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Bulgogi is a Korean classic that is traditionally made using marinated slices of beef, pork or chicken. This dish has been part of Korean culture for thousands of years and when literally translated means “Fire Meat”. In this version of the dish we used thinly sliced Elk loin chops which have a similar flavour to beef and are often referred to as slightly sweet.
We love using Kkaennip (Korean Perilla leaves) for our Ssam (wraps, or more literally wrapped). We grow our own here on the farm so it is easy to come by, but you should be able to source it at your local Asian market or grocery store if you have one. I highly suggest using Kkaennip for your wraps if you can find it as these perilla leaves are extremely fragrant and have a great taste that is somewhere between basil and mint with a hint of licorice.
There are many great options for Banchan (side dishes) to go along with this meal, however cold crisp bites of Oi Muchim (Spicy Cucumber Salad) are the perfect pairing to go along with your Elk fire meat!
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