Chef Chris Oh Launches K-Pop Inspired Creations for the No Kid Hungry Charity

May 4, 2021 | Insight

Chris Oh – Image via The Absolute Brands

The creative culinary team behind Dog Haus has launched new Korean-inspired items for The Absolute Brands. Dog Haus is an award-winning concept known for its gourmet hot dogs, sausages, burgers, as well as plant-based and fried chicken dishes.

Culinary Director Adam Gertler and the Dog Haus’ culinary team partnered with acclaimed Chef and Restaurateur Chris Oh to launch “Buldogi” – an all-beef dog topped with Korean barbecue beef, K-POP kimchi mayo, pickled vegetables, and a sunny side up egg topped with scallions and furikake, served on grilled King’s Hawaiian rolls.

Drawing inspiration from Buldogi, Chef Chris Oh will debut three of The Absolute Brands’ delivery concepts dubbed Bad-Ass Breakfast Burritos, Bad Mutha Clucka and Jailbird.

Other items include

  • K-POP Burrito – Chopped Korean barbecue beef, three over-easy eggs, scallions, wasabi furikake, avocado, crispy tater tots, K-POP kimchi mayo and American cheese, in a flour tortilla. Available for pickup or delivery when ordering Bad-Ass Breakfast Burritos on your favorite delivery app.
  • K-POP Chicken Sandwich – Fried chicken tenders, K-POP honey and K-POP kimchi mayo, Haus pickled vegetables, scallions and wasabi furikake. Available for pickup or delivery when ordering Bad Mutha Clucka on your favorite delivery app.
  • K-POP Wings – Crispy fried chicken wings tossed with K-POP honey, topped with wasabi furikake and scallions; served with K-POP kimchi mayo. Available for pickup or delivery when ordering JAILBIRD on your favorite delivery app.
  • K-POP Tenders – Crispy fried chicken tenders served with K-POP honey, scallions and wasabi furikake; served with K-POP kimchi mayo. Available for pickup or delivery when ordering JAILBIRD on your favorite delivery app.

“I love to take guests on a special culinary journey through exceptional Korean flavors, and Adam and I believe each of The Absolute Brands’ new items do just that,” Chris Oh says.

“Working with the Dog Haus team has been an incredible opportunity, and we’ve come up with some insanely delicious creations that will stand out to guests. As if a Korean-inspired hot dog wasn’t already unique enough, ever heard of a Korean BBQ-inspired breakfast burrito? Probably not. We’re showing everyone what innovation means to us, and we’re giving back to No Kid Hungry in the process!”  

You can taste for yourself at any Bad-Ass Breakfast Burrito, Bad Mutha Clucka and JAILBIRD locations nationwide, with $1 of the purchase price from each going to the brand’s national charity partner, No Kid Hungry.


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