I have a ton of new recipes for you right now- including modern Korean, traditional Korean, and Koreanish foods and dishes.
Happy Weekend and Enjoy!
Summer is on its way, so get ready to cool off with these refreshing Korean recipes. No one wants to spend hours in the kitchen when it's gorgeous out, so whip together these delicious, healthy dishes in a flash:
Kimchee (or kimchee) fried rice is comforting, delicious Korean homecooking. But sometimes (or on hot days), even the simplest regular version can seem like too much work if you don't already have rice in the cooker. This easier rice cooker version cooks the kimchi with the rice for an easy weeknight meal.
Photo (cc) flippinyank
Photo (cc) flippinyank
This crazy good seafood noodle soup is one of the most popular Korean-Chinese or Japanese-Chinese dishes. What do the hyphens mean? It means that you'll probably eat and enjoy this dish at Chinese restaurants in Korea. Ditto for Japan. But it doesn't really matter where you have it, as it's always delicious.
It's not going to happen overnight, but it's pretty easy to make Korean plum 'wine' at home. Just mix, stir, and ignore it for a couple months. Get the recipe for maesil ju here.
Rabokki (or Raboki) is the combination of ramen noodles and dukbokki, the spicy Korean street food dish of stir-fried rice cakes. It's hearty, delicious, and not at all healthy. Enjoy!
This is a diverse list of easy, delicious lunch recipes to make at home- it has everything from sashimi to spam to linguine. The more we cook at home, the healthier we become. And Happy Easter!
You don't usually think of stews when springtime arrives, but it's still pretty nippy in most parts of the States. So enjoy these essential Korean stew recipes while it's a little bit drizzly and gray outside.
And don't forget: April showers bring May flowers!
There are too many amazing types of kimchi that I need to make and document. There are actually hundreds of varieties, and I don't think I've ever met a kimchi that I don't like. This cucumber kimchi (oi sobaegi) is one of my favorites, but there are dozens of others that I always greet as long-lost friends if I haven't seen (or eaten) them in awhile.
Some Kimchi recipes for you to try: