Bulgogi Stew

Monday, September 3, 2012

Here's another dish that I tried out last night for dinner. It's not an exact Korean bulgogi recipe but most of the dishes that I cook, it's based on what I have on hand. You can always alter it to your liking. That's what I do! :) I've made bulgogi a couple times before and this time I wanted to make it differently by making it into a stew. In case you're wondering what bulgogi is..it's basically this.


Serving size: 2

Marinade:
1 pound boneless short ribs
1/4 cup low-sodium soy sauce
1/8 cup white sugar
1 green onion (chopped)
Half sweet onion (chopped)
6 cloves garlic (minced)
1 teaspoon sesame oil
1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds
2 tablespoons honey
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
1/8 cup rice cooking wine
Pinch ground black pepper

Marinade for at least 2 hours to let all the flavors absorbed into the short ribs.

After marinating for 2 hours, slightly cooked the bulgogi on med-high for 10mins.

Getting my dol-sot (hot stone bowl) ready with enoki mushrooms, broccoli, tofu, and egg noodles.
If you don't have a dol-sot on hand, you can use a regular pot to cook it all in and serve. :)

 Add the slightly cooked bulgogi in the middle of the dol-sot. Btw - the dol-sot is put on a stove-top burner.

Turn the heat to med-high and add some beef broth. Just enough to cover the veggies/tofu.


Add some extra green onions if you like.

 It will start boiling and the broccoli & tofu will soften up. Cook for about 15-20 mins.

It is ready to serve! Where you buy the dol-sot (I got mine at a korean market) you can find plastic trays to put the dol-sot in when serving it to the table. Be extremely careful! It gets really hot and bubbly. 

Yum!! ^__^ 

You can eat it with noodles or over steamed rice or just like that! One thing I will do differently for the next time is making the noodles separate because they became really soft in the dol-sot and I prefer my noodles to be al-dente. 
Hope you guys give this dish a try and enjoy! :)
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49 comments:

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  3. I've never had bulgogi stew! It looks delicious and perfect for a cold winter night.

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  4. OH this reminds me of the Japanese hot pot Sukiyaki!!
    I actually have a recipe on my blog similar to this hehe :)
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  5. That looks so good!! I love bulgogi! I need to try this recipe out.

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  8. i LOVE korean food but it's been forever since i've had it!! yum! so hungry right now!!

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  9. Oh yummmm, I heart Korean food!! This looks so delicious :)

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  10. That looks sooo good. Im hungry now >_<. Im going to have to try it out. Thanks for sharing

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  11. Yum, this looks so delicious and I don't usually eat stew but this looks really tasty and healthy and I love how you showed it step by step

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  12. I think this looks really good. Like Dale, I'm not a big fan of stews, but I would give this one a try.

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  13. Omg that looks sooo delicious! I'm going to attempt this!


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  15. Wow..looks really awesome. You're making me hungry =) I have to try that recipe soon. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. I can tell by the pis that this plate is delicious!
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  18. thanks for the recipe! it looks delicious.
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  20. This looks so yummy. I might have to tried making them too. We love tofu ! You make me hungry now. I bought some already marinated thin strips of beef at the asian market, do you think that would do good for this one. It's from Korean grocery store. I'm your new follower now through GFC.

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  21. yummy! i loove east asian flavors, yummy yum! i need to try this! thanks for sharing:)
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  22. This looks amazing! I'll definitely have to try it out. Thanks for the recipe Sheila!

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  23. Yum, yum! Amazing recipe,Sheila! the pictures alone had me ready to lick the screen!
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  25. It's midnight in here and now I want this so bad!!!



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  26. Looks so mouth-watering...thanks for sharing & this is certainly worth trying!!

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  27. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHMYGOD.

    i'm bookmarking this. because i HAVE to make this!! holy shizzz that looks so good!

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    1. LOL! You should def try it out. The bulgogi marinade itself is delicious already with rice! ^__^ Adding into the stew is just more flavors! haha

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  28. i once made this but yours is much delicious than mine hehe!
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  29. The stew part isn't hard, but marinating the meat just right looks pretty challenging.

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    1. Def takes some time but in the end the flavors are amazing and it'll be worth it! :)

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  30. looks delicious:)x


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  31. looks delicious =)
    inspired to try this recipe out!

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  32. Great blog post, it really inspires me making food blogs too.

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  34. What are you doing to meeee!!! I am so hungry! Whenever I make noodles, and soup they never look half as good as this. So much patience, I am usually just to hungry to make anything other than the noodles. So much flavor, so hungry! Great post :)

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  35. oh my.... I love bulgogi so I may use half of this recipe but the whole thing looks soo good!

    Thanks for sharing Sheila!

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  36. Oh oh my...thank you for sharing this recipe, just randomly came across it whilst browsing your older posts...I am definitely going to try this one out...oh the beef, the tofu, the garlic, mushrooms....asian heaven! lol! I will definitely marinade the beef for a long while to intensify the flavours...oooo I like, Nice Post!!

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