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Default Korean Grilled Beef - YUM!

Korean Grilled Beef


Ingredients:
-----meat-----
2 pounds sirloin -- rib, or flank steak
-----marinade-----
3 green onions -- finely chopped
4 garlic cloves -- crushed
5 tablespoon soy sauce
2 tablespoon sesame oil
1 tablespoon sesame seeds
1/4 cup sugar
2 tablespoon sherry or mirin -- (rice wine)
1/8 teaspoon black pepper

Instructions:
Slice the steak diagonally against the grain into very thin strips. Score each piece lightly. (This prevents meat from curling as it is grilling). Combine remaining ingredients in bowl, mix well, then add meat. Allow to marinate for several hours or overnight. To prevent overcooking, grill meat just until it turns color, then remove from heat. Remember, all meat continue to cook even when taken off heat. Serve with rice.
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I think I know what I'm making tonite.
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Yes, this is a good one! You'll love it for sure!
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I posted this over in the General Grilling forums as well, But figured it was worth the double post here:

Tonight I decided to take some pictures of my cooking process. I must say, the Korean Grilled Beef turned out excellent!



Mixed The Marinade


Slicing the Flank steak


It's Looking good!


Now Don't I look good?


It's Marinating now!


Look at that Cook!


Taking it off the grill.


The Final Presentation!
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wow, that looks good!
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I've got leftovers:-0
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I think it's a great idea to post pictures of each recipe...sure makes me want to try it!
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Thanks! I invite everyone else to post pictures of their recipes, or recipes they try here! I am going to try and post one or two a week, depending on the time I have to grill.

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Is that similar to bulgogi? I used to love that when I was in S. Korea.
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That's what it reminds me of Deuce!

I love Bulgogi!
It's the closest thing I have found.
I lived in Guam for a while and all the Korean Military wives made this all the time. Thank goodness my friends had korean moms!
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Awesome!! I'll definately give it a try.
My favorite foods from the pacific are:
Bulgogi from Korea
Lumpia from the Phillipines
Yakisoba from Japan
My sister in law makes a mean Lumpia. You now gave the recipe for a killer bulgogi. Now I only need to figure out yakisoba.
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haha. We have similar tastes Deuce! You mentioned some of my favorite foods! You left out Pancit from the Phillipines though.
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This recipe kicks serious ass.
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0425 - Did you try it???
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0425 - Did you try it???

Damn straight I tried it...it was awesome I didn't want to take any pics though, 'cause yours looked so much more impressive.

The leftovers were awesome too.
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Glad you liked it!
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Default Yum! Yum!

Been reading this forum for a couple days and decided to try this recipe earlier tonight. I also cooked the grilled potato wedges with sauce along with it. My wife and I both thought both recipes were excellent and are taking leftovers with us for lunch tommorrow.

Anyway here are some links to pics of what I came up with.

Meat Marinating
Potatoes awaiting the grill
Meat on the Grill
Potatoes on the Grill
Meat is Done
Potatoes are Done
Ready to Serve
Yum! Yum!
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Originally Posted by Owain
Been reading this forum for a couple days and decided to try this recipe earlier tonight. I also cooked the grilled potato wedges with sauce along with it. My wife and I both thought both recipes were excellent and are taking leftovers with us for lunch tommorrow.

Anyway here are some links to pics of what I came up with.

Meat Marinating
Potatoes awaiting the grill
Meat on the Grill
Potatoes on the Grill
Meat is Done
Potatoes are Done
Ready to Serve
Yum! Yum!
OWAIN! Welcome to the board!

I'm glad you liked the recipes! The pics look great!
I hope to see you around here more often!
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Haven't seen this place in about six months! Making this one again tonite!

Thanks again Sharky!

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