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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 May 21 2015 - 9:37pm by Chef Bong
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One of the more commercially popular stews outside of Korea is Soondoobu. It’s a stew that is commonly made spicy and consists of doobu (tofu) which is where the stew gets its name from. It’s extremely popular among foreigners and children due to the simplicity of it. It’s literally just spicy stew, mild veggies, tofu and meat or seafood. There...

It’s actually very easy to make Korean Clam Stew or Jogaetang. Although it tastes like it takes years to learn, you too can quickly learn how to make it like one of the pros! It’s a great soup that gives a rich seafood flavor. Very good with Korean alcohol Soju! TIMING Prep Time: 20 mins Cook Time: 20 mins Total Time: 40 mins RECIPE INGREDIENTS (The...

Posted on Apr 17 2015 - 1:48am by Chef Bong
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You can make this with seafood, chicken or beef! It’s an awesome dish that is really simple and delicious. You take flour and just make it into flat pieces. It has an interesting texture that you should probably try. Among Korean Food recipes, this one has the potential to be one of your favorites. TIMING Prep Time: 20 mins Cook Time: 20 mins Total Time:...

Posted on Apr 6 2015 - 3:08am by Chef Bong
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If you’re in the mood for something spicy and refreshing, well then try this Kimchi Bean Sprout Stew on for size. It’s made quickly, giving the stew a more clean taste. It’s really easy to make and among Korean food recipes, it’s also one of the easiest to follow! TIMING Prep Time: 20 mins Cook Time: 15 mins Total Time: 35 mins RECIPE...

Posted on Mar 31 2015 - 1:50pm by Chef Bong
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Stew is a staple in Korea cuisine. It’s very common to always have rice, some sort of meat, side dishes and of course a stew. A very easy to make stew and quite popular one is made out of Korean radishes. It’s a very refreshing and rich soup that goes great with rice. It acts almost as a pallet cleanser as well. Simply delicious and anyone you serve it...

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...

One of Korea’s favorites stews is Seolleongtang. It’s a beef based broth stew that commonly has noodles and rice. Pieces of meat and ox bone are also commonly added. It’s seasoned with simple salt and pepper and scallions. Often times, scallions, salt and pepper are served on the side so that the consumer decides to their preference how much seasoning...

Posted on Oct 30 2014 - 6:18pm by Chef Bong
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Back in the day when the army soldiers did not have time or even ingredients to make something good, they invented this delicious stew. Commonly called Budae Jjigae, the army stew, contains several different ingredients. From ramen noodles to kimchi, this stew contains a little bit of everything. Personally, the best part is eating it while drinking alcoholic beverages...

Seaweed soup in the Korean Food way is made from seaweed or lavers. In its literal translation, miyeok means ocean plant and guk is soup. It’s very healthy for you and also very delicious! It’s actually a Korean tradition to eat this on one’s birthday. Another common tradition is to give it to women who had just gone through labor. There are a few...