Posted on Sep 16 2015 - 1:50am by Chef Bong
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Every Korean Food aficionado knows that side dishes are a necessity when consuming Korean cuisine. Having a wide variety of these side dishes is a must and sometimes you just want to serve something awesome. Well, Korean-Style Potato Salad is a great dish that mixes it up. It’s based of the classic potato salad, but it mixes in Korean flavors that are also...

Posted on Aug 25 2015 - 9:14pm by Chef Bong
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  Kimchi is a staple of Korean Food. Another loved dish is Samgyupsal, also known as Pork Belly. Why not combine the two to make an awesome pizza? In this Korean Fusion Food recipe, we’re going to show you how to make this unique fusion pizza. It’s got a strong kick to it, mainly due to the red pepper chili paste (gochujang) and the kimchi juice. Try...

One of the most well known Korean foods is tteokbokki with the traditional red sauce made primarily of gochujang or red pepper paste. It’s commonly found in the streets of Korea and at almost every “bunshik” restaurant. It’s delicious, but often times foreigners have difficulty eating because it is so spicy. An alternative version of this...

Posted on Aug 13 2015 - 9:03pm by Chef Bong
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This Korean fusion recipe is one of our favorites. It takes the classic waffle and classic Korean dishes to create something new. It’s your basic kimchi pajeon, but in the shape of a waffle and also to be consumed as a sandwich. You’d be surprised how easy it is to make and how delicious it is. You can totally take your own ideas and try them at home....

Posted on Aug 6 2015 - 8:44pm by Chef Bong
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Korean-Style curry isn’t commonly found at Korean Restaurants. Instead, our moms mostly made it at home. Each mom has their own style, such as whether to add spices or to even how big the veggies are cut. Well, we’re not your mother, but we can sure show you how to make some great Korean-Style curry. Just go shopping for these awesome ingredients and...

Posted on Jul 31 2015 - 3:21pm by Chef Bong
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These little pancakes are filled with Cod Fish and battered with egg. It’s not really a pancake, but in Korea, we call it a Jeon. It’s an awesome side dish and you can make it easily at home. Korean food recipes don’t really get much easier than this. Usually when serving this, you may want to serve regular scallion jeon or other varieties. TIMING Prep...

Posted on Jul 29 2015 - 4:53am by Chef Bong
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Kimchi or 김치 is truly a staple of Korean Food. When one thinks of Korean Cuisine, one would immediately associated the thought with Kimchi. It’s a fermented cabbage that is very spicy and sweet. Different regions of Korea make it different ways, but we’re going to show you the basic way of how to make kimchi. While there are several types of kimchi,...

Posted on Jul 21 2015 - 6:13pm by Chef Bong
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Yukgaejang (육개장) is quite a refreshing soup. It’s spicy and has a kick to it so naturally it’s very popular in Korea. It’s made with shredded beef and a bunch of other veggies. There are a lot of materials in making this so each spoonful is packed with flavor. It’s almost as if it is rice’s best friend as the two go so well together....

Posted on Jul 13 2015 - 7:54pm by Chef Bong
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  When you need a quick snack, why not make this great little treat! It’s an easy to follow Korean Food recipe that you can make in literally minutes. Your kids and everyone else will love it! They have a nice sweet and tangy taste, but also very savory from the rice. You can even add little pieces of chicken or beef, but we’re going to show you...

Posted on Jul 7 2015 - 12:18am by Chef Bong
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Koreans love chicken. Who doesn’t right? Well, taking the classic chicken wing, Korean style chicken mixes so many flavors and textures there are too many to count! In this recipe, we’re going to show you how to make Sweet Korean Chicken. It’s sweet, crunchy and so so good. You can make it really quickly as well. It’s best when baked. If you...