What is Korean style BBQ?

Korean BBQ, known locally as gogi-gui (고기구이), refers to the Korean cuisine method of grilling meat such as beef, chicken or pork on gas or charcoal grills inlaid into the dining table itself. There are many ways in which these meat dishes can be prepared, whether marinated or not.

How is Korean BBQ different?

One of the major things that sets Korean BBQ apart from many American BBQ traditions is the meat itself. While many American BBQ styles will include large cuts of pork, ribs, brisket, or chicken roasted or slowly smoked as the centerpiece, Korean BBQ will generally center beef, pork, or chicken skewered and grilled.

What do you eat with Korean BBQ?

Korean BBQ can simply be served with rice, cucumber salad and kimchi, or you can make it into different meals, like bowls, tacos and lettuce wraps. I love to pair it with this Kimchi Fried Rice and Roasted Asian Vegetables.

What does Korean style BBQ taste like?

What does Korean BBQ Sauce taste like? It’s a sticky type sauce that is both a bit sweet and spicy and kind of like a teriyaki sauce.

How do you eat Korean BBQ Lettuce?

Place the leaf in your hand and add a small mound of rice, and stack meat (or seafood) on top. Finish with a dollop of ssamjang and other optional condiments, wrap the whole bite into a neat package (about the size of a golf ball) and eat it in one bite.

Can you eat KBBQ on keto?

Yes, you can enjoy keto barbecue! But barbecue sauce often hides a lot of sugar, so you’ll need to make sure you pick a keto-friendly barbecue sauce to slather on your meat. These are some of the best store-bought keto barbecue sauces you can buy (with a homemade BBQ option for inveterate DIYers).


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