Ep 05: Samgyeopsal (삼겹살 ): How To Cook Korean Food (Pork Belly)

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Samgyeopsal (삼겹살 )

Serves 4


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Prep Time
15 min

Cook Time
20 min

Total Time
35 min

Prep Time
15 min

Cook Time
20 min

Total Time
35 min

Ingredients
  1. 4 strips of pork belly
  2. Enoki mushrooms
  3. 8 garlic
  4. 1 bowl of kimchi
  5. 1 potato
  6. bean paste plus oil/salt mixture
  7. lettuce and sesame leaves
  8. 2 pieces of pork neck meat (optional)
  9. 4 king oyster mushrooms
Instructions
  1. Pre-heating the cast iron pans.
  2. Add 2 strips of samgyeopsal to the frying pan.
  3. Add a piece of moksal (neck meat) to the frying pan.
  4. Cut the garlic into slices.
  5. Cut 2 slices of potato.
  6. Cut the meat using scissors.
  7. Add the extra ingredients to the frying pan.
  8. Cut up everything in frying pan after being cooked.
Ingredients for Taco Samgyeop
  1. - 6 tortilla shells
  2. - plus ingredients above
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In this episode of Waecookin’, Rachel teaches Paul how to cook Samgyeopsal and everything that goes with it, and Paul puts his western twist on the dish to come up with his own Mexican style dish.
What is he going to do? Whose will taste better?

Show Notes
0:48 – Ingredients for cooking samgyeopsal.
2:50 – Step 1: Pre-heating the cast iron pans.
4:26 – Step 2: Add 2 strips of samgyeopsal to the frying pan.
5:14 – Step 3: Add a piece of moksal (neck meat) to the frying pan.
6:23 – Rachel and Paul talk about their favorite ways to cook meat.
7:00 – Step 4:  Cut the garlic into slices.
8:06 – Step 5:  Cut 2 slices of potato.
8:44 – Paul talks about the restaurant culture in South Korea.
10:29 – Step 6:  Cutting the meat using scissors.
11:38 – Step 7:  Adding the extra ingredients to the frying pan.
13:51 – Rachel and Paul talk about the cooking experience and social style of cooking meat in restaurants in South Korea.
14:29 – Paul and Rachel talk about their favorite drinking games.
16:11 – TITANIC GAME: Rachel and Paul play the Titanic drinking game.
20:06 – Step 8:  Cutting up everything in frying pan after being cooked.
21:43 – Testing the meat for the first time.
22:25 – Paul tries the best mushroom he has ever had.
23:36 – Paul explains what he will do to westernize the samgyeopsal.
24:17 – Rachel gives the steps of putting together her samgyeopsal wrap and the traditional way to eat it.
24:54 – Testing the traditional samgyeopsal.
25:18 – Paul gives his steps to add his western twist to the dish.
27:00 – Testing the western twist dish.
27:47 – Guest judge Phillip Wayne Stanley from K-PoD: Life In Korea joins the set.
30:04 – Guest judge tries the traditional samgyeopsal.
31:09 – Guest judge tries the western twist version of samgyeopsal.
33:04 – FINAL JUDGEMENT: Guest judge decides which dish is best.
34:21 – End show credits.
34:49 – Final message from Rachel and Paul.

Guest Judge:
Phillip Wayne Stanley
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