Monday 20 June 2016

Chicken Bulgogi


I’m not really a fan of Korean dish.  But my hubby and children love Charcoal Korean BBQ and we’ll have Korean BBQ at home quite frequent. 
I got this idea from Diana, The Domestic Goddess Wannabe.  It’s so easy to make as long as you have all the Korean sauce ready.  This is a dish that I will cook if I’m running out of idea what to cook. 
 I haven’t been to Korea.  But I’m so blessed to have friends who will not forget to bring stuff for me whenever they go Korea.   This Korean Hot Pepper Powder and Sesame Seeds are from Serene.  My best friend whom I know since we were 14 years old.  Serene is homemaker and she cooks well.  Whenever she has something interesting or new, she will always share it with me. 
Good friends share good times and also good stuff.



300g         Chicken breast, skin removed, and sliced
2 tbsp       Spicy bulgogi marinade [I skipped]
2 tbsp       Korean BBQ sauce
2 tbsp       Korean chilli paste
1 tbsp        Korean red pepper powder
1 small      Onion, thinly sliced
1/2 tsp      Korean sesame oil
1 tsp          Korean sesame seeds


(1)Marinate chicken with spicy bulgogi sauce, Korean BBQ sauce, chilli paste and red chilli powder. Set aside in the fridge for 2 hours.

(2)Saute onions in olive oil until soft, about 2-3 minutes. Add chicken and stir occasionally to "grill" the chicken.

(3)When chicken is cooked through, add sesame oil and sesame seeds.

(4)Serve immediately, garnished with more sesame seeds, if desired.

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