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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...

Posted on Jun 8 2015 - 7:42pm by Chef Bong
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You can take a street food classic and bring it to your home. Your kids and your guests will love it! The skewered chicken tastes a lot like bulgogi sauce, but it’s still chicken! It’s hard to explain. If cooked right, it’s crunchy, chewy, sweet and savory. You’ll absolutely love the recipe and you’ll love it each time you make this! TIMING Prep...

Posted on Apr 11 2015 - 4:38pm by Chef Bong
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Sizzle sizzle. Koreans love to eat meat. This is no secret. We’re famous for our Korean Style barbecues. This porkchop is no different. It’s sweet and savory and is basically korean galbi in porkchop form. Absolutely delicious! TIMING Prep Time: 30 mins Cook Time: 15 mins Total Time: 45 mins RECIPE INGREDIENTS 1/2 cup of soy sauce 2 tbsp of brown...

Posted on Feb 7 2015 - 5:41pm by Chef Bong
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If you’re an avid foodie, i’m sure you have come across the infamous ramen burger. It’s the epitome of fusion foods because well, it’s a mix of japanese ramen with class american burgers. TIMING Prep Time: 35 mins Cook Time: 20 mins Total Time: 55 mins RECIPE INGREDIENTS 1 packet of instant ramen noodles 5 large eggs Salt and Pepper...

Posted on Feb 4 2015 - 1:01am by Chef Bong
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Who doesn’t love bulgogi if they tried it? This Korean classic also goes well as a slider! Try these easy to make sliders and serve them to any Korean food lover. They’ll go bonkers. You should check out our bulgogi recipe before you get started. TIMING Prep Time: 20 mins Cook Time: 15 mins Total Time: 35 mins RECIPE INGREDIENTS Slider buns 1/2...

Sweet and sour pork or beef is what Koreans crave for when they go eat authentic Chinese food. It’s the combination of sweet and sour that makes it truly desirable. The crispy pieces of meat go so well with the sauce. You can even dip the meat into soy sauce for additional mixtures of flavor. Although we don’t list it below, you can also add interesting...

Posted on Jan 31 2015 - 3:03pm by Chef Bong
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Sloppy joes are an American classic. Let’s fuse some Korean Food in it. We’re going to show you how to make Korean Sloppy Joes which are basically made from Gochujang and other veggies. It’s a good way to take a classic and cater to your Korean mouths! TIMING Prep Time: 15 mins Cook Time: 20mins Total Time: 35 mins RECIPE INGREDIENTS Onion Green...

Posted on Jan 29 2015 - 2:49am by Chef Bong
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Truly a classic dish for many Koreans. It’s one of the go-to meats for Koreans. This one is not as easy to tackle as it may sound. For the actual meat, you’re not necessarily doing anything but grilling it to your taste, but rather you need to prepare the dipping sauces and accessories! We’ll show you below how to make the various dipping sauces...

Dweji bulgogi is the pork based version of Korea’s favorite beef dish, bulgogi. The key difference is not in the meat choice. Where bulgogi is commonly sweet and delectable to the taste, Dweji bulgogi is almost always spicy. The pork is marinated a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, sugar and other ingredients. The majority of the marination sauce is...

Donkatsu, a traditional Japanese dish, is also very popular among Korean Food eaters. Its a simple breaded pork with special sauce, usually served with cabbage salad and miso soup. Not only limited to pork, chicken katsu is also very common and equally delicious. Which ever meat you choose to use, a fillet or loin should be used. Deep fry it and cut it in slices...