Slow Cooker Koran Style Barbecue Pork is delicious served over rice, inside lettuce wraps, or on a sandwich roll.
The popularity of food trucks in big cities on the west coast has propelled Korean food to almost cult status in the U.S. and the sweet-spicy combination of Korean barbecue is perfectly executed in this Slow Cooker Korean Style Barbecue Pork from Foodie with Family. Look at the beautiful color of the sauce in this dish.
However, you'll need to plan ahead a little to get that authentic Korean flavor. The recipe requires overnight refrigerating of the pork once it's been studded with garlic and rubbed with the combination of Gochujang, brown sugar, sesame oil, soy sauce, and Soju. Then after the pork cooks all day on low you'll need to strain and reduce the sauce to get that mahogany-colored richness you see above.
Personally I think this looks like a wonderful dinner idea, and Rebecca says her food blogger kids loved this meal.
- boneless center cut pork loin
- garlic cloves
- Gochujang (Korean chili paste) or chili garlic sauce
- brown sugar
- toasted sesame oil
- soy sauce
- Soju (Korean rice liquor), sake, or dry white wine
Get complete instructions for Slow Cooker Korean Style Barbecue Pork from Foodie with Family.
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