• Memorial Day Weekend Grilling Recipe; Korean BBQ

    Memorial Day Weekend Grilling Recipe; Korean BBQ

    Korean BBQ is one of the most popular ways of grilling meat, typically marinated beef, pork or chicken.  On this Memorial Day weekend, add some flare to your grilling with different types of Korean BBQ recipes. Bulgogi Bulgogi (Beef Korean BBQ) is made from thin slices of sirloin or other prime cuts of beef Ingredients; 2 pounds sliced beef (sirloin or other prime cuts...
  • Tteokbokki – Korean spicy stir-fried rice cakes

    Tteokbokki – Korean spicy stir-fried rice cakes

      Tteokbokki (Stir -fried rice cake) is one of the most popular Korean street foods with chewy tteok in savory spicy sauce. Tteok (Korean rice cake) and gochujang (Korean hot pepper paste) are used as main ingredients. Ingredients: 1 pound tteokbokki tteok (cylinder-shaped rice cake) ½ pound eomuk (fish cakes) 2 scallions 4 ounces green cabbage 4 cups of water 7 large size dried anchovies, with heads and intestines...
  • Make your own and find your best favorite 'Buchimgae' or 'Jeon'

    Make your own and find your best favorite 'Buchimgae' or 'Jeon'

    'Buchimpage' or 'Jeon', known as Korean Pancake, is one of the Korean’s most favorite appetizers and is served as a starter or a snack. With your own choice of ingredients, simply soak in a batter made of Korean Pancake Mix, you can easily cook and enjoy all different kinds of ‘Buchimgae’ or ‘Jeon’ in each season.   Haemul Pajeon (Korean seafood and scallion pancake)...
  • How to make Ram-don (Jjapaguri) from movie “Parasite”

    How to make Ram-don (Jjapaguri) from movie “Parasite”

    Ram-don (or Jjapaguri), from the Oscar-winning film "Parasite" is getting highly popular all over the world.   The term ram-don was created by the film's translator, a conjunction of ramen and udon that he thought American audiences would understand better than its true Korean name, jjapaguri. Jjapaguri  (짜파구리) is simply a combination of two different Korean instant noodles “Jjapaghetti (짜파게티)” and “Neoguri (너구리)” In...
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