bbq singapore

Savory Korean BBQ Sauce

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Sponsored Post

I've never received a product like this to review on ever, so i'm really excited in being creative with it.

I'm sure a majority number of you have been through that korean bbq craze happening before. Not sure if the craze is still on-going but I am pretty sure I can never get enough of it! I recall being obsessed with it when I was on my Korea trip. 

Anyway, what do you say to whipping up some korean bbq food right at home?! *nobody would say no, obviously. Don't lie to yourself
You can do that easily with the help of these korean bbq sauces!

These sauces are made from carefully selected spices from Korea & China, mixed to create an irresistible flavour.
They are specially formulated to be a perfect fit for everything from your grilled fish to salad & hamburgers!
*can be used as a complimentary sauce for cooked dishes as well as marinating sauce for any type of cooking (BBQ, panfrying etc.)

These same carefully simmered sauces are used by most Korean restaurants in Singapore too!


Hey, I actually was hardworking and help assist my mom in cooking this! People who know me know I don't really cook. Haha. But if you count cooking instant noodles as cooking, then I guess I do. *shh, don't, just don't.

Marinated pork belly with the sauce and then stir-fried it! The smell was just drool-worthy. Ask my mom. She agreed. -smirks- Added some onions to the dish to make the taste even better.

The sauce turned out to be not too salty nor sweet, to my surprise. You would think it would be given its colour and how thick it looks. I feel that it is definitely suitable to eat with just the dish itself.
However, it could be a little better by adding soy sauce to make it a little saltier or onions to make it sweeter depending on your preference! *Just a little tip for you ;)


Decided to bend the rule a little by using this sauce with vegetables. After tasting the end product, I personally would not recommend it. *why did I bend the rule Haha
The sauce itself tasted pretty sweet and would probably be more suited for meat than vegetables. But of course, if you are like my sister who enjoyed the sweet taste with vegetables, then you may enjoy it.


As you can probably tell, it would seem that we cooked it in a similar way as the first one. Except this time, we did not use the sauce to marinate it but poured it in in the midst of stir-frying it.

I have to point out that the smell of this sauce is quite empowering in a good way. It smelled like the sauce you get from the Korean spicy rice cake(Tteokbokki). I kid you not!
It's perfect for those who wanna try whipping up Korean spicy rice cake on their own.

However, I do think there is a need to add water to this sauce as it can taste a little too sweet on its own, in my opinion.
It also can be quite spicy for some of you!

Will you just look at how adorable Toffee is?!! Decided it would be a great idea to put the Korean costume to use. He is such a model.

Not going to lie but this sauce is too salty by itself so we had a little bit of help from water as well.
But together with wine and the sweetness of scallop, it was actually a perfect combination!
*tip: you can try adding sweet ingredients to neutralise the taste
Smell wise: I could smell quite a strong scent of herbs from the sauce itself.
Overall, I think all of them are great recipes to go with bbq meat considering their taste. Although some can be too salty or sweet, that won't be too much of a problem with water! 

Are you interested in purchasing this Korean BBQ sauce pack for yourself? 
You can purchase it here - 
Thank you for reading!

You Might Also Like


Follow My Blog

Facebook Page