Occassionally, to satisfy his cravings, he will order Korean Pork Bulgogi from the stall at the Foodcourt, even though it was the “not so nice” version compared to others. Since we had too much pork belly left uncooked from the previous steamboat session, he decided to cook his style of Korean Pork Bulgogi with reference from one of the recipe in Channel 8’s Let’s Cook1 program.

Our Simplified Korean Pork Bulgogi
 
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A last minute preparation of this dish. I think it should taste better if we add onions, shredded carrots & lettuce and toasted sesame seeds. Shall try this again next time.
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Recipe type: Side Dish
Cuisine: Korean
INGREDIENTS
  • Pork, thinly sliced (we used the remaining Pork Belly, not a good choice though, it’s very oily :p)
  • 1½ tablespoon soy sauce
  • McDonald’s Garlic Chilli Sauce (his improvised version to replace minced Garlic & Chilli Sauce)
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • Sugar
METHOD
  1. Add soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, cilli sauce to sliced pork and marinate for 3-4 hours in the fridge
  2. Heat the frying pan with some oil and fry pork with the marinated sauce.

 

Marinating the pork:

Marinating the Pork

Recipe adapted from Let’s Cook, Episode 1 (Korean).

 

1Let’s Cook, a TV program from Channel 8, hosted by Cavin Soh and Quan Yi Feng. Each week, according to different themes/countries, the show will feature 2 contestants battling against each other in cooking their local specialities. If you like their dishes and couldn’t remember the steps or ingredients, you can check out their website for the recipes like he did (But it’s in Chinese…)

 

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