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Bulgogi 불고기 (Korean marinated beef strips) Set Lunch...

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In today's travel video we decided to eat bulgogi at a traditional Korean sitdown restaurant. Bulgogi (불고기) literally means "fire meat", and it consists of marinated beef strips cooked at your table. The meat simmers in a sweet sauce with mushrooms, onions, and garlic. You can eat this meal the traditional way by rolling the meat up in a leaf, or you can enjoy it by itself the way we do. Bulgolgi, is one of the most popular dishes for foreigners because it more closely resembles tastes from back home than other Korean dishes which tend to be very spicy.

Korean set meals are some of the best value lunches and dinners you can have anywhere in the country. Portions tend to be overly generous and even if you arrive with an enormous appetite, the chances you actually being able to finish all of the main and side dishes is slim to none. On weekends, we've often visited these kinds of set menu restaurants that are typically based around a particular Korean meat and/or fish dish; vegetarian options are much harder to come by in Korea.

This particular meal came with a side of sweet purple rice infused with dates, as well as an assortment of smaller side dishes including pumpkin and potato mash, kimchi, seaweed, and raw octopus -- which we both refused to try. Normally, we have really adventurous taste-buds but not on this particular day.

The total for this two person lunch came to 16,000 won, which is roughly $14 USD. Not a bad price for a feast of lunch! For a meal that offers such great value, we certainly plan on coming back again very soon: http://nomadicsamuel.com/video-blog/korean-marinated-beef-bulgogi-for-lunch

오늘의 여행 비디오에서 우리는 한국의 전통 sitdown 레스토랑에서 불고기를 먹고하기로 결정했다. 불고기 (불고기) 문자로 "화재 고기"를 의미하고, 그것은 당신의 테이블에 요리 절인 쇠고기 스트립으로 구성되어 있습니다.고기 버섯, 양파, 마늘과 달콤한 소스에 서서히 끓는. 당신은 잎에서 고기를 롤업하여 식사를하기 전통적인 방법으로 먹을 수 있습니다, ​​또는 당신은 그 자체로 우리가 길을 즐길 수 있습니다. 좀 더 밀접하게 아주 매운 경향이 다른 한국 요리보다 고향의 맛과 비슷하기 때문에 Bulgolgi, 외국인을위한 가장 인기있는 요리 중 하나입니다.

Bulgogi (Korean pronunciation: [pulɡoɡi]) or neobiani[1] is a Korean dish that usually consists of grilled marinated beef, chicken or pork. It is listed at number 23 on World's 50 most delicious foods readers' poll compiled by CNN Go in 2011.[2]
The word Bulgogi (불고기) literally means "fire meat" in Korean, derived from Pyongan dialect, equivalent to neobiani in Seoul dialect. It refers to cooked marinated meat, applied old traditional grilling techniques.

Bulgogi is believed to have originated during the Goguryeo era (37 BC--668 AD) when it was originally called maekjeok (맥적), with the beef being grilled on a skewer.[4] It was called neobiani (너비아니), meaning "thinly spread" meat,[5] in the Joseon Dynasty and was traditionally prepared especially for the wealthy and the nobility class.[6]
[edit]Preparation and serving

Bulgogi, Korean grilled beef
Bulgogi is made from thin slices of sirloin or other prime cuts of beef.[7] Before cooking, the meat is marinated to enhance its flavour and tenderness with a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, garlic, pepper and other ingredients such as scallions, onions or mushrooms, especially white button mushrooms or shiitake. Sometimes, cellophane noodles are added to

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