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Make This! Korean Chicken Bulgogi With Chef Manel Valero

You don't even need to fly to Korea to get this!

2019-02-25 11:16:29 2019-02-25 11:23:00

Since returning to Singapore in 2018, Chef Manel Valero now returns to Kilo Kitchen in its new Duxton location as executive chef, where he brings with him a renewed perspective on Kilo’s brand of modern comfort food. Big, bold flavours can be found on nearly every plate, with dishes favouring the tastes and cooking techniques of Latin America and Asia.

With the new Kilo, Chef Valero focuses on elevated existing Kilo classics while experimenting with new flame-licked flavours imparted from the open format nature flame kitchen’s new wood-fired grill.

Chef Valero shares his delicious Korean Chicken Bulgogi recipe with us, so simple that even you can make it in the comfort of your own home!

Ingredients:

Pickled Shittakes

Dry shiitakes 250g

Light soy sauce 300g

White wine vinegar 300g

Fresh ginger 25g

Sugar 300g

Liquid from soaking mushroom 600g

Method:

  1. Soak the shiitakes in hot water (not boiling) for 1 hour. Set mushroom water aside.
  2. Thinly sliced the shiitakes, discard the stalk.
  3. Mix all the ingredients together and bring to a gentle boil until the mushrooms are pickled. Cool at room temperature.

 

Horseradish Mayo

Ingredients:

Fresh grated horseradish 60g

Mayonnaise 100g

Method:

  1. Grate the horseradish and mix with the mayonnaise.

Bulgogi Marination

 

Ingredients:

Fresh chicken thigh 2000g

Gochugang 120g

Gochugaru 90g

Light soy sauce 120g

Sugar 90g

Sesame oil 90g

Minced garlic 90g

Grated ginger 90g

Ground black pepper 2g

Method:

  1. Dice the fresh chicken, mix it up with the rest of the ingredients and let it marinate in the chiller for 12 to 24 hours.
Her talents/skills sets include having a bottomless pit of a stomach and doing an impressive Chinese split, attributes that will certainly make her highly sought after among employers. (Or so she hopes) She promises not to bite… unless you are a juicy piece of pork lard.