When I entertain, I like to: cook Korean short ribs. It’s an affordable cut of meat and it’s not time-consuming. You can marinate it for days, overnight, an hour—and it’s going to be super flavorful. The marinade’s full of soy sauce, brown sugar (of course) and garlic. Sometimes I’ll grate in a Granny Smith apple to add an extra layer of sweetness. All you need to do is throw the marinated short ribs under the broiler, about 3 minutes on each side, and you have dinner. I love how quickly it comes together. You can impress your guests too because it looks like something that took a long time.
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