truck makes a sandwich with "Korean braised beef". This seems like an overly generic label that will net quick results on
, etc without getting anywhere near the right neighborhood. Maybe you've had the Mustang and can describe it better than
(who do pretty well in bits and starts). I'll summarize below.
In case you are playing at home, the main ingredients of this sandwich are:
* "Korean Braised Beef", darkish, maybe salty-sweet. Our #1 mystery ingredient Next time I should to buy a second for proper disscetion. Pulled like pork. A glamour shot by someone unrelated here (thanks 21st century!)
* Kimchi, fresh and pretty mild, may be considered taking liberties.
* Sirarcha and wasabe "aoili": I'm not sure whether that stretches the term or not, those dudes are kind of serious but its also a fussy way of saying "sauce" without having anything to do with aioli. Then again, that photo suggests its a lot of it for now not in-your-face with either flavor it is.
* Obscene bread, buttered obscenely and grilled to obscene crispness (I mean, right? Everything going for you here)
I need to make some sort of home version part of my repertoire as the truck just isn't right down the block as it needs to be (==until I am composed mostly of braised beef sandwich). Hope me, culinary hive mind!