Bulgogi Lettuce Wraps
In this recipe tutorial, you’ll learn how to make Korean beef bulgogi with simple ingredients and turn it into a healthy appetizer for any occasions—including a certain sporting event kicking off this
With South Korea being front and center for the next two weeks, I am sharing this easy and delicious Bulgogi Lettuce Wraps recipe with you
Bulgogi is one of the most popular Korean recipes. Bulgogi is basically stir-fried or grilled beef. Bulgogi beef is thinly sliced and cooked after being marinated. I did a simple stir-fry for my recipe.
For the marinade, I used soy sauce, sugar, garlic, McCormick® Chili Powder and McCormick® Black Pepper, Coarse Ground. The chili powder and coarse ground black pepper really jazz up the plain marinade; they also add heat and peppery nuance to the beef!
While watching figure skating or snow boarding, dig in and enjoy this iconic Korean dish. The assembling and eating part will be fun, as you turn the bulgogi into fresh, crisp and healthy lettuce wraps. Top with kimchi, sink in and enjoy!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by McCormick®. The opinion and text are all mine.
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