These Korean dishes are the comfort food you need.
Who doesn't love fried chicken? These crispy deep-fried tenderloins are marinated in a spicy sauce, adding to their incredible taste, served with a tangy homemade gochujang aioli.
If you’re unfamiliar with Korean food, beef bulgogi is a pretty classic Korean recipe that serves as a great introduction to Korean food.
This Korean food favorite is so delicious with sweet corn and mozzarella cheese bubbling together with sweet harmony.
The traditional Korean Beef recipe is usually prepared with thinly sliced steak marinated for a few hours, but ground beef is a great substitute when you’re in a pinch. It takes just minutes to prepare and will become your go-to meal on a super busy weeknight.
Very popular Korean street food sandwich. To make this sandwich special, there is an omelette with lots of vegetables like cabbage, onion, carrot. Of course, you can be creative and add spring onion, zucchini, or whatever veggie you have at home.
This guaranteed crowd-pleaser is full of incredible textures and flavors. You can also marinate cauliflower overnight for an even quicker mid-week main, side dish, or snack.
This Korean marinade should be a staple in any household!
This Korean perilla leaf kimchi is a simple Korean side dish made with marinated perilla leaves in a delicious medley of soy sauce & Korean red pepper flakes.
Similar to Japanese rolls, kimbap is the perfect meal on-the-go. Made from cooked rice and other ingredients that are rolled in dried sheets of seaweed—and served in bite-sized slices.
Tteokbokki is one of the most popular Korean street foods in Korea. Soft yet chewy rice cakes slobbered with spicy chili paste gochujang sauce that you will see everywhere in Korea.
Authentic flavored Korean cabbage kimchi from scratch within 30 minutes.
Here is a simple pork dish everyone can make that does not require any brain work. The glorious dish is called “Jeyook Bokkeum (제육볶음)”.
Japchae is a classic Korean dish that can be served as a side, main dish, or over rice. Stir-fried glass noodles with sliced beef, julienned carrots, vegetables and mushrooms, tossed in a sweet soy sauce dressing.
A hot, bubbling and spicy kimchi tofu stew (Kimchi Jjigae) made with a seafood broth chocked full of pork and shrimp. Comfort food, right there.