Jeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Pork Bulgogi)

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Pork Bulgogi)

I also use grated apple to include an acidic sweet taste to the marinade. The apple works actually well with the pork. Korean plum syrup (maesil cheong) is likewise good if available. Use 2 tablespoons for this recipe instead of grated apple. In either case, its great to have, however can be omitted.
The very finely sliced meat does not take long to marinate. All you require has to do with 30 minutes.

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Pork Bulgogi)

Jeyuk bokkeum (제육볶음), aka dweji bulgogi (돼지불고기), is a spicy marinaded pork. Jeyuk implies pork, and bokkeum means stir-fry. He loves fatty pork and spicy food, which makes this dish best for him.
How to make spicy pork bulgogi
The meat.
Any cut of pork can be utilized for this dish, pork shoulder or butt with some fat works best. I in some cases include sliced pork belly to heighten the pork flavor.
The marinade.
Unlike its beef counterpart, which is traditionally marinated in a soy sauce based sauce, pork is more typically marinated in a spicy gochujang based sauce with lots of fresh garlic and ginger. Its hot however not extremely hot. You can omit gochugaru if you like it less hot or include more to make it spicier.
Great deals of fresh garlic and ginger are really essential to this dish! They help in reducing porky smell and add next level flavors to the meal.

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Pork Bulgogi)

More pork recipes.
Maekjeok (doenjang marinated prok) Dubu kimchi (tofu with stir-fried kimchi and pork) Bossam (boiled pork ribs) Dwaeji galbi (grilled pork ribs) Slow cooker pork ribs.
See how to make it.

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Pork Bulgogi)

How to serve spicy pork BBQ.
You can definitely enjoy this meal merely with a bowl of rice and opposite dishes. Its so delicious covered in some leafy veggies such as red or green leaf lettuce and/or perilla leaves (kkaennip, 깻잎) along with ssamjang (쌈장). Crown daisy (ssukgat, 쑥갓) is a fantastic vegetable to contribute to your wraps, if available.

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Pork Bulgogi)

Jeyuk Bokkeum (or Spicy Pork Bulgogi).

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Pork Bulgogi)

Cooking.
The pork can be either grilled over open fire or pan-fried. In Korean houses, its typically pan fried, thus the name jeyuk bokkeum (stir-fried pork). Pre-heat the pan, include the meat, fry in a skillet over medium high heat until the liquid is nearly gone and the meat is somewhat caramelized.
You can likewise stir-fry it with more vegetables, such as chili peppers, bell peppers, mushrooms, etc.

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Pork Bulgogi)

Released 04/01/2022. Upgraded 10/15/2020
Spicy Korean pork bulgogi marinaded in a gochujang based sauce with lots of fresh garlic and ginger! Great as a simple stir-fry supper or for outdoor barbecuing.

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Pork Bulgogi)

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Jeyuk bokkeum (제육볶음), aka dweji bulgogi (돼지불고기), is a spicy marinaded pork. He enjoys fatty pork and spicy food, which makes this meal best for him. Any cut of pork can be utilized for this meal, pork shoulder or butt with some fat works best. I sometimes include sliced up pork tummy to intensify the pork flavor. Unlike its beef counterpart, which is traditionally marinated in a soy sauce based sauce, pork is more frequently marinaded in a spicy gochujang based sauce with lots of fresh garlic and ginger.

This dish was initially published in May 2010. Ive updated here with new images, more information and small improvements to the recipe..

Main Course.
Preparation Time: 10 minutesCook Time: 10 minutesMarinating time: 1 hourTotal Time: 15 minutes.
Servings: 4.
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