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Introducing a deliciously satisfying and environmentally conscious twist on a classic Korean dish - Impossible™ Tteok-galbi! This recipe uses Impossible™ Beef Mince to recreate the same juicy and savoury flavours of traditional beef Tteok-galbi, while being better for the planet.
Historically, tteok-galbi was an exclusive Korean Royal Court Cuisine enjoyed by the king. Today, Chef Jung Eun Chae gives this traditional dish a fresh spin by recreating it with Impossible™ Beef. Known for her innovative and flavourful dishes, Chef Chae has made a name for herself in the Melbourne culinary scene. With a passion for using traditional fermentation techniques from her home cuisine, her menu features a mix of classic Korean dishes with her own creative twists - and this dish is no exception!
Made with our juicy Impossible Beef Mince, these moreish beef patties use a blend of Korean seasonings to capture the sweet soy flavour this dish is known for. For cooks at home, we recommend using Jin Soy Sauce, a Korean brand of soy sauce, for the most authentic flavour profile.
Best served with steamed rice and your favourite sides, this meal is a sure-fire way to impress the family with your barbequing skills!
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- 340 Gram Package of Impossible Beef Mince Made From Plants
- 100 Gram Rice Cake, chopped
- Chives, to garnish
- Pine Nuts, chopped for garnish
- 1 Tablespoon Jin soy sauce, for the BBQ glaze
- 1 Tablespoon Honey, for the BBQ glaze
- 1 Teaspoon Sesame oil, for the BBQ glaze
- 1/2 Cup Spring Onion, sliced in half, for the marinade
- 1 Tablespoon Garlic, chopped for the marinade
- 3 Tablespoon Jin Soy Sauce, for the marinade
- 1 Tablespoon Pine Nuts, ground for the marinade
- 3 Tablespoons Honey, for the marinade
- 1 Tablespoon Sesame Oil, for the marinade
- 2 Tablespoons Water, for the BBQ glaze
MAKE THE BBQ GLAZE
To make the BBQ glaze, add water, soy sauce, honey and sesame oil to a small bowl. Set aside.
MAKE THE MARINADE
To make the marinade, place the spring onion, garlic, soy sauce, ground pine nuts, honey and sesame oil in a bowl and mix well.
SHAPE THE TTEOK-GALBI
Add Impossible Beef into the bowl and mix with the marinade. Shape the beef mixture into 5cm round patties. Don’t be afraid to use your hands!
START THE BARBECUE
Barbecue on a charcoal grill or pan fry the patties over medium heat. Using your BBQ glaze, brush on a few layers of the sauce as it cooks. Cook for 2 minutes on either side, or until desired level of doneness.
SERVE, SHARE, AND ENJOY
Garnish with chives and chopped pine nuts. This is best served with a bowl of rice!