Korean BBQ at home

Having a Korean BBQ feast at home is always a fun and delicious way to enjoy a meal with friends and family. Here's a guide to help you set up a Korean BBQ experience in your own kitchen or backyard

Meat Options: Thinly sliced beef (such as bulgogi or ribeye) Thinly sliced pork (such as samgyeopsal or pork belly) Thinly sliced chicken (such as dak bulgogi or chicken thighs)

Marinades and Sauces: Bulgogi Marinade: Soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, garlic, and ginger Spicy Chicken Marinade: Gochujang (Korean red chili paste), soy sauce, sugar, garlic, and sesame oil Ssamjang Sauce: Korean soybean paste, gochujang, garlic, sesame oil, and green onions

Side Dishes (Banchan): Kimchi (fermented cabbage) Pickled radish (danmuji) Bean sprout salad (kongnamul muchim) Spinach salad (sigeumchi namul) Cucumber salad (oi muchim)

Lettuce leaves or perilla leaves for wrapping (ssam) Steamed rice Sliced garlic and chili peppers for grilling

Tabletop grill (electric, gas, or charcoal) Tongs or chopsticks for flipping meat Small dishes for sauces and condiments Large lettuce or perilla leaves for wrapping Hot pot or stovetop grill for cooking side dishes

Prepare the Meat: Marinate the meat slices in your desired marinades for at least 30 minutes to allow the flavors to penetrate. You can also prepare some meat without marinade for those who prefer a simpler taste.

Prepare the Side Dishes: Arrange the banchan in small dishes and set them aside. You can also prepare some fresh lettuce or perilla leaves for wrapping.


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