Kalbi BBQ Ribs Hawaiian Style Recipe

This Recipe is from: Recipe Zaar

35 min | 15 min prep


  1. Place ribs in a glass dish or a tupperware marinator.
  2. Mix all ingrediants except for the optional ones in a pan and warm until the sugar melts, then cool.
  3. Pour marinade over ribs, add optional ingredients if you like, and place in the refrigerator 4 hours or overnight, mixing up occasionally to make sure all ribs are covered with sauce.
  4. Grill or broil until sizziling,being careful not to burn because of the sugar.


devri said…
Maybe now all our earnings won't go to l&l.. lol

thanks for all that you do.

ofa lahi atu.
sokeleng said…
I like your blog. It is very informative and involves a lot hard work to capture those pictures. You really show you are passionate about food.

The taste of the kalbi rib is awesome! My husband and kids like this dish very much. I used tenderloin pork in replace of beef rib. He said the ginger flavoured rib solve his indigestion problem. I guess he is right, because ginger paste is full of enzyme. I can’t agree with you more, the well toasted sesame seed gives the pork slightly nutty flavour it is very appetising. The shortcoming of this dish is it was it has less sweetness (I didn’t put enough sugar.) The dish was decorated in fusion style ( mixed of Japanese and Korean). I used the kitchen helper a www.bakingfrenzy.com/benriner-mandoline-slicer-p-354.html (Benriner mandoline) to shredded some cabbage and put it under the pork. Sweetness of cabbage is good accompaniment for Kalbi sauce.
Unknown said…
Just letting you know we still use this link and recipe!!! We've used it for years and love it! We can no-longer order Kalbi at restaurants where we only get three pieces... Now we can have a whole PLATE FULL! Thanks again for the great recipe!
Kenneth Tupea said…
Dear Unknown,

Ane and I are very glad that you enjoy this recipe and glad that we have it here available for you. Please stay tuned as we continually add and refine recipes on our blog!


Kenneth & Ane Tupea