Red Chili And Sesame Grilled Beef Short Ribs
You’re a liar if you say you don’t like Korean BBQ short ribs! With this recipe, we’ll show you how to get that Asian fusion flavor right in your very own home. Follow our guide to this Red Chili and Sesame Grilled Beef Short Ribs recipe and be prepared to witness flavors that will rock your tastebuds.
This recipe involves a traditional Korean spice that is used with many different meals – Gochujang paste! It’s a savory, sweet, and spicy pepper paste that is super popular in Korean cooking. When you put this delicious paste on recipes like this beef short ribs recipe, you will be in for a mouth-full of bursting flavor. Seriously! It’s one that you must try.
You can’t go wrong when smoking Korean ribs. They are super impressive to anyone who has the pleasure of tasting them. With the combined flavors of honey and gochujang paste, you are in for a thick, savory, sticky, and slightly spicy kick. If that wasn’t enough convincing for you, you’ll also be happy to know that this recipe is one of the easiest to make. Little effort with a huge return as we like to say. The marinade only calls for 5 ingredients: soy sauce, rice vinegar, gochujang, honey, and Dickey’s Everything but the Bagel Rub. Just throw the ingredients together in a bowl and marinate your ribs for at least 15 minutes. After that, you will end with the best grilled short ribs you’ve ever tasted.
Everyone eats with their eyes first! So, when you’re done, pair your fancy grilled short ribs with warm white rice and green onions for a pop of color. It’s very pretty to look at, and not to mention, delicious! Even the children will love them. They’re a perfect party food, as well as a comforting food that will keep you warm in the chilly weather. But don’t be mistaken, this Asian fusion dish can be enjoyed all year-round. So go on ahead and start to make your marinade. Within 35 minutes, you’ll have the real thing right in front of you instead of just a picture. Korean BBQ short ribs aren’t that much farther away.
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2 Lbs 1/4 to 1/2 in Bone in Beef Short Rib
2 Tbsp Dickey's Everything Bagel Rub
1/4 Cup Soy Sauce
1 Tbsp Rice Vinegar
2 Tbsp Gochujang Paste
1 Tbsp Honey
In a mixing bowl combine soy sauce, rice vinegar, gochujang, honey and Dickey’s Everything Bagel Rub. Add short ribs and stir to coat well. Marinate at least 15 minutes up to 1 hour.
Once marinated, grill ribs over medium heat approximately 4-5 minutes per side. Do not burn glaze.
Serve whole or cut into individual bone pieces. Serve with warm rice and green onions if you prefer.