In the mood for ultimate bar food at home? Then consider whipping up a crazy delicious plate of Loaded Korean Kimchi Fries With Bibigo Bulgogi. This recipe is so easy, I'm not sure we should even call it a recipe because Bibigo has done all the work!
Bulgogi means Korean BBQ.
The flavors are generally a sweet and savory combination with soy sauce, sesame, ginger, garlic, brown sugar, pear puree, and about a dozen other ingredients. My homemade version even uses lemon-lime soda pop. The beauty of a purchased sauce is saving the time, energy, and cost of ingredients. I'll make the swap - as long as it's good!
Bibigo BBQ Marinade makes a delicious and easy Bulgogi.
Thinly slice and cube your choice of steak, then marinate in Bibigo BBQ for 30 minutes, or even better over-night. Then heat a frying pan or a wok on high, add some vegetable oil (and I also add a little sesame oil) then sear and stir fry the meat until it's crispy on the edges with a dark, caramelized, and sticky consistency. It's incredible.
I make a big batch of bulgogi and multi-purpose it.
Sometimes my meal planning isn't all that organized, but I'm usually thinking ahead about how I can use an ingredient down the road - it makes life simpler. Batch cooking is pretty handy. So, I'll make a large batch of bulgogi and separate it into different dishes. Here are some of my favorites:
Loaded Korean Kimchi Fries With Bulgogi
Korean Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls
Korean Egg Roll In A Bowl
Asian Lettuce Wraps with Bulgogi
Korean Rice Bowl With Bulgogi
Bulgogi & Stir Fry Sushi Rolls
Loaded Fries Ideas
Loaded fries are a repeated theme at our house. We'll do Poutine style with gravy and cheese, an American BBQ style with shredded bbq, or a Mexican take with taco meat and south of the border ingredients. It just depends on what's in the frig and the pantry and Korean ingredients are usually on hand! I have a few favorite Korean combos:
Ingredients To Make Loaded Korean Fries - Ultimate Bar Food
- Hot crispy fries - waffle fries work great!
- Sticky caramelized Bulgogi
- Chopped Kimchi
- Warm spicy Queso cheese sauce or dip
- Chopped green onion
- Chopped cilantro
- Sprinkle of sesame seeds
If you're in the mood for egg rolls - you might like these Korean Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls.
Loaded Korean Kimchi Fries with Bibigo Bulgogi
For the Bulgogi
- 1 bottle Bibigo BBQ Marinade & Sauce this will marinate 5 pounds of protein
- 1 pound steak sliced thinly and cubed
- 2 tablespoon oil for stir-frying the meat. I also add 1 teaspoon of sesame oil for flavor.
For the Fries
- 1 bag waffle fries or your favorite french fries. A sturdy thick fry will work best.
- 1 cup kimchi roughly chopped
- 1 cup queso cheese sauce or dip purchased
- ½ cup green onion sliced
- ¼ cup cilantro chopped
- 1 tablespoon sesame seeds optional
For the Bulgogi
- Marinate the thinly sliced and cubed steak for 30 minutes.
- Heat a large pan or wok on high, add vegetable oil (and sesame oil if you have it), and stir fry until the meat is crisp on the edges and caramelized.
- Prepare the fries according to package directions. I use our air-fryer.
- Warm the queso and chop the other ingredients.
- Arrange the fries on a large platter or serving plates.Top with the bulgogi, kimchi, queso, green onion, cilantro, and sesame seeds (optional).