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Samgyupsal aka Grilled Pork Belly.
What could be easier?
1. Grill pork belly.
2. Place on top of a soft lettuce leaf
3. Top with ssamjang (seasoned soybean paste for meat), green chili, and garlic cloves
You can use mild or spicy ssamjang, whatever works best for you. There is an assortment of ssamjang available on Amazon. If you’d like to purchase on Amazon please click here. Otherwise, you should be able to find it at your local Korean or Asian markets.
When I told my mom I was making grilled pork belly, she laughed and said she likes to watch videos of Korean people eating samgyupsal. She says they load up their lettuce leaves big time with the toppings and their mouths open so BIG to enjoy these! She made me laugh.
I think I’ll make some more and try to emulate these Koreans. 🙂
Please try this delicious meal you will absolutely love this taste of Korea!
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- 1.75 lbs sliced pork belly can use up to 2 lbs for 4 servings
- 4 green chili peppers could use Korean green pepper, jalapeno, serrano, or whatever you fancy
- ssamjang or spicy ssamjang use as much as you like!
- several garlic cloves peeled
- 1 bunch lettuce leaves soft; suggestions are romaine, green, or red leafy lettuce
- Rinse and pat dry the lettuce leaves.
- Peel garlic cloves, and cut the green chili peppers into smallish pieces.
- Heat a frying pan to medium high. Fry your pork belly until crispy on both sides. Drain on paper towels. You will need to fry in batches.
- Assemble your samgyupsal. Place a slice of pork belly on your lettuce leaf, top with some ssamjang, garlic cloves and chilis.