Jeyuk-bokkeum simply means spicy stir-fried pork, and the translation of this savory Korean dish would probably give you an idea how long – or how short – it would take you to create one.
This still falls under the barbecue-type of Korean food, but as with many of the Korean dishes, this leans toward the spicy and orange shade would most likely be a warning sign to many. Worry not, Korean food might be spicy but they are always flavorful and amazing in many ways.
For jeyuk-bokkeum, the popular pork cut choices would be the pork belly and the shoulder for its celebrated fatty layers (think samgyupsal-ish). As with many of the Korean barbecue sauces, the major point of its taste is gochujang, gochugaru, soy sauce and sugar. Then you serve it with or over rice, with typical Korean banchan as well as ssam wraps for a more dynamic eating experience.
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