Today I present you with my dukbokki recipe~ its kind of a mishmash once again, so not traditional, but what do you expect from here? v(￣∇￣)ﾆﾔｯ
This makes about 4 serving.
You basically have 4 parts.
1. Marinade the beef
2. Fry or boil your veggies
3. Boil your dok
4. Create spicy sauce in small pot
Beef: Marinade and then fry separately
Marinade: give it at least 10 min.
- cut beef into thin slices (recently I <3 shoulder)
- 1 garlic sliver sliced thinly
- 1 tea sesame oil
- 2 tbs honey
- 1/3 cup soy sauce
- some water (just turn your faucet on for a second)
- dash of pepper
- dash of sake (green bottle)
Veggies Ingredients :
- julienned carrots
- 2 bunches green onion
- 1 med. white onion
- some broccoli
- daikon or korean radish (sliced into sticks)~ this works well julienned also but add it later then
- zucchini (slices into sticks)
Saute them in a little bit of soysauce and water (remember broccoli and radish first, then onion, zucchini, followed last by green onion & julienned carrots)
Boil your Dok:
- duk (rice cakes, I prefer the thin kind)
- pot of water
- dash of fish sauce or dashi or kelp if you don't have it.
- 3 big spoonfuls of hot pepper paste (gochujang)
- 1 tbs sesame oil
- 1 tbsp honey
- 1 dash of mirin
- 1 tsp brown sugar (regulate depending on how sweet you like it)
- 1/2 tsp soy sauce
- 2 dashes korean corn syrup (i know i know but its so good....)
When veggies are fried and drained:
- add dok and beef to the wok or pan
- pour on the sauce and mix
- fry lightly for 1 min and serve!