Korean

Bulgogi Bibimbap

Bulgogi Bibimbap

I love bibimbap.  "Mixed rice" is what it means, and the possibilities are endless.

Spicy Kimchi Noodle

Spicy Kimchi Noodle

Isn't kimchi great? It stays good in your refrigerator for months, you can use it as is, in stews, soups, seasoned, as a side, as a main ingredient, the possibilities are endless.

Making Jeon

Jeon

Jeon refers to Korean food that is cooked slowly in a frying pan,usually lightly coated in flour and dipped in egg, but not always.  You can have seafood jeon, different vegetable jeon, and a special meat pattie one that I will blog about separately.

Pork Belly over Rice

Pork Belly over Rice

I love pork belly.  I love it plain, marinated, sauteed with kimchi, any which way I can have pork belly, it's always delicious.

Making Japchae - Simplified

Making Japchae - Simplified

Since I've shared with you the traditional japchae recipe here, I will also post a modified japchae recipe that is fast and simple, but still delicious and flavorful.

Making Japchae - Traditional Way

Making Japchae - Traditional Way

Japchae is probably one of the most popular Korean dishes to Koreans and non-Koreans alike. The sweet potato noodle dish is a staple at parties, birthday celebrations, and any get togethers in Korean households.

Tteokbokki, the Traditional Way

Tteokbokki, Goonjoong tteokbokki, traditional tteokbokki

Although most people familiar with  Korean cuisine are aware of the spicy, fiery tteokbokki, not many people are aware that the traditional tteokbokki was not spicy or red.

Bacon Kimchi Fried Rice

Bacon Kimchi Fried Rice

Kimchi Fried Rice is probably the easiest Korean dish to make. All you need is kimchi, rice, sesame oil, and egg.

Bibimbap - Veggie Style

Bibimbap - Veggie Style

There are gazillion ways to make bibimbap. Bibimbap just means "mixed rice," so the possibilities are endless.

Oxtail Soup Lovin'

Korean Oxtail Soup

To me, nothing says love like oxtail soup. Oxtail soup is simple to make, does not require any special seasoning or difficult cooking technique, yet it takes a long time and dedication to make a great bowl. It is chicken soup for the soul, Korean style.

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