Suitable for VitaClay Models VF770, VM7900
Some dishes are so intimidating to me that I don't even attempt to cook them. These usually include exotic dishes such as pad thai, sushi, kimchee, and Korean bulgog.
While I love them and they are really delicious, as an American-raised white girl, I don't feel equipped to create authentic exotic dishes, so I settle for always eating them in restaurants.
And eating out every so often isn't terrible, but sometimes I want to eat these dishes a little more often, spending less money and using better ingredients that I can control.
This Korean Bulgog recipe allows me to do just that in VitaClay. And it comes out so much better than I expected! With VitaClay, these intimidating recipes became simple, and now we can enjoy them at home as often as we wish, without the guilt!
3 T coconut oil or butter
1 T shallots, chopped
1 T ginger, finely grated
5 cloves garlic, minced or chopped
2lb beef, sliced flank steak
1/2 c beef broth
Sauce and Garnish:
1/8 c cornstarch
1 t salt
½ c soy sauce
1/3 c Brown Sugar or Coconutsugar
1 T Sirracha
2 T ToastedSesame Oil
½ c green onions/scallions, chopped (garnish)
* frying the beef beforehand gives it a certain flavor and texture; but if you want to skip these steps it's still super delicious--just add everything to the clay pot and cook!
*Recipe intended for VitaClay models VM7900 or VF7700 ONLY. Please do not try this recipe in the stock pot, as there is not sufficient liquid.