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I_Used_to_be_me 5 points ago +5 / -0

Man I got really into Korean BBQ a few years ago and started making some amazing Korean pulled pork sandwiches (I'd take a full day slowcooking the pork in all the barbecue and chili sauces, various spices, etc). It was always topped with either Kimchi, or... idk the name, but it was basically like shredded carrots in rice vinegar (sometimes both on top). Ugh, soooo good.

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aconcernedtroll 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've gotta do that. I've been on an Al pastor pulled pork kick, next is Korean bbq then.

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I_Used_to_be_me 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yea it's definitely worth it, and the pork even comes out great in a crockpot if you feel like making it an easy dinner. Can llterally just throw it all in, and decide whether you want to go w/ the kimchi or carrots for the topping (I like both, but the carrots were surprisingly good. I'd have to double check but i'm pretty sure it's literally just the raw shredded carrots with rice vinegar).

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Juice 2 points ago +2 / -0

Been on a crockpot taco kick lately using chicken or steak with packets of sauce. So easy so good.

Might have to try Korean style...went through a phase where I had gochujang container basically untouched in the fridge for a year +

You guys should try japanese, which is way more than sushi and tempura...try sukiyaki: meat/veg simmered in tentsuyu sauce, a mix of shoyu, dashi, and mirin with kombu...that will brighten up a cold winters night

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I_Used_to_be_me 1 point ago +1 / -0

That does all sound great! While we're on a slowcook/crockpot talk, I'll add this:

carnitas is one of my favorite meals, so I decided to try making it myself, w/ everything from scratch, and it came out unreal. I did the meat in the slowcooker (all kinds of spices, including some cinnamon sticks and an orange cut in half. Remove both when done cooking. It sounds weird, but it definitely adds to the flavor w/out tasting like orange and cinnamon). Once the meat is done, shred it up, and then just fry it up real quick in a pan/skillet with some oil. I also made all the salsa/pico de gallo, toppings and tortillas (and sides, like rice, beans, etc) homemade, but probably isnt necessary.

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aconcernedtroll 2 points ago +2 / -0

I prefer smoking it for that crispy bark and wood flavor.

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I_Used_to_be_me 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh hell yea! A smoker is the first thing I’m buying once we’re no longer renting, but until then I’ll have to stick with frying my carnitas lol

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gaijin_ronin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just made that for dinner a few nights ago. Decided to make Korean tacos. Had leftovers as a sandwich with home made slaw on top.