Thursday, August 16, 2012

Recipe 4: BBQ Korean Hawt Dish

So, lets take off or get it off with today's on the menu... it one of my favorite Korean dishes evar... very hawt & a wee bit spicy or hawt..... but still very nice... so yeah, I fancy it a hell lot... when its winter time... its gettin me warmed up in the winter season so yeah, here we go:

1. Get some Beef, Chicken, Pork, or Fish or any other meat of ya fancy or imagination... mince them or dice them or whateva... preheated oven 350-375  Celsius

2. Get them or on some skewers... or put them on some brochettes so its easier to BBQ...

3. Get them on the BBQ grill, & brush on or get on it some Korean BBQ sauce, which I will post pic later on... so stay tuned.

4. Get them off it when its all done & golden, or tested till perfect... or perfectly grilled or BBQued. XDD

5. Eat with or accompany along with some Kimchi, its a Korean sort of marinated veggies or some U-don noodles... enjoy, it doth warm ya heart indeed... have ya ever eaten it? I have several times & i must declare, its quite good & it heats up my heart or takes aways my pain whenever I eat this.  So yeah, I'd like to share this with ya all... just in case ya like BBQ, I'd urge ya to try it out, experience it or whateva! XDD How would ya rate if ya did eat it? If not, are ya enticed by its pix or images? & Plus, which meat do ya usually choose when eatin it? Next up as promised, would be bout some ideas on what to do with or along with sauces of all kinds.

General Appreciation of it: 

Really like or digg it or take a fancy or delight in it, but yeah, a wee bit too hawt for the tongue the first time, so yeah, be careful with it.... A wee bit too sweet for me sometimes... I loved the Kimchi that came alon with it.... & some Korean soup or some Udon noodles with it...... so yeah, in fact, love it in general.... but yeah, as I've said, a word of warning or piece of advice, don't stick ya tongue in it first thing, smell it beforehand, because of its hawtness or its tang or its zest, in the sense of really being too hot so yeha.... Eat it durin winter, I'll be reiterating it...




11 comments:

Kaynil said...

Nice tip. I hope I can get my hands on that Korean Sauce. :)

Thanks for the tip, thaat sounds like a fast and tasty dish. How well does it goes with rice?

Naiwen said...

Well, it works or sits well with rice, just a bowl of it, because its an Asian dish? So anythin Asian would work well with rice...

Kaynil said...

Thanks, Naiwen.

I think anything sits well with rice. Rice is such a good side dish.=9

Naiwen said...

yeah, even just plain sauce with it..

Yggdra said...

I can't recall, but I think restaurants also serve these as well, right? I think I had them before, but I just have a poor memory.

Naiwen said...

yep, ya may go to one Chinese one to get one or order one... XDD

Demonskeith said...

sounds and looks like it taste good, but I'm not a fan of spicy food. Just makes me thirsty for water.

Naiwen said...

Sorry to hear that Keith, but it makes a very fine dish instead, a wee bit salty or spicy, I'd give ya that or it... Anyways, Keith, why? I love it... one of mine favorites... XDDD To eat with friends or alone... or just me...

ramtastic05 said...

My one suggestion is to make the steps more easier to understand, such as the temperature to cook things at and how to prepare them, because I can't cook and need a lot of help getting started.

Hotspot said...

Interesting recipe. I love hawt foods!

Naiwen said...

Glad to hear it...