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from UK 2 Lbs Beef Sirloin Tips -- cut into pieces 1/2 Cup Soy Sauce 6 Tbs Sugar 6 Green Onions 2 Cloves Garlic -- minced 4 Tbs Sesame Oil 1 Tbs Sesame Seeds Mix it all together and marinate at least 2 hours. Can either cook it on the grill as kebabs or stir-fry by itself. Enjoy. When I don't have sirloin tips, I use flank steak and it tastes just as good. Also, I substitute hot pepper sesame oil and also add cayenne pepper for more kick. The sugar allows the beef to caramelize a little (I tried using cane sugar once but it didn't caramelize). NOTES: Just tried this recipe recently (4 or 5 times) and it is absolutely wonderful.

Bulgoki 2


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(posted July 2, 2004)

from UK

2 Lbs
Beef Sirloin Tips -- cut into pieces
1/2 Cup
Soy Sauce
6 Tbs
Sugar
6
Green Onions
2 Cloves
Garlic -- minced
4 Tbs
Sesame Oil
1 Tbs Sesame Seeds

Mix it all together and
marinate at least 2 hours. Can either cook it on the grill as kebabs or stir-
fry by itself. Enjoy.

When I don't have
sirloin tips, I use flank steak and it tastes just as
good. Also, I substitute
hot pepper sesame oil and also add cayenne pepper for more kick. The sugar allows the beef to caramelize a little (I tried using cane sugar once but it didn't caramelize).

NOTES: Just tried this recipe recently (4 or 5 times) and it is absolutely wonderful.



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