Pan Fried Tofu in Garlic Soy Sesame Sauce

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 is a stereotype? Or is this true? Tofu is quite … Read More

Authentic Korean soybean paste soup (Doenjang Guk) recipe - It's easy, delicious and comforting! | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Korean Soybean Paste Soup (Doenjang Guk)

Today I'm sharing Korea's most staple soup - Doenjang Guk (된장국, Korean soybean paste soup/ Korean miso soup). As I was growing up, I think I had various versions of Doenjang Guk at least a couple of … Read More

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

Stone Baked Garlic Kimchi Pizza

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

Korean party food with white porcelain

Handcrafted Fine Korean Pottery Tableware

Today our little excursion to Korean pottery art and its history is brought to you by Huue Craft. I'm going to talk about beautifully handcrafted fine Korean pottery tableware today. Ever sine I … Read More

(Free e-Book) How to Enjoy Korean BBQ at Home, Just Like a Restaurant | MyKoreanKitchen.com

How to Enjoy Korean BBQ at Home, Just Like a Restaurant

In the last few weeks, I've been secretly working on my first ever Book - "How to Enjoy Korean BBQ at Home, Just Like a Restaurant." It is a guide book (in a digital format) on the topic Korean … Read More

How to Make Korean Style Dashi (Dried Kelp and Dried Anchovy Stock) | MyKoreanKitchen.com

How to Make Korean Style Dashi

Do you know Dashi? Dashi is cooking stock in Japanese terms. It's used in soup as a base broth, in some side dishes and in noodle broth etc. It's like a back bone of Japanese cuisine. So why am I … Read More

Cucumber Soba Noodles with Sweet Chili Soy Dressing. Delicious, light, refreshing and more-ish. A perfect summer dish. | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Cucumber Soba Noodles with Sweet Chili Soy Dressing

Today's delicious, light and refreshing cucumber soba noodles recipe post is brought to you by one of my favourite kitchen appliance companies Fisher & Paykel.  Soba noodles are one of my … Read More

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

Sweet, Tangy and Spicy Korean Dipping Sauce

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. 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

Korean Spicy Green Onion Salad

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

Ham, Egg and Kimchi Cup: On the go breakfast with a Korean twist; This is a great way to sneak in some Kimchi for those who are not used to it. A simple yet elegant Korean fusion dish. | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Ham, Egg and Kimchi Cup

Every day I spend a couple of hours on Pinterest. When I'm waiting at a doctor's clinic or at a bank, every time I have to wait for something, I dive into my Pinterest feeds. It's such an powerful and … Read More

"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

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

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