Korean short ribs***bgkp90a
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Title: Korean short ribs***bgkp90a
Categories: Main dish, Beef, Ethnic
Yield: 1 Servings
1 c Soy sauce ;(not heavy or di
1/3 c Brown sugar
5 c Garlic, minced or crushed
3 tb Vegetable oil ; or sesame o
The following is a recipe for Korean Short Ribs, Kal Bi (that's the
phonetic spelling I've seen used in Hawaii and in Korean rest. in
U.S. The following is a recipe for Korean Short Ribs, Kal Bi (that's
the phonetic spelling I've seen used in Hawaii and in Korean rest. in
U.S. Combine all the ingredients into a pan and marinate up to abt 4
to 5 lbs of beef short ribs. Marinate at least 2 hrs, preferably
Ribs can be left whole or they can be English cut by the butcher
or market. Au- thentic Korean style is to slice very carefully
and very thinly while "unrolling" the rib as you go. If done
correctly, you'll end up with a strip of meat the width of the bone x
abt 6" to 9" long of uniform thickness with the bone still attached
by the cartilage or membrane on the bone. Grill over hot coals
quickly try for medium rare. Serve with white steamed rice and an
oriental salad or veggie for side dish. It's super easy and quick.
Good for BBQ w/ friends. And for those that are lucky enuf to live in
Maui, these are availabel fresh daily at Azeki's Meat Market, Kihei.
People buy them there and take them home to BBQ for visiting friends
from the Mainland. They will also pack them up for you frozen with
advance no- tice so you can take them home with you on the air plane
at no extra charge!
We brought home 20 lbs to SFO and they were no
worse for the travel. I've talked to people that took them all
the way to Chicago with no problems. Last time I was there, a lady
from Seattle was arranging for them to ship 120 lbs, frozen. She was
hosting a dinner party for 45 people and she wanted some for the
freezer for future use. If you've never tried them, watch for Korean
rest. in your area and try em.You'll like them. Jim Quon, SF FROM:
JAMES QUON (BGKP90A)
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