A Korean classic with ripe pears in the marinade to tenderise the meat and add a distinct taste of sweetness.
3 Pax
COOK TIME                      
75 Minutes


450gBoneless sirloin or tenderloin
4pcsGarlic cloves
1 cupPear, pealed 1 cup
¾ cupOnion, chopped
1 tspGinger, chopped
1Scallion, chopped
2 tbspSoy sauce
1 tbspRoasted sesame oil
1 tbspLight brown sugar/honey
½ tspBlack pepper
1 tspSesame seeds, toasted


1Cut beef across grain into thin slices. Cook in a skillet.
2In a food processor, place garlic, pear, onion, ginger and blitz until the blend is smooth and creamy. This is the marinade.
3In a bowl or sealable bag, combine beef slices, marinade, scallion, soy sauce, sesame oil, brown sugar and pepper. Mix them well.
4Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. (Overnight is best for a deeper flavour).
5Cook the meat on high heat in a pan, stirring constantly until the liquid has evaporated and meat begins to brown around the edges.
6Sprinkle sesame seeds.
Eat as the Koreans would with lettuce leaf and rice, or go Mexican with tortilla wraps!

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