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March 16, 2015




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Hi guys, I'm Seonkyoung Longest!
Welcome to my cooking channel )food channel)!
In this video I'm going to show you how to make Korean BBQ, Galbi!
Korean BBQ was my family's business in Korea and my dad is still in Korea keeping this tradition alive. He is an organic farmer, and I really respect what he does. This is one of my childhood foods and it is always keeping my heart warm. I hope everybody can feel as I do and enjoy~!! XOXO~!!

To prepare: Soak 4"x 4" kelb in 2 cups water, let it sit for 10 min to 1 hour. Add 1 dried shiitake mushroom and bring to boil then remove the kelb. Reduce the heat to medium low and simmer for 5 to 10 min. Remove from the heat and strain.

Ingredients
4 lb Pork shoulder steak or beef short ribs
6 oz Pineapple juice
1/4 cup Mirin
3/4 cup Rice wine
1 cup Soy sauce
1/2 cup Dashi broth (see prepare)
3 Tablespoons Chopped garlic
1/2 cup Chopped onion and green onion mixture(about ½ of medium onion and a couple green onions)
3 Tablespoons Honey, and 3 Tablespoon more for later
1 1/2 Tablespoon Sesame oil

Directions
1.Mix all ingredients accept meat.(from pineapple juice to sesame oil) Stir well to combine. Add pork shoulder steak or beef short ribs and marinate at least 3 hours to overnight.

2.Grill for until desired degree of doneness on medium high heat.

3.Pour all of marinate sauce in to sauce pan and bring to boil then add 3 Tablespoons honey. Reduce heat to medium simmer for 20 to 30 minutes. Remove scum from sauce if any.

4.Serve immediately with cooked rice, galbi sauce and other side dish as desired.



Category: Korean Recipe

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Seonkyoung Longest
- 5 Years ago

It’s type of dried seaweed, other names are “Dashima” and “kombu”. If you
can’t find it you can skip it. 🙂

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pde442
- 5 Years ago

Good video

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burikikay
- 5 Years ago

U r d best

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Seonkyoung Longest
- 5 Years ago

YAY! Good luck in your kitchen~!!!

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Lyon Leigh
- 5 Years ago

very cute!

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Francis Isaac Caasi
- 5 Years ago

Hey SeonkYoung. Thanks for your recipe. I’m going to try this korean bbq
when my friends come over this sunday. I love ur videos

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chris12121
- 5 Years ago

I love your expressions, they are fantastic!

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Seonkyoung Longest
- 5 Years ago

The recipe is in the discretion box, and also already on my blog! 🙂

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YBisTOP1
- 5 Years ago

Can we bbq the galbi without the sauce? (plain) When I eat at korean bbq,
I’m not as fond of the flavored meat.

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Seonkyoung Longest
- 5 Years ago

I love Thai food!! <3

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Andro Brkic
- 5 Years ago

Would you please post the recipe

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sokha dotCom
- 5 Years ago

ok thx. trying it now. the ribs have been marinated for about 10 hours now.
will bbq tomorrow. 🙂

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Tracie C
- 5 Years ago

15:11 so cute.

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Veronica Acosta
- 5 Years ago

She is so hot!

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mpyt02
- 5 Years ago

You’re boiling the water indoor with the gas butane burner. Is it safe? I
found one at an Asian market, but the warning sign is not to use indoor.
Where did you yours? I want to grill Korean meat recipes indoor during the
winter months. Thank you for sharing your cooking videos.

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jason serrano
- 5 Years ago

U know I think she rips the bong from time to time xD 

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Star buono
- 5 Years ago

traia filo la gringita!!

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Catherine Bonilla
- 5 Years ago

please recipe…..

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Seonkyoung Longest
- 5 Years ago

4lb. 🙂

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susietron5000
- 5 Years ago

You guys are absolutely adorable. I really like watching your cooking
videos.

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Seonkyoung Longest
- 5 Years ago

Thank you ^^

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ynanahi
- 5 Years ago

you have a beautiful personality. thanks for the videos.

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iqbal saputra
- 5 Years ago

it’s shaking :*
by the way, i love galbi. u’re gorgeous.

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JCAR
- 5 Years ago

Awesome cooking video and the meal looked delicious. I first got introduced
to Korean food by my first cousin who was stationed in Korea for eight
years in the U.S. Army. Yes, he loved Korea so much he requested to stay
that long. During that time he married a BEAUTIFUL Korean woman and
received his Black Belt in Hopkido. The first Korean meal I ever had was
Bulgogi. I love Korean food. Thanks for the videos. The only thing that
would make them better is to include a list of ingredients along with
measurements in addition to the written recipe in your videos. Sometimes
the speed of the video along with your beautiful accent can make it hard to
keep up. Thanks

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Thảo  Vũ
- 5 Years ago

Thank you for sharing :). But i’m not good at english so much, so i could
not hear some ingredents. Could you write the receipt in th comment? Plzz
^^ 

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