The Easy Korean Food Blog is my diary keeping you up to date with my cooking. It will...
- Let you know of any new recipes that I add.
- Will make you aware of any competitions that I am currently running to get you involved in Korean cooking.
- Keep you up to date with all the latest Korean Restaurant Recommendations.
Stone Clams are a popular winter side dish in Korea. It goes with rice and other seafood dishes.
I have made 2 simple side dishes called tofu jorim, One spicy and one isn't both are easy to make, very popular and taste delicious
Nakji Bokkeum is a popular Korean fried spicy octopus dish. Hot and chewy its delicious
Kongnamul is a very popular Korean side dish made from beansprouts.
Chapsal bulgogi is a premium Korean dish, often reserved for the upper classes, Using quality meats this is a tasty Korean Bulgogi dish
Gaeran Jim is a steamed egg side dish commonly eaten at breakfast, Simple and tasty its one to definitely try at home.
Bibim Guksu Recipe is a cold spicy noodle dish enjoyed throughout summer in South Korea
Janchi Guksu Recipe - How to make this popular Korean noodle dish at home
Japchae is a famous korean noodle dish, This recipe helps you create a great dish in minutes.
Budae Jjigae literally translated as 'army stew' is an east meets west dish. After the Korean war the american army brought foods like spam, and sausages to Korea. This is what the Koreans created!
Galbitang (갈비탕) is a traditional Korean soup made with beef short ribs, radish and onions
Warm and Spicy, Jeyuk Bokkeum is a spicy pork dish, this is an easy to make recipe for a truly authentic Korean dish
Korean Rice Cake Soup is a traditional new years food, A simple soup for looking forward to the new year
My Kimchi Recipe: The easiest way for making Kimchi at Home, You can make kimchi using my kimchi recipes and enjoy this fabulous dish.
Soondubu Jjigae is a spicy Korean stew made with silken tofu and seafood. This recipe is very popular in Korea and delicious
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It is a quaint Korean restaurant located on Warrick Boulevard in Newport News VA. It probably has about 30 tables. The wait staff is Korean and they are
Pan fried Tuna courgette sandwich known as Chamchi Hobak Jun is a delicious and simple side dish that goes well with many Korean dishes. Quick and simple to make!
DELICIOUS CUISINE PLUS VERY FRIENDLY.
This restaurant has a variety of Korean dishes. The owners are Korean and have been a great asset to our community of Koreans and Korean exchange students.
Our favorite Korean Restaurant. The food and service is always awesome. Try their fried chicken its always cooked to order and served hot and crispy!
Kim's is a tiny little place in one end of a sort-of strip mall. There are maybe 6 tables total. The owner is a sweet older Korean woman, and her teenage
The barbecue is out of this world-love the bulgoki! The people are so nice here. The restaurant is spotless and the food is the best I have ever tasted.
Located in a strip mall (Papago Strip Mall) is a great whole in the wall. Great grilled meat (galbi) and really melt in your mouth steamed dumplings.
A new place opened in November. GENEROUS portions, all the side dishes and rice you can eat, Cass beer in liter bottles, friendly attentive staff, and
A small, authentic, family restaurant on Colonial Blvd. in Orlando. Not fancy, just great food and nice people. A local favorite.
Very small amounts of food for the money we paid but we enjoyed the different flavours.
Hi, Luna! I just found your site, and it is making me hungry! I have a question about eating bossam or other wrapped foods. Is it okay to pick it up with
Simply Delicious yet the best and the cheapest,...
Acorn Jelly is a side dish eaten with main meals, quite often served as a starter before the main meal
A delicious, authentic Korean BBQ Restaurant. The food tasted amazing and the customer service was great. A little bit pricey, but it was worth it!
Hi, im sharing the fridge with flatmates and dont have enough space for several tubs of gochujang, doenjang, ssamjang i stocked up on, except for the ones
Hobak Jorim is a side dish usually made in the summer as courgettes (zucchini) are in season.
Korean Side dishes known as banchan are unique to South Korea, Korean side dish form part of a meal and compliment the main dishes. Here are a selection of the most famous with easy to make recipes.
Just wanted to share .... Since I do not have Apple Cider vinegar I used Fruit Vinegar and Rice Seasoned Vinegar which created sweet flavor without using
Oyster Kimchi is a tasty fresh kimchi, often eaten around the South Korean coast. Try this recipe at home
ChiKin Mu is a cubed radish side dish that is normally served with deep fried food like Korean Fried chicken
Authentic Korean BBQ with open grill tables. Its the only Korean restaurant around and thankfully its pretty good. I absolutely love their Gobdol Bibimbap
I took my nephew and a friend to this restraunt and It was quite nice. It was cozy and it had a tv at the back playing k-pop. I ordered the kimchi rice
Myulchi or Dried Anchovys are commonly used in korean stocks and side dishes, here I have used 2 different sizes to create tasty dishes.
Luna, When I lived in South Korea, my Korean roommate used to cook wonderful cucumbers deeped in egg. I think those were cucumbers. She'd slice the thing,
Dear luna, I was wondering what I could Substitute for most of the meat in these dishes because Im vegetarian but, I would still love to cook some of
Hi, Thank you in advance for helping me with this. My question is does Kimchee really need to be refrigerated? I ask because Iam currently a teacher
Bulgogi Pasty is a Korean fusion dish I have created, fusing English pastys with Korean fillings with delicious results
1 pack of instant noodle ( cooked ) 1/2 cup of onion ( fine chop ) a clove of garlic ( minced ) 80 gram of beef or chicken ( slice ) a tsp of red pepper
Hi Luna, Great job with the blog. I find the recipe useful. I just made my maiden trip to South Korea and had steam kimchi with pork. I absolutely fell
Hello! we are planning to teach our students on how to make korean food without cooking, do you know any recipe like kimbap where they just assemble the
a head of kimchi ( fine chop ) a tofu ( cube ) 50 gram pork or pork belly ( slice ) tsp of chicken stock a bowl of water sugar ( optional ) a tsp of red