Korean Grilled Short Ribs
Short Ribs are best known as a winter comfort food, but they can also be prepared on the grill! Follow this Korean inspired recipe for a delicious summer time dinner that’s different than your normal rotation of burgers and brats. Try serving over noodles or rice with a spicy slaw or grilled veggies. Enjoy!
In a bowl, combine all of the marinade ingredients and whisk together until all of the ingredients are combined. Pour into a large sealable plastic bag and add the short ribs. Work the marinade into the meat and let sit for 5 minutes until all surfaces are covered. Click here to see why we don’t need to marinate longer!
Remove short ribs from the marinade and place on a grill set to direct heat at 400° (you can also add hickory or mesquite wood chips to the grill for flavor). Place some of the green onions and garlic from the marinade on top of the meat and discard the rest of the marinade.
Grill for 8 minutes on each side, except the bone side, until the temperature reaches 160°F. Remove from grill and let sit for 5 minutes.
Cut across the grain into thin strips, and, if desired, cut the strips in half length wise for smaller pieces. Enjoy!
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