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Korean Beef: Bulgogi (Pul-gogi)

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Transcript of Korean Beef: Bulgogi (Pul-gogi)

South Korea
Bulgogi (Pul-gogi)

Bulgogi Fun Facts
Bulgogi used to be eaten only on special occasions such as; birthdays, weddings and served to guests.
Now it has become an everyday staple, it can be found at practically every Korean food place.
Bulgogi Recipe
11. oz Sliced Beef Tenderloin
⅓ cup Soy Sauce (regular)
⅓ cup Sugar
1 cup Water
½ Onion (Medium)
1 Green Onion
1 tsp Garlic (minced)
1 tsp Sesame Oil
pinch Black Pepper
1 tsp Sesame Seeds (optional)
1 oz Shiitake mushroom(optional)
History of Bulgogi
Bulgogi is a widely known dish. Next to Kimchi, it is South Korea's national dish.
It is believed to have originated from the Goguryeo Era which took place from 37 BC–668 AD.
During the Joseon Dynasty it was prepared for the wealthy and nobility class
More about Bulgogi
Bulgogi is literally translated to "Fire meat" in Korean. Not because of the taste but from how it is made. It is generally cooked on a open flame, but can be stir-fried or broiled.
Nutritional Value
Beef Bulgogi is actually very healthy for you
The cut of meat traditionally used is very low in fat
When Hugh Jackman was working out for Wolverine: Origins, bulgogi was his choice for a non-greasy protein source
Where does the beef come from?
Koreans actually prefer their own locally raised beef compared to the imported ones
Han-u is South Korea's favorite meat, and is regarded as fresher and of better quality
South Koreans believe Han-u beef a cultural icon and one of the top-quality beefs of the world.
How to Serve Bulgogi
Bulgogi can be eaten alone or with various side dishes known as banchan.
It is traditionally eaten wrapped in a lettuce leaf with a special spicy sauce called ssamjang
References
http://www.koreataste.org/lang/en/en/blogging-en/history-of-bulgogi/
http://ifood.tv/eating/226833-how-to-serve-korean-bulgogi
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Han-u
http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB122539130720484947
http://feastingintheknow.com/2013/03/29/is-this-the-worlds-most-versatile-easy-beef-recipe-5-ways-with-1-bulgogi/
http://crazykoreancooking.com/recipe/bulgogi-marinated-beef-sirloin
1. peel and slice 1/2 onion. Wash and cut green onion into 2 inch pieces.
2. In a large bowl, mix ⅓ cup of soy sauce, ⅓ cup if sugar and 1 cup of cold water. Add sliced onions, cut green onions, 1 teaspoon of minced garlic, a pinch of black pepper and 1 teaspoon of sesame oil. Add ½ teaspoon of sesame seeds (Optional). Mix thoroughly until all sugar is dissolved.
3.Add the sliced meat one by one making sure all the meat is immersed in the marinade. Cover and Keep it in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours.
4.Remove the meat from the marinade (shake off the drippings) and cook in a frying pan on high heat for 5-10 min or until the meat is just cooked.
5.Serve on a plate and sprinkle sesame seeds as a garnish (Optional). Bulgogi is usually served with cooked rice. You can also make “Ssam” (wrap in Korean red leaf lettuce) when you eat.
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