Category: Korean

Bulgogi (Korean BBQ)

Bulgogi (Korean BBQ) We can make this famous Korean dish at home just with some simple ingredients which are some basic ingredients for Asian cuisine : soy sauce, sugar, garlic, pepper and sesame oil. Bulgogi is Korean style grilled meat slices, we could use pork or beef, but I prefer to use pork. They can Read More …

Korean Stir-Fried Spicy Tofu

Korean Stir-Fried Spicy Tofu My husband basically doesn’t like spicy food but he loves this. This is inspired from a Chinese hotpot restaurant in Stuttgart which also serve this dish. I’ve tried to make it similar using a mixture of Korean hot pepper paste and tomato ketchup to make it sweeter. I believe that you Read More …

Kimbab (Korean Rice Rolls)

Kimbab (Korean Rice Rolls) This is Korean version of Makisushi (Japanese sushi rolls), “Kimbab” or sometimes written as “kimbap” or “gimbap”. Korean people usually bring this for picnic, it’s simple to make and easy to pack and transport because they’re cut into bite size roll pieces. You can actually use vegetables or meat you like Read More …

Korean Fried Chicken

Korean Fried Chicken First time I ate this fried chicken, was in a Korean bar near my uni in Beijing. Some Korean friends asked me to go with them to this bar, they said that this bar has very good spicy fried chicken. Korean people usually eat this fried chicken while drinking soju, which is Read More …

Kimchi Bokkeumbap (Kimchi Fried Rice)

Kimchi Bokkeumbap (Kimchi Fried Rice) I usually make this only for myself, because it’s quite spicy for my husband and daughter 😉 but I really love eating this, even it’s so simple and doesn’t contain any meat (only an egg). It would taste wonderful for them who love Korean foods or spicy foods. You can Read More …

Bibimguksu (Korean Spicy Mixed Noodles)

Bibimguksu ( Korean Spicy Mixed Noodles) I love it! It tastes between spicy, sour and sweet, even it doesn’t contain any meat (has only boiled egg if you like). I used my homemade “quick” kimchi for this noodles, but you can also use canned kimchi which are sold in most asian grocery stores. Spicy Mixed Read More …

“Quick” Kimchi

“Quick” Kimchi Kimchi is most popular traditional Korean side dish, made from fermented vegetables and seasonings. Most of Korean make kimchi with hot pepper flakes, but I choose to make it using hot pepper paste and make it quicker without “rice flour porridge” as paste. Kimchi could be eaten directly after making, but I like Read More …

Japchae (Korean Stir-fried Glass Noodles)

Japchae (Korean Stir-fried Glass Noodles) Sometimes also known as “Chapchae” or “Jabchae”, but how it’s written, it points to this tasty stir-fried glass noodles with beef and vegetables in light soy sauce. Japchae (Photo credit : Veronica) Japchae (Korean Stir-fried Glass Noodles) Serve : 4 Ingredients:For the glass noodles:200 gr dried dangmyun (Korean glass noodles), Read More …

Korean Stir-fried Spicy Pork

Korean Stir-fried Spicy Pork It is called “Jeyuk-Bokkeum” in Korean, this is perfect for rainy cold days. It’s spicy, hot and of course very tasty! You can use chicken or squid if you don’t eat pork. Korean Stir-fried Spicy Pork Korean Stir-fried Spicy Pork Serve: 4 Ingredients :500 gr pork belly (or pork neck if Read More …