Korean Grilled Flank Steak Ssam #FWCon #GrillTalk

Korean Grilled Flank Steak Ssam #FWCon #GrillTalk

My recipe for Korean Grilled Flank Steak Ssam was entered in the 2015 Certified Angus Beef® Brand Recipe Contest as part of the Food and Wine Conference. I received no compensation for this post. All opinions are my very own. What is flank steak? Flank steak is the cut of beef that comes from the abdominal muscles of the cow. I'm using Certified Angus Beef® flank steak for this dish which is one of my favorite cuts of beef. I find it packed with flavor and very versatile - I use it for stir-fries, soups, and braises. This dish is even great as leftovers - warm or cold. Grilling a whole flank steak also makes it very easy to feed a crowd and it's ready in no time so you spend less time in front of the grill and more time socializing! What is dwaenjang? Dwaenjang is a Korean fermented soybean paste. It is very similar to miso, but much more pungent and less sweet. Dwaenjang really stands up to beef, but doesn't overpower it. The heat really mellows out the pungency of this ...

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Bindaetteok (mung bean pancakes) #SundaySupper

This week’s #SundaySupper theme is Home for the Holidays hosted by Beate Weiss-Krull at GalactoPDX. We’re sharing holiday food traditions or our family favorite recipes. Growing up, the “American” portion of Christmas dinner was always a repeat of Thanksgiving dinner – the big Butterball turkey, stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. The “Korean” portion of the…

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Happy New Year! (Duk Mandoo Guk)

Traditionally, dduk mandoo guk (dumpling soup with rice cake) is eaten on new year’s day. And typically, the soup uses a beef-based broth and the mandoo (dumpling) filling includes ground beef. As I have mentioned in previous posts, my DH stopped eating meat a couple of years ago, but still eats seafood. My challenge this year…

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Hobak Jun or Fried Zukes

Jun (or jeon) is a typical Korean side dish and is quick and easy to make. The best thing about this dish is that my two toddlers love it…miracles of all miracles. I prefer the smaller zucchinis since they seem to have more flavor than the larger varieties and the small slices just seem right…

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I heart Kimchi Jigae

Continuing with the theme of “The Nine Lives of Kimchi”… I actually saved the same jar of percolating kimchi that I used last time. Surprisingly enough, it was still usable and it had actually reached perfect sourness for kimchi jigae. Awesome. I have made various versions of kimchi jigae in the past 20 or so years of my…

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