This post is only for meat lovers.
While searching for a butcher shop yesterday, we stumbled into the most incredible international farmers market, which is actually right around the corner from us.
I haven't seen that many veggies, fruits and international goodies in a long time. That store is awesome and for sure The meat and fish department is amazing. They have everything you can even think of cutting up from an amimal. I wouldn't eat most of it, but my interest in seeing all of those weird things, was stronger than anything.
We bought thinly sliced short ribs (which we were not able to find in any grocery stores around here)
Brian's mom introduced me to Korean BBQ - Kal-Bi, it is so delicious, you need to try it! Very easy to make too.
KALBI are short ribs, cut on the cross-section. They are thin 1/2″ slices of ribs that are marinated in soy sauce, brown sugar, pear juice, garlic, ginger and sesame oil, but you can also use the marinade that comes in a jar.
Buy 2.2lbs of thinly sliced short ribs and marinade them in 0.45lbs Korean BBQ sauce for couple hours.
Don't you love raw meat pictures? :)
Put the ribs in a pan and fry each side for 4-5 min. We put ours into the oven to keep warm until all of them were done.
Besides the meat, we made baked potatoes as a side, with cheese and bacon/herb topping and sour cream.
The potatoes were washed, poked with a fork, oiled and salted and then baked in the oven 60min at 375°F.
Korean BBQ - KAL-BI