Sunday, January 20, 2013

And the recipe project continues!

After a brief pause last week, the recipe project continues this weekend with Korean Ribs! I came across this recipe while reading The Haute Cookie blog (I just found this blog and I love it!). It fulfills two of my goals actually; to cook something new and to get more in touch with my Korean cooking self. The recipe looks gorgeous so I was up pretty early this morning to prepare everything and put it in the crock pot. I think one of my best investments ever is that crock pot, or slow cooker. It makes the toughest meat soft and juicy and you can put almost anything inside it and just let it boil slowly for many hours. We make soup, stews, chili, pork baby back ribs and last time, hubby put some beef fillet in there too.
The ribs turned out just amazing! Extermely tender after 8 hours in the slow cooker, simmering in a mix of soya sauce, honey and sugar, together with carrots, onion, green onion and potatoes. Husband and I ate as we hadn't seen food and even my picky daughter dug in with great appetite! This is definitely a recipe I will do again!

11 comments:

  1. låter som ett bra recept du hittat. måste kika in hos bloggen du hänvisar till. ha en fin söndag! kram Nilla

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    1. Kan verkligen rekommendera en titt, en helt underbar blogg med recept, inredning och annat!!
      Ha en harlig dag!
      Kram!

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  2. Det där med Crock Pot lät ju attans spännande! Har aldrig testat. Vad lagar du mer i den? Kanske skulle investera i en.

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    1. Jag alskar min crock pot, det ar helt vart investeringen och det ar inte sa farligt dyrt. Lagar soppor, grytor, revben (sa de blir sa dar harligt mjuka innan man lagger dem pa grillen), chili, stek. Man kan i stort sett laga det mesta och det blir underbart mort. Dessutom kan man lamna den dar att puttra for sig sjalv istallet for nar man gor langkok pa spisen och maste rora i grytan da och da!

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  3. Did you make Galbi? Love, love, love that dish!

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    1. Yep, that was the name!! Not sure if I had the proper cuts but the meat turned out amazingly soft and the entire dish was so tasty and easy to make!! Check out her blog, the recipe is there) :)

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  4. Jag har heller aldrig kommit mig för att köpa en sådan apparat, jag har fått för mig att det är omständligt, men det kanske är värt att ge den en chans...

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    1. Det ar superenkelt och man kan slanga ner en massa gronsaker och kott pa morgonen, lamna huset och pa eftermiddagen nar man kommer hem ar det klart!! Hur fiffigt och gott som helst!

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  6. I'm so honored to be mentioned on ur amazing blog dear! thank you! Also, the recipe is so amazing but easy right??! my kind of recipe! so happy to hear ur family loved it!!!! xO!
    www.thehautecookie.com

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  7. You're welcome! Thanks for sharing the recipe, very easy and so yummy!!! And even more interesting as it is a traditional Korean dish too! xx

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