Thursday, May 18, 2017

Korean Beef Radish Soup

Korean Beef Radish Soup
Korean Beef Radish Soup is flavorful and cooks up in about 30 minutes. This recipe marinates and browns the beef, which gives it a cooked all day taste in a short amount of time.

Learning how to cook Korean has been a passion for me and when I’m craving Korean, my first stop is Hyosun Ro’s bolg, Korean Bapsang and most of the time - it’s also my last stop. Her recipes are always delicious and easy to follow.

I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting her in person, yet I feel as if I know her, because of all the recipes that she has shared with me and the lessons she has taught me. If you want to learn how to cook authentic Korean home cooking, visit Hyosun, she takes the mystery out of cooking Korean and simplifies it in easy to follow recipes.


Korean Beef Radish Soup
Adapted from Korean Bapsang

Ingredients List;
This list is for shopping – I listed the ingredients below as needed in the directions.
1          pound             Korean Radish
2          stalks              Green Onion
8          oz.                   beef chuck
2          tsp.                  minced garlic
1          tsp.                  sesame oil
2          Tbsp.               Korean Soup Soy Sauce
   Salt and Pepper to taste

DIRECTIONS with Ingredients
Meat Marinade
1          Tbsp.              soup soy sauce
1          tsp.                 garlic, minced
1          tsp.                 sesame oil
            Pinch              black pepper

Cut the beef into thin slices (across the grain), mix beef with marinade and set aside.

Prep the Veggies
1          pound             Korean Radish

Cut the radish into bite sized pieces (1 to 1 ½ inch squares, about ¼ inch thick)

2          stalks              green onions

Cut the Green onions into 1 -2 inch lengths.

Cooking
In a medium pot, brown the beef with a little oil over med-high heat.

Pour in 8 cups water and bring to a boil. Skim off the foam. Reduce heat to medium; cover and continue to boil for 10 minutes.

Add the radish and boil, covered, until the radish turns translucent and soft (about 10 min.)

Stir in;
1          tsp.                 garlic, minced
2          stalks              green onions
1          Tbs.                soup soy sauce

Add salt and pepper, to taste. Boil for 5 more minutes.

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