Homemade Korean BBQ Sauce

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For those of you who are reading my Manitoba-Made Beef Short Ribs recipe at a distance and want to make them using a similar Korean BBQ sauce that you can easily make at home… please give this a try.

Korean BBQ Sauce & Marinade Ingredients

You will probably find that you have all the necessary ingredients in your kitchen right now

Korean BBQ Sauce & Marinade

1 cup White Sugar
1 cup Soy Sauce, low-sodium
1 cup Hot Water
1 teaspoon Onion Powder
2 cloves Fresh Garlic, minced
1 tablespoon Fresh Ginger, grated
6 Green Onions (whites only), chopped
1 tablespoon Lime Juice
2 teaspoons Sriracha

1. In a medium saucepan over high heat, whisk together sugar, soy sauce, water, onion powder, garlic and ginger.

2. Bring to a boil.

3. Reduce heat to a low setting, and simmer at least 5 minutes.

4 Remove the mixture from the heat and cool it for 5 minutes.

5. Whisk in green onions, lemon juice and sriracha.

6. Cool and strain to store in a tightly sealed container in your fridge for up to a month. Or make a triple batch of my Manitoba-Made Beef Short Ribs using all of this sauce! You can probably omit the orange juice in that ribs recipe if you’re using this thinner sauce.

This recipe also makes a great marinade for any meat, especially chicken. Enjoy!

Makes 3 cups of yummy goodness

Makes 3 cups of yummy goodness

NOTE: If you find that the consistency is too thin for what you’d like, substitute brown sugar for the white sugar, and simmer the final mixture on low for a couple of hours to reduce it to a more sauce-y texture. You could also take 1/4 cup of your final sauce while it is hot and shake it with 1 tbsp. cornstarch to thicken, then add that mixture back into the whole pot and whisk together.
What is your favourite homemade BBQ Sauce recipe?
Please feel free to share it in the Comments section below.
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