found this easiest to do with my hands,.
  • The original recipe did not specify, but I let it marinate for an hour at room temperature. If you want to let it marinate longer, refrigerate it.
  • Preheat oven to 350 deg F (180 deg C).
  • Line a baking pan with aluminum foil. I also lightly greased the foil.
  • Distribute the pork pieces on the baking pan (I found that half the recipe fit perfectly on my jelly roll pan).
  • Bake for 25-30 minutes until the meat is cooked and has started to brown.
  • Remove from the oven.
  • Finish off by browning for 3 to 5 minutes under the broiler or in a large skillet.
  • Note1: the recipe did not specify the amount of sugar and I added about a tsp of brown sugar to half the quantity of pork, as that is what I had at hand.
  • Note2: I served with leaf lettuce, although I think Boston lettuce leaves work better. I also served with a little sambal oelek on the side, as well as some Korean rice.
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"One of the markets I visit had pork belly bulgogi in the meat case, and I bought it and then started looking for recipes. This one comes from Kiejo Sarsfield, a chef in the London area. The pork belly cooks up beautifully and it's was fun to eat wrapped in lettuce leaves. I find pork belly difficult to slice, so if you can find it sliced you are well advised to buy it!"
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  1. MsPia
    Pork Belly Bulgogi Created by MsPia
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  2. MsPia
    The smell coming out of the oven was fantastic, I broiled for a little to long and it end it up to crispy. I will be very careful next time.
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  3. duonyte
    One of the markets I visit had pork belly bulgogi in the meat case, and I bought it and then started looking for recipes. This one comes from Kiejo Sarsfield, a chef in the London area. The pork belly cooks up beautifully and it's was fun to eat wrapped in lettuce leaves. I find pork belly difficult to slice, so if you can find it sliced you are well advised to buy it!
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