Aeriskitchen's Recipes

Korean Food: Deep Fried Squid With Lettuce Wrap

Today, I want to share a special recipe from my hometown, Gwangju, in Korea. This is unique enough to call a regional food. It is deep fried squid wrapped with lettuce, called “sangchu twigim” in Korean. We have many different kinds deep fried food in... - 0

Korean Food: Clam Noodle Soup

Today, I will show you how to make a delicious Korean noodle dish called “kalguksu” in Korean. There are different version of kalguksu depending on the main ingredients such has chicken, seafood, red beans, clams, mushrooms, kimchi, zucchini, potatoes,... - 0

Chili Shrimp

Today, I want to share my version of a delicious chili shrimp. The spiciness will come from crushed red peppers. Don’t miss my secret tip for making this deep fried shrimp extra crunchy. The spicy, sweet, and sour flavored sauce tastes great. Try it someday. - 0

Korean Food: Frozen Pollock Soup

MAKING 1. For broth – in a large pot, pour in the water and add in the dried anchovies packet and dried kelp. Bring to a boil and cook covered on medium heat for 5 minutes. 2. After 5 minutes, discard the kelp and boil for 5 minutes more. Later on discard... - 107.083

Korean Food: Kimchi Fish Cake Udon

Koreans like to eat hot soup all year long, however, hot soup is extra good on cold winter days. I've been craving this hot and spicy noodle soup dish made with kimchi and fishcakes. It is called 김치 어묵 우동 in Korean. I'm happy to share this... - 107.316

Korean Food: Lunar New Year Soup, Joraengi Tteokguk

Lunar New Year is coming, so today I want to share a delicious New Year soup using a different type of rice cake called joraengi tteok. This is from the Kaesong region in Korea. The rice cakes (tteok) are twisted in small cocoon shapes. Another special thing... - 112.572

Street Toast

Happy New Year, everyone! Today, I will make a Korean street food. It is a kind of toast that I’ve been craving. There are many places in Korea that sell this delicious sandwich, especially in the morning. This is popular in Korea because the bread, egg,... - 110.788

Potato Croquettes

Did you have a great holiday? Is your belly still filled with all of that delicious holiday food? What do you usually do with your leftover holiday foods like ham? Maybe some of you freeze your leftover ham like us. Today, I want to share a good potato... - 112.748

Korean Food: Spicy Fried Udon Noodles

Are you a spicy noodle lover? If so, this is the dish for you. It has q savory flavor from the spicy sauce, bacon, and vegetables. Depending on your tastes and what you have on hand, you can use different kinds of vegetables or meat for this dish. Try it... - 104.131

Onion Bread

This onion bread, called “yangpabbang (양파빵)” in Korean, is my all-time favorite bread. The outside is a little crunchy, while the inside is chewy and soft. The bread has onion, bacon, and cheese inside. A little cheese is melted into golden brown... - 110.774

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... - 111.972

Korean Food: Kimchi Tuna Bibimbap

When you are alone at home and feel lazy to cook something for your meal, what are your choices? Instant ramen? TV dinners? They don’t sound very healthy. Sandwiches? But, I want something spicy, like some spicy Korean food. Maybe you could skip eating? But... - 106.883

Korean Food: Chungmu Kimbap

Today, I will introduce a very popular kimbap in Korea called “Chungmu kimbap.” It is easier to make than normal kimbap and the flavor is awesome. Chungmu kimbap is a local food that originated from one of the Korean cities called Tongyong, but the city... - 109.44

Korean Food: Steamed Eggs With Sempio Yondu

Today I will show you how to make the Korean steamed egg called “GyeranJjim.” It is very easy to make and it doesn’t take a long time to make, so it is a very popular side dish at home or in a restaurant in Korea. I already posted the original recipe... - 109.852

Korean Sweet Potato Latte

Today, I will share a very simple yet delicious homemade latte using Korean sweet potatoes. Korean sweet potatoes are often used in Korean dessert foods. That is because Korean sweet potatoes have a delicious sweetness and pleasant firm texture. You can make... - 117.891

Korean Food: Acorn Jelly Salad

GETTING READY 1. For Acorn Jelly – in a large saucepan, mix together water and acorn starch. Place on the heat and cook for 8 minutes while stirring in between. 2. Turn the heat on low and simmer for 20 minutes. Stirring in between. When the mixture starts... - 109.307

Korean Food: Fried Beef And Garlic Chive Salad

This is a delicious way of eating beef and vegetables. Fried beef that is covered with a secret ingredient, sweet rice flour, along with a garlic chive salad and savory sweet and sour dressing tastes very good. I made a batch of the beef, as called out in... - 116.497

Korean Food: Mung Bean Sprout Bibimbap

Today I will show a shortcut version of bibimbap. In my opinion, the key for delicious bibimbap is the sauce. If the sauce is good, the rest of ingredients do not matter as much. Bibimbap is a dish that has many ingredients and it has complex cooking steps.... - 111.206

Korean Food: Cabbage And Perilla Rolls

Ssambap is a type of rice dish where you wrap cooked rice with some kind of ingredients (usually vegetables). Today I will show you 2 different kinds of Ssambap. One uses Napa cabbage, which is seasoned with soybean paste, and the other uses seasoned Perilla... - 109.9

Korean Food: Jajang Tteokbokki

Hi Everyone, today I will introduce a snack food that kids will love. It is a variation of tteokbokki, using black bean paste instead of a spicy sauce. It is called “jajang tteokbokki” in Korean. Chewy rice cakes, cooked with savory black bean paste and... - 109.18

Korean Food: Napa Cabbage Jeon

Hi everyone! A delicious regional food from the Gyeongnam province in Korea is made with Napa cabbage. It is called “baechujeon” in Korean. (I need these parts for my video.. so don’t delete them..) Battered Napa cabbage is fried and eaten with a tasty... - 113.613

Traditional Korean Cookies, Maejakgwa

Hi Everyone, today, I will show you how to make a very delicious traditional Korean cookie called “maejakgwa” in Korean. These lightly ginger flavored cookies are very crunchy and are covered with a sweet syrup. Not only are they delicious, they look very... - 118.748

Fusion Food: Bulgogi Quesadilla

Hi Everyone! Today, I will make a very delicious fusion food using Sempio’s bulgogi sauce – Bulgogi Quesadillas. If you have any left over bulgogi, you can make this very simple, yet appetizing, food with this recipe. The sweet and savory bulgogi flavor,... - 117.045

Korean Food: Vegetable Pancake

MAKING 1. In a large bowl, place in all the vegetables, except the red hot peppers and season with salt. Mix well and set it aside for about 3 minutes. 2. For the batter – in a large bowl, mix together all the ingredients. 3. Three minutes later, the... - 114.994

2 Kinds Of Black Bean Ice-cream

Hi Everyone! Today I will make 2 different flavors of black bean ice-cream using chocolate syrup and Sempio’s drinking vinegar. At first, I was going to make a simple black bean drink like soy milk by grinding cooked black beans and adding milk or water to... - 120.518

Korean Food: Soy Sauce Chicken

Hi Everyone! Today I will make a delicious chicken dish called “gyochon chicken” or “ganjang chicken” in Korean. Gyochon chicken is a popular Korean restaurant brand. Their specialty is this deep fried chicken covered with a sweet and salty sauce.... - 122.539

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... - 119.373

How To Make Korean Egg Garnish

MAKING 1. In two separate bowls, place the egg yolk and egg whites. Add in 1½ pinches of salt each to the egg yolk and egg whites, mix well. 2. Wipe an 8-inch heated non-stick pan with an oiled paper towel. Pour the yolk mixture into the pan. Cook on... - 117.385

Korean Food: Stuffed Cucumber

GETTING READY 1. For Dressing – in a medium bowl, combine all the dressing ingredients and mix well. Cover the bowl with saran wrap and place in refrigerator to chill. 2. For Beef – in a small bowl, mix all the ingredients for the beef, except for the... - 117.036

2 Kinds Of Pickles With Sempio's Pickling Vinegar

Western Style Pickle: MAKING 1. In a measuring cup, mix together water and pickling vinegar. 2. In a quart sized jar, place all the vegetables and pour in the vinegar - water mixture. SERVING 3. Close the lid and store, Serve with your favorite preparations,... - 126.623

Korean Food: Soy Bean Noodles With Tofu (두부 콩국수)

GETTING READY 1. In a saucepan, boil water, place tofu, cook for about 30 seconds. 2. In a blender, add almonds, peanuts, tofu and milk, grind for about a minute. Transfer to a large mixing bowl. 3. Add sugar and salt. Mix until the sugar and salt dissolves.... - 125.276

Heart Shaped Hard Boiled Eggs

Delicious heart shaped eggs which surely your kids will love! - 120.563

Quinoa Jeon

GETTING READY 1. In a pan, boil water, add quinoa, cook cover in medium high heat for 10 to 12 minutes. 2. In a bowl, place all ingredients of the haddock, mix and allow to marinate. MAKING 1. In a bowl, place quinoa, add haddock, vegetables, eggs and salt,... - 122.503

Korean Food: Tofu Kimchi (두부 김치)

GETTING READY 1. In a mixing bowl, place all the pork ingredients and mix well. Cover with a plastic wrap and marinade for at least 15 minutes. MAKING 2. In a small mixing bowl, mix together all the ingredients for kimchi. 3. In a skillet, fry pork at medium... - 125.099

Korean Street Food: Strawberry Hard Candy (딸기 사탕)

GETTING READY: 1)Wash the strawberries well before starting out with the recipe. 2)Wipe the strawberries with a paper towel to get rid of any excess water. It is important to get all of the water off so that the candy will stick better to the... - 113.085

Stir-fried Shrimp And Broccoli

GETTING READY: 1)In a bowl combine the shrimp with the cooking wine(optional), salt and black pepper powder. Set it aside to marinate and for the flavors to combine well. 2)Start to boil 3 cups of water in a medium sauce pan to save time while you get ready... - 125.098

Tuna Kimbap (참치 김밥)

GETTING READY: THE EGGS: 1. In a small bowl break 4 eggs and add 4 pinches of salt and whisk well. 2. Preheat an 8-inch nonstick pan with some oil. Pour the egg into the heated pan and cook for about 5 minutes on medium. 3. When the surface of the egg starts... - 103.967

Korean Food: Rolled Egg And Laver (김계란 말이)

GETTING READY: 1)In a small mixing bowl break eggs and add generous pinches of salt. Whisk it well. 2)Obtain small piece of a paper towel and some cooking oil. Fold the paper towel and dip it in the cooking oil. You will use it to oil the pan. MAKING: 3)Wipe... - 110.894

Korean Food: Stir-fried Garlic Stem (마늘쫑 볶음)

Mild garlic flavor from the garlic stems with a sweet and savory flavor makes a great side-dish. The soft and chewy texture makes it even better. Try this delicious dish when you have access to garlic stems in the oriental grocery store. - 107.538

Korean Food: Nutritious Steamed Bread

GETTING READY: 1)In a saucepan or any other vessel boil water and place the carrot for 5 minutes on high heat. 2)On a chopping board cut the carrot into bite sized pieces preferably the size of large peas. 3)Obtain about the chestnuts from a can and chop them... - 130.062

My Sister-in-law's Bok Choy Salad

GETTING READY: 1. In a medium bowl pour in the vinegar, sesame oil, soya sauce, canola oil and sugar and mix well till the sugar is dissolved. 2. Chop the bok choy into 1 inch pieces and place it in a zip lock bag. Refrigerate the bok choy till further use to... - 111.434

Korean Food: Tilapia With Sauce

MAKING: 1)If you are using fresh fish make sure to clean it well and pat dry with a paper towel and in case you are using frozen fish, thaw the fish and pat dry and set aside. 2)On a large tray or plate spread the all purpose flour and coat each fillet with... - 110.559

Korean Style Baby Meatballs

MAKING: 1)In a food processor jar gather all the ingredients together. 2)Blend until it turns into a smooth paste. 3)Scoop the ingredients out into a zip lock bag and cut 1/2 an inch wide opening in the corner of the bag. 4)Heat a griddle and grease the... - 122.498

Korean Food: Kimchi Porridge (김치죽)

GETTING READY: 1)Cook the rice in a rice cooker, open pan with boiling water or as you normally would cook rice and set aside. 2)Cut the kimchi into ¼-inch pieces and set aside. MAKING: 3)In a sauce pan add pieces of kelp and dried anchovy pack in water.... - 113.953

Western Food: Meatloaf

GETTING READY: 1)Preheat the oven to 350°F. 2)Mix together in a large mixing bowl ground beef, bread crumbs, onion, dried parsley, eggs, melted salted butter, Sempio Yondu which is optional, lemon juice, salt, and tsp black pepper and combine well till the... - 131.834

Korean Food: Mung Bean Rice Cakes (녹두 인절미)

GETTING READY: 1)In a large bowl wash the dried and peeled mung beans several times and soak the washed beans in water for 2 hours. MAKING: For the mung beans: 2)After 2 hours drain the beans. 3)Place a large metal or bamboo steamer on the stove, with a... - 116.362

Korean Food: Pork Suyuk With Kimchi (돼지고기 수육)

MAKING: 1)In a pot combine the pork, water, onion, green onions, garlic cloves, fresh ginger, soybean paste, dried hot pepper and black peppercorns. Cook on medium. 2)Once it starts to boil, cook for about 1 hour, or until the pork is completely cooked.... - 102.044

Chicken And Vegetable Fried Rice (닭 야채 볶음밥)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, slice the chicken into quarter inch cubes. Transfer the pieces into a bowl and add the cooking wine, salt and pepper powder. Mix well and set aside to marinate until the other ingredients are prepared. MAKING 2. In a... - 130.691

Grilled Pork Belly (삼겹살)

GETTING READY 1. For the green onion side: On a chopping board, slice the green onions finely and soak them in a bowl of ice water until the other ingredients are prepared. MAKING 2. In a wide saucepan on medium high, add the pork slices and fry them for... - 128.902

Stir-fried Spicy Squid With Rice (매운 오징어 덮밥)

MAKING 1. In a large saucepan on high, heat the oil and add the garlic. Stir fry the garlic pieces for about 10 seconds. 2. Stir in the onion slices, frozen squid rings, hot chili hyangshin sauce and hot pepper powder. Mix well and stir fry for another 5... - 125.796

Black Bean Side Dish (콩자반)

GETTING READY 1. In a large bowl, add the dried black beans and wash it well. Pour some water until the beans are completely covered and soak it for 30 minutes. 2. After 30 minutes, drain the black beans and set them aside. MAKING 3. In a pot on high heat,... - 124.488

Sweet Potato Stem Side Dish (고구마 줄기무침)

GETTING READY 1. Take the fresh sweet potato stems and peel off the top and bottom part of the stem in order to remove the skin. After removing the skin of all the stems, wash them twice in cold water before boiling. 2. In a large pot, add the sweet potato... - 121.449

Rabokki (라볶이)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, slice the onions into 1/4 inch pieces, cut the green onions into 1/2 inch pieces, slice the carrot diagonally into 1/4 inch pieces, slice the fish cake into i inch pieces then into triangle shapes. Set these vegetables... - 126.987

Fried Perilla Side Dish (깻잎 볶음)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, using a sharp knife, cut the stems of the perilla leaves and slice them into half. Place the onions and red hot pepper, slice them finely and set them aside. MAKING 2. In a pot on high heat, boil water and add salt. Once... - 127.714

Pickled Veggies (야채 장아찌)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, place the onion, jalapeno peppers and using a sharp knife chop them into bite sized pieces and set aside. MAKING 2. In a saucepan, add and combine together the ingredients for the pickling liquid. Stir well on medium... - 121.897

Drumstick With Soy Sauce (닭다리 간장조림)

GETTING READY 1. In a large mixing bowl, place the chicken pieces and soak it with milk for about 30 minutes. 2. After 30 minutes, remove the marinated chicken pieces and rinse it under cold water and set them aside to dry. 3. Using a sharp knife, score the... - 127.347

Fruity Nutty Salad

MAKING 1. For the dressing: In a medium sized mixing bowl, add the black rice vinegar, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, sugar and salt. Mix well and set aside. 2. On a chopping board, cut the cherry tomatoes into half, chop the mango and strawberries into 1/2... - 122.595

Shrimp And Bok Choy Deopbap (청경채 덮밥)

GETTING READY 1. In a pot over medium high heat, bring the water to a rolling boil and add the salt and baby bok choy. Boil the bok choy for 30 seconds. 2. Once done, immediately transfer the boiled bok choy into ice cold water. Once the baby bok choy cools... - 123.266

Spicy Hairtail Dish - Jeju Hairtail Jorim (갈치 조림)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, place the Korean radish and chop it into big chunks. Place the green onion and chop into 1 inch pieces and set them aside. MAKING 2. In a wide bottomed pan, place the chopped radish pieces at the bottom of the pan and... - 121.427

La Sticky Rice Cakes (la 찹쌀떡)

GETTING READY 1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. MAKING 2. For the batter: In a large mixing bowl, add and combine together the brown rice flour, sweet rice flour, baking powder. salt, sugar, heavy whipping cream and milk. Mix all the ingredients well... - 134.355

Five Color Rice Balls (오색 주먹밥)

GETTING READY 1. In a bowl, add the ground beef, bulgogi sauce, green onion and sesame seeds. Mix until well combined and set aside to marinate until the other ingredients are prepared. 2. On a chopping board, place the zucchini, carrot and using a sharp... - 123.749

Stir-fried Spicy Small Octopus (매운 낚지 볶음)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, place the octopus and using a sharp knife slice the octopus and remove the guts. Wash it well and set aside. 2. Transfer the washed octopus into a bowl and add flour and rub it well into the octopus to remove any dirt... - 129.149

Sempio Banquet Noodle Soup (잔치 국수)

GETTING READY 1. In a bowl, add the ground beef and season it with sesame oil, soy sauce, garlic and sugar. Mix until well combined and cover the bowl with a cling wrap and refrigerate it until the other ingredients are ready. 2. on a chopping board, slice... - 121.936

Sempio Vegetable And Laver Roll Fritter

GETTING READY 1. In a large bowl, pour hot water and soak the sweet potato cellophane noodles for about 10 - 15 minutes or until the noodles turn soft. 2. On a chopping board, place the sweet peppers and using a sharp knife slice them into thin strips and... - 124.932

Sempio Dakgalbi (춘천 닭갈비)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, place the chicken breast pieces and slice them into 1 x ½ inch inch strips. Transfer the cut pieces in a bowl. 2. In the same bowl, add and combine the cooking wine, black pepper and 2/3 packet of the DakGalBi sauce with... - 123.342

Sempio Beef Bulgogi (소고기 불고기)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, place the beef and slice it thinly. Place the thinly sliced beef into a medium sized bowl. 2. Into the bowl, add 6 tablespoon of the bulgogi sauce and combine well with the beef slices. Cover the bowl with a cling wrap... - 115.811

Homemade Gelatin Dessert

GETTING READY 1. In a large mixing bowl, pour cold water, add and combine together the unflavoured gelatin packets. Mix until there are no lumps. Set this bowl aside. MAKING 2. In a pot over high heat, pour water and bring it to a boil. 3. Once it starts... - 115.705

Sempio Braised Chicken - Sempio Andong Jjimdak (샘표 안동 찜닭)

GETTING READY 1. In a large bowl, pour in 3 cups of hot water and soak the cellophane noodles. once they are completely soaked, drain the noodles and set aside. MAKING 2. In a large pot of hot boiling water, add the chicken pieces and let it cook for about 1... - 123.327

Beef And Vegetable Rolls (소고기 야채말이)

GETTING READY 1. In a pie dish, place the beef slices and pour the bulgogi sauce over the slices. Make sure the pieces are covered completely in the bulgogi sauce, then wrap the pie dish with a cling wrap and place it in the refrigerator and let it marinate... - 115.544

Green Onion Kimchi (파김치)

GETTING READY 1. In a large bowl, place the cleaned and washed green onions, add the fish sauce and gently coat the green onions well. Set it aside for 20 minutes, occasionally turning the green onions in between for a good coating. 2. In a pot on medium high... - 124.706

Napa Cabbage Water Kimchi (나박김치)

GETTING READY 1. For the kimchi broth: In a bowl with water, add hot pepper powder, sugar, salt. Mix well until the sugar dissolves. 2. In a large mixing bowl, add the radish and cabbage pieces, sprinkle sea salt, toss well and set it aside for 20... - 131.059

Korean Food: Mung Bean Porridge

Kongjaban is very popular for lunch boxes because it is easy to make and it lasts a long time in the refrigerator. The bean flavor mixed with soy sauce and sugar gives it good flavor. - 120.035

Rooftop Prince Omurice (omelette Rice, 오므라이스)

GETTING READY 1. In a saucepan over medium high, heat the oil and all the finely chopped vegetables and fry them for about 3 minutes on medium-high heat. 2. Stir in the cooked short grain rice, add salt and mix everything together and fry for another 5... - 122.547

Korean Food: Seafood And Green Onion Pancake (해물 파전)

MAKING 1. On a chopping board, chop about 20 green onions into 2-inch lengths. If the white parts of green onions are too thick, then cut them in half. This will yield about 2 cups of chopped green onions. Slice the green hot pepper thinly. Keep aside. 2. In... - 125.275

Korean Food: Young Radish Kimchi (열무김치)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, chop the well rinsed radish into 1½-inch lengths. Spread them around in a large mixing bowl, evenly, sprinkle some coarse sea salt on top. Repeat this process until all the radish leaves are used up. Set it aside for... - 122.982

Japanese Food :california Rolls

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, cut the seedless cucumber into ¼-inch strips that are cut to the length of the dried seaweed wrapper. Slice it 8 strips. Place these slices on a plate and sprinkle salt on them and set it aside. 2. In a bowl, shred the... - 124.349

Korean Food: Beef And Sea Mustard Soup (소고기 미역국)

GETTING READY 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. MAKING 2. On a chopping board, cut the soaked sea mustard into bite sized pieces and keep aside. 3. In a hot... - 126.249

Korean Food: Egg Muffins (계란빵)

GETTING READY 1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. MAKING 2. In a mixing bowl, whisk 2 large eggs until foamy. Add sugar and stir until the sugar dissolves. 3. Sift the flour and baking powder into the egg mixture. Add in the melted salted butter and milk.... - 123.283

Korean Food: Fried Fish Cake And Egg Soup (어묵 계란국)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, chop the fried fish cake into ⅓ x 1 inch strips, slice the onion into ¼ inch pieces, cut the green onions into ¼ inch pieces and slice the red hot pepper thinly (optional). MAKING 2. In a pot, pour 4 cups of water,... - 124.749

Korean Food: Canned Tuna Pancakes (참치전)

MAKING 1. In a bowl, add the canned tuna and break it up into fine pieces using a fork . 2. On a chopping board, finely chop the sesame leaves, onion, and hot pepper. Keep aside. 3. Combine the fine pieces of tuna, chopped vegetables, eggs, and salt. Mix... - 114.125

Korean Food: Beef Deopbap (소고기 덮밥)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, cut the beef into thin slices. Keep aside. 2. In a blender, add all the beef ingredients and blend into a fine paste. 3. Add this paste to the beef slices in a bowl, mix well and cover the bowl with cling film and... - 120.354

Shrimp And Garlic Spaghetti

GETTING READY 1. In a pan heat water up to a boiling point, add salt and the spaghetti. Cook for about 8-9 minutes on medium-high heat. Once the spaghetti is done, drain the water and keep aside. MAKING 2. In a hot pan, melt butter, add olive oil and chopped... - 124.7

Korean Food: Mung Bean Pancake (녹두 빈대떡)

GETTING READY 1. In a bowl, soak the dried mung beans in water for 6 hours. After 6 hours, you will get about 1 cup of soaked mung beans. 2. After the beans are ready, combine all the ingredients for the pork in a bowl with the pork pieces. Mix and set it... - 122.119

Korean Food: Homemade Walnut Ice Cream (호두 아이스크림)

GETTING READY 1. In a small bowl, soak the walnuts in water for about 30 minutes. MAKING 2. In a pan, break the egg or egg yolk, add 2 tablespoon of milk and mix slowly to combine. Add rest of the milk, heavy whipping cream, and sugar. Stir gently until the... - 116.154

Korean Food: Cold Soybean Noodles (콩국수)

GETTING READY 1. In a bowl, soak the dried soybeans in water for about 12 hours. After 12 hours, the soybeans will be tripled in size amounting to 3 cups of soaked soybeans. MAKING 2. In a pan of boiling water, add the soaked soybeans and once the water... - 119.044

Korean Food: Cold Soybean Sprout Salad (콩나물 냉채)

GETTING READY 1. Wash and drain about 8 ounces of soybean sprouts. Remove both ends of the soybean sprouts. 2. In a pan on high heat, pour water, add ¼ tsp of salt and boil. Once it starts boiling, add the soybean sprouts, cook covered for about 3 minutes on... - 116.706

Korean Food: Pork Kimchi Stew (돼지고기 김치찌개)

GETTING READY 1. On a chopping board, chop the pork into bite-sized pieces. 2. Ina bowl, combine all the ingredients for the pork together and marinate for about 10 minutes. 3. On the chopping board, chop the well-fermented kimchi into ½-inch pieces, slice... - 122.533

Korean Food: Fried Mini Sausages And Veggies (소세지 야채볶음)

MAKING 1. On a chopping board, place the mini sausage links score them on both sides and chop them into bite-sized pieces. 2. In a pan, heat oil and add the sausages and veggies and fry for about 5 minutes on medium-high, or until the onions are almost... - 114.13

Gangnam Style Carbonara Tteokbokki

MAKING 1. On a chopping board, place the 5 strips of bacon and cut it into ½-inch pieces. 2. In a heated saucepan, melt butter, add garlic, mushroom, onion. and fry for about 1 minute on medium-high. 3. Add the bacon and fry for another 2 minutes on... - 113.393

Crispy Korean Sweet Potato

If you are planning to make something easy yet delicious, try this recipe for Crispy Korean sweet potatoes. Crispy and crunchy, these are just delicious with or without dips…. - 113.403

Korean Kimchi Stuffed Dumpling

In Korean, dumplings are eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. The best way to use up leftover kimchi is to make a batch of dumplings and freeze them for emergencies and days when you do not feel like cooking! Watch Aeri show you how to make the... - 68.6263

Korean Kimchi Ramen

If you find the instant ramen noodles bland and boring, spice it up with some delicious piquant kimchi! This has double benefits, not only does the kimchi add to the flavor of the bland packet ramen noodles, cabbage definitely adds to the nutritional value of... - 83.3244

Homemade Sweet red Bean Paste

GETTING READY 1. Wash the red beans twice in cold water. 2. Soak the red beans in water for 3 hours. MAKING 3. Drain the beans and in a large pot pour water and boil the beans for 5 minutes on high heat. 4. Drain and discard the water, in the same pot pour... - 120.407

Korean Beef Short Rib Jjim

GETTING READY 1. Cut the beef short ribs into 1 inch cubes, and place it in a bowl. 2. Cut the Asian pears and onions into chunks, set aside. 3. Soak the meat in water for 1-2 hours. 4. Cut the Asian pears and onions into chunks, set aside. 5. Chop the green... - 127.591

Korean Oyster Fritter

Oysters make a fancy and elegant appetizer for cocktail parties. These Korean-style oyster fritters are a crowd pleaser when served with a sweet-spicy dipping sauce. These are very different from the classic New Orleans style oyster fritters but are equally... - 100.38

Korean Sweet Rice Cake With Red Bean Paste

MAKING 1. In a bowl combine sweet rice flour, sugar and salt, stir everything. 2. Gradually add the water and stir until all ingredients are blended well. 3. Cover with plastic wrap, cook in microwave for 3 minutes. 4. Remove the plastic wrap and check if the... - 125.844

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... - 103.024

Korean Jap Chae

GETTING READY 1. Slice the beef into thin strips, set aside in a bowl. 2. Mince the garlic, slice the onions thinly, julienne the carrots, slice the green bell pepper, set aside. 3. Soak the Shiitake mushrooms in water for 3 hours. MAKING 4. Marinate the... - 125.119

Korean Food: Fried Seaweed Stems (미역줄기 볶음)

There are many kinds of dishes that use seaweed in Korea. This is one of them. Seaweed steams are packed with good nutrients and have many health benefits. Make a large batch of this and can keep it in the refrigerator to enjoy anytime with rice. - 103.697

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