Korean comfort food: Kalbi-tang

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18 Responses

  1. Jepoi says:

    One of my favorites! ~~

  2. Andik says:

    wow korean food, nyummy 😀

  3. Amme says:

    Hello Ms.B, I’ve read an old post of yours back in Nov.2009 and someone also asked you this question “What is the salary enough to have an average quality of life in Korea?” I’m considering studying there po kasi kaya I’ve started collecting information as much as I can. An order of Kalbi-tang for 7000 won is reasonable na po or that is common price for being special meal?? I lived in Japan for quite some time, so I guess I should use the prices there as comparison to food prices in Korea, Housing/Fastfood/fare…etc.. I hope that you could make a separate post for this one.The latest one. If you just only have a time, and I wish that you would have. I will wait for it. Thank you so much in advance. More power and God Bless!

  4. cher says:

    sarap san yan?mpuntahan nga syempre minus zach dhil dami tao sa dongdaemun…hahahaha

  5. jempres says:

    ansarap! let’s go kain tayo ng galbi tang sa dongdaemun.. ^^:PPP

  6. lady says:

    wow. curious na po tuloy ako sa kalbi tang na ‘yan. pwede po ba sumama sa inyo, kailan po kayo pupunta? ^^

  7. elyoka says:

    wanna cook it asap. does anyone have a recipe in eng?

  8. Peppermint says:

    Wow, kalbi-tang! Favorite ko yan!

  9. peevss says:

    parang kamuka ng kalbi-tang ung nilaga di ba? ^^ WOW! I want to visit korea talaga T.T

  10. Scott Savola says:

    Here’s a galbi tang recipe I found on about.com:

    2 lb English-cut beef short ribs, cut into 2 inch squares
    1/2 large Korea radish or 2 Chinese white radish, peeled and cut into 1 inch slices
    4 oz sweet potato or glass noodles (dangmyun)
    2 tsp salt
    2 scallions, sliced into 1 inch pieces
    For the seasoning sauce:
    3 Tbsp soy sauce
    2 tsp sesame oil
    4 cloves garlic, sliced
    1 Tbsp minced garlic
    1 tsp finely ground pepper
    Optional seasoning:
    kochukaru (chili powder)


    Soak the ribs in a bowl of cold water for about 1-2 hours to drain the blood, changing the water a couple times.
    Mix sliced radish with seasoning sauce.
    Place the ribs in a pot and cover with new water.
    Bring to a boil and simmer vigorously for 5 minutes.
    Remove ribs from pot and rinse any scum/oil off in cold water.
    In a large pot, cover ribs with 4 cups of new water.
    Bring to a boil, and then simmer over high heat for 30 minutes.
    Add the seasoned radish and the salt and cook for an additional 10 minutes.
    Add the noodles and cook for another 4 minutes.
    Add the sliced scallions and cook for another 1 minute.

  11. Mimi says:

    You should try the galbi tang recipe on maangchi’s blog with the thin egg strips. I made it last week and I’m making it again tonight. It’s so delicious especially when it’s cold out!

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