Tag Archives: Korean recipes
Korea boiled eggs in soy sauce[Jangjolim]

Korea boiled eggs in soy sauce[Jangjolim]

Is there anyone who doesn’t like egg? Pretty sure the answer is mostly ‘No!’. Egg is the most common ingredient in the world and you can cook eggs in any methods. As a big fan of eggs, I want to share with you my yummy egg side dish recipe. Some of you may think they […]

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Korean style Egg Bread [Gaeran Bbang]

Korean style Egg Bread [Gaeran Bbang]

Hello everyone! Today, I made an interesting brunch in the morning. It’s one of the street foods in Korea, Gaeran Bbang. It’s sold on the street in cold weather. So you might be able to try this in Korean when it’s winter. It’s so delicious when the bread is fresh from the oven. I ate it […]

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Korean noodles with vegetables [Japchae]

Korean noodles with vegetables [Japchae]

This September 12th was Thanksgiving day in Korea, which we call Chuseok . On this day all the relatives gather together and celebrate a good harvest. We prepare lots of food for sharing with each other. The dish we are going to make today is a popular dish served, called Japchae. Japchae consists mainly of […]

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Korean Potato Pan cake [Gamja Jeon]

Korean Potato Pan cake [Gamja Jeon]

Potato pancakes are super easy to make and very healthy too! The best part is, you can create your own style of pancake because the main ingredient is pretty much potatoes. I use carrot and zucchini in this recipe, but feel free to add whatever you have lying around the fridge. If you want a […]

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Kimchi Stew [Kimchi Jjigae]

Kimchi Stew [Kimchi Jjigae]

Hello everyone! As you know, Korean has a lot of Kimchi dish such as fried kimchi rice, kimchi pancakes and variety of vegetable kimchi dishes. Most of all, Kimchi stew [Kimchi Jjigae] is probably the most popular stew for Koreans. If Kimchi is the leader of Korean sides, Kimchi Jjigae is the representative of stews […]

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Wheat flour noodles in clear soup [Janchi Guksu]

Wheat flour noodles in clear soup [Janchi Guksu]

There is one dish we always eat on special occations: Janchi Guksu. Janchi means ‘feast’ or ‘banquet’, and Guksu means ‘noodles’ in Korean. Noodles are the symbol of longevity for life and marriage. So we eat this dish together at weddings to  wish the bride and groom a good relationship, and also at 60th birthdays […]

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Korean Spinach side dish [Sigeumchi Namul]

Korean Spinach side dish [Sigeumchi Namul]

In this post I will introduce to you the most popular spinach side dish in Korea (yes there is more than one). Koreans enjoy their vegetable side dishes relatively unseasoned, so that you can still taste the original flavour of the vegetable. Some rules of thumb are: Never over cook and Never add too much […]

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Sesame Leaf pocket with mince beef [Kaenip Jeon]

Sesame Leaf pocket with mince beef [Kaenip Jeon]

When I was younger, my parents had their own sesame field. I used to help them harvest it, which involved hitting the sesame sticks to make the seeds fall. I enjoyed it so much I think that’s why I love eating sesame today. Because sesame leaves have lots of vitamin A and C, it’s perfect […]

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Spicy Garlic Chives [Maneol Jong]

Spicy Garlic Chives [Maneol Jong]

This is a spicy version of the Garlic chives recipe which is spicy and a little bit sour. You can add more sugar or chilli power  depending on your preference. >>Click here to download a printer friendly version of this recipe!<< (right click, Save Link As) Ingredients (serves 2-3) Garlic Chives 200g 1 Tbs soy […]

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Korean Kimchi Pork Ribs [Kimchi Galbi Jjim]

Korean Kimchi Pork Ribs [Kimchi Galbi Jjim]

What’s the first thing that springs to mind when someone mentions ‘korean food’? The answer for most people is ‘KIMCHI’. Koreans are obsessed with Kimchi . Not only is it a national food, it’s also a part of our culture and life. There are so many types of kimchi with all different ingredients. But the […]

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