Grilled galbi is traditionally cooked on a charcoal or wood grill, but SABER grills this Korean short rib with all the right flavor, if not more.
Grilling is a main source of cooking in many Asian cultures. Traditionally, it is done on a wood or charcoal grill or an outdoor griddle. But that doesn’t mean that your SABER® gas grill can’t cook the perfect Asian cuisine for dinner… Because it can…
Korean barbecue is often overshadowed by Chinese fast food joints. But Bulgogi (thinly sliced beef sirloin), Galbi/Kalbi (beef short ribs) and Samgyupsal Gui (grilled pork belly) are popular Korean dishes that you can easily grill at home.
Grilled Galbi is a marinated grilled beef short rib that is either butterflied or cut across the bone thinly.
Traditionally, Galbi is served as the main entree with rice, doengang jjigae (soybean paste stew) and kimchi.
But another favorite is to make ssam, which is a wrap. Layer a large red lettuce leaf with a spoonful of rice, slice of Galbi and dab of ssamjang (dipping sauce). If you want a spicier wrap, try adding a spoon of gochujang, a Korean red chili paste.
You really can’t go wrong serving Galbi as the main entree or an appetizer.