SLOW COOKER KOREAN SHORT RIBS (GALBI JJIM)

4 years ago
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One of my favorite dishes from my childhood is my mom’s Galbi Jjim, which literally means “braised short ribs” in Korean. In the original recipe, thick cut ribs are cooked with potatoes, carrots, and radish in soy sauce, sweetened with brown sugar or corn syrup. It’s absolutely delicious and it’s one of those crowd favorite dishes. While I love the original recipe, I wanted to recreate it using Paleo-friendly ingredients: coconut aminos, instead of soy sauce, and a blended Asian pear, instead of sugar. I think it’ll also work fine with a regular pear. [Read more]

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