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A culture that is no stranger to perfectly grilled meats and other expertly barbecued aliments, Korean cuisine – to many, is one of the most recognizable and enjoyable menus. Aside from the obviously conducive social environment created by fellowshipping around a scalding hot open grill with bottles of Soju flowing, the rich history surrounding each unique dish is something of a delicacy in and of itself. As frequenters to Korean BBQ will tell you, one of the most recognizable items from the menu is the thick strips of unseasoned pork belly otherwise known as samgyeopsal. In its purist form, samgyeopsal represents little more than uncured fatty meat, but under the direction of culinary duo Tom and Jen, the timeless basics takes a turn for the better with HYPEBEAST Eats’ latest feature focusing on Samgyeopsal Sliders.
Having first endeavored on their food journey while based in Brooklyn, New York, the food blogging duo’s story has taken them to London, Hong Kong and now Seoul where they currently reside. If nothing else, the city is an apt location for proper expertise on their creative samgyeopsal rendition. After sufficiently dicing the pork meat and kimchi, then combining it with a hint of honey and spices, the amalgam of goodness is shaped and cooked before being paired with carefully kneaded sesame seed-topped bread. Effectively recreating one of Korea’s most fundamental culinary items, Samgyeopsal Sliders are an example of the creativity that can be infused into even the most traditional and timeless dishes.
Head over to TomEatsJenCooks.com to follow the duo as well as visit some of their other recipes.
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