Easy 4th of July Asian-style Recipes

by Asian Recipes At Home

How about a recipe roundup of some non-traditional recipes for your 4th of July celebrations?! We are sharing some of our favorite recipes to make for a large gathering of family and friends! 

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Asian-style grilled recipes for the 4th of July with Asian chicken wings and Korean BBQ Short Ribs (Galbi)

Plus, with Summer in full swing, the recipes we are sharing in this list will mostly consist of grill-friendly recipes. Grilling outside with friends and family just screams “America!”. Hopefully, you’ll discover some dishes you’ll enjoy, as well as some inspiration to get you started in the kitchen this Independence Day!

 


1. Korean BBQ Bulgogi Burger⁣

This Korean BBQ Bulgogi Burger recipe is marinated in a slightly sweet and savory marinade, cooked on the grill, and then topped with cheese and delicious homemade kimchi relish. This can easily be transformed into a low-carb option by eliminating the pretzel bun and adding a side of grilled vegetables or a salad, like our fresh Korean spinach salad. A delicious Korean twist to an American classic.

This Korean BBQ Bulgogi Burger recipe is marinated in a slightly sweet and savory marinade, cooked on the grill, and then topped with cheese and delicious homemade kimchi relish.

 


2. Best Korean BBQ Short Ribs (LA Galbi Gui)

Korean-style beef short ribs are marinated in a delicious homemade marinade and then grilled to perfection. Everyone will love and devour these beef short ribs! Just make sure to prep ahead, because these ribs are better the longer they marinate. We recommend letting these short ribs marinate for 24-30 hours for the best flavor! It is well worth the wait!

Make the best Korean BBQ short ribs (LA galbi gui) with our easy recipe. Korean-style beef short ribs are marinated in a delicious homemade marinade, and then grilled to perfection.
 


3. Ginger Garlic Pork Ribs

These pork ribs are marinated in a ginger, garlic, and coconut aminos marinade and then grilled to perfection. This marinade makes these ribs naturally a bit sweet from the coconut aminos and delivers a little kick from the fresh garlic and ginger. The secret to this recipe is a long marinade time, so make sure to prepare ahead to allow for maximum marinating time. This recipe also just happens to be Paleo and Whole30 friendly.

Pork ribs are marinated in a ginger, garlic, and coconut aminos marinade and then grilled to perfection.

 


4. Grilled Asian Chicken Wings⁣

These chicken wings are grilled to perfection in an Asian-inspired sauce that is bursting with umami flavors. This recipe is easy to make and can easily be doubled or tripled for your next large gathering or celebration. Your guests will be so grateful you made these grilled chicken wings.⁣

Grilled Asian-inspired chicken wings recipe ready to eat.

 

Happy July 4th, everyone!

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