Do you know that there are more than one way of enjoying bulgogi in Korean cuisine? You can grill bulgogi and wrap it with lettuce. You can have some broth and cellophane noodles in your bulgogi. Your buglgo can have several vegetalbes in it to fry together such as onion and carrot. Today, I will share a delicious way to enjoy your bulgogi. This type calls BaSsak Bulgogi in Korean and bassak means “dry off” in English. So this specific bulgogi originated from EonYang city in Korea has no broth or liquid. It has great flavor as other bulgogi has but it will have it’s own good texture to make it more tasty. In addition to the bulgogi, I will share a declious Korean spicy green onion salad you eat with your Korean B.B.Q dishes. The raw green onion with spicy, sweet, and sour sauce give wonderful taste for your bulgogi when you eat with it.
Yield: 2 Servings