Bulgoki, Korean-style grilled beef marinated in sweetened soy sauce, garlic, scallions and sesame oil, is probably my favorite way to eat lettuce.
That's because you wrap morsels of beef, crispy around the edges, in greenery before devouring them. Boston lettuce is a favorite because of its tenderness, but any butterhead lettuce will work, or even romaine, if you don't mind dealing with the ribs in each leaf.
After shooting the Elements cooking video we created for the dish, I decided to change the recipe, to use much less scallion. If you follow the recipe that was in today's article, it'll be excellent. But the marinade will not be greenish, as in the video.
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