Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Shortcut Bulgogi

  Many years ago my husband was stationed in Korea while serving in the Army.   While there he experienced a new culture and discovered some of the best foods of his life.  Bulgogi is a Korean dish that usually consists of marinated barbecued beef.  Traditional bulgogi sauce is made with garlic, sugar, sesame oil and soy sauce. Other recipes for bulgogi sauce may use ingredients like Asian pears, rice wine, kiwi’s, honey and soy bean paste.  To save time we buy the stuff in the jar! 


2 lbs boneless rib eye steaks, cut into very thin slices

1 cup of CJ's Korean BBQ Marinade

Place thinly sliced steak in a large bowl. Pour the sauce over the beef. Stir the beef until it is soaked in the sauce. Cover and let marinate overnight in the refrigerator.  Cook meat over a medium heat according to your liking.  Serve over rice.


  1. Good that I have already eaten :-))) Looks totally yummy...

    Big hugs


  2. My family loves bulgogi! Isn't it nice to have a short cut to make it?

  3. Asian food is sooooo good! This recipe looks amazing! I'm going to put the ingredients on the list, this week! Thanks for all the great recipes you share. The banana French toast was ahhhhmazing, btw! My youngest Loved it :)

  4. Brandi - I've never heard of Bulgogi! Apparently I've been missing out because it looks really good. Thank you for linking up!

  5. Oh wow Brandi, I've never heard of this dish. I'm adding it to the must try list of yummy recipes that you have shared.

  6. Was he inn North or South Korea? That's amazing that he served over there. What a hero.

    I hope you saved a Valentien's cake for me!!


  7. oooohh!!! This looks simple enough for me to try!YUM!!

  8. Ooh that looks so good too!!! Brandi all your wonderful recipes are making my mouth water!!


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