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Hello everybody, Dwaejibulgogi recipe is here! : )
When I was invited to my friend’s BBQ party in upstate New York, I brought marinated beef, pork, and mushrooms (for vegetarians) and was planning to shoot a video for beef bulgogi. I didn’t plan on shooting a spicy pork recipe video, but I changed my mind at the party while barbecuing marinated pork. As you can see, the recipes for beef bulgogi and pork bulgogi are very similar. The only big difference is that I add hot pepper paste to the marinade for pork bulgogi.
Some of you might be wondering what the difference is between my spicy stir-fried pork (dwaejigogibokkeum) recipe that I already posted and this recipe. The taste is very similar but the preparation is different. Stir-fried pork is cooked, as the name suggests, in a pan or a wok over high heat, with the seasoning sauce and vegetables altogether.
Dwaejibulgogi is marinated first and then grilled, pan-fried, or barbecued over charcoals. Both are delicious!
If you are looking for a vegetarian version of this recipe, the marinade can be used with other vegetables: eggplant, squash, or mushrooms.
Enjoy the recipe!
For the marinade :
Posted Friday, November 16th, 2012 at 4:02 pm
Tagged: barbecue, bulgogi, dwaejibulgogi, 돼지불고기, jeyuk gui, Korean BBQ pork, Korean pork bbq, Korean spicy pork, pork BBQ, pork bulgogi, spicy grilled pork, spicy marinade pork bbq
Originally posted on November 16, 2012 at 4:02 pm by Maangchi.
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