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If you grew up in a Korean household, chances are you ate miyeokguk on your birthday. Korean moms typically will make this "Birthday Soup" for their children to celebrate.  This is because Korean moms will eat tons of this soup after giving birth! They say that miyeokg...

One of my favorite meals to order at a Korean restaurant is Kalbi Tang. The key to a good Kalbi Tang is a wonderfully smooth clean tasting beef broth. The short ribs should be fall off the bone, and you will love the taste of this hearty soup!

This recipe normally takes...

When kimchi gets very sour and overripe, it's time to turn it into Kimchi Jjigae! Kimchi Jjigae is a rich spicy stew that is perfect for the fall and winter seasons. It is the ultimate Korean comfort food!  

This recipe is the Instant Pot version. The adv...

I am excited to share my first Instant Pot recipe! I recently bought an Instant Pot on Amazon, and I am in love. I never imagined that cooking delicious foods would be so quick and easy! It is so nice to prepare the food in the Instant pot, then walk away without watch...

When its cold outside, the first thing I want to eat is a hot pot of bubbling stew. Korean beef hot pot is a wonderful stew that warms you right up! If you made my Korean BBQ beef (Bulgogi) and have some in the freezer, you are already halfway done with the recipe! Jus...

Who doesn’t love Soft Tofu Stew? This bubbly stew is delicious, versatile, and can take you only 10 minutes!! You can add almost anything you want: dumplings, kimchi, seafood, beef, or pork! At a Korean restaurant it is served in a ceramic pot (called a 뚝배기, ttukbaegi)...

 Budae Jigae or “Army Base Stew” originated in the 1950s after the Korean War ended. Food was scarce after the war, and Koreans would take surplus foods from the American military bases and put it in a stew, hence its name. The stew comprises of processed meats like sp...

Kimchi Jjigae is a classic comfort food.  Koreans will make this rich, hearty stew when their kimchi in the fridge has become too sour to eat as a banchan (side dish).  Never throw out old kimchi!  You can make a multitude of delicious recipes from old kimchi.  The tas...

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