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Recipe: Beef Bulgogi and Kimchi Wrap

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Recipe: Beef Bulgogi and Kimchi Wrap
Hey guys, how are you doing? Been a while since I asked that. Feel like my blog is getting so mainstream now. Sorry about that, a girl gotta find dough to feed herself. Just want to give you a quick update that the blog would be more alive again next week. Do expect daily posting on the blog by then! Teehee. Anyways, can you believe that there is only 6 more months to 2016?! Oh how time flies. Have any of you fulfill your New Year Resolutions like losing weight or eating healthy?

Seriously I'm so bad in keeping up with the goals I set for myself. But you know what I still got 6 months and this year, it's gonna come true! I wanna learn to eat healthy for a change and to also loose those weight off. Hopefully I still have time until my gym membership expires. heh. Anyone wants to be my gym buddy or fitness motivator? How? Whenever you see me post food on my social medias, asked me if I have exercise for that day. I bet I would be embarrassed like shit to reply you if I haven't and it could make me exercise there and then. lol

So anyways, as you all know, I'm a die hard Korean fan! Love all things Korean, from the country to the music, fashion, beauty and food. haha. Recently I went for a food event by Missions Food and guess who I got to meet?! It was the winner of MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA season two, ADAM LIAW. He was there to promote his collaboration with Missions Food, shall tell you more about that tomorrow. So stay tune!

Anyways, he shared with us some of his recipes that he came up with in collaboration with Missions Food and I thought why not share it with y'all? It's only a 5 steps recipe, but the ingredient list is a lot!
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Beef Bulgogi and Kimchi Wrap (Serves 6)

Ingredients
Bulgogi
1kg very thinly sliced beef topside
1 small brown onion, peeled and roughly chopped
1 nashi pear, peeled and cored
6 garlic cloves, peeled
½ cup soy sauce
2 tbsp caster sugar
2 tbsp honey
1 tbsp sesame oil, plus 2 tbsp sesame oil, for frying
¼ cup cold water
1 tbsp toasted sesame seeds

To serve:
6 Korean sesame leaves (perilla)
3 cups shredded lettuce
3 cups kimchi, sliced
1 cup Japanese mayonnaise
2 large green chillies, thinly sliced
6 Mission garlic wraps

Method:
1. For the bulgogi, combine the onion, nashi, garlic, soy saue, sugar, honey and 1 tbsp sesame oil in a food processor and process to a smooth paste. 

2. Combine with the beef and marinade overnight. 

3. Heat the extra sesame oil in a large frypan and fry the bulgogi in batches until well caramelised. 

4. Scatter with the sesame seeds.

5. To serve, lay a sesame leaf on each wrap and top with the lettuce, kimchi, mayonnaise and chillies. Wrap and serve.
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This is one of his five wrap recipe that he have came up with. I shall try doing this during the weekend. Anyways you guys can also try them out and tag me if you done them? Would love to see how they turn out :)


If you're thinking of where to get Kimchi, you can check out Kimchi Jars. They are freshly made kimchi in a Jar. Pretty much straight forward. You can check them out HERE.

Happy Cooking!
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