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StrummerE46 07-15-2012 01:08 PM

Korean Soy Braised Beef Recipe
 
1 lb beef brisket
4 eggs
8 cloves of garlic
10-12 hot peppers
1/4 cup of sugar
1 cup of soy sauce
4 cups of water


in this case i had 2 jalapenos i had frozen and a handful of thai peppers so i used those. normally id use serranos but i couldnt be assed to drive to publix to buy just chilies.

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StrummerE46 07-15-2012 01:10 PM

first step is to boil the eggs. i know this seems elementary but everyone i know screws up boiling eggs and over cooks them. cover them in with enough COLD water, then put on stove and bring to a boil. let boil for 12 minutes, then take off stove, rinse eggs in cold water and let sit in cold water until they can be handled.
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StrummerE46 07-15-2012 01:12 PM

take everything minus the eggs, throw in a pot and bring to a boil. once boiling, turn heat to medium and cover. it should take about 1.5-2 hours for the beef to be fully tender. if you dont want to wait that long, cut the brisket into chunks before simmering.

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Breyton-BMW 07-15-2012 01:17 PM

Some sesame oil would go well with that. :drool:

StrummerE46 07-15-2012 03:47 PM

when its tender enough, break it up with the spoon. then add the peeled eggs, add more water and simmer for another 15 minutes. im not hungry right now so i put it in the fridge. the longer it sits, the soy sauce seeps into the eggs and turns the whites brown.
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StrummerE46 07-17-2012 03:07 PM

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Finally got around to eating it. Not bad.

dreamdrivedrift 07-20-2012 08:41 PM

Not bad. I do this with pork too. Ginger usually works well with it as well, as does sauteeing some tomatoes and onions before adding the water/soy


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