This is a very traditional Korean dish. You can use the same marinate as the chicken recipe (below) and the same grilling method. You also can use beef short ribs, pork ribs, beef brisket and pork belly.
Chopped onion 4 table spoons
Chopped ginger 1 table spoon
Chopped garlic 1 table spoon
Chopped green onion 2 table spoons
Chopped shallot 1 table spoon
Kikkoman soy sauce ¼ cup
Sugar ¼ cup
Salt 1 teas spoon
Sesame oil 2 table spoons
Put marinade in food processor (except sesame oil) blend into thick sauce. Pour sesame oil last to mixture and mix it thoroughly. Transfer marinade to a mixing bowl and add beef. Keep in fridge for an hour. Place a large sheet of aluminum foil over your barbeque set and puncture small holes all over. Turn on your barbeque set to high and wait till it is really hot. Quickly transfer beef slices to the hot aluminum foil surface for four to three minutes and turn beef slices over and cook the other side for another four to three minutes. beef should be ready when you see burn marks. Transfer beef onto a plate and sprinkle sesame seed on top before serving.
A bowl of steamy hot rice and a slice of beef …….plus some Korean Kimchi. It is a meal for a King!