For a quick dinner, these ribs can be done in less than one hour. The peanut butter gives a mixture of sweet and savory flavor, and adds to the other layers of taste. Serve it with a side of vegetables, and you're all set!
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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
Ribs are a grilling favorite and these have a double dose of spice. Tabasco is used in the rub and marinade to make these ribs extra spicy and fall-off-the-bone tender.
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