Korean Soups and Stews
Six Essential Korean Stews
In Korean cooking and eating, soup or stew is served at almost every meal. Sometimes stews play a starring role at the table, but usually they are a communal dish shared by everyone at the table like banchan. There are also some Korean restaurants and meals that offer stews (chigae, jjigae) after the main dish, like seafood restaurants with raw...
The Best Korean Savory Soups
Soup is an integral part of Korean cuisine and can be served and eaten at every meal of the day. They can enjoyed as the main course, a side dish, a post-barbecue tummy soother, or even a snack. If I could choose my last meal on earth, it would definitely include a Korean soup or a stew.
Korean Bulgogi Stew (Bulgogi Jungol) Recipe
Bulgogi jungol is a hearty, delicious one-pot meal that is also a good way to use any leftover marinated bulgogi and vegetables from your fridge. I always have marinated meat in the freezer, and bulgogi jungol is one of the easiest ways to use that beef in an easy Korean stew. For an even heartier meal, add noodles to the pot.
Galbi Tang (Short Rib Soup) Recipe
Galbitang is a rich but delicate soup made from short ribs, Korean radish, and glass noodles. Some people like to add some chili seasoning after cooking to give it a little kick, but I prefer it plain with rice and banchan.
Korean Spicy Fish Stew (Mae Un Tang)
This Korean fish stew is a little bit spicy and sweet and has dozens of different fish and vegetable variations.
Anytime Asian Noodle Soup
This noodle soup is delicious and easy to make and modify for whatever vegetables or protein that you have in your kitchen. It can be made spicy or mild, chunky or smooth, and vegetarian or a meat-lover's version.
Korean Stuffed Chicken Soup with Ginseng (Sam Gae Tang) Recipe
Korean Stuffed Chicken Soup with ginseng (Sam Gae Tang) is a delicious, fragrant soup that is surprisingly easy to make. Small whole chickens or Cornish hens are stuffed with sticky rice, garlic and chestnuts and then simmered with ginseng, ginger, and garlic.
Chicken and Poached Egg Soup
This homey, tasty chicken soup is good on any day of the year. Enjoy it with or without a good splash of kochukaru (Korean chili pepper powder).
Korean "Feast" Chicken Noodle Soup (Janchi Gooksu)
This Korean chicken noodle soup is most often served at large feasts like wedding celebrations or banquet dinners. Because noodles represent long life in Korea, this delicious noodle soup is symbolic for marriages and honored guests.
Popular Korean Soups and Stews
Photo Gallery of Popular Korean Soups and Stews with Recipes Attached.
Korean Spicy Noodle Soup
This spicy soup is a forgiving recipe that I make it when I need a quick soup and only have a few ingredients in the fridge. It can take a variety of different vegetables, noodles, and proteins and will still taste good. This recipe calls for Tofu Shirataki noodles, which are low-carb and low calorie Japanese noodles. But if you are not on a low cal diet or lifestyle, you can use other Asian noodles; I like to use Japanese udon or Korean sweet potato noodles.
Pyongyang Onban, a North Korean Chicken and Rice Specialty Recipe
Onban is similar to bibimbab and naengmyun since is a mixed dish made up of different components. It can be made with either beef or chicken (and beef or chicken broth), but always includes rice, mushrooms, glass noodles (sweet potato vermicelli), mung bean pancake (bindaedduk, bin dae teok), and eggs. It also sometimes include pyongyang...