How to make it

  • Partially freeze the beef about an hour or so to make it easier to slice.
  • Slice the beef as thinly as possible against the grain. It should be in very thin slices, but not falling apart.
  • Mix all the remaining ingredients except the lettuce. Pour over the meat and marinate at least 1 hour.
  • I put the meat and marinade in a ziploc bag, set it in a baking pan, and turned it occasionally.
  • Preheat an indoor nonstick grill and grill the meat in batches.
  • Turn meat after a few seconds (it cooks very quickly) to brown the other side and remove to a serving plate; repeat with remaining meat.
  • You can sauté the meat in a nonstick skillet as well. Serve beef rolled up in lettuce leaves if desired.

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  • nancy02151 8 years ago
    do you simmer the marinade after the beef and put it on top?

    To stillevira, you can put the items into fitday and it will calculate the carbs and nutrition values.
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  • stillelvira 9 years ago
    I would like to know. nutrition values for this or any recipe
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    " It was excellent "
    kukla ate it and said...
    I'm a big fan of Bulgogi too! Great post, NYM!
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