Korean Food Sitemap - Page 2 2016-09-26

Korean Tuna Croquettes Recipe (Chamchi Jun)
These Korean tuna croquettes (or tuna pancakes or patties) are delicious when eaten hot, but they are also a popular snack or lunchbox food and can be eaten room temperature.

Soy and Ginger Chicken Drumsticks
This is an easy but delicious recipe for picnics and summer dinners. With just 6 ingredients, you can make a chicken dish that everyone loves.

Yuk Hwe (Korean Beef Tartare)
The easy, pretty, and delicious recipe for yuk hwe, also spelled in English as yukhoe, yukhae, yukke, or just Korean beef tartare.

Korean Chicken and Rice Soup Bowl (Onban) - Recipe for North Korean Chicken and Rice Onban
Onban is similar to bibimbab and naengmyun since is a mixed dish made up of different components. It can be made with either beef or chicken (and beef or chicken broth), but always includes rice, mushrooms, glass noodles (sweet potato vermicelli), mung bean pancake (bindaedduk, bin dae teok), and eggs. It also sometimes include pyongyang dumplings.

Korean Sweet and Spicy Pork Ribs
Although Koreans are most famous for their love of shortribs, you'll never have leftovers with these delicious spareribs. They are tender and a little bit sweet, sticky and spicy.

Easy Kimchi (or Kimchee) Rice - Rice Cooker Recipe
This is savory kimchi rice (or kimchee, gimchee) recipe, but you can cook everything in the rice cooker for an easy, multi-tasking meal.

Abalone Porridge (Jun Bok Jook)
Rice porridge is served to the sick, young, and old, and abalone porridge was most common in the southern coastal parts of Korea and especially on Cheju Island.

Curried Chicken Tenders with S and B Dipping Sauce
This baked chicken tenders recipe features mild curry breading and a spicy S & B curry dipping sauce. A different take on chicken katsu.

Korean Spice Grill Seasoning
This recipe uses the best of Korean spices to give a smoky and deep flavor to meat. I use this to rub onto pork chops before grilling, but you can also use this spice mixture to use on chicken drumsticks or steaks. You don't need to marinate in advance even though you'll get more flavor if you do, and you can triple the recipe to keep the spice mixture in your fridge.

Kaenip Kimchi Recipe
Kaenip kimchi is one of my favorite summertime side dishes since we always grew kaenip in our garden at home. Kkaenip (kkaennip, Korean perilla leaves) translates from the Korean as “sesame leaf” but it’s actually a misnomer because it is not related to the sesame plant. This kaenip kimchi recipe is easy, ready to eat in a few hours, and perks up any Korean meal.

Sauteed Broccoli Rabe
One of my favorite bitter greens, broccoli rabe (or rapini), is delicious and easy to prepare with just a few staple Korean ingredients.

Red Radish and Carrot Salad Recipe
This red radish and carrot salad is bright, tasty and easy to make.

Ramp (wild onions) Salad Recipe - Korean Seasoned Ramps
This ramp (wild onion, wild leek) salad has a garlic-y, slightly spicy flavor that makes it a perfect spring or summer banchan.

Sweet Potato Tempura
Sweet potato tempura is one of my favorites, and when it's perfectly cooked, it's not oily or heavy. It doesn't seem anything like fast food, even though it is deep-fried.

Bok Choy Kimchi
A delicious recipe for kimchi that is easy and quick! This kimchi (kimchee) recipe has all the great Korean flavors but tastes and feels very fresh.

Mustard Greens Kimchi
A quick and easy recipe for mustard greens kimchi that is ready in a few days. This Korean side dish is healthy, simple, and good for you.

Grilled Chestnuts
Koreans love chestnuts, and they are sold by street vendors and in markets all over Korean cities. My family steamed, grilled and roasted chestnuts often growing up and I love their sweet, nutty smell while they cook; the line from the Christmas song

Green Tea Ice Cream Recipe
Green tea ice cream is popular all over Korea and you can also find it in Korean restaurants and grocery stores all over the world. It's an easy and addictive ice cream to make if you have natural green tea powder, which you can find in Asian grocery stores and online.

Korean Nut and Rice Balls (Japgwapyon) - Recipe for Korean Nut Rice Cakes
Koreans eat many different types of rice cakes- in savory main dishes, as snacks and as desserts. These sweet dessert rice cake balls (jap gwa pyon) are made of glutinous rice flour, dried fruit and nuts.

Chicken and Poached Egg Soup
This homey, tasty chicken soup is good on any day of the year. Enjoy it with or without a good splash of kochukaru (Korean chili pepper powder).

Shaved Ice Dessert with Sweet Beans Recipe (Patbingsu)
This icy, cool summer dessert is perfect for those hot and humid summer nights. Now Korean cafes create complex shaved ice concoctions, but start with this basic patbingsu (or patbingsoo) recipe and add on at home.

Sauteed Cabbage with Black Bean Sauce
This simple, super delicious recipe for stir fried cabbage with black bean sauce is ready in 15 minutes. Throw in some protein for a full meal, or add some cubed tofu for a vegan meal.

Korean Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe - Janchi Gooksu Recipe
This Korean chicken noodle soup is most often served at large feasts like wedding celebrations or banquet dinners. Because noodles represent long life in Korea, this delicious noodle soup is symbolic for marriages and honored guests.

Korean Home Remedies
Food and medicine have also always been closely linked in Korean culture. The ability to boost one's

Traditional and Classic Korean Recipes
Traditional Korean cooking uses a huge range of vegetables, seafood, and meats in diverse preparations. Koreans have hundreds of ways to pickle vegetables and wild greens for long storage, but they also prize raw fish and raw meat dishes. A typical Korean meal consists of a bowl of rice, a bowl of soup or stew, and some side dishes as accompaniment.

Korean Cinnamon Persimmon Punch (Soo Jung Gwa) Recipe
A refreshing, slightly spicy Korean drink that is good both hot and cold, Soo Jung Gwa can also be served as a dessert drink.

Korean Ginger Tea Recipe - Recipe for Korean Saengang Cha
This sweet Korean ginger tea is served chilled as a refresher on a hot summer day or brewed with cinnamon and served warm as a natural cold remedy.

Korean Braised Fish Recipe (Saeng Sun Jim) - Recipe for Korean Saengsun Tchim
Koreans love fish and the art of braising, and this recipe brings the two together. This is an easy and adaptable recipe: you can use striped bass, cod, halibut, red snapper, and other firm-fleshed fish in this recipe.

Deep Fried Shrimp (Saewoo Twigim) - Recipe for Korean Deep Fried Shrimp
Korean deep fried shrimp is easy to make and has a thin and extra crispy batter. Korean deep frying mix, which can be found in many Asian grocery stores, is a mix of flours and seasonings that make frying simple. These deep fried shrimp (saewoo twigim) can be made in 15 minutes but are so delicious that I like to serve them as one of the main dishes for dinner guests or special occasion meals.

Spicy Korean Pork Ribs (Daeji Galbi) Recipe - Recipe for Korean Barbecued Pork
These Korean Pork Ribs are succulent, sweet, and spicy. They require some advance preparation, but then are easily cooked on the grill or in the broiler.

Rice with Fish Eggs Recipe (Al Bap) - Recipe for Korean Caviar Rice
Al Bap is a delicious type of bibimbap (Korean mixed rice dish) that includes vegetables and fish eggs. In a restaurant, al bap is often made and served in the traditional Korean stoneware bowls so that the rice becomes crisp, roasted and hot. But this mixed rice with caviar dish is also delicious made at home in regular bowls.

Korean Mixed Grain Rice (Jab Gok Bap) Recipe
Korean Mixed Grain rice is a healthy blend of grains and beans. Loaded with fiber and nutrients, you can substitute a variety of different grains and nuts into the rice to change its texture and taste.

Korean Soy Bean Sprout Rice (Kongnamulbab) - Recipe for Bean Sprout Rice
Koreans like to eat rice cooked with different beans and mixed with a variety of vegetables, but kongnamul bab is a personal favorite of mine. We only had it at special meals growing up, so I still get really excited to eat it, whether it's being served to me or I've made it with a handful of leftover sprouts wilting in the fridge. Adding beef or pork is something I've only started doing in recent years, and it's a good thing to do if you want to bulk up a meal.

Basic Dumpling Dipping Sauce
This is the most pared-down dipping sauce for Korean dumplings (mandoo). You can modify it however you like with the addition of chili powder for spiciness, sugar for sweetness and sesame oil and ginger for depth.

Korean Ginger Dipping Sauce
Ginger dipping sauce for Korean dumplings, tempura, pan-fried fish, and scallion pancakes.

Korean Pickle (Oi Jee) Recipe - Recipe for Korean Pickled Cucumbers
These crisp Korean cucumber pickles are delicious and easy to make. To serve, slice the pickles and serve plain or garnish with scallions or chives. You can also adjust the salt level by rinsing the pickle slices with water or letting them sit in a bowl of water.

Korean Beans in Sweet Sauce - Recipe for Kongjaban
A sweet and nutty side dish, these seasoned black beans are a delicious and protein-filled complement to any Korean meal.

Korean Soy Braised Beef and Peppers Recipe - Recipe for Korean Changjorim
This salty soy braised beef is a sensational Korean side dish. The meat becomes tender and well-flavored from long simmering and the chilies give the meat a spicy kick. For less heat, remove the seeds from the peppers before cooking or cut down the amount of peppers you are using. I like my changjorim to be on the salty and spicy side, but I have had sweeter versions that were delicious as well. If you prefer the sweet version, add more sugar and only a couple peppers to your pot.

Korean Spinach Clam Soup Recipe - Recipe for Jogae Sigumchi Gook
This simple spinach soup is an easy recipe of homey comfort. Jogae Sigumchi Gook (jogae kuk) takes less than thirty minutes, but it's delicious, flavorful, and full of nutrients and vitamins.

Korean Beef Broth Recipe - Recipe for Korean Soup Base
This is the simple recipe for basic Korean beef stock that can be used to make Korean stews and soups. Easy to make ahead and freeze, it is a useful base broth for any type of soup, not just Korean.

Korean Beef Recipes That Rock! Soup, Ribs and More
In the West, Korean cuisine is known mostly for its beef dishes like bulgogi or galbi. Although I always make the point that Korean food embraces almost every type of vegetable, seafood and meat (except for lamb) under the sun, I do think Korean food knows its way around any cut of meat. For a Korean cook, no piece of beef is too tough to tenderize with a flavorful marinade or a long, slow braise. Enjoy these Korean beef recipes- they rock!

Bbopki - Traditional Korean Sugar Candy Lollipop
A traditional Korean candy made of carmelized sugar and a pinch of baking soda, Bbopki is sometimes served on a stick as a lollipop. Bbopki can also be made in round disks with no stick, and is an easy candy to make at home. stamped with a design or shape, and if you manage to eat around the shape without breaking it, then you can get another Bbopki for free.

At at Glance: Korean Food and Cooking Basics
If you love Korean food and you're looking for a place to start, then refer to this list for easy menu plans, Korean cooking basics, pantry staples, and Korean cuisine resources.

Makkoli (makgeolli, makgoli) Rice Wine Profile
A profile and history of makkoli (makgeolli, makgoli), a milky white rice wine that has recently become popular again in Korea.

A List of Korean Savory Pancakes (Jun, Jeon, Chun)
Jun (or jeon, chon) are pancake-like Korean dishes. They can be made from almost anything- meat, seafood, vegetables, and kimchi, and they are either coated with an egg, flour, or combination batter before they are pan-fried. There are even sweet dessert or snack versions of jun.

Korean Food for Hot Summer Days
A lot of Korean cuisine is hearty and spicy, but what do you make when you don't want to spend a lot of time cooking over a hot stove? This list has features cool, refreshing Korean dishes to make and enjoy during the hottest months of the year.

Simply Delicious Korean Tofu (Dubu) Recipes
Tofu (or Dubu, Tubu, Dooboo in Korean) is made by curdling soymilk. It's similar in process to the way cheese is made from cow or goat's milk. The coagulated soymilk is pressed into blocks known as soymilk.Dubu is high in protein and calcium and is low in fat and carbohydrates. It is also delicious and easy to prepare in a number of ways as it absorbs the flavor of the seasonings and foods it is cooked with.

How to Globalize Korean Food
How to promote Korean food around the world

Korean Cocktails, Teas, and Drinks
A list of restorative, refreshing, and delicious Korean drinks to enjoy and make. Some of these are traditional Korean teas and others are contemporary cocktails and new takes on old classics. Cheers!

Korean Birthday Dinner Menu
A classic, traditional Korean birthday meal.

Korean Picnic Food
Portable food for Korean lunchboxes or picnics.

The Best Korean Savory Soups
Soup is an integral part of Korean cuisine and can be served and eaten at every meal of the day. They can enjoyed as the main course, a side dish, a post-barbecue tummy soother, or even a snack. If I could choose my last meal on earth, it would definitely include a Korean soup or a stew.

The Ultimate Korean Backyard BBQ Menu
Whether you're grilling hamburgers or something more complicated, everything seems to taste better outside. This is a outdoor Korean barbecue feast menu to celebrate with and enjoy.

Types of Korean Anju (Drinking Snacks)
Alcohol is almost always enjoyed with a snack (

Holiday Gift Guide: Top Ten Korean Food Gifts
This is the holiday gift list for the Korean food lover in your life, and has something for those that grew up with Korean food and for others who just plain love it. If you are traveling to Korea or visiting a Korean household and looking for a gift, then numbers 1, 2, and 7 will fit for almost every occasion.

Time-saving Tips for Korean Cooking
These cooking preparation tips are short cuts for cooking Korean food. A list that works for both experienced cooks and beginners, these tips will help you save time in the kitchen. Although Korean meals looks labor intensive with all the side dishes, there are many things you can do to make your life easier.

Top 3 Ways to Eat Korean Food on a Low Carb Diet
There are so many Korean dishes to choose from that do not include rice or noodles, that it mightd seem easy to cut out carbs while eating Korean food. But I know a few Korean people who have tried a South Beach or Atkins type diet, and they have found it difficult to go without rice or noodles while enjoying the strong spicy, salty, or sour flavors in Korean food.

Easy Korean Backyard BBQ Menu
This menu is one of the easiest Korean backyard barbecues you'll ever put together. Everything can be made or marinated in advance, so you don't need to do last-minute rush kitchen cleaning or cooking. Just fire up the grill, keep your eye on the two meat dishes, and sit down to a meal full of Korean crowd-pleasing dishes.

The History of Spam in Korea
Koreans, normally so health-conscious, love to eat Spam. Find out why.

Pepero Day is November 11th
November 11th is Pepero Day in Korea, a consumer holiday when people give gifts of Pepero, long thin cookie sticks dipped in chocolate.

Spicy Korean Kimchi Pasta
Spicy Korean kimchi and beef pasta from Cathlyn Choi, Korean chef and food show host. A delicious fusion of flavors and ingredients.

Korean Restaurants in New York City
A List of Korean Restaurants in New York City

Korean Food in Spain
Korean restaurants and food in Spain.

Korean Restaurants in Paris, France
A list of Korean restaurants and grocery stores in Paris, France.

Korean "Sushi" Rolls (Kimbap)
Korean snack rolls made of rice, vegetables, egg, beef, and seaweed. Page 8.

Korean "Miso" Stew (Daenjangchigae)
Korean stew made with bean paste, vegetable, tofu, and beef. . Page 7.

An Overview of Children's Day in Korea
An overview of Children's Day in Korea, which takes place every May 5.

Korean Fish Shaped Pastry (Bungeoppang)
These doughy pastries filled with sweet red bean paste are sold in Korea by street vendors. To make the fish shape at home, you need a special appliance similar to a waffle-maker. A healthy and delicious snack or dessert, their chewy, sweet, and slightly crispy texture make them a big crowd pleaser and always a hit with the under-10 crowd. There are also custard cream and ice cream versions; the red bean paste is the traditional filling.

Korean Soup and Stews: Daenjang Chigae
Photo Gallery of Popular Korean Soups and Stews with Recipes Attached. Page 7.

Korean Soup and Stews: Kimchi Chigae
Photo Gallery of Popular Korean Soups and Stews with Recipes Attached. Page 8.

Korean Soup and Stews: Baechu Gook
Photo Gallery of Popular Korean Soups and Stews with Recipes Attached. Page 5.

Korean Soup and Stews: Seaweed Soup
Photo Gallery of Popular Korean Soups and Stews with Recipes Attached. Page 6.

Korean Soup and Stews: Duk Gook
Photo Gallery of Popular Korean Soups and Stews with Recipes Attached. Page 4.

Korean Soup and Stews: Sullongtang
Photo Gallery of Popular Korean Soups and Stews with Recipes Attached. Page 3.

Korean Soup and Stews: Kong Gooksu
Photo Gallery of Popular Korean Soups and Stews with Recipes Attached. Page 2.

NYC Korean Festival and Parade 2008: Spicy Korean Rice Cakes (Dukboki)
The Korean Festival and Parade in Koreatown (NYC) on October 6th, 2008. Page 12.

NYC Korean Festival and Parade 2008
The Korean Festival and Parade in Koreatown (NYC) on October 6th, 2008. Grilling Korean Squid on the streets of New York City. Page 2.

NYC Korean Festival and Parade 2008: Korean Drum Troupe
The Korean Festival and Parade in Koreatown (NYC) on October 6th, 2008. Page 4.

NYC Korean Festival and Parade 2008: Korean Rice Cakes (Dduk)
The Korean Festival and Parade in Koreatown (NYC) on October 6th, 2008. Page 5.

NYC Korean Festival and Parade 2008: Making Korean Dumplings (Mandoo)
The Korean Festival and Parade in Koreatown (NYC) on October 6th, 2008. Page 13.

NYC Korean Festival and Parade 2008: Stir Fried Spicy Squid (Ojinguh Bokum)
The Korean Festival and Parade in Koreatown (NYC) on October 6th, 2008. Page 8.

NYC Korean Festival and Parade 2008: Soondae and Steamed Corn
The Korean Festival and Parade in Koreatown (NYC) on October 6th, 2008. Page 11.

Do Korean People Eat Their Pet Dogs?
Questions about Koreans and dog meat, answered by your Korean food guide on about.com. I've received some questions about how dog meat is cooked and served in Korea, and I've tried to give researched and even-handed responses.

Korean Breakfast with Watermelon and Eggs
A photo gallery of some breakfasts served in a Korean household, from a full Korean breakfast to a Western-style breakfast. Page 2.

Korean Breakfast Photo - Egg Toast Sandwich
A photo gallery of some breakfasts served in a Korean household, from a full Korean breakfast to a Western-style breakfast. Page 4.

Korean Breakfast Photo with Eggs, Tofu, Rice and Beans, Radish Kimchi, and Korean Coleslaw
A photo gallery of some breakfasts served in a Korean household, from a full Korean breakfast to a Western-style breakfast. Page 3.

Korean Mixed Vegetables with Rice (Bibimbap)
Seasoned vegetables layered on top of rice with a fiery chili pepper sauce. Page 6.

Broiled Salmon with Soy Honey Glaze
Salmon coated in a soy honey marinade and broiled. Page 5.

Korean Soy Braised Beef (Changjorim)
Korean Soy Braised Beef (Changjorim) with garlic, peppers, and egg. Page 10.

Korean Bean Sprout Soup (Kongnamulgook)
Soy bean sprouts cooked with garlic in a clear broth. Page 2.

Korean Food
Korean Dumplings with Meat, Vegetables, and Glass Noodles. Page 4.

Sigumchi Namul
Spinach is blanched and then seasoned with soy sauce, garlic, sesame oil, and sesame seeds. Page 9.

Korean Stir Fried Sweet Potato Noodles (Chapchae)
Korean noodles stir fried with vegetables and meat. Page 3.

NYC Korean Festival and Parade 2008: Food Stalls
The Korean Festival and Parade in Koreatown (NYC) on October 6th, 2008.

NYC Korean Festival and Parade 2008
The Korean Festival and Parade in Koreatown (NYC) on October 6th, 2008.

Traditional Korean Breakfast
A photo gallery of some breakfasts served in a Korean household, from a full Korean breakfast to a Western-style breakfast. A full Korean breakfast with Grilled Short Ribs (Galbi), Spicy Seafood Salad, Bean Sprout Rice (Kongnamul Bab), Spicy Stewed Fish, Cold Cucumber Soup (Oi Naengguk), Seasoned Kelp, and Radish Strip Kimchi (Moo Saengchae).

Dakdoritang (Spicy Korean Chicken Stew)
Chicken braised in a spicy broth with potatoes, carrots, and onions.

Gallery of Korean Food
Photo Gallery of Popular Korean Dishes

Korean Home Remedies
Food and medicine have also always been closely linked in Korean culture. The ability to boost one's

Korean Home Remedies
Food and medicine have also always been closely linked in Korean culture. The ability to boost one's

Definition of Gogi in Korean food
Definition and translation of Gogi

Kimchi
Definition and translation of Korean kimchi, one of the most important parts of Korean cuisine.