PORK MEAT

PORK BELLY BULGOGI with DAIKON

If you notice Bulgogi is one among my favorite from Korean cuisine. So easy to follow and you can buy this ready-made bulgogi marinade from Korean shop. But next time when I make the spicy version of this I will show you my homemade bulgogi marinade. Here daikon and zucchini as a side dish. Served with white rice as usual. Jal mug get sum ni da!

My Pork belly Bulgogi with Daikon

What is “Daikon-Rettich”? Winter radish is a mild tasting giant radish from east asia. It is a cultivated form of the garden radish. There are many different varieties of winter radish.

YOU NEED…….

800g Pork Belly

Half a Cup of Bulgogi Marrinade

A whole head Garlic 🧄

Drizzled of Sesame Seeds Oil

3pcs Scallions

1pc Radish or Daikon

1tbsp Linseed Oil

1pc Zucchini

Some Salt 🧂

Served with rice

HOW TO…….

POULTRY

CHICKEN THIGHS BULGOGI and SAUTÉED ZUCCHINI

For a change here I cooked bulgogi using chicken thighs fillet for more protein. And sautéed zucchini for our side dish served with rice, and red cabbage salad. A sort of DAK-Bulgogi without adding soy sauce. Just the ginger-garlic paste and BBQ marinade which I bought from Korean shop here in Vienna. Bulgogi is a meat dish in Korean cuisine. In Korea, it is considered a holiday dish.

Chicken thighs bulgogi

YOU NEED…….

500g Chicken thighs

KOREAN BBQ marinade

2tbsps Ginger-Garlic paste

2tbsps Sesame seeds oil

2pieces Zucchini

Some Salt 🧂

2tsps Minced Garlic 🧄

Some Vegetable Oil

HOW TO…….

PURE VEGGIES

BULGOGI EGGPLANT

👩‍🍳Bulgogi is a Korean recipe made from beef, sesame seeds and rice that is cooked in a wok. But I go well with eggplant too. Try it. The eggplant is a healthy vegetable and impresses with its purple colour. Eggplant inspires with their purple colour. Since they hardly have their own taste, they look good in almost every dish. In order for the taste buds to be perfect, a few things should be considered when processing. Eggplants mostly in Germany are also known as egg fruit, plum, eggplant or Spanish eggs this is very suitable for roasting, steaming, filling and baking in foil or as a puree. do you know that 100 grams of eggplant have only 4 g of carbohydrates, almost no fat and only 25 calories. Eggplant actually comes from India but have been at home in European latitudes since the 17th century. Italy and Spain, in particular, are among the main growing countries. How to know if eggplant is fresh: Make sure you have smooth, shiny skin and a crisp green stem when buying.

My bulgogi eggplant 🍆

YOU NEED…….

3pcs Eggplant 🍆

1tsp Salt🧂

4pcs Scallions

4 cloves Garlic 🧄

1tbsp Sugar, white or brown

1tbsp Soy Sauce

1tbsp Sesame seeds oil

1tsp Sesame seeds

HOW TO…….