Original Korean BBQ Bulgogi Sauce Reviews
Hi everyone. Today I'm excited to share with you this Korean Barbecue Bulgogi Marinade. Bulgogi is one of the most loved and tastiest traditional Korean dishes. It is normally made of thin slices of beef or pork that are marinated and grilled on a barbecue. Different types of meat like sirloin or brisket are other common meats used for this dish.
To prepare the meat for this dish, it is first marinated to enhance its flavor with a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, garlic, black pepper, and other tasty ingredients. Traditionally, the ingredients would sometimes vary depending on the chef or family preparing the meal. Some marinades include pears, kiwi, pineapple, and other types of sweetener to add a sweeter taste. This Bulgogi Marinade includes Korean pears and apples in its ingredients. This adds a unique flavor to this marinade and enhances the tenderness of the meat. This marinade is great because of its versatility and ease of use. It is compatible with many meals and not limited to meat dishes.
The flavor of this marinade is both sweet and savory and incredibly delicious on any type of meat or veggie. You can use this to marinade pork, beef, chicken, shrimp, rice, noodles, and even in stir fry. This marinade can also be used as a dipping sauce or condiment, as long as it hasn't been in contact with any raw meat.
I'd like to show you what this marinade looks like. I'll open it up. As you can see, there's a safety seal on the inside of the cap. I'll take this off too. The marinade smells really great, really fresh. So here's how it looks. And I'm going to pour it into this so you can get a better look. So you can see it's not too runny, but not too thick either. I've poured a bit of the marinade into this book. So you can see a bit of its consistency, texture, and color. It's not too thin, but also not too thick either.
The instructions on the back of this bottle indicate one way to use this marinade. It recommends marinading 2.2 pounds of bite-sized beef with 0.45 pounds of this Korean barbecue marinade for at least 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, you should grill the meat on both sides, flipping the meat over repeatedly to prevent burning. If you decide to use leftover marinade after raw meat has been soaking in it, be sure to boil the marinade for at least five minutes to get rid of any harmful bacteria that may have passed from the raw meat.
There are 56 servings in this bottle, 340 milligrams of sodium and six grams of sugar per serving. Garlic is an ingredient, but it doesn't overpower the marinade at all. When grilling any meat, you can repeatedly baste the meat with this marinade while it is grilling to get a nice caramelized flavor and texture on the outside of the meat. Do this by brushing several layers of the marinade on top of the meat as it cooks. Flip the meat over again and again, and brush on more marinade. After the meat is done cooking, it will taste great, thanks to the many outer layers of marinade.
Karman Foods invite you to try out this marinade and taste the delicious hints of Korean pear and apple that are infused within. Available at Karman Foods online!