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Keto Korean BBQ Sauce – Keto Bulgogi Marinade

Welcome to keto meals and recipes dot com
Today I am going to show you two ways to make this incredibly easy
and unbelievably quick to make sweet and savory
keto bulgogi sauce, also called keto Korean barbeque sauce
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The macro nutrient ratio for the keto bulgogi sauce and marinade, is 1.2 to 1
with 31.2 grams of total carbs, and 5.8 grams of dietary fiber
resulting in 25.3 grams of net carbs per full batch
As you can see by this display on this table
there are only a few very simple ingredients to make this marinade
Some of you may be concerned about the use of asian pears
that the fructose levels are much too high, and may not be keto consistent
in a way you are correct, but don’t worry, however I will provide you with a explanation a little bit further on
So the first step is to quarter the Asian pear
then place quartered section on the table, and cut on a diagonal to remove the center core and seeds
If I’m making the marinade, using method 1, I would use the very small holes on my box grater
to get an almost purée consistency
and now to explain why I’m using an Asian pear.
That’s because the specific enzyme in this fruit are an amazing meat tenderizer
and flavourant for this recipe, and without the Asian pear this would not taste like bulgogi sauce
If you can’t find an Asian pear, a substitute you could consider either
use a ripe kiwi, or fiji apple
the second reason why it is ok to use an Asian pear is because I am using a very small quantity
and the amount of marinade I’m going to make, is enough to marinate three full batches of meat
such as my keto beef bulgogi, or my pork bulgogi recipe
and it will also give you a really wonderful authentic Korean barbeque flavour
now to prepare the fresh ginger I use a teaspoon
which makes it much easier to scrape off the skin
I think this is the easiest way to remove the skin, without losing much of the ginger flesh
next I use the same part of the grater, and grate the ginger to the same purée consistency
I also do this for the white onion, and then the garlic.
I forgot to mention for method one you will not need a blender, you just need a bowl and a box grater.
As you are grating the ingredient, just put them directly into your small mixing bowl
once your grated fruit and vegetables are in there
add the roasted sesame seed oil, add the lakanto gold monk fruit sweetener, add your tamari
by the way, make sure you read the label, and get the gluten-free, sugar free brand of tamari.
and lastly add the water, and then just stir to make sure that everything is combined very well
and that’s all there is to making this wonderful keto bulgogi sauce, with no extra equipment
One difference that you’ll notice between this method, and the method two
you’ll notice that doing the manual method to make your keto bulgogi marinade
will result in a richer, browner colour to your sauce
now to show you method two, this is the quick blender method
to prepare this version you don’t have to do any grating at all
all you have to do is just assessable and weigh out your ingredients
roughly cut the Asian pear, and ginger into small cubes
your Lakanto gold sweetener, chop up the onion, and the garlic, and add the roasted sesame seed oil
and place them into your blender or food processor, your tamari, and water
it really doesn’t matter which order you place your ingredients in
once you’ve added all the ingredients into the blender
just purée for about 60 seconds, and that is all there is to making this fresh, great tasting
keto Korean barbeque sauce using method two
I’d like to mention that method two the sauce
will look much paler than what was made with method one
I think this is because you are adding a lot more air to the mixture
and puréeing the stuff into a more homogenous sauce
there are quite a number of recipes you can make with this bulgogi sauce
and in the future I will be posting a few more.
in the meanwhile, I hope you enjoy my keto Korean barbeque sauce and marinade
with my keto Korean beef bulgogi, or my keto pork bulgogi recipes
I hope you try this recipe because I think you’ll really like the flavour, enjoy
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Randall Smitham



  1. Pocket Posted on October 4, 2018 at 4:02 am

    How many servings in one jar? If said in the video I missed it sorry!

  2. Stephan Blake Posted on October 4, 2018 at 3:54 pm

    Gettin lawst in the sauceee

  3. Mary Gonzales Posted on October 4, 2018 at 9:19 pm

    How long will this keep in the fridge?

  4. hwnpunch Posted on October 14, 2018 at 3:18 am

    Can you make a Keto Korean spicy pork recipe?