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Anyone Have a Good Mongolian or Korean Beef Recipe?

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by astroguy, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. astroguy

    astroguy Active Member

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    For some very odd reason, I thought today that this could be a good, reasonably simple and able-to-easily-be-made-to-fit-my-macros dish. Looking around online, the recipes for the two look very similar, generally with less sugar and a significant time marinating for the Korean version.

    Does anyone have a recipe they've tried and liked, or should I go 'xperimenting?
     
  2. raptor

    raptor Well-Known Member

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    I don't have one but I'd like to hear which one you like better.
     
  3. jmike

    jmike Active Member

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    Korean BBQ {aka Kalbi}

    marinate some beef (i like flank steak)

    grill it
    slice it

    get a piece of romaine lettuce - use it like a taco or a cup - top it with rice - a piece of the grilled beef - a slice of raw garlic - and some srirachi sauce


    marinade:
    soy sauce
    ginger root (chopped fine)
    garlic powder
    srirachi sauce
    honey
    chopped green onions


    not sure how to make it healthy
     
  4. jmike

    jmike Active Member

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    mongolian bbq (stir fry)

    marinate some sliced chicken breast or meat of your preference in:

    soy sauce
    ginger root chopped fine
    garlic powder
    rice wine vinegar


    chop up veggies of your choice {always fresh veggies}

    get a wok nice and hot -- put some sesame oil in it -- grill your meat in the wok -- add veggies of your choice
     

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