- n. A Korean dish of shredded beef with vegetables.
- From Korean 불고기 (bulgogi). (Wiktionary)
“But in their defense, pan frying bulgogi is rather common.”
“Putting hot sauce on bulgogi is like putting ketchup on your steak.”
“And I think bulgogi screams for amarone (well, bulgogi is similar to braised beef in some ways, no?), but that might just be me.”
“Sure, it takes a bit of time to make, but even without rolling it in sushi, the bulgogi is well worth the time spent.”
“Korean barbecue is known as bulgogi or bool kogi and comes from two words meaning “fire” and “meat.””
“And while the bulgogi is pretty good, the Galbi is the new star of the cart.”
“Moose i’m sorry but the bulgogi sandwich doesn’t even look good. why would you ruin bulgogi with cheese???”
“Jan 25th, 2007 at 9: 34 am bionicgrrl hey bulgogi is not supposed 2 be chopped up, where’d u hear that. if it was chopped up it, u prolly got the leftovers after the real pieces were gone. as for ssamjjang, that is made with soy bean paste and not that spicy at all. it doesn’t look like ssamjang in the pic.”
“This recipe is my all-Americanization of bulgogi, which is, along with kimchi, one of the most well known dishes of Korea.”
“And I was so intrigued by the idea of bulgogi and kimchi on a hot dog, I was sold.”
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