#NCooks Baked Samgyupsal

"Samgyupsal" every week - this is how I am pre-pandemic. Every "aya" from friends would always be "Tara, samgyup?" because why not? Who doesn't love Samgyupsal right????? Fast forward to present - its been a year after lockdown was imposed (well yeah, we're still on lockdown technically lol) One Saturday morning and I was craving for Samgyupsal.. so I thought of trying something new as I had few ingredients ready. 


Ingredients: 

πŸ”ΈMEAT MARINATE:
πŸ₯“ 250g bacon cut pork
πŸ₯“ 1 tbsp gochujang
πŸ₯“ 3 tbsp tomato ketchup
πŸ₯“ 2 tbsp sugar
πŸ₯“ 1 tbsp soy sauce
πŸ₯“ 1 tbsp sesame oil
πŸ₯“ 1 tbsp gochugaru / red pepper flakes

πŸ”ΈKIMCHI RICE
🍚 1 tbsp cooking oil
🍚 3/4 c kimchi
🍚 3 cups rice
🍚 1 tbsp gochujang
🍚 1 tbsp soy sauce

🍳 2 Eggs
πŸ§€ Grated Cheese (Quickmelt)
▪️ 1 tsp Sesame seeds
☘️ Lettuce or Seaweed - I used perilla leaves as it was available at the Korean Mart





1. In a bowl, add the pork belly (beef) together with the gochujang, tomato ketchup, sugar, soy sauce, sesame oil and red pepper flakes - mix together and leave for 30 minutes and fry!
2. For the Kimchi Rice - cut the kimchi into small pieces, put in a pan, add gochujang, salt and sugar. Add rice and combine together - as easy as cooking the usual fried rice
3. Beat the eggs and cook on a pan - cut into thin strips and set aside.
4. Assembly - first layer would be the kimci rice - put the eggs on top of the kimchi rice and add the grilled pork belly/beef add some gochujang and cheese om top.
5. Preheat oven and bake for 8 to 10 minutes
6. ENJOY!

This recipe is as 1, 2 3 right? Feel free to add veggies to your preference. My sisters and I enjoyed it and yes samgyupsal cravings satisfied! 

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