Bulgogi Ciabatta Sandwich Recipe

Bulgogi Ciabatta Sandwich

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Ingredients

  • Your preferred Bulgogi recipe
  • Fresh greens, preferably spicy in nature (i.e. wild rocket, romaine, etc)
  • Tomatoes sliced thin
  • Fresh ciabatta bread
  • Mayo
  • Mustard

How to make Bulgogi Ciabatta Sandwich


This is a quick, easy and delicious SANG-wich that I've been wanting to make ever since I heard about Kogi in LA. But instead of making it taco like, I thought of making it Italian sammichy-like. The crusty soft ciabatta goes very well with the sweet savory bulgogi. And the nice kicks of the greens with the mustard accompany the mustard to make this dish very fusion-esque and not deviate too much from the fact that you're eating some good Bulgogi.

Very simple.
  1. Cut ciabatta, and spread good amounts of mayo and mustard on each side. (Mayo one side and mustard on other side; I don't like mixing)
  2. Place greens and totato on the side that touches mayo.
  3. Cook bulgogi and while it's nice and hot, place it on the side that would touch the mustard.
  4. Nom nom. Mmmkay?

  • muttoneer
    muttoneer says

    I am thinking it is time to buy some beef.

  • ShoggothDreams
    ShoggothDreams says

    This sounds wonderful! I am a huge fan of Ciabatta bread, and loooooove Pork Bulgogi, but I am sure a spicier Beef Bulgogi would be at least as good. Closest I ever came to this was trying to use up a small bit of takeout Bulgogi, and had no rice, so I tried on a hamburger bun. Even that was amazing, so this should be ten-fold!

  • iconsam
    iconsam says

    @ShoggothDreams Pork + Ciabatta also goes really well together. It would essentially be a pork sandwich with Korean goodness. @muttoneer Beef is good.

  • Jaylene
    Jaylene says

    I have extra bulgogi in the fridge, marinating righht now. I wonder if this would go good with samgyeopsal?! (Spicy stuff or marinated... mmm...) I love your Korean fusion recipes. :0

  • iconsam
    iconsam says

    Thanks Jaylene! Hmmm samgyeopsal is a great idea as well. Again, that would borderline it being a great bacon/pork sandwich, in which case, I would like to introduce pickles or more zest, making it more like a Cubano sammich. Which is by all means, fine by me.

  • telliecoin
    telliecoin says

    oh hello YUM!!!!

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