Spicy Boneless Pork Spare Ribs is a type of dish that you can eat with rice, bread, or make a little lettuce wrap and enjoy as a tasty bite.
Daeji Bulgogi or Spicy pork is a popular Korean grilled dish, and it is pretty different from beef bulgogi.
Why is it other than one with beef, well, mainly because the marinade is not only soy sauce-based, but instead, marinade juices are based and heated up with gochujang and gochugaru (Korean red hot chili paste or powder)
Grill season is already here. I am so excited about it!
I love anything from the grill, and I don’t think that there is a person out there who doesn’t-at least I never met one!
We grill most of the year, except for December, January, and February when it cold and I do not feel like grilling outside.
My favorite grilled food is Cevapcici, which is similar to burgers in taste but looks like sausages, and, of course, Korean BBQ.
I could sit and eat all day and every day. I will share more of my favorite recipes from the grill this summer season.
This time I used boneless pork ribs because it cooks faster without the bones, but this marinade is fantastic for chicken(any part) or beef too, both grilled and baked or perhaps pan sauteed.
Either way, you go you will love it if you do enjoy eating spicy food. However, for those that can’t handle spicy/hot food, reduce and adjust how you like.
It is a beautiful balance of sweet, savory, and spicy, a very playful flavor in your mouth once you take a bite, but the aroma will get you first.
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