It’s time for a tasty dinner with Air Fryer Korean BBQ Beef!
This post is sponsored by Pompeian Oils, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
By now most of you probably understand my love of the Air Fryer, right? One thing we absolutely love to make in it is meals such as the Air Fryer Korean BBQ Beef.
This meal is done by cooking the thin steak first in the air fryer and then simply mixing it with a Korean BBQ Sauce using Pompeian Oils. It’s one of those meals that typically you would probably think of ordering it out, now though you can make it right at home.
How do you make Air Fryer Korean BBQ Beef?
To make this dish, you will want to pick up a thin sirloin or flank steak and cut it against the grain. The slices need to be thinly sliced, in this case think bite sized chewable pieces.
It’s also best to coat the steak with cornstarch and Coconut Oil Spray.
We like to use the Coconut Oil Spray because it adds a nice subtle, sweet flavor and gives it more of a crispy finish with the cooking in the air fryer.
The flavors compliment the dish well.
This spray does not contain any artificial additives either, which makes it a great choice for the whole family.
When this spray is used there are no propellants that dispense into the air.
The key ingredient here is going to be the Korean BBQ Sauce. I’ve adapted the recipe a bit and also use Pompeian White Wine Vinegar to add to the sauce.
This is a great addition with a crisp, clean taste and it contains 0g of sugar.
It works perfectly with a variety of sauces.
What do you need for Air Fryer Korean BBQ Beef?
- Air Fryer
- Thinly Sliced Steak
- Pompeian Coconut Oil Spray
- Pompeian White Wine Vinegar
- Brown Sugar
- Gluten Free Soy Sauce
- Ground Ginger
- Sesame Seeds
- Garlic Clove
- Hot Chili Sauce
- Green Onions
This is what you will need to make Air Fryer Korean BBQ Beef. We like to pair ours with green beans and rice to complete the meal.
Remember to that this is just my version of Korean BBQ Sauce and what works best for our family.
I have seen others that add in Sesame Oil or Asian Pear Juice. Feel free to add those in if you prefer as well.
This is such a delicious hearty meal for fall. The sauce can actually be used on a variety of meats like ribs or chicken as well.
A meat of choice is short ribs, which is a great one to add this to and grill outside.
It’s a great choice for a cookout in the fall with grilled meats, plus a nice alternative to traditional bbq sauce.
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Are you ready to eat up? It’s time for Air Fryer Korean BBQ Beef!
I am now using a Ninja Foodi Air Fryer; however, you can check out a variety of different air fryers in my post on, How to Choose the Right Air Fryer.
Air Fryer Korean BBQ Beef
- 1 Pound Flank Steak or Thinly Sliced Steak
- 1/4 Cup Corn Starch
- Pompeian Oils Coconut Spray
- 1/2 Cup Soy Sauce or Gluten-Free Soy Sauce
- 1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
- 2 Tbsp Pompeian White Wine Vinegar
- 1 Clove Garlic Crushed
- 1 Tbsp Hot Chili Sauce
- 1 Tsp Ground Ginger
- 1/2 Tsp Sesame Seeds
- 1 Tbsp Cornstarch
- 1 Tbsp Water
- Begin by preparing the steak. Thinly slice it then toss in the cornstarch.
- Spray the basket or line it with foil in the air fryer with coconut oil spray.
- Add the steak and spray another coat of spray on top.
- Cook in the air fryer for 10 minutes at 390*, turn the steak and cook for an additional 10 minutes.
- While the steak is cooking add the sauce ingredients EXCEPT the cornstarch and water to a medium saucepan.
- Warm it up to a low boil, then whisk in the cornstarch and water.
- Carefully remove steak and pour sauce over the steak, mix well.
- Serve topped with sliced green onions, cooked rice, and green beans.
The residual heat wasn’t enough to cook the sauce. It was watery, tasted like raw garlic and vinegar – not good. I removed the bottom grate from the airfryer leaving just the flat basket, added the meat back in with the sauce, stirred and airfried for 2 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit, tossing every 30 seconds. Then it was a decent base recipe to add on to!
Not quite sure what to say on this one, b/c the sauce has to be cooked in a saucepan on the stove top unless you have a Ninja Foodi Multi-Cooker with a saute function.
How should I cook the beef using Ninja Foodi 4-in-1 Indoor Grill? There’s Aircrisp, Roast, Grill, Bake & Dehydrate functions. Which one should I use; temperature and for how long? Thank you.
This would be done with the air crisp function using the same method listed in the recipe card. With the Ninja Foodi, Air Crisp is their way of saying “Air Fryer”.