Looking forward to cooler weather? Me, too! With autumn just around the corner, I am preparing some delicious heart-warming recipes for you. I think you will truly love Kalbi Short Rib Bowls made easy and healthy with Lucky Foods.
The Lucky Foods family takes great pride in crafting wholesome Asian cuisine. "You will never find MSG, GMOs, added colors or preservatives in Lucky Foods. What you will find is wholesome produce and fresh, aromatic spices." Isn't that refreshing? I am so grateful to have been chosen to participate in the Lucky Foods Recipe Challenge. Honestly, there is nothing better than banging some pots together with products that are so full flavor and conveniently located at the grocery store. Further, it takes very little effort to get a sensational main dish meal like this one on the table.
The steps to making kalbi short rib bowls are so simple.
- brown the short ribs
- braise the meat in Lucky Foods Seoul Kalbi sauce, onions and a little chicken broth
- steam some rice or any grains you like
- gather your favorite topping: think fresh vegetables (cooked and raw) and sesame seeds
- drizzle with Lucky Kimchi Mayo +/or Seoul Gochujang
Pro tips: Kalbi Short Rib Bowls
- Take your time searing the short ribs. The more patient you are with the browning process the more flavor your final dish will have.
- For extra spicy zing add a drizzle of Lucky Foods Seoul Gochujang to your braise or bowl.
- Short ribs can be made 1 day in advance and reheated in sauce
- Any rice or whole grains will make a delicious bowl, so choose your favorite
Let's give a fond farewell to these sweltering summer days and open our kitchens to fall cooking. Do give my kalbi short rib bowls a try. I promise rave reviews. From my kitchen to yours, I hope you are always surrounded by those you love most gathered at the table.
So easy to prepare and full of flavor this Korean style short rib rice bowl can be garnished with your favorite toppings
6 boneless short ribs (about 2 pounds)
1 teaspoon kosher salt
½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons grapeseed or avocado oil
1 large sweet onion, thinly sliced
1 cup chicken broth
1 (12 oz.) bottle Lucky Foods Seoul Kalbi Sauce
3 cups hot cooked rice
Toppings: shredded raw carrots, sliced avocado, pickled red onion, steamed greens, fresh herbs, crisp-tender green beans
1 (12 oz.) bottle Lucky Foods Kimchi Mayonnaise
Garnish: toasted sesame seeds
- Heat oven 350F.
- Season short ribs with salt and pepper.
- Heat Dutch oven over medium-high heat and then add oil. Sear short ribs on all sides until golden brown. Transfer short ribs to a plate.
- Add onions to the pan. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes or until softened.
- Add chicken broth stirring up any browned bits on bottom of pan. Stir in kalbi sauce. Return short ribs and any accumulated juices to pan. Cover and place in oven.
- Braise short ribs for 2 hours, turning meat in sauce after 1 hour. The meat will be tender, but not falling apart.
- Build your meal by adding a short rib and hot rice to your bowl. Spoon some pan juices on top. Add your favorite topping and a drizzle of kimchi mayonnaise. Sprinkle with sesame seeds.
To add a little extra spicy kick drizzle bowl with Lucky Foods Gochujang
- Prep Time: 15 minutes
- Cook Time: 2 hours
- Category: main dish
- Method: stove top/oven
- Cuisine: Asian
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Check out Lucky Foods web site to find more great recipes and learn about the inspiring Jo family achieving the American dream. You can buy their products on-line or find them locally at Whole Foods, Giant, Acme and Food Lion.
I hope you will try my Lucky Foods appetizer, too Kalbi Chicken Steam Buns