Korean Recipes & Food Ideas
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3 Korean-Inspired Recipes You Can Use for Dinner Every DayRecipes
Rachel Yang, the James Beard Award-nominated chef behind Seattle’s Joule, Revel, and Trove restaurants, and Portland, Oregon’s Revelry, is a force. Her food— undeniably Korean at its roots, unabashedly creative in practice — combines noodles, dumplings, barbecue, and hot pots with flavors from all over the globe.
Jan 20, 2018
Our Favorite Way to Upgrade Mac and Cheese with a KickSkills
Here’s an instant way to add depth to your boxed mac and cheese. It’s an upgrade that will not only give it a spicy kick, but also sour, umami notes. Yes, I’m talking about kimchi. Kimchi is potent stuff, and that’s exactly why we love it in instant mac and cheese. Often the boxed stuff can fall flat — it’s only cheese and milk and starch, after all — and a little lift can really go a long way.
Jan 18, 2017
The Korean Condiment That Taught Me to Love Spicy FoodPeople
I’m Korean, but I grew up in northern Minnesota, where the food is fatty, comforting, and bland. I’ve actually known people to complain that there is too much cinnamon in the Lender’s bagels. In the 1970s, Korean ingredients weren’t readily available and so my mother cooked what all the other moms cooked: lasagna, beef stroganoff, liver and onions, macaroni and cheese.
Aug 5, 2016
Chicken Quesadillas Just Got a Spicy UpgradeRecipes
Sometimes fusion food just works. Case in point? These chicken quesadillas with a spicy gochujang sauce. Drawing influences from both Mexican and Korean cuisine, this mash-up is a real winner. To make these quesadillas, you’ll first need to cook up some chicken breast. If you have leftover chicken breast (or a store-bought rotisserie chicken in the fridge), you’re already one step ahead of the game. Gochujang, the Korean fermented chili condiment, is the true star of the show here.
Aug 2, 2016
This Korean BBQ Burrito Is Calling Your NameRecipes
If you’re tired of eating the same ol’ sandwich for lunch every day, switch things up this week with a flavorful burrito instead. From rice and Korean BBQ beef, to fresh herbs and kimchi, this burrito will keep you happy and full until dinnertime. Perhaps the best part of this recipe is the fact that you don’t even have to turn on your oven or stove.
Jul 12, 2016
Recipe: Slow-Cooker Korean Short RibsRecipes
Back when I was working graveyard shifts as a hospital pharmacist, cooking dinner was the absolute last thing I wanted to do when I got home. Fortunately, I learned that I could quickly toss some ingredients into my slow cooker and pass out, confident that I’d wake up when things started smelling good — like these slow-cooked, Asian-spiced ribs.
May 21, 2015
Here Are 4 Ways to Use Up Your Leftover Gochujang Pepper PasteRecipes
I recently bought a tub of gochujang to make these kimchi deviled eggs for a party. I’ve never used the condiment before, but quickly learned it was an incredible thing to work with. Gochujang is a fermented Korean paste made with red chilies that adds a hint of spice without overpowering your dish. It’s perfect for sauces and marinades. These four bloggers have excellent recipes that utilize gochujang.
Sep 19, 2014
How To Make Easy Kimchi at Home
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How To Make Easy Kimchi at Home
Apr 21, 2016