Meat in Korean dishes

In South Korea, there are table grills which are used for different dishes, such as Bulgogi. It is meat marinated in soy sauce which, like all main Korean dishes has a side dish of vegetables . It’s quite a simple dish, but so delicious you have to try it. And why not begin by preparing it!
It’s a homely dish around which your family or friends can gather. Kimchi is a side dish ideal for big meat dishes

For 4 people

• 2 onions
• 20g of carrots
• “shiitake” mushrooms (regular mushrooms are fine)
• 10g of leeks
• Peppers, etc.
• 4 tbsp of soy sauce

• 1 tbsp of cooking rice wine (Matsul)
• 1 tbsp of pineapple juice
• 1 tbsp of pear juice
• 1 tbsp of sesame oil
• 2 tsp of sugar
• 1 tsp of chopped garlic
• 1/4 tsp of ground pepper
• 5 tbsp of water
• Ginger powder


1 – Cut the meat into very fine slices.
2 – Cut the mushrooms into rings.
3 – Cut the leeks, the onions and the carrots into slices.
4 – Mix all of the ingredients to make the dressing.


Leave the preparation to cool in the refrigerator for a few hours

5 – Put the meat in a saucepan.
6 – Once it’s nearly cooked, add the leeks, peppers etc. until it’s cooked.


The meat should not be cooked for too long to keep it tender

Some Korean meat dishes

Galbi jjim : Beef rib stew


Bulgogi (also known as neobiani) : thinly sliced, grilled and marinated beef


Japchae : sautéed vegetables, beef and noodles


Dubu jeongol : thin slices of seasoned beef stuffed between two slices of tofu and tied together watercress

Sogalbi gui : grilled beef ribs


Dwaejigalbi gui : grilled pork ribs


Dangnalgae gui : grilled chicken wings


Jeonju bibimbap : boiled rice with beef and mixed vegetables in the Jeonju style


Cheonggukjang jjigae : grilled pork with red pepper paste