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Korean Barbecue Ribs

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Korean ribs are a popular for their exotic taste. Tamar reveals the "secret ingredient" to sweet, juicy, tender Korean style ribs – pear juice. You can cook up your Korean ribs recipe at home now armed with this information. To get started here is the Korean recipe for beef ribs or kalbi.
Ingredients
  Lean beef rib/2.5 pounds boneless ribs, trimmed, korean ribs have the flanken cut- 0.25 inch thick 3 Pound (With The Bone)
  Korean pear 1 , peeled and grated (Called Apple Pear In The Us)
  Soy sauce 1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
  Rice wine 1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
  Sugar 3 Tablespoon
  Green onions/2 tbsp dried chives 3 , chopped
  Garlic 5 Clove (25 gm), minced
  Sesame seed oil 2 Tablespoon
  Sesame seed 2 Tablespoon
  Salt To Taste
  Ground black pepper 1 Tablespoon
  Grated ginger 5 Gram (1 Inch Ginger)
Directions

Toss the marinade ingredients together and marinate the ribs for at least an hour.
Grill or broil them 6 inches away from heat source after spraying pan with vegetable cooking spray.
Cook for 5-6 minutes on one side.
Turn.
Cook for another 2-3 minutes on the other side.
Serve hot.

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Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
Korean
Course: 
Main Dish
Taste: 
Spicy
Method: 
Broiled
Ingredient: 
Beef
Preparation Time: 
10 Minutes
Cook Time: 
8 Minutes
Ready In: 
18 Minutes
Servings: 
4
Ever wondered what makes Korean Barbecue ribs so delicious? Now if you have been visiting Korean restaurants very often to do enjoy Korean Barbecue Ribs, then the rush is over. Tamar is revealing the secret ingredient for Korean Barbecues. It’s a apple pear or Asian pear that makes the ribs so delicious. Watch out more in the video for the entire detailed recipe and enjoy.

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3 Comments

Anonymous's picture
Hi Nice video I love to cook also and I have been looking for a good Korean recipe. I would like your location so we can hook up. Jeffrey
Mark S.'s picture
I haven't had these ribs since Jr.High at a Korean friends home. They were so awesome I over ate and made myself sick. Tonight my wife and I are going to try to replicate this experience, (minus the getting sick) so she can know just how good Korean beef is. In looking into recipes they all seemed to be variations on a theme, but after seeing yours which includes the Asian pear and its history I could not go with any other preparation for our first effort. Thanks for the info. We'll rate it after tonight.
Mark S.'s picture
I haven't had these ribs since Jr.High at a Korean friends home. They were so awesome I over ate and made myself sick. Tonight my wife and I are going to try to replicate this experience, (minus the getting sick) so she can know just how good Korean beef is. In looking into recipes they all seemed to be variations on a theme, but after seeing yours which includes the Asian pear and its history I could not go with any other preparation for our first effort. Thanks for the info. We'll rate it after tonight.