Posted on Jun 19 2015 - 4:23pm by Chef Bong
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These Jalapeño slices are awesome! They’re spicy and sweet and make for the best side dish! The reason why they’re so good is that it balances out any flavors and is especially great when eating meat! It balances everything out with its spiciness/sweetness. TIMING Prep Time: 20 mins Cook Time: 20 mins Total Time: 40 mins RECIPE INGREDIENTS 8 Jalapeños 1/2...

Posted on Jun 9 2015 - 3:23pm by Chef Bong
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You’ve probably tried Korean pancakes, but most likely not potato based pancakes. It’s a bit different as it is a bit chewier than its relative, but all the same in deliciousness. You can really add anything you want to it similar to the regular style of Korean pancakes, but for this one it’s even great plain. Try it yourself if you want something...

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 May 27 2015 - 9:33pm by Chef Bong
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A hot dog is a hot dog. Korea is actually famous for their corndogs, but this fusion dish is inspired by Korean flavors. It’s an interesting twist on a traditional hot dog, but it’s none the less delicious! TIMING Prep Time: 15 mins Cook Time: 15 mins Total Time: 30 mins RECIPE INGREDIENTS (For the Marinade) 2 cups of shredded cabbage 1 green onion 1...

Posted on May 27 2015 - 9:14pm by Chef Bong
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Yum! Check out these Korean Nachos. It’s a good combination of crunchy, spicy, savory and all around delicious. The egg in the middle too just adds to that bibimbap, but nacho feel. It really takes traditional flavors like sweet bulgogi and combines it with cheese and kimchi. Each chip can be a mouthful of awesome flavor! TIMING Prep Time: 15 mins Cook Time:...

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...

Posted on May 20 2015 - 8:00pm by Chef Bong
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Pasta is traditionally an Italian dish, but it’s also enjoyed by almost every nation in their own unique way. In Korea, the locals love the Italian classics, but also every now and then they like to order some with a Korean twist. In this recipe, we’ll teach you how to make this pasta that simply adds some Kimchi to a classic tomato based pasta. TIMING Prep...

Posted on May 20 2015 - 7:38pm by Chef Bong
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Thai lettuce wraps really gained a lot of popularity after national restaurant chains added them to their menus. It’s not just at fancy restaurants that you can feast on this delicious treat! Even you can make this at home! The only really challenge is making the chicken. You need to make it sweet and savory. Also, when shopping for groceries, you should get...

Posted on May 19 2015 - 2:51pm by Chef Bong
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Rice patties with stuff inside is no new invention in the Korean food scene. But, add some kimchi, meet in a triangular shaped rice patty and then bread and fry it!? It just equates to deliciousness. Don’t be misled by the image we have up there, it’s not that hard to make. Korean food recipes don’t usually call for fried stuff, but in this case,...

Posted on May 18 2015 - 5:47pm by Chef Bong
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Korean people love their breakfast. They also love bread! This is a mouth watering breakfast delight that combines egg and bread into one! You too can start making this from scratch as it is easy enough to make. It’s simple, but it’s a great example of how Koreans eat breakfast. TIMING Prep Time: 20 mins Cook Time: 20  mins Total Time: 40 mins RECIPE...