Spicy Korean Kalbi Skewers

Spicy Korean Kalbi Skewers

spicy korean kalbiOne of my favorite Asian dishes is Kalbi Short Ribs.  I love the sweet salty taste of this barbecued beef.  Recently the Korean barbecue place by my house added Spicy Kalbi to their menu, it’s delicious!  Now I’ve been making my version of Kalbi for quite some time now.  I use boneless short ribs and place them on bamboo skewers to make kabobs.  It’s sort of my version of the now famous LA food truck offering they call Kalbi Tacos.  Well I decided that I should make Spicy Korean Kalbi Skewers to add to our regular Sunday night barbecues.

To make this Spicy Korean Kalbi Skewers I used my basic kalbi marinade recipe and added a bit of Sriracha sauce to give it a bit of a kick.  Super easy!  I make plenty, at least 20 skewers, they go quickly.  We never have left overs!

Served with steamed white rice and a side of spicy kim chee Spicy Korean Kalbi Skewers make a filling meal.  By the way you can use boneless chicken thighs instead of short ribs.

Here’s the recipe!

Ingredients:

3 lbs. thin cut boneless beef short ribs

1 cup soy sauce

1/2 cup brown sugar

1 tbls. finely ground fresh ginger

1/4 cup sesame oil

2 tbls. minced garlic

1 tbls. white sesame seeds

1 tbls. black sesame seeds available at Asian Markets

2 stalks green onions – chopped

1/4 cup sriracha sauce

Bamboo skewers

Directions:

Cut short ribs (or chicken thighs) into strips (you should be able to get 3 strips from each short rib)

Combine the rest of the ingredients in a bowl.

Mix until sugar dissolves.

Pour marinade into a large ziplock bag.

Place meat in bag and shake until all meat is coated with marinade.

Marinate in the fridge overnight.

Soak bamboo skewers in water for about 10 minutes.

Thread meat on to skewers.

Grill to desired doneness.  About 3-5 minutes, don’t over cook.

Serve hot.
spicy kalbi skewers

Spicy Korean Kalbi Skewers
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Sweet, salty beef or chicken kabobs with a bit of spice!
Servings
18 - 20 Sticks
Servings
18 - 20 Sticks
Spicy Korean Kalbi Skewers
Print Recipe
Sweet, salty beef or chicken kabobs with a bit of spice!
Servings
18 - 20 Sticks
Servings
18 - 20 Sticks
Ingredients
Servings: Sticks
Instructions
  1. Cut short ribs (or chicken thighs) into strips (you should be able to get 3 strips from each short rib)
  2. Combine the rest of the ingredients in a bowl.
  3. Mix until sugar dissolves.
  4. Pour marinade into a large ziplock bag. .
  5. Place meat in bag and shake until all meat is coated with marinade.
  6. Marinate in the fridge overnight.
  7. Soak bamboo skewers in water for about 10 minutes.
  8. Thread meat on to skewers.
  9. Grill to desired doneness. About 3-5 minutes, don't over cook.
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Palitaw – Coconut & Sesame Seed Topped Sticky Rice Dumplings

Palitaw – Coconut & Sesame Seed Topped Sticky Rice Dumplings

Palitaw (Sticky Rice Dumplings) with Coconut and Toasted Sesame Seeds

Palitaw means “to surface or to float”. It is also the name of a popular Filipino snack,  flat oval-shaped pieces of rice dough cooked in boiling water until they float to the surface.  

Palitaw is one of the best meriendas (snack) and panghimagas (dessert) in Philippines. It’s a chewy sweet rice cake made from malagkit (sticky rice).

Making this yummy snack is pretty easy, we make this once or twice a week.   You’ll enjoy it paired with, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, or milk,  with cold drinks like Lemon Grass Ginger Ice Cold Tea.

If you’re looking for more merienda recipes check out our Merienda Series  including “Halo-Halo ” Filipino Iced Mixed Fruit DessertHalayang Ube (Purple Yam Jam)Banana Lumpia – TuronBibingka GalapongPuto Cheese (Steamed Rice Cake with Cheese)Mais con Yelo – Refreshing Filipino SnackBananas in Syrup – Minatamis na Sabang SagingBanana Que – Fried Banana SkewersPancit Palabok – Filipino Noodle DishBiko (Sweet Rice Cake) TreatFilipino Beef Empanada Recipe and Champorado: Filipino Chocolate Rice Porridge!

 

Ingredients:

2 cups glutinous rice flour

1 cup grated coconut

½ cup sesame seeds, roasted

½ cup granulated sugar

1 cup water

 

Directions:

Combine glutinous rice flour, water and mix until dough is formed.

Scoop out  2 tbsp. of dough and roll it into a ball.

Flatten the ball  using the palm of your hands to make it oval shaped.

Bring water to boil in a large pot.

Drop in flattened dough.  It will sink to the bottom.

When the dough floats up remove from water with a slotted spoon, drain, and set aside.

Combine sugar and roasted sesame seeds and  mix well.

Roll the rice cake in grated coconut then in the sugar-sesame seed mixture.

Arrange in a serving plate.

Serve with hot or cold drinks.

 

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Palitaw (Sticky Rice Dumplings) with Coconut and Toasted Sesame Seeds
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4-5 people
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4-5 people
palitaw
Palitaw (Sticky Rice Dumplings) with Coconut and Toasted Sesame Seeds
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Servings
4-5 people
Servings
4-5 people
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Combine glutinous rice flour, water and mix until dough is formed.
  2. Scoop about 2 tbsp. of dough and roll it into a ball.
  3. Flatten the ball using the palm of your hands to make it oval shaped.
  4. Bring water to boil in a large pot.
  5. Drop in flattened dough. It will sink to the bottom.
  6. When the dough floats up remove from water with a slotted spoon, drain, and set aside.
  7. Combine sugar and roasted sesame seeds and mix well.
  8. Roll the rice cake in grated coconut then in the sugar-sesame seed mixture.
  9. Arrange in a serving plate.
Recipe Notes

You can buy glutinous rice or glutinous rice flour in all Asian Markets in your place.

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