My sister-in-law, Sujin, shared her recipe for a traditional Korean dish called bulgogi with me. The recipe is traditionally a marinated flank sliced very thin and then typically cooked at the table on a small grill called gogi gui in Korean. The steak is then placed on a piece of lettuce with other ingredients such as rice and kimchee, rolled up, and typically eaten in one bite.
The marinade for the steak (bulgogi) is a wonderful combination of all five of the different tastes, which is typically found in most Korean food: sweet, sour, bitter, salty and umami. I drew inspiration for the Bulgogi Asian BBQ Sauce from Sujin's delicious marinade recipe to create this unique BBQ sauce. Perfect as a steak sauce as well a BBQ sauce for chicken, pork and seafood.
Proudly made with local ingredients from:
Jade Family Farm
Clan Stewart Farm
Eden View Organics