Recipe by M. Marie
"This is an easy, no-fuss way to enjoy the taste of bulgogi without having to marinate for hours or heat the grill. Served with steamed white rice and cabbage kimchee, it makes a tasty Korean-inspired meal, fast."
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lean ground beef
green onions, minced
roasted garlic, mashed
mirin (Japanese sweet wine)
Asian (toasted) sesame oil
1 1/2 teaspoons
ground black pepper
Burgers were delicious; my family can't wait for more!
Wow. Love this it came out great . Whole family loved it. I used thinly sliced venison for meat, it is now family favorite.
Wonderful recipe- I substituted a quarter cup of sake and two tablespoons of white sugar for the mirin. I also scrambled the ground beef mixture into medium chunks which we ate wrapped in lettuce leaves.
My daughter and I enjoyed the flavor of these but next time would cut down on the salt (in fact, I think the soy sauce alone adds enough salt). My husband wasn't a fan, but was able to eat them doused in sriracha. As other reviewers suggested, we ate these without a bun.
Amazing recipe. I served it with rice and my 1-year-old actually loved it. I loved it too. I didn't even have the sesame seeds or roast the garlic and it was still delicious. Also, I couldn't find the white sugar so I used brown sugar instead. I halved the recipe since I only bought one pound of ground beef (85/15) but kept the amount of green onions the same. Delicious.
Have to agree with the first reviewer that these are better without the bread. Quite a different burger. I guess I'll just call it Bulgogi Patties the next time I make it. Thanks.
As leftovers, they were better.
My family really enjoyed these burgers! They pan fried beautifully and the ingredients created a sweet, Korean flavored glaze on the outside of the patties. I served them with sesame noodles, but most of my family ate them on hamburger buns. Personally I think the bread hid the bulgogi flavor (my favorte part) so I just cut mine up and ate it by itself. For my family of 5 to all agree on a dish is a big deal, so I will certainly make these again....thanks for the great recipe!
this was pretty tasty.. i've never had bulgogi before so i have nothing to compare it with.. i thought the flavors were going to be a little more pronounced but me and bf still enjoyed it.. i did only use regular garlic, not roasted.. so that could be part of the reason.. plus i also left out the sugar (not a big fan of sweet) and used ground turkey for the beef.. worried it would be salty i used low sodium soy sauce and left out the salt.. but found myself needing to salt my patties at the end.. i used some cooking rice wine that i bought at the chinese store for the mirin.. all and all we liked the dish.. ty for the recipe
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 145
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