Bulgogi Wraps

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Here I go, making more stuff with Bulgogi (aka Korean Beef BBQ) again! It's just that every time my parents come for a visit, they always come bearing lots Korean food, like Bulgogi! And each time, no matter how much we eat, we just can't seem to get through it all, even if we throw a big Bibimbap party!, so I end up freezing it. And let me tell ya, it freezes well. So then after so many times, we start to get creative w/ how we consume our Bulgogi. Usually it's just as a main dish w/ lots of sides or in Bibimbap. Last time it was Bulgogi Lettuce Wraps. NOW, it's just Bulgogi Wraps, aka Bulgoi burrito-style. And oh man, did these come out tasty. It's something I've been meaning to try but it was at the hubby's suggestion that we finally had them last night.

Start out w/ some Bulgogi. The one pictured here is when it's served as a dish in itself. But when we use it IN stuff, I usually try to break it up into smaller pieces while cooking it/reheating it.

The hubby so beautifully chopped up some fresh spinach and roma tomatoes as toppings.

Another delicous touch to this meal was heating the whole wheat flour tortillas (I use Banderito brand) and warmed it up in the pan, after cooking/re-heating the Bulgogi up. The little bit of left over oil/grease made taste oh so soft and moist, very much like the restaurant-style tortillas. Then I layered it with white sticky rice, bulgogi, spinach and tomatoes topped with the nice and kicky Gochujang (Korean Red Pepper Paste which can usually be found at your local Asian Market).

So here's last night's dinner. Bulgogi Burritos with (over) steamed asparagus (oops!) and some fried Korean Dumplings (aka Gun Mandoo). I'll have a post for this eventually, but I keep getting side-tracked from finish up that post. Stay tuned!

 And it's a deja vu lunch today:

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Heather said...

oh yum! This looks amazing! I would love for you to share it at what i am eating http://www.townsend-house.com/2013/06/what-i-am-eating-34.html my kids love any and all wraps - better than sandwiches - i will have to try this!

Diane Balch said...

Great looking wrap... I'm just learning how to cook Asian food and my 14 year old son loves all things Korean. Can't wait to make this for him.

happyvballgirl said...

Shared! Thanks so much for the invite, Heather! :)

happyvballgirl said...

THanks so much, Diane! And that is so awesome your son love Korean food! Hope he likes this one too! :)

Nancy W said...

I love wraps and these look delicious! So glad you shared on the Tasty Tuesday Hop!

Jenn said...

This looks delicious, I'm going to try your recipe for the beef as my kids prefer wraps to sandwiches.

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Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh, my mouth is watering over your Bulogoi Wraps. They look and I'm sure taste so good. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week; I hope you’ll join us again!

Kathy Shea Mormino

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Kim Vealey said...

Hi HVBG! Found your blog on Sparkles & A Stove's link-up. My husband is allergic to all nuts (!), so I will enjoy seeing your nut-free posts. I am following you on FB & Pinterest - see you around :)
Kim @ *Soliloquy Of Food & Such*

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

Wow! That looks so good!

Thanks for linking up to The Creative HomeAcre Blog Hop. We hope you'll join us again this Sunday!

anyonita green said...

Girl! I love me some bulgogi and these wraps look amazing! ;) Thank you so much for linking up with me this week at Tasty Tuesdays! I’ve pinned this & shared it with my followers! Please be sure to stop back by the party and check out some of the other links!

Jenn Christ said...

Yummmm....you are always making me want Bulgogi and I don't even know what it tastes like. I just know I want it!