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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 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 Apr 3 2015 - 8:55pm by Chef Bong
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This is a favorite treat for mothers and their kids. Often times, instead of throwing out excess rice, Mothers would make these quick rice balls. Mixed with sesame seeds, meat and veggies, these little balls are so good. In fact, it should just be a regular meal instead of made from extra rice! It’s bite sized so it’s a great way to provide a snack. TIMING Prep...

Posted on Mar 4 2015 - 3:06am by Chef Bong
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Kimchi fried rice is a staple in Korean “Bunsik”. Moms love it because while it is quite nutritious, it’s also delicious. Kids love this fried rice because it gives enough flavor and kick. It’s a great way to get kids to eat healthy kimchi and veggies. You can throw in pieces of meat too to add some extra flavor. Korean food recipes don’t...

Posted on Feb 26 2015 - 5:04am by Chef Bong
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This breakfast is kind of a modern Korean style breakfast. You normally would cook this up and eat with a side of Kimchi (of course, why wouldn’t you?). This easy to make Korean Food Recipe is a great way to start your day. It’s delicious! TIMING Prep Time: 10 mins Cook Time: 15 mins Total Time: 25 mins RECIPE INGREDIENTS 2 tbsp of ground chili...

Paella meets Kimchi. In this recipe, you’ll enjoy flavors of Hispanic Foods with a hint of Kimchi. We use shrimp in this because well, we love shrimp, but you can substitute the shrimp for chicken if you’d like. The chorizo adds the tang and the Kimchi in this recipe adds the spice. Yum! TIMING Prep Time: 20 mins Cook Time: 15 mins Total Time: 35 mins RECIPE...

Posted on Jan 28 2015 - 4:02am by Chef Bong
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Juk or Jook is a popular porridge especially because it is quite nutritious. It’s made of cooked rice, beans and sesame. There are also different types of rice grains you can use when making juk. Typically though, it’s just made with plain white rice. Among Korea food eaters though, it’s often enjoyed with pieces of meat and veggies. Most commonly...

Unlike it’s meat Korean food comes in all shapes, flavors and kinds! Literally translated, BiBim Bap means mixed rice. It’s very common meal for Koreans that consists of rice with assorted vegetables, egg, and meet. Often times, the egg will be uncooked and intended to be mixed in together. Almost always, it is mixed on the side with Spicy Red Chili Paste...

Korean food comes in all shapes, flavors and kinds! Literally translated, BiBim Bap means mixed rice. It’s very common meal for Koreans that consists of rice with assorted vegetables, egg, and meet. Often times, the egg will be uncooked and intended to be mixed in together. Almost always, it is mixed on the side with Spicy Red Chili Paste or “Gochujang.”...

Posted on Sep 13 2014 - 4:20am by Chef Bong
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Kimbap is a very popular Korean Food and also very nutritious. It’s similar to the ever so popular Japanese Sushi, but Korean Kimbap (or Korean Rolls) typically doesn’t include uncooked fish. It consists of rice, vegetables, egg and meat, rolled in dried seaweed and then slide. It’s common for a quick snack or lunch. There are very different varieties...