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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Korean Beef Short Ribs And Brown Rice Deluxe!




I can't find beef short ribs anywhere in this area except at Sam's Club.. I love the Korean version of this cut of meat, and look forward to it every time I buy the ribs!
I marinate them for a full 24 hrs. in a rice wine vinegar, minced garlic, hosin, soy sauce, honey, sesame oil, minced onion, and white pepper mix that gives a wonderful depth of Asian flavor I seem to be hooked on lately! You must cut the ribs as shown, to achieve an optimum flavor and tenderizing effect. Unlike pork ribs, that are best cooked low and slow, the beef short ribs are broiled at a high heat for 10-12 minutes a side...Baste throughout cooking with the simmered marinade(safer!) and enjoy! The brown rice was dolled up with celery and onion- with a bit of the marinade for an enhanced flavor..
Our meal is waiting as I write this..couple of more photos, and we're done!

49 comments:

blueviolet said...

They're still tender even with such a short cook time? That flavor sounds fantastic!

doggybloggy said...

these look great and its a cooking time I can relate to.....

Brian Miller said...

i always feel like i want to lick the computer screen when i come here...the mix of flavors sounds yummy...thanks for the warm wishes for my mom. smiles.

Chris said...

I haven't done short ribs the Korean way but it always looks so good when I see it done with this preparation.

Jeff B said...

These sound and look great! I seem to gravitate towards pork ribs, but perhaps the next time I get the rib urge I change my ways.

Pam said...

Great idea to use some of the marinade to flavor the rice! Now, why have I never thought of that!

Chef E said...

Nice, I have made them, just not this way, so its on my 'to do' list...I love rice, and yours looks fantastic!

Martha@Menagerie said...

Mmmm, they sure do look good! I'm going to have to try these!

highlandsranchfoodie said...

I have a friend who is Korean and she took me to H-mart. I want to try Korean Ribs along with alot of other Korean specialties that she has suggested. So much food, so little time. Thanks for the post BD

Marjie said...

Under the broiler is the way I like to cook everything! They look great. I hope your wife didn't have to wait too long for you...

Dana said...

After spending a year in Korea, I am a HUGE fan of the food! These look yummy!

The Blonde Duck said...

Those sound amazing!

G-Man said...

Isn't it funny that what used to be a cheap unwanted cut of meat is so 'special' now?

Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

You always make me ravenously hungry when I stop by here... ;)

Those look absolutely delicious! I haven't been able to find any beef short ribs in this area except for BJ's (because they're closer to where I am than Sam's Club is...*grin!*) Now I'm adding them to my shopping list for my bi-monthly shopping tomorrow... :)

buffalodick said...

BlueV- It's the 24 hr. marinade!
DogB- Charcoal would have been even better!
Brian- I really love these beef ribs..
Chris- I had them in a Korean style restaurant once, and have tried to duplicate that flavor- this time worked out great!
Jeff- I'm more comfortable with pork ribs, but these are worth it!
Pam- I've cooked rice in chicken stock, tomato juice, beef stock, etc..
Chef- As close to Korean method I could manage..
Martha- My son called to rave about them, and he worked at a Korean restaurant when in High school..
Highlander- I wish I would have had time to make Kimchi...
Marjie- All worked out perfectly..
Dana- I have a Korean cook book this recipe came out of..
BlondeD- Hard to find cut of meat around here..
G-man- Doing a beef brisket for Christmas Eve.. hard to find here..
Stacy- They can be slow cooked in a German style too..

Barbara said...

Wonder why you can't find short ribs? I'll have to ask my sister if she can get them and where. (She finally made it up north.)
Anyway..the ribs look delish and your marinade has such wonderful flavors. Would love to try this.

Jen said...

mmm beef, mmm ribs. I still don't know, why is it I don't get invited over to your place more often?

Beth said...

YUM Uncle Buff!!!! and you gotta dress up brown rice, just so you can eat it! ;)

A Year on the Grill said...

I have a batch of these sitting in my freezer right now... from Sam's as you said... surprisingly good meat section there. Not at all Wal-Mart ish

UBERMOUTH said...

You're hired, Buffy!

I love ribs[but only like wild or basmati rice cooked in rose water].

Akelamalu said...

Ooooh ribs - yummy!

Kris said...

Love what you added to the rice! I love adding fresh ingredient to rice. Makes it so much better!

buffalodick said...

Barb- Down in Texas- easy, Michigan, harder!
Jen- Nobody comes to Michigan in the winter!
Beth- I just like a little extra flavor in rice..
Griller- All their beef is USDA Choice, and that sure helps!
Uber- Wild rice isn't rice- it's a marsh wild grown grain! I love it mixed with rice..
Ake- Beef ribs! Trickier to cook, but tasty!
Kris- I like rice, but it seems to need a little help..

Gloria said...

LOve this look absolutely yummy, nice recipe! gloria

buffalodick said...

Gloria- Welcome! Beef eaters can appreciate this cut of beef!

The Mistress of the Moonlight said...

I am so hungry after reading your blog posting...lol! Sounds excellent.

Jeanne said...

We did KFC tonight. I felt bad about it at the time, and now I feel even worse!

buffalodick said...

M.M.- Back to plain food tonight- Tacos!
Jeanne- Everytime I have that stuff, I have a long night ahead...

Liam said...

I liked your comment at Ubermouth's "if we didn't you'd be writing this in German" LOL well said.

buffalodick said...

Liam- I will not stand for bashing our country- even when I don't agree with everything we've done..

Katherine Aucoin said...

I've had a tought time finding beef short ribs here too. Your Asian ribs and rice sounds wonderful. I'm like you I get addicted to the smells and tastes, they are intoxicating!

Al Penwasser said...

Wow, this was a mistake. I'm getting a colonoscopy tomorrow (only TMI, I guess, if you personally know me!) and so I can't eat today. Probably shoulda stayed away from pictures and a story about great food. Guess I'll go lick the Burger King ads in the paper!

Just telling it like it is said...

They look delish but what is holisn

Shelly Rayedeane said...

I don't stand for bashing this country either. Thank goodness us Americans have freedom of speech ehh?

Ily said...

They look delicious! I need to get into brown rice.

Kate said...

Looks yummy and brown rice is so healthy. I wonder if this works with vegatarian substitute.

Kate x

The Peach Tart said...

I have trouble finding the Korean style short ribs in Atlanta too. This recipe sounds so yummy.

buffalodick said...

Katherine- I was going to do beef brisket for Dec. 24th, but i know the people there have never had it, so probably wouldn't appreciate it!
Al- I had one a few years back, and the fasting is a killer!
Darngirl- Hoisin is a thick liquid made from soy beans..Like soy sauce only much thicker..
Shelly- Yes!
Ily- Happy Birthday! Brown rice has a nutty flavor we like..
Kate- Welcome! I guess you could try..you would know more than I about meat substitutes!
Peach- I have to go to specialty stores to get the really unusual stuff!

JihadGene said...

Korean b-b-q is the best on the planet! I know.

buffalodick said...

Gene- Figured that you feel that way!

JihadGene said...

Buffalodick...
Gee, I wonder why? ;)

UBERMOUTH said...

What no new post? Are you on a liquid diet ,Buffy? :)

buffalodick said...

Uber- Plain old Tacos tonight.. and do me a small favor? Lay off Politics..we know what's wrong with ours, but it's like family- family will fix it. I thought hard about this, and no nation can throw rocks at another.. let's all clean up our own back yard first.

Jen said...

Yum. I'll have to see if I can find the short ribs at my local market.

buffalodick said...

Jen-Welcome to the blog! They are a little intimidating, but marinated until they yell- and cooking them quickly.. well, they sure eat good!

Just telling it like it is said...

Ahhh got ya

Al Penwasser said...

Buff-all went well. I was clean as a whistle, I'm groggier when I get up in the morning than when I woke up from my "procedure", and, after it was over, I ate like Rosie O'Donnell at Golden Corral.

pinknest said...

Short ribs! I made them not too long ago. Love them. Do you have Korean restaurants near you?

highlandsranchfoodie said...

Buff, just wanted to pop in and say thanks again for the White Chili recipe. My biggest and best clients had a fit over that soup, begged for the recipe and carried on and on. Plenty of red wine goes well with it also ;-)