|Spring Onion||1 Piece|
|Ganjang (korean soy sauce) *||1 Tbsp|
|Gochugaru (Korean Chillipowder) *||1 Tbsp|
|Gochujang (Korean Chillipaste) *||1 Tbsp|
|Garlic Clove||1 Piece|
|Mirin *||1 Tbsp|
|Pepper *||1 Pinch|
|Pork Belly||250 gr|
|Sesame Oil *||1 Tbsp|
|Cooking Time||10 Min.|
|Total Time||15 Min.|
Pork Belly is a very tasty part of the pig. In Korea pork belly gets prepared with many different ingredients and in many different ways. The following spicy dish is an easy introduction to the Korean cuisine and you only need little ingredients that you can easily find on Amazon. In case you don’t have Mirin at home, you can alternatively use white wine.
The barbeque season is about to start and why not surprise guests with a Korean meat dish at the next barbeque event. The trick is that you can marinade the meat with the sauce and put the meat pieces on the grill. Rather take a bit more meat as guests will eat it all up in front of your eyes.
Ask your butcher to slice the meat with a machine into thin slices (about 0.5 cm). Thin slices of meat are better than the thick ones for this dish as well as for many other Korean dishes. The butcher or shop assistant will surely accommodate your request.
For dishes like this or also Bulgogi, Bossam and general Korean Barbecue and other meat dishes I recommend eating them with a square sheet of Gim (seaweed), rice and as per taste with other Banchan. Put everything into the sheet and roll it up. Now put this delicious treat into your mouth.
Miau, do i have your attention? I feel hungry, because Ryu and Matthias are not feeding me. Please give me some delicious rating onigiris, if you like this page. ~Akina