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Korean Beef Short Ribs

Marinating these beef ribs in a mixture grated onion, apple, ginger and garlic really softens the meat. When cooked, it just falls right off the bones. You can make this on a pan, in the broiler, or on a grill. This is an excellent addition to your barbecues this season and is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
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Prep Time: 15 minutes, plus marinating time

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 4-6 servings

Ingredients:

Steps:

  1. Grate the onion, apple, garlic, and ginger into a large bowl.
  2. Stir in the soy sauce and brown sugar.
  3. If desired, chop the short ribs into smaller pieces for easier handling while eating.
  4. Coat the ribs in the marinade. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  5. Prepare your grill if you're barbecuing and keep the grate far from the fire. Clean and lightly grease your grill.
  6. You'll be cooking at about 450 F for a total of 5 minutes, flipping once.
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May 22, 20180 found this helpful

This looks/sounds good!
I will have to try this in a couple of weeks (Florida has too much rain right now) as a good marinade is what beef is all about.
I always ask the butcher to chop my beef ribs in half so they are easier for me to handle.
Thanks again for a great tip.
Betty

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May 22, 20180 found this helpful

Ahhh Betty, they are so delicious. These are one of my biggest weaknesses! I hope you try them out :)

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May 22, 20180 found this helpful

I am most certainly going to try this. Love short ribs.

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But my question is why only five minutes to cook. Usually it takes hours to cook short ribs. Am I missing something here

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May 22, 20180 found this helpful

Nope! They are super thin cut. Maybe should add that in the notes for the ingredients. Korean short ribs are known as "flanken," so they are cut across the bone from the chuck end. Traditional American and European short ribs are much thicker. Here is a nice article on the difference:

www.thekitchn.com/whats-the-difference-between-flanken...

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May 22, 20180 found this helpful

Thanks for explaining Attosa. That makes better sense

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May 23, 20180 found this helpful

You are so welcome, Linda! I hope you give these a shot! :)

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