Beef Short Rib Stew (Galbi Jjim) – Korean Style (Galbi Jjim)

I bought beef short ribs, the Korean style,  and usually I made it in soup!

But this time, I don’t want to make it as usual. And I found some recipes for Korean Beef Short Rib Stew but none of them looks simple and easy for me.

This lazy mom then did some modification on the recipe just to make life easier!

Do you also want to try it?

Here, I share with you 😉

Beef Short Rib Stew – Korean Style (Galbi Jjim)



2 pounds Short ribs – Korean Style (Cut it into smaller size)

5 tbs soy sauce

8 cloves garlic,  minced

1 small onion, thinly sliced

1 tbs mirin/rice wine ( I use Non-Alchohol)

2 carrot (cut into chunks)

1 potato (cut into chunks)

1 sweet potato (cut into chunks)

4 tbs honey (you can use sugar if you want, but not for me)

1tbs sesame oil

Sliced green onion


-First, I will blanch the meat, and cook it in medium heat until it is boiling, and change to low heat, cover the pan and leave it for 2 hours (until the meat tender) – this is the longer part, but it is not difficult to do 😉

-Reduce the broth and leave it around 4 cups. (You can keep the extra broth for another purpose like soup, etc.)

-Mix the soy sauce, garlic, onion, mirin, honey in a bowl and stir it until the honey is dissolved.

– Pour the mixture over the ribs and broth, stir to combine, bring to a boil.

-Add carrots, potato and sweet potato, sesame oil and simmer until all tender.

– Remove the beef and vegetables to a serving dish and reduce the broth in the pot and continue to boil it. The purpose to make a thicker sauce/gravy (only slightly thicker)

– Pour the sauce/gravy over ribs and vegetables, sprinkle with sliced green onion.

Oh! That’s it!

Ready to Serve!!!

Happy Cooking!

-The Lazy Mom-

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