This is a fantastic Korean way of preparing barbecued beef called bulgogi. It is eaten with the fingers and the sauce is fantastic!
This is absolutely my family's favorite meal and has been for at least 30 years. What this recipe needs is LOTS of garlic. We do NOT eat this with our fingers. - 26 Nov 2014
koreans don't eat this with their fingers -_- but its sooo cool!!! it's a bit different to the way my mum makes this but people have different taste and likings :D - 15 Sep 2013
We tried this while camping over the weekend. I don't like to substitute the first time I make a recipe, but I looked at THREE different stores for hot chile paste and had no luck. I substituted hot thai chili sauce, so I don't now how much that altered the recipe. I did everything else exactly as instructed and we LOVED the results. When I told hubby what I was making I could see the look of doubt on his face -- "wrapped in lettuce leaves???" But I lost count of how may he ate and he has already requested that I make it when we go camping again Labor Day Weekend. I served this with Far East brand Ginger Sesame Rice which was a great accompaniment -- we'd add a little to our lettuce bundle before wrapping and eating. YUMMY! I'm not sure whether to keep searching for the chile paste or stick with the chile sauce. Either way THANKS for the great recipe and a nice addition to our camping trip menu! - 28 Aug 2006 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)