tips for cooking bulgogi for a lot of people

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    I am a teacher and we are having an International day at our middle school for our students with many different foods represented. I have a $250 budget and I was wanting to cook bulgogi on a bed of rice as small tasting samples for the students we have about 300 students that would be brave enough to try it. Of course I will also have kimchi for the brave little souls to try. =)

    Are there any tips from how to keep it warm, how to cook a large amount of bulgogi? Is it best to broil in the oven to save time? I will have to do all of my cooking myself, I do have a very large wok too.

    Any and all suggestions are welcome. Keep in mind these samples will be in small 4oz. cups maybe..



    yay, it sounds very fun!

    300 students will be impressed by your delicious Korean bulgogi meal. Make a lot of rice, bulgogi, and kimchi or kkakdugi as a side dish. yum! Slice the beef very thinly and add lots of sliced onions. Marinate it overnight so that the beef will be tender. Cook the marinated bulgogi in your large wok. Or you can pan-fry it. It doesn’t have to be hot when you serve.

    Good luck with the event and let me know how it goes. Don’t forget to take some photos to share with me and my other readers please. I’d like to see some photos of your student’s eating! : )

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