Instant Pot Korean Recipes : Korean Style BBQ Beef Bulgogi | Instant Pot Recipe

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Korean Style BBQ Beef Bulgogi | Instant Pot Recipe

Korean Style BBQ Beef Bulgogi | Instant Pot Recipe

Korean style BBQ beef Bulgogi is a delicious and easy dish to make. If you’re looking for a instant pot recipe that uses beef stew meat look no farther. Give this pressure cooker recipe a try and tag me in a picture.
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Korean Style BBQ Beef Bulgogi | Instant Pot Recipe

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  1. Oh that looks so easy and convenient๐Ÿค—. i really need an instant pot, for now iโ€™ll use a regular pot! it looks super delicious. iโ€™m wondering what the flavor is like. i never had Korean bbq beef before.

    Really really nice recipe. thank you๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ

  2. Oh my gosh, at 2:05 I thought that was the mouth of a puppet. I like how your son took a second to wave. The beef looks tender, but then again, your meals always look great. ๐Ÿ˜ถโœŒ๏ธ

  3. Looks really good Miss Melissa…Some nice Jasmin rice would be good too. All I see missing is some nice kimchi…๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  4. Hi Melissa! Your Bulgogi looks so good! ๐Ÿ˜‹
    Can't believe you made it on the instant pot!

    You're a brilliant cook! Tfs! wish you and your family a blessed day!โ˜บโค

  5. An extra step you can perhaps try is taking the pieces of meat out and maybe pan frying them a bit more to get the usual bulgogi charred flavor commonly seen with fire grilling. It adds another layer of flavor complexity, but unfortunately some people cannot tell the difference sometimes. It is still something my friends and I would commonly do back in the motherland, though.

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