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Bulgogi (Korean Barbecued Beef)
Bulgogi is a marinated meat dish made with thin slices of beef, usually rib-eye. It is no doubt one of the most well-known Korean dishes to non-Koreans. The important thing is to find the right balance between saltiness and sweetness. Using generous amounts of garlic and sesame oil is important to create authentic bulgogi. The same marinade also can be used for chicken or pork. The best way to enjoy Korean barbecued meat is to wrap a bite-sized piece in a lettuce leaf with a dollop of ssamjang (spice paste) or doenjang (soybean paste).
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Bibigo’s mission is to introduce the delicious and nutritious Korean food culture to the rest of the world. Bibigo gets its name from a mash-up of Korean bi-bi-da (“to mix”) and English “to-go,” reflecting both its food and social characteristics. Their traditional Bibimbap recipe allows everyone to conveniently bring authentic Korean flavors into their own home. Just add your favorite protein and veggies, and you have the perfect meal in a few steps!
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Bulgogi Burger
Kimchi-topped bulgogi beef is a favorite Korean dish, and it’s just as good when transformed into a burger.This recipe is courtesy of Tablespoon.
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SOY-MARINATED GRILLED RIB EYE
Next to kimchi, and possibly bibimbap, bulgogi is the best-known Korean food product to grace American shores. Thinly sliced beef, usually sirloin, rib eye or brisket, is marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, mirin and sesame oil before landing on a smoking-hot grill or grill pan—or a tableside grill, if you want your house to smell like the magic of Koreatown. Although kalbi is more coveted, and thus expensive, bulgogi is really the workhorse of Korean barbecue. It’s what Roy Choi placed in a taco to start a culinary revolution. Any good Korean grocery store will sell pre-sliced beef for this recipe. This is the best bet, but you can do it yourself: freeze the meat for about 20 minutes so it’s stiff enough to shave with a sharp knife. Or you can ask your butcher to slice it for you.Recipe excerpted from Koreatown: A Cookbook by Deuki Hong and Matt RodbardFor more with Deuki Hong and Matt Rodbard, be sure to check out the Koreatown event at the 2016 Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival 
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We wanted to share some awesome sauce recipes from Executive Chef, Kyle Bailey of Neighborhood Restaurant Group. Kyle just crafted the menu for the restaurant, The Arsenal, located in Bluejacket, the new full-scale brewery in DC. For a fun Super Bowl party entertaining idea – this year, instead of chips/nachos offer your football-watching friends a smother station where they can dunk their fries and tots into the various sauces.
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Bibigo’s mission is to introduce the delicious and nutritious Korean food culture to the rest of the world. Bibigo gets its name from a mash-up of Korean bi-bi-da (“to mix”) and English “to-go,” reflecting both its food and social characteristics. Its Traditional Bibimbap recipe allows people to conveniently bring authentic Korean flavors into their own home. Just add your favorite protein and vegetables, and you have the perfect meal in a few steps!Substitute the bulgogi and/or dried shitake mushrooms with your favorite choice of protein and vegetables to personalize each bowl of bibimbap.This recipe is provided by Bibigo.
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Brisket Bulgogi Sliders with Kimchi Aïoli
These Korean-inspired sliders are popular with the beer served at 508 Gastrobrewery, a gastropub located in New York City. They were also featured at the 2012 Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival at the Grand Tasting.
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Chicken Bulgogi
If you like the sweet and savory bulgogi flavor, but don't like red meat, this one's for you! Bulgogi is a marinated meat dish made with thin slices of beef. Dak bulgogi is a variation made with chicken. "Dak" means chicken.For the chicken version, I like to add a bit of lemon flavor. It certainly gives the dish a tasty spark! I used boneless chicken thigh, but you can use boneless breast or a combination of both parts. The bite-sized chicken pieces marinate and cook quickly, making this dish a good option for a weeknight meal.You can enjoy the chicken in lettuce wraps with a dollop of ssamjang or doenjang (soybean paste). It will be equally delicious simply served with your choice of salad or a side dish along with a bowl of rice. Enjoy!See all recipes for chicken.Click here to see 15 Easy Chicken Dinner Recipes. 
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Green Cuisine
Bulgogi is a Korean Beef dish that is delicious and easy to make. This recipe comes from a friend's mom, who is Korean. I can never seem to make it quite as good as hers, but its still delicious. In the original recipe, she cooked the beef in a skillet, I prefer using the broiler though.
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DrGaellon
This version of bulgogi that adapted from Epicurious uses thinly sliced rib-eye or sirloin. These get a quick, 30-minute dip in a flavorful marinade—and then it's on the grill and off in a matter of minutes. It doesn't get much simpler. Adapted from Nick Kindlesperger's recipe at Serious Eats. Serve with kimchi.
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Trim the fat off the meat with a knife. Distribute the sugar evenly on the beef by sprinkling it on each piece. Allow beef to sit for 10 minutes. In a separate bowl, mix together the soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, sugar, sake, and black pepper. set ...
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Tabicatster
American version of a Korean favorite.
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