Korean Seafood and Green Onion Pancakes (Haemul Pajeon)

Korean Seafood and Green Onion Pancakes (Haemul Pajeon) | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Today, I'm sharing one of the most frequently requested recipes, Korean Pajeon (파전). Pajeon literally translates as green onion pancakes, but since I love seafood so much (and I think just green onion … [Read more...]

Korean Sweet Tangy Soy Dipping Sauce

Korean Sweet Tangy Soy Dipping Sauce Recipe - Pair it with your next Korean pancakes or Korean dumplings | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Today I'm sharing a very versatile Korean dipping sauce recipe. I normally use this sauce with my various Korean pancakes (Buchimgae and Pa-Jeon: Kimchi pancakes, Korean squid pancakes, Korean potato … [Read more...]

Pan Fried Tofu in Garlic Soy Sesame Sauce

Easy and delicious Korean tofu side dish - Pan Fried Tofu in Garlic Soy Sesame Sauce (Dubu Buchim) recipe. Budget friendly and Vegetarian friendly | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Today I'm going to share an easy peasy Korean side dish recipe using Tofu (Dubu, 두부). OK. One thing I learnt from Hollywood movies is that not many westerners like tofu. Can I safely assume that this … [Read more...]

Stone Baked Garlic Kimchi Pizza

Stone baked Garlic Kimchi Pizza recipe - It's crispy and savoury with a tint of Kimchi flavour. A perfect Korean fusion entry dish that will please your dinning guest. | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Have you ever made Kimchi pizza? Well, if you haven't, today's the day! I'm going to share a quick, easy and more-ish Kimchi pizza recipe I came up with a few weeks ago. The idea came from garlic … [Read more...]

Sweet, Tangy and Spicy Korean Dipping Sauce

How to make sweet, tangy and spicy Korean dipping sauce (Cho-Gochujang or Chojang). This is most suitable for (raw or cooked) seafood and blanched broccoli. | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Today, I want to talk about Sweet, Tangy and Spicy Korean Dipping Sauce aka Cho-Gochujang (초고추장) or ChoJang (초장). I get it if you thought this post was about "steamed prawns" rather than the "dipping … [Read more...]

Korean Spicy Green Onion Salad

Korean Spicy Green Onion Salad. This salad is the most well-known Korean BBQ salad. It pairs very well with non-marinated meat (e.g. Korean pork belly) | MyKoreanKitchen.com

If you like Korean BBQ, you probably have seen this Korean spicy green onion salad before. It is the most well-known Korean BBQ companion salad. Its Korean name is Pajeori (파절이), meaning "seasoned … [Read more...]

Korean Spicy Cucumber Salad

"Korean Spicy Cucumber Salad" - A perfect side dish for spring and summer weather. It gives you a little zing in your tastebuds and it tastes refreshing | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Korean spicy cucumber salad (Oi Muchim, 오이무침) is my spring & summer time favourite dish. The smell of cucumber is always light and refreshing and its spicy, slightly sweet and tangy flavour gives … [Read more...]

Three Ultimate Korean BBQ Dipping Sauces

Three Ultimate Korean BBQ Dipping Sauces | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Do you like Korean BBQ? And have you been forever wondering how to make that awesome Korean BBQ dipping sauce that always accompanies your favourite Korean BBQ meat at a Korean restaurant? Then you'll … [Read more...]

How to Make Korean Fish Cakes

How to make Korean fish cakes (Eomuk, Odeng) from scratch - Easy & healthy recipe, Kids, Adult & Party friendly |MyKoreanKitchen.com

(This is part I of How to Make Korean Fish Cakes. If you want to find out How to Make Korean Fish Cakes for Soup, click this link.)  The mystery of how to make Korean fish cakes from scratch has … [Read more...]

Korean Glass Noodle Stir Fry (Japchae)

Korean glass noodle stir fry (Japchae) recipe | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Japchae or chapchae, 잡채 (Korean glass noodle stir fry with meat and vegetables) is a very popular Korean dish. It is the number one sought after dish during the Korean festive holidays (e.g. New … [Read more...]

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