Ep 02: Bulgogi: How To Cook Korean Food! (Fire Meat/Korean BBQ) 불고기

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불고기/Bulgogi (Fire Meat/Korean BBQ)

Serves 4
불고기(말그대로 불+고기!!)는 고구려 시대부터 내려오는 한국스타일 고기요리 인데요~ 얇게 썬 소고기를 양념해 구운 요리 입니다. 외쿡인의 이번 에피소드 에서는요, 레이첼이 폴에게 불고기와 불고기 양념 만드는 법을 알려주었는데요.
Bulgogi (literally meaning fire meat) is a popular Korean style of meat believed to have originated from the Goguryo era. Bulgogi is prepared by marinating thin slices of beef and grilling them. In this episode of Waecookin', Rachel teaches Paul how to make Bulgogi and the marinade used for it.


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Prep Time
20 min

Cook Time
10 min

Total Time
30 min

Prep Time
20 min

Cook Time
10 min

Total Time
30 min

Ingredients
  1. Beef 600g
  2. 1 large yellow onion, thinly sliced
  3. 4-5 tsp soy sauce
  4. toasted sesame oil
  5. 2 tbsp. sugar
  6. 2 tsp. ground black pepper
  7. 10 cloves garlic, roughly chopped
  8. 6 scallions, sliced
  9. 1 tbsp. sesame seeds
FOR SERVING
  1. Green leaf lettuce, for serving
  2. Gochujang (Korean chili-bean paste), for serving
  3. Rice
TO SERVE ON THE SIDE
  1. LETTUCE
  2. GOCHUJANG
Instructions
  1. Cut the onions
  2. Making the marinade sauce for bulgogi
  3. Sprinkle the brown sugar over the meat and leave for 10 minutes.
  4. Cut the green onions.
  5. Add both onions to the marinade sauce and mix.
  6. Pour the marinade sauce over the meat.
  7. Massage the sauce and meat together.
  8. Marinate the meat for one hour in the fridge.
  9. Add Perilla oil to the marinated meat.
  10. Cooking the meat.
FOR SERVING
  1. Green leaf lettuce, for serving
  2. Gochujang (Korean chili-bean paste), for serving
  3. Rice
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In this episode of Waecookin’, Rachel teaches Paul how to make Bulgogi and the marinade used for it. Paul comes up with his twist for Bulgogi to westernize it. What is he going to do? Whose will taste better?

0:56 – Ingredients needed to make bulgogi
2:10 – Step 1: Cut the onions
2:53 – Step 2: Making the marinade sauce for bulgogi
4:57 – Step 3: Sprinkle the brown sugar over the meat and leave for 10 minutes.
5:29 – Step 4: Cut the green onions.
6:41 – Step 5: Add both onions to the marinade sauce and mix.
7:12 – Step 6: Pour the marinade sauce over the meat.
7:33 – Step 7: Massage the sauce and meat together.
8:00 – Paul tells us what British people think about bulgogi, Korean food, and where he is from.
9:44 – Step 8: Marinate the meat for one hour in the fridge.
10:03 – Step 9: Add Perilla oil to the marinated meat.
11:14 – Step 10: Cooking the meat.
11:37 – Paul asks Rachel how Koreans usually eat bulgogi.
12:02 – Paul explains why you can’t use self cooking grills in restaurants in the UK.
13:27 – Paul asks about the tradition behind bulgogi.
15:49 – Adding a western twist to the bulgogi.
19:11 – Taste testing the bulgogi and western style dish.
20:31 – Choosing a winner.
21:10 – End show credits.
21:46 – A message from Rachel and Paul.

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