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Japchae is traditionally served as a side dish for special occasions. The noodles are made from sweet potato starch, which makes it naturally gluten free and healthy! Mixed vegetables such as onions, mushrooms, carrots, and spinach are stir-fried with the noodles to cr...

The Korean pickled radish is commonly served with Korean Fried Chicken. These crunchy, sweet, and refreshing cubes really taste great as a complement to any fried dish. And the great news is, these are very easy to make at home!

 

These also taste great as a side di...

Korean Fried Chicken is known as the new "KFC." There is something addicting about these crispy wings slathered in a delicious sweet sauce. This dish goes so well with an ice cold beer, that Koreans have coined the phrase "Chi-Maek" or Chi-cken and Maek-ju (beer)! The...

Mapo Tofu is traditionally a Chinese dish, but Koreans love it so much that they created their own twist to it! Korean Mapo Tofu is generally spicier than its Chinese counterpart. This recipe is great if you need to come up with dinner in a rush. The key is using my sp...

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)...

This sauce is the soup base for Soft Tofu Stew (순두부 찌개, Soondubu Jjigae) and for Mapo Tofu. I like to make this sauce in large batches and leave it in the fridge, so that whenever I want soft tofu stew or mapo tofu, it is ready in 10-15 minutes. The sauce can last for...

 Bibimbap literally means “mixed rice”.  It’s very popular dish at Korean restaurants, and it is generally a “safe” choice, as it tastes good no matter where you get it from.  I like to make this when I am cooking for a large group because people can choose what they w...

 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...

Spicy Pickled Cucumbers (Cucumber Kimchi), is one of my favorite “banchan”, or side dishes. Crunchy, fresh, and spicy, this dish is ready to eat as soon as you are done making it. You can let it ferment for a few days in the fridge if you wish for more of a “kimchi” ta...

Bulgogi literally means “fire meat”, and is a popular Korean BBQ dish. Everyone makes it slightly different, but the universally common ingredients are thinly sliced rib eye, soy sauce, sugar, garlic, and sesame oil. At Korean restaurants, people commonly will gather a...

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