A representative dish in Korean cuisine, bulgogi is a beef barbeque made with thin slices of beef marinated in soy sauce and many vegetables. It is praised for the harmony of sweet and salty flavors. The sauce is quite similar to western barbecue sauces but, at the same time, has a unique Korean flavor that has earned the dish many fans among foreigners.
This time, we are introducing you to an unusual recipe for a new-style of bulgogi: bulgogi noodles. Since it uses glass noodles which are not fried, this delicious dish is low in calories.
Bulgogi Noodles on TV
Yoon Kitchen (broadcast on tvN) is a very popular entertainment program where four Korean celebrities (Lee Seo-jin, Yoon Yeo-jeong, Sin Gu, and Jeong You-mi) run a Korean restaurant on the Indonesian island of Bali without anyone’s help. Their signature dishes are bulgogi rice and bulgogi noodles. Thanks to the ubiquity of noodles in cuisines around the world, bulgogi noodles are easily accessible and have a wide following among foreign customers visiting the restaurant.
Cooking Time: 30 min
Main Ingredients: 150g beef, 50g glass noodle, 1/4 onion, 1/6 carrot, a leaf of lettuce, 1/4 spring onion, coriander (optional), a little bit of sesame oil and olive oil
Sauce Ingredients: 200㎖ soy sauce, 200㎖ water, 100g sugar, 1/2 onion, 1/3 apple, 2 Tbsp crushed garlic, 1/2 Tsp ground pepper
1. Soak the glass noodles in cold water for 1 hour.
2. Blend the sauce ingredients in a blender.
3. Slice the onion and carrot. Cut the spring onion diagonally. Cut the lettuce leaf in bitesize pieces.
4. Remove the blood from the beef using paper towels. Cut the beef in bitesize pieces.
5. Oil a pan and fry vegetables (except the coriander).
6. Add the beef and sauce to the vegetables and fry.
7. Add 100㎖ water and the glass noodles. Fry again.
8. Put the bulgogi noodles on a plate with lettuce and coriander. The dish is ready.
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