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Korean Gosari Namul
This Korean fern brake side dish is one of the most common Korean holiday side dishes. You can make this anytime you want. Since it is hard to always get fresh gosari, and usually the dried gosari is available at the Korean grocery stores, here is a video... - 129.5
Korean Food: Beef And Sea Mustard Soup (소고기 미역국)
1. In a bowl, soak the dried sea mustard in water for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes of soaking, the sea mustard will yield about 1 cup.
2. On a chopping board, cut the soaked sea mustard into bite sized pieces and keep aside.
3. In a hot... - 124.311
Korean Food: Sweet Rice Drink, Sikhye (식혜)
The Korean New Year is soon approaching, and it is time to start preparing for the traditional Korean food. Like every culture, Korea too has its traditional foods and beverages and Sikhye is one of them. Watch this video to learn an easy way to make this... - 109.982
Korean Sweet red Bean Porridge
This warm sweet porridge made out of red beans with rice dumplings is a great dessert for a cold winter day and makes a delicious bowl of breakfast as well. It is a quick and easy recipe to make for a nutritious meal during the holiday season. The sweet and... - 109.819
Beef Bulgogi (korean Beef)
Yes, I know that there are several versions of the Korean Beef Bulogi, but I like this one in the video the best. If you like that sort of nutty, earthy flavors of the seasame, then you'll love dish. How you well done you want your meat, totally depends on... - 105.746
Korean Fried Stuffed Peppers
Every country has its own recipe of “stuffed peppers.” While most stuffed peppers are baked in the oven or grilled, this Korean version though similar in the classic beef stuffing, also rather different as the peppers are dipped in egg and fried. These... - 102.758
Mixed rice with vegetables is eaten all over the world but how about some rice with vegetables in Korean style. Maangchi is showing the Korean way of rice and vegetables. She is using a lot of different vegetables and Korean ferns Kosari. The final dish looks... - 96.2773
From the Virgin Kitchen comes a not so virgin dish; Gyeongdan. I called it a not so virgin dish is because it is a traditional dish. The chef explains it in a very entertaining way. Bon Appetit! - 90.595
Synergy Eggs Benedict
To make the hollandaise sauce: In the bottom of a double boiler, combine the wine, shallots, peppercorns, and thyme.
Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce the heat to medium and simmer for 3 minutes, or until reduced to about 2 tablespoons.
Remove from... - 50.1779
Korean Pork Platter
1. In a plastic zip bag or paper bag, place flour and pork. Shake well.
2. In a large saucepan, heat 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil and fry the pork till browned.
3. Add curry powder, sugar, soy sauce, and ½ cup of water and continue cooking till... - 49.593
1) Preheat the oven to 325°F if baking.
2) Cut ribs into 3-inch squares.
3) Deeply cut into the meat without reaching the bone in several places.
4) Make the sauce by mixing sugar, soy sauce, garlic, onion, sesame seed, gingerroot,... - 42.2336
San Jeok, Korean Beef And Vegetable Skewers
Looking for great party Hors d'Oeuvres? San Jeok is delicious and its vibrant colours make it a perfect dish for parties and gatherings. You can make a vegetarian version easily. Koreans enjoy San Joek on special holidays like New Year's Day or Korean... - 0
Korean Food: Meat Jeon
Today, I will share a delicious traditional Korean holiday food using beef. Basically, you marinate some beef with bulgogi sauce and fry it covered with flour and egg. It is a very savory food that you can serve for your party or for a special meal. My... - 0
Korean Food: Medicinal Rice
Yakbap, literally “medicinal rice,” is a sweet Korean dish made with glutinous rice, chestnuts, jujubes, and pine nuts. It is seasoned with soy sauce, brown sugar, sesame oil, and sometimes cinnamon. It is traditionally eaten on Jeongwol Daeboreum... - 0