Korean spicy stir-fried pork (Jeyukbokkeum:제육볶음)

Korean spicy stir-fried pork (Jeyukbokkeum:제육볶음)

http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/doejibulgogi
Korean style spicy stir-fried pork. It’s called doejibulgogi, doejigogi bokkeum, or jeyukbokkeum. The recipe is very easy and fast.
Song: Jaurim’s “I’m my fan” (팬이야)

Ingredients (for 4 servings):
600 grams(1 ½ pound) of pork belly (or pork shoulder), hot pepper paste, onion, garlic, ginger, green onions, green chili pepper, hot pepper paste, hot pepper flakes, natural brown sugar, soy sauce, black ground pepper, sesame oil, roasted sesame seeds, and lettuce.

Directions:
1. In a thick bottomed wok or pan, add these ingredients:
o 1½ pounds (600 grams) of pork belly of bite size pieces about ¼ inch thick
o 1 sliced medium onion, 3 chopped green onions
o 4 cloves of minced garlic, ½ ts minced ginger
o 1 chopped green chili pepper (optional)
o 1/3 cup hot pepper paste
o 2 tbs hot pepper flakes
o 2 tbs natural brown sugar
o 1 tbs soy sauce
o ½ ts black ground pepper
o 2 ts of sesame oil
2. Heat up the pan over high heat.
3. Mix and stir all ingredients with a wooden spoon, until the pork is cooked thoroughly. It’ll take about 10 minutes and the onion will look translucent and mushy when it’s done
4. Transfer it to a serving plate and serve with a bowl of rice, some lettuce, a few more side dishes (if you want), some soup, and kimchi.
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19 comments

  1. shristi gurung

    hi can i do this recipe w beef? like stir fry beef kind 

  2. TALILAH K J Roberts

    Yummy

  3. What ingredients did you use to make the pepper sauce +Maangchi 

  4. Love it, looks yummi to eat it wrapped in lettuce (:

  5. omg i love you lady!<3

  6. chiefmagistrate

    OMG! so happy i stumbled onto your channel, this is the 3rd vid i've seen and i'm a new sub! Every vid so far has me drooling and i cant wait to try. So happy you have the hot pepper paste recipe vid too. Thank you and keep it coming!!!! xoxo

  7. Samidella idella

    I have looked everywhere in my area for perilla leaves. Would mint be an acceptable substitute if I used a bit less such as 1 fresh mint leave broken over the meat in the lettuce? I think it would be bland without using any herb, but cilantro/parsley/ thai basil/curry leaves etc.. would be "inappropriate" to use and would alter the taste too much. Any advice would be welcome. I hate to try and drive the 100 miles into the Asian section of the city for 1 item, especially if it isnt in season. Thank you everybody for anything you can tell me as many of these wonderful recipes use perilla and I'd hate to leave out such a prominent ingredient (no pun intended:-).

  8. Mathew Browne

    how did the pork cook so fast? do i not have to soften the pork in the pressure cooker first?
    looks awesome!

  9. My son hates veggies. I made this qnd put chopped bok choy and carrots in it. He ate it and alkoet a whole head of romaine lettuce. He thought it was fun eating food wrapped in greens. Delicious. Today Im making it with squid

  10. catherine chong

    looks so delicious. May i know what kind of vegetable that you usually use to eat together with it? I dont know if i can find it somewhere around malaysia. Really looking foward to your new video. Thanks…

  11. Hazel Juanita Millan-Hoffman

    My family loves this dish, thank you for teaching us how to make it. It is one of my sons favorites.

  12. Maria Ingmar Sandoval

    Oh shit, is that my saliva on my shirt…..dang—your fault!

  13. Estella Regal

    Thank you. Very clear instructions. I will try this. Love this video!

  14. Pls update
    Other wise it's the Best!.!

  15. Iamqueen lea

    what's the other leaf aside from lettuce?

  16. Alex Ralston

    What kind of pepper do you use for a green chili pepper? Is it something found that an Asian-American? What is a good substitute an American market?

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