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My Korean Barbecue

 On Saturday I made a Korean barbecue with my Grandma and Grandpa. We did this because grandma had won a barbecue course and we were offered to do it with them – So obviously we said yes. the course was online and the cookery people gave us the instructions of what to do. I had the best time because I had not been with my Grandma and Grandpa for a long time because of covid 19.


 

I made chicken wings Korean barbecue style and strips of Korean beef. The chicken wings had a sweet marinade and a spicy barbecue sauce on. The sauce was sweet but had a taste of chilli from the “Gojuchang” chilli paste that we put in it when it was cooking. The beef was cut long and thin; kind of like stir fry beef.  It was cooked to perfection - thank you Daddy and Grandpa.  




We also had spicy cabbage and carrot slaw with peanut sauce. The peanut sauce was very yummy. I made the peanut sauce with peanut butter, garlic, ginger, vinegar, oil and soy and tamarind. The spicy cabbage is very yummy if you put the spicy sauce on before and after cooking it on the barbecue.    



   

I had all this with some baked aubergine which had chopped cherry tomatoes. It worked really well with the chicken’s marinade and sauce. The aubergine wasn’t very tasty but we still enjoyed it because of the sauces and tomatoes and barbecue flavour.



I have to thank Grandma and Grandpa for that yummy meal. Thank you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. Great blog, Holly! Thanks to you and the rest of Team Button for all your hard work!

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