Dr. Victor Gong shows you how prepare healthy Korean BBQ for your family and friends. Join Dr. Gong on ABC's 'Good Morning Delmarva' at 6pm. Plus, check out his website for more cooking recipes.
Chicken/Boneless rib steak
1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs)
4 Clove (20 gm), crushed
3 Medium, cut into 1 inch pieces
1 In a bowl, mix the beef (or chicken) and sugar together.
2 Let it rest for 2 minutes, then add the soy sauce, garlic, scallions, pepper, sesame oil, chili paste, honey, and sugar.
3 Toss the mixture well to integrate all the flavors, and let it stand at room temperature for 1 hour (or overnight in the refrigerator) to allow the meat to marinade.
4 Grill on barbecue or broiler, for 2 minutes each side.
5 Serve immediately, with white rice and an assortment of side dishes.
If you have been craving some Korean cuisine for a while it is time to satiate it. When one thinks of Korean cuisine one generally thinks spicy but a lot of the barbecued meats such as this one prepared by Dr. Gong, is marinated in a mixture that is on the sweet side. This Korean BBQ chicken is just as good as any beef version! The sweet marinade plays with the heat and gets a wonderfully smoky caramelized taste. This chicken recipe is perfect for those on a high-protein and low-carb diet. To learn how to m