Do you love a tender, juicy, flavorful burger? This recipe is really easy and packed with yummy Korean flavors you know and love. The weekends are for no fuss meals, laughs and good conversation. Yeah for FriYAYYY!

Get out that Born with Seoul #bulgogi sauce and Original Sesame #gochujang and let's make some burgers!

Ingredients for 4 burgers


Gochujang Aoli

Optional ingredients

  • Kimchi

  • Arugula

Step 1

Start with making the gochujang aoli! In a small mixing bowl combine Original Gochujang sauce, Rice Vinegar, and Mayo. Mix.

Step 2

Time to make the hamburger patties. Add 1/3 cup of our Bulgogi sauce with the hamburger. Mush them together! Divide them into 4 balls and flatten them into patties.

Step 3

Go get yourself a beer. Preheat the grill to medium heat!

  • Flip every 2-3 minutes.

  • They took around 8 minutes for medium rare.

Layers and Layers of FLAAAAAVORRR.

Enjoy your weekend. You deserve it!

Looking for a refreshing summer salad? This recipe pairs well with citrus fruits and happens to be drop dead GORGEOUS. Don't worry, this vinaigrette isn't spicy. It's the perfect amount of sweet, citrus and tanginess.

I know it can be hard finding time to make your salad dressing yourself, but it's worth it!

Salad for two

Gochujang Vinaigrette ingredients

Salad ingredients

Step 1

  • There really isn't a bunch of steps for this dressing. I like to mince all my vinaigrette ingredients and combine them all into a small mason jar. Then you can shake it up and let the favors meld together. Then just spoon the right amount for you, onto your salad.

So cute right?!?

Step 2

  • I prefer to plate each salad and layer the ingredients. I start with the bottom layer of power greens, then citrus fruits, green onion, then nuts and micro greens. Now your salad is ready for a drizzle or two of gochujang vinaigrette.


Share your meal and tag us. I'm nosey...what did you make for dinner?!?! #bornwithseoul

i grew up eating a lot of lettuce wraps as a child.... still do! it's one of my go-to meals because it's easy and it's what i know. my parents farmed in korea and they always grew lettuce, among other things, and now i grow lettuce! you can substitute so many different veggies for this recipe. the sauce really fuses it all together. i hope you enjoy this recipe and enjoy the process of making it.

i love the feeling of presenting a beautiful meal.


  • 1/4 C garlic, minced

  • 1/2 C squash, roughly chopped

  • 1/2 C zucchini, roughly chopped

  • 1/2 C RAW cashews (unsalted), roughly chopped

  • 1/2 C portobello (1 mushroom), roughly chopped

  • 1/2 C green onion (1 bunch), roughly chopped

  • 1 C Born with Seoul - bulgogi sauce

  • 1 C tofu firm, cubed

  • butter lettuce

Step 1

  1. Chop Chop! Turn on some music (no news allowed) and start chopping away. Finely mince your garlic. Roughly chop your squash, zucchini, cashews, portobello mushroom, and green onion.

  2. Combine ingredients in a bowl and add 1 C of Born With Seoul bulgogi sauce.

  3. Let this marinate for 1 hr.

Step 2

  1. Cube your tofu into bite size pieces. Set aside

Step 3

  1. Heat skillet to medium heat. Once hot, add the marinated ingredients.

  2. Let simmer until sauce is reduced to half and still occasionally.

Step 4

  1. Reduce heat to low.

  2. Added cubed tofu and stir.

  3. Turn off heat and let it sit.

Step 5

  1. Let it cool down for a couple minutes.

  2. Serve on butter lettuce.

Cheers!!! (건배 geonbae) !!!

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