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Old 10-16-2012, 03:59 AM   #1
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Default Phubar's Korean Kalbi Kui Chicken Pron

Gangnam style!

Bought some chicken quarters and devided them up.
Put them in a kalbi kui style marinade which consists of soya,sugar,sesame oil,garlic,black pepper.
I added laos,mirin,red pepper flakes,celery leafs,blood orange juice,chardonnay.
I cooked the marinade down to make a glaze for the chicken.

Ate it with some bahmi and Asian style green peas...












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Old 10-16-2012, 04:05 AM   #2
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Ooooo Yes

Lunch please :)
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Yum. Looks great!
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Mighty Phine Phu!!!
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Mighty fine!
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I should try that some time
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Originally Posted by Phubar View Post
Gangnam style!

Bought some chicken quarters and devided them up.
Put them in a kalbi kui style marinade which consists oPh soya,sugar,sesame oil,garlic,black pepper.
I added laos,mirin,red pepper Phlakes,celery leaPhs,blood orange juice,chardonnay.
I cooked the marinade down to make a glaze for the chicken.

Ate it with some bahmi and Asian style green peas...
Fixed that for ya.

PhanPharkingtastic looking Phood there, Phu! It reminds me of another reason you need to come out here - the Kogi truck (Korean/Mexican fusion - I'm hitting it today ) and Chego restaurant (basically rice bowls - same guy who does Kogi). I guarantee you'll love those spots.

Did you remove and replace the skins on those thighs? They seem to be behaving very nicely.
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Man, that looks absolutely phriggin' phinger-lickin' delicious!
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LOL gtr........and to Phubar, your pron and your food always looks fantastic, thans for sharing!
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great looking phood. I bet it tasted dericious!
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I am speechless Phu... That looks so tasty on so many levels that nothing I eat today will even be worth the effort.
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That looks phabulous!
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Dude looks awesome and my wife is beating me to ask for the recipe. She is Asian and as she put it - LOOKING YUMMY!
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Old 10-16-2012, 10:40 AM   #14
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Fixed that for ya.

PhanPharkingtastic looking Phood there, Phu! It reminds me of another reason you need to come out here - the Kogi truck (Korean/Mexican fusion - I'm hitting it today ) and Chego restaurant (basically rice bowls - same guy who does Kogi). I guarantee you'll love those spots.

Did you remove and replace the skins on those thighs? They seem to be behaving very nicely.

Smarta$$!

I didn't remove the skin...too much work for my dinner.
BTW...Padawan ordered another German wild boar,maybe we'll have it when you drop by again.


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Dude looks awesome and my wife is beating me to ask for the recipe. She is Asian and as she put it - LOOKING YUMMY!

I got the recipe from here: http://www.primalgrill.org/recipe_de...2&EpisodeID=15

You should try it according the recipe...serving it in lettuce and all.
My teammate made it once and it was Pharking good...you'll thank me when your wife thanked you.
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