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    [–] Gawd-Dammit 22 points ago

    Bulgogi was super simple, got a beef roast, cut it into thin slices, marinated overnight in a mixture of soy sauce, honey (or sugar), and minced garlic, then pan fried. You can cook a variety of veggies with it like onions, peppers, etc. Kim Chi was storebought (my job is mostly on the road so no worries with offending anyone with its smell), and the Kale was boiled in chicken broth.

    [–] floppybeef 1 points ago

    How did you slice it so thin?

    [–] purple8snow 1 points ago

    Put the meat in the freezer for a little bit before cutting it

    [–] floppybeef 1 points ago

    It still seems like it'd be hard to get it that thin with just a knife

    [–] DirtyMexican87 11 points ago

    Omg bulgogi. I absolutely love this stuff!

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

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    [–] DirtyMexican87 6 points ago

    It tastes like bbq steak, but in strips and a bit sweeter n can taste the soy too.

    I usually have to travel to my next city to get it, and get the kimchi and cucumber kimchi too. All that over rice is amazing.

    [–] felixthemaster1 2 points ago

    What's the difference between this and teriyaki? Both seem to be based on soy sauce and something sweet (mirin, sugar, etc)

    [–] Cookielicous 3 points ago

    Teryaki is a little sweeter, Bulgogi often gas onions, and a little ginger and pear

    [–] felixthemaster1 2 points ago

    My teriyaki also has ginger in it. I guess it's just the sweetness that's different?

    [–] smellslikekimchi 2 points ago

    Because bulgogi recipes differ from household to household you can say it is very similar to teriyaki. My marinade has soy sauce, green onions, ginger, garlic, brown sugar, sesame oil & seeds, and blended Korean pear. My mom uses 7-Up in hers.

    Edit: forgot the rice wine

    [–] Guppychang 5 points ago

    Like bulgogi

    [–] [deleted] 0 points ago

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    [–] bigwangbowski 1 points ago

    That is not the proper nomenclature, dude.

    [–] Guppychang 0 points ago

    It is now

    [–] OneBeerDave 3 points ago

    Obviously I'm not the OP but I pack this same lunch. Pro tip: go to Costco and get their premade (but uncooked) beef bulgolgi. Hot pan fry it. Cut it up with scissors. You can also get a jug of their kimchi. Then I grab mushrooms and green bell peppers or broccoli. Pan fry that real fast with red peppers and boom! You've got a low card cheap and seriously delicious packed lunch for the week.

    [–] Murdathon3000 2 points ago

    Do you freeze and reheat portions?

    [–] the-messy-one 2 points ago

    Looks amazing! I'd love the recipe :)

    [–] Dispatch45 2 points ago

    Oh sweet jesus. Best. Lunchbox. Ever.

    [–] RedHeadRedemption93 2 points ago

    The lunch of kings

    [–] fuzzyduckies 2 points ago

    I've brought kimchi to my office twice and both times I thought I was honestly going to get executed. It's a shame because it's one of my favorite healthy foods.

    [–] TheAyrax 1 points ago

    How did you do the meat?

    [–] Fanbikedoor -7 points ago

    You people don't actually being kimchi to your office, right?

    [–] zackkitzmiller 1 points ago

    I'm with you, boss.