Kitchen Tips

Korean Kitchen Secrets: Three Ways With Obap Stir-Fry Sauce

Pick up a pouch of Obap Korean Beef Stir-fry Sauce from your local supermarket and unlock a world of flavour. Use this soy-based sauce to create a speedy Korean stir-fry, inject Korean flavour into your weekend barbecue, or get set for autumn with Korean slow-braised beef ribs, just three of the creative ways you can use Obap Korean Beef Stir-fry Sauce.

Fast: A quick-smart stir-fry

Thanks to their mild taste with a hint of sweetness, Korean stir-fries are a great way to introduce the family to the authentic flavours of Korea. For a family-friendly dinner that’s on the table in minutes, stir-fry beef strips in a wok with Obap Korean Beef Stir-fry Sauce and a selection of vegetables, such as capsicum, onion, snow peas and baby corn. This mild marinade also works a treat with sliced chicken breast or lean pork fillet. Serve with steamed rice for a complete meal.
Total cooking time: 15-20 minutes

Medium: An update on your weekend barbecue

Inspired by the classic ingredients of Korean galbi, Obap Korean Beef Stir-fry Sauce will add oomph to your weekend barbecue. Go the traditional Korean galbi route by using beef short ribs; try racks of pork ribs; or opt for a bone-free cut such as rump or sirloin for easy eating. For the best results, marinate the meat in the Obap sauce for at 30 minutes before cooking over a barbecue or chargrill. Serve with essential Korean barbecue side dishes, such as kimchi, sauces and wraps.
Total cooking time: 40 minutes (including marinating)

BBQ Galbi - Create your own Korean barbecue at home

Slow: A flavour-packed braise

With just a few days left of the official summer season, we’re starting to shift our focus to warming dishes for the months ahead. Obap Korean Beef Stir-fry Sauce shows its versatility once again as a savoury base for stews. Try this soy-braised beef short ribs recipe for an authentic Korean dinner that will warm you from the inside out. You could also try other tough cuts of beef, such as beef cheeks or chuck steak.
Total cooking time: 3 hours

Beef Ribs Stew

For more inventive ideas using Obap sauces, discover Heather Jeong’s fresh ways to use Korean marinades. Or, share your own Korean recipe in our Chinese New Year Cooking Contest, Cook, Snap & Win, for your chance to win a trip for four to Thailand valued at up to $29,000!

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