Galbi Say it in Korean
Cook Time01hrs 40min
Galbi is a very popular Korean meat dish made from beef short ribs. The ribs are marinated in a sauce made from Korean pear juice, rice wine, soy sauce, garlic, sesame seed oil and sugar. Most recipes contain these basic ingredients but many variations exists from sweet to spicier marinades.
The meat itself is often cut in the L.A. rib style, which is basically a rack of ribs cut in thin slices across the bones. This makes eating galbi easier with chopsticks or with fingers. Galbi is usually available in most Korean restaurants but it is generally served in venues that specialize in galbi and the meat is cooked on an in-table BBQ.
This dish is usually served with a side of lettuce, spinach, or other leafy vegetable, which is used to wrap a slice of cooked meat, often times along with a dab of ssamjang, kimchi, or other side dishes, and then eaten as a whole.
Step By Step
Wash meat. Rarely but sometimes you can find tiny bone scraps stick to the meat. Soak in water for 1 hour, drain.2
In a food processor, add chopped onion and pear, purée finely. Pour out to a large bowl, add remaining ingredients and stir.
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Marinate beef for 8-10 hours or overnight for optimal taste. They cook fairly fast, 2-3 minutes on one side.4
Traditionally, it is grilled with a wood charcoal but certainly you can grill on a gas stove or outdoor grill.
"Try Tteokgalbi, made much like meat balls. Grinded pieces of beef ribs are clumped together in chucks before being grilled. Rice cakes (tteok) is often grilled with the tteokgalbi, typically at the center of it."
Where is it
Galbi is a grilled meat dish from South Korean culture. There was a time when the killing of cattle was prohibited, but King Jeongjo needed workers to build Hwa Castle. That being the case, he would permit one slaughterhouse to process beef. In the late 1700s and many years later, a customer at a restaurant suggested that rather than simply putting beef ribs in the soup, they should roast them.
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