Homemade Bulgogi

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    Homemade Bulgogi – Delicious Korean Barbecue made at home. 

    Growing up in a somewhat large Asian population in the DC area, there are numerous Korean restaurants and BBQ restaurants that serve up traditional Korean dishes. One infamous dish in particular is bulgogi. It’s marinated barbecued beef, although you may substitute chicken or pork, as well. Bulgogi in Korean means “fire meat,” which refers to the cooking technique of an open-flame. Obviously, you don’t have the luxury of cooking it that way at home, but it still tastes pretty good, regardless of how you cook it.

    Whenever my friends and I went to the mall, they would always go to the food court and go get bulgogi at this Korean stand.

    Well, save your money, my friends. Use this recipe and you won’t have to waste your money on dining out. Save the money for something else!

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  • Stephanie says:

    I had no idea bulgogi was this easy to make. Totally making this for dinner soon!!! Thanks! ^_^

  • Kate says:

    How do you cook this?

  • Tinker says:

    Where is the recipe. It’s not here

    • Julie Wampler says:

      there’s a new one and there is a clickable link in the post

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