Korea Short Ribs = KALBI - deep, sweet, garlic-tinged flavor of Korean barbecue
Boneless short rib steaks are so popular in Korea that they're one of the most expensive cuts of meat. But in the Canada and the U.S., where we're still relative short rib newbies, it's usually much less expensive than other steaks — and, it doesn't require the long hours of braising many people associate with short ribs.
Just bathe the meal for an hour or so in our recipe provided you've got Korean barbecue at home.
Eat them on their own, cut them into lettuce wraps, or add them to a quick rice bowl, along with kimchi, store-bought pickled daikon, and a raw egg yolk.
Fool your friends and your family with this amazing recipe. Tastes just like you had them in an authentic korean restaurant.