Ginseng Tea (Insam Cha)

Easy Korean ginseng tea recipe! It is nearly winter. The season has changed quite suddenly in Korea. Due to this sudden change my husband got sick again. His sickness is kind of a seasonal event I need to go through, lucky I am not as weak as him. 🙂 I bought some ginseng to make …

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Korean Pickled Radish Wraps (Mussammari)

I heard about Korean pickled radish wraps while I was surfing the internet a couple of months ago. It was the first time I heard of that food. I don’t know about the history of it, but someone named this dish “Naeng gujeolpan” (냉 구절판). Naeng means cold in Korean and Gujeolpan is a nine different foods …

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Radish and Oyster Rice (Gulbap)

Korean oyster rice recipe. It’s cooked with daikon radish, oysters, chestnut and mushrooms. A highly nutritious Korean rice meal! “Radish and Oyster Rice” (Gulbap, 굴밥) sounds like a very weird combination, apparently, it is one of the best food combinations. I cooked my oyster rice in my rice cooker, so there was hardly any work …

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King Oyster Mushrooms and Prawn Rice Bowl

Korean Chinese style king oyster mushroom recipe – King oyster mushrooms and prawn rice bowl! You probably figured by now that we love mushrooms and prawns in this house. They are our fridge staple ingredients. Last night, I made king oyster mushrooms and prawn rice bowl for dinner. They are so easy and quick to …

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Bulgogi (Instant sauce version) | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Instant Korean Bulgogi

Instant Korean Bulgogi: Korean bulgogi made easy with pre-made Korean BBQ marinade Who loves Bulgogi (불고기, Korean BBQ beef)! Everyone! Seriously, I haven’t met anyone who doesn’t like it yet. I actually have developed a pretty epic Bulgogi recipe using a homemade Bulgogi sauce, so you should definitely check it out even if you don’t like …

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Gochujang Pancakes (JangTteok) | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Gochujang Pancakes

Easy gochujang pancakes!  Gochujang pancakes are called Jang-Tteok in Korean. The word “Jang” (장) means seasoning, like soy sauce (Ganjang, 간장), soybean paste (Doenjang, 된장), or chilli paste (Gochujang, 고추장). Therefore “Jang-Tteok” (장떡) means pancakes seasoned with some kind of sauce that I mentioned earlier. Its name can be varied depending on the type of …

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Gungjung Tteokbokki (Korean Royal Court Rice Cakes) | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Gungjung Tteokbokki (Korean Royal Court Rice Cakes)

Gungjung Tteokbokki is a Korean royal court cuisine that originated from the royal palace in the Joseon dynasty. Gungjung means “palace or royal court” in English. It is known as king’s snack. Unlike typical Tteokbokki (Korean spicy rice cakes), Gungjung Tteokbokki is not spicy but rather savoury. Gungjung Tteokbokki vs. Tteokbokki If you are familiar with Korean …

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Mushroom Rice Bowl (Beoseot Deopbap)

Korean chinese style mushroom rice bowl recipe. It’s loaded with mushrooms and covered with savory sauce! I think Korea is a mushroom paradise. We have lots of different types of mushrooms available all year round. I love all kinds of mushrooms. (Not the poisonous ones obviously.) Mushrooms rice bowl (Beosot Deopbap, 버섯 덮밥) is often …

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How to cook instant Jajangmyeon | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Instant Jajangmyeon

Learn how to cook Korean instant Jajangmyeon! It’s very easy! Ready in 5 minutes. I love trying new instant food particularly when it sounds healthy. So I bought these instant Jajangmyeon to try out. Name: Rice Jajangmyeon (쌀 자장면) by CJ Price at Homeplus : 4,130 won (US $4.40) Size: 670g for 2 servings The …

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Korean Fish Cake Side Dish

Learn how to make this popular Korean fish cake side dish! Korean fish cake stir fry is a very popular Korean side dish (banchan, 반찬) in Korea. Korean fish cake is called eomuk (어묵) or odeng (오뎅), so Korean fish cake stir fry is called Eomuk Bokkeum, 어묵볶음 or Odeng Bokkeum, 오뎅볶음. Korean fish cake …

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Korean Squid Pancakes (Ojingeo Buchimgae)

Easy and delicious Korean squid pancakes. A perfect appetizer! Korean pancakes (Buchimgae, 부침개) are very popular on a rainy day among Koreans. There are a couple of theories about the reason, but I don’t really know why. The other day my husband told me he wished it rained all the time so that he can …

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Easy Japanese Chicken Curry Rice | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Japanese Style Chicken Curry Rice

Japanese Chicken Curry Recipe! When I first tasted curry in Japan, it was so different to what I was used to yet it was really delicious. I think Japanese curry is sweeter, darker, and smells stronger than Korean curry. Someone told me that it is similar to the original Indian curry. I personally like Japanese …

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Korean Teriyaki Chicken | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Korean Teriyaki Chicken

Easy Korean style teriyaki chicken recipe. I got the idea for this meal – teriyaky chicken (데리야끼 치킨) at my mother in law’s dinner. I just guessed what I am supposed to use. It is a bit sweet, but tender. My husband really liked it a lot. It is not quite Japanese style, so I …

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Kimchi Tuna Fried Rice

Easy kimchi tuna fried rice recipe! Koreans usually cook fried rice when their fridge is nearly empty or when they need to get rid of leftover vegetables. This recipe is a great example of those. 🙂 Kimchi fried rice with tuna! I often make kimchi fried rice with smoky bacon but canned tuna is also a …

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Korean Instant Udon Noodles

Below instant udon noodles (인스턴트 우동) are very simple and easy to make, so they make a quick meal. They are my husband’s favourite instant noodles. He thinks they are healthier than other instant noodles because the noodles are not deep fried. When you open the packet, you will see the three individually packed ingredients: Udon noodles, …

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