A Taste of Home, Kalbi Rib Dinner

Oh my gravy all over my two scoop rice, that’s OMG!  in my world if you’re just joining in
Recently, I discovered our local Carniceria and what a find!  It’s a Butcher’s Shop and man oh man, am I a happy camper.
Back home in Hawaii, we would have take-out from this small Korean restaurant and they made the best Kalbi or Galbi Ribs. This particular dish requires a specific cut of Beef Short Rib, it’s called Flanken and I had yet to find that here! 

WELL!
Look what I found 

AND I just so happen to have brought back from Hawaii on this last trip, Noh Foods Korean Barbecue MixDOUBLE YAY!!
 

I got to work pretty quickly on this dish.

Super simple, I made a bag with my FoodSaver, chopped up a bunch of Green Onions, mixed the contents of that dry mix with Water and Vegetable Oil and some toasted Sesame Seeds, chucked everything into that bag and sealed it. I parked the Ribs in the `fridge on a rimmed baking sheet over night.

The next evening, I fired up my grill and it was almost time for grind!
Earlier that day, I went over to our favorite Sushi take-out joint and collected two trays of different Sushi to go with our local-style feast.

I also put together My Quick Cucumber Kim Chee and a fresh pot of Rice.

*BELCH*  excuse me 

THAT was ONO!!

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2 thoughts on “A Taste of Home, Kalbi Rib Dinner

  1. Aileen Shea May 26, 2020 at 11:31 am Reply

    Pinterest has a really good Kalbi sauce recipe that calls for an Asian pear or any pear if you can’t find Asian pears. To me it’s the best recipe that I found, better than the Noh mix. The Carniceria’s have good flanken ribs most of the time, although they are often fattier than we would like. Sometimes you can get lucky and find nice ones at Albertson’s or Fry’s.

    • auntiedoni May 27, 2020 at 9:50 am Reply

      WOW! I’ll look for that, thanks and thanks for stopping by 🙂

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