Recipe: Korean BBQ Marinade
Being the primary cook in my household, I was shocked to realize recently that I had no idea how to make one of my favorite marinades. My partner always handles the grilling of galbi (Korean short ribs) plus tofu or tempeh for me, but it seemed silly not to know what went into the sauce for this deeply flavored, salty and sweet Korean-style barbecue. Fortunately, it’s pretty simple and now that I know, I can share it with you, too.
Korean Vegetable Pancakes | Food-4Tots | Recipes for Toddlers - Part 2
These pancakes are quick and easy to make. All it takes is to prepare some vegetables of your choice, coat them with a basic batter and then pan-fry the mixture with a bit of oil till golden brown. - Part 2 - Part 2
Korean BBQ Chicken Recipe | Korean BBQ Chicken | Eat the Love
This crazy versatile ginger garlic marinade is awesome on pork, beef or chicken. The addition of kiwi may sound odd, but the fruit functions as both a sweetener to the marinade as well as a tenderizer. Enzymes in the kiwi help to breakdown the meat protein, making it super tender and juicy. Just be forewarned that you shouldn’t over marinade. After 12 hours or so, the kiwi starts to break down the meat and it gets weirdly mushy. So marinate overnight but don’t let them sit too long…