Korean Style Spicy Grilled Pork

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Pardon the ugly photo. I took this photo only after my mum ate it and I had no chance to plate it properly. Anyway, this recipe is super simple and you can use it on chicken or beef as well. In this case, I used leftover pork collar shabu shabu slices but it’s traditionally made with pork belly. This recipe is so easy and I can even tell you what items to substitute with. Please also note that everything is estimated because like most typical Asians, I cook with estimations of amounts and just go with the gut on whether something is enough or not.

‘Normal’ Recipe:
200g pork
2 tsp sesame seed oil
2 tbsp Korean chilli paste
1 tbsp corn syrup
1 clove garlic, minced

This is the chilli paste that I used:

I had about 400g of pork and I didn’t have enough chilli paste left and I don’t like or have corn syrup at home, which is why I have an alternative recipe for the marinate for you:

Alternative recipe:
200g pork
2 tsp sesame seed oil
1.5 tbsp miso paste
0.5 tbsp garlic chilli sauce
2 tbsp honey

Mix everything together until the meat is evenly coated. Marinate it overnight. When you want to grill or panfry it, slice up half an onion and sauté that before grilling/frying the pork with it.

Try it…it’s really so simply and delicious!

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