Kalbi Fried Rice and chicken papaya soup

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Galbi (beef short rib) fried rice is a quick and easy family dish to prepare. This large amount of rice is also great for meal prep! Begin by marinating your galbi in a sweet tenderizing marinade. 

Chop the carrots and onions while the pork is marinating. The gochujang (red fermented bean paste) sauce at the end is optional, but it adds a delicious spicy flavor to the rice. Wrap the rice in crispy seaweed for a taste sensation! 

Fried Rice: – 1.5 pound short rib, cut in ½ inches cube – 2 tbs neutral oil – 4 cups cooked rice (leftover is best) – 2-3 carrot, peeled chopped in small piece – ½ onion, chopped in small piece – 3 garlic clove


– 2 tbs soy sauce – 2 tbs marinade – 1 teaspoon oyster sauce – green onions, for garnish – 2 fried eggs on top – sesame seeds, for garnish

Galbi Sauce: – ¼ white onion – 4 garlic clove – 1 kiwi (I used golden for extra sweetness), sub with ½ korean pear – ¼ cup soy sauce – ½ tbs ginger – 1 tbs sugar – ½ tbs oyster sauce – ¼ cup water – 1 tbs honey, optional

Chicken Papaya is a healthful and tasty Filipino soup. The meal is basic because no spices are used, yet the soup is incredibly pleasant due to the herbs infused broth and fish sauce. 


Recipe for Lechon Kawali