Recipe - Rice Cooker Bibimbap with Salmon and Spinach - Recipe. Jap Chae with Kimchi. It’s a stressful time of year, when warm comfort food recipes abound.
Jap Chae (Korean stir-fried glass noodles with vegetables) is the rare sort of comfort food that boasts a variety of vegetables. The tasty noodle dish has a relatively healthy mix of textures, colors, and flavors. Usually made with a little stir-fried beef, jap chae is by no means a meat-centered recipe; this is an ensemble piece. (So you can leave out the protein altogether, or substitute chicken or tofu.) The dangmyon glass noodles, made from sweet potatoes, are naturally gluten-free. The last few times I’ve whipped up jap chae, I couldn’t help but toss in (or rather, fry up) one additional ingredient: kimchi. I’ve sung the praises of sautéed kimchi before. Unfortunately, the day I took these photos, I did NOT use enough kimchi. The pan-fried kimchi wakes up the whole dish and imparts just a hint of spice to the other ingredients, which are otherwise seasoned simply, with soy sauce and sesame oil. Print this recipe. 1. How to Make Tasty Tuna Kim Bop. Last night, I made kimbap for my husband’s midnight snack.
I remember the first time I made kimbap was with him. We used to have a cooking project every Sunday, and the first recipe we ever made together was tuna kimbap. We ate our tuna kimbap with some meat and red wine. Delicious! ^^ Kimchi: Recipe. One of the ironies of my grad school experience involved teaching Korean housemates, who possessed zero cooking skills, how to cook rice — with a rice maker no less.
As an outsider to Korean culture, I quickly realized two things: that women do most of the cooking and that there are two food items no Korean household can live without, steamed white rice and kimchi. Rice was cheap and easy to prepare and was eaten out of necessity; on the other hand, kimchi was treated with near reverence. The pungent, highly seasoned fermented cabbage is the Korean equivalent of soul food, reminiscent of the taste of home and a source of family pride. This is the sort of well-guarded secret passed down from mother to daughter with marriage prospects riding on the outcome — meaning not the kind of information Korean moms readily imparted to curious onlookers who were passing through the kitchen on their way to the den. The Internet has changed all of that cooking-wise. Prep time: 35 minutes. Easy 20-Minute Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli.
This past weekend, I spent a majority of it checking off a bunch of to-do’s off our checklist for our big upcoming international trip.
There really is so much to prep for when you’re about to go away internationally for an extended period of time. Or maybe that’s just me and my type A personality. Easy Thai Sticky Rice (Made in a Rice Cooker!) Coconut Sticky Sweet Rice with Mango » Fifteen Spatulas. Coconut Sticky Sweet Rice with Mango I’m such a sucker for this dessert.
Coconut and mango are some of my favorite fruits on the planet, so that combination alone is good enough. But when you take that coconut milk, and basically have a bunch of sticky sweet rice soak it all up so each pellet tastes of sweet creamy coconut, it’s complete bliss. I can’t say how many times I would go to Thai restaurants just to have this for dessert, but fortunately I have figured out how to make it myself, and it really is so easy to pull together. Ingredients: 1 cup sweet glutinous rice 1.5 cups water 1 cup coconut milk 1/2 cup sugar pinch of salt 1 ripe mango Directions:
Cheesy Rice Balls. Beef Pancakes (Soegogi-jeon) recipe. Today let’s make some soegogi-jeon, or beef pancakes.
It’s a super-simple recipe that pretty much every meat eater loves: nice, tender beef sliced thinly, battered lightly in flour and egg and pan fried quickly. The result is light, meaty, savory, golden brown, and really delicious. Baked Sesame Teriyaki Salmon. A five star salmon baked with the best homemade sesame teriyaki sauce.
This is easily one of the best things that you will eat! One Pan Pad See Ew. Pad See Ew is likely the second most well known Thai noodle dish to Pad Thai.
While flat rice noodles serve as the base of this dish, the real flavor comes from the slightly sweet gravy. I’ve balanced out the sweet taste of the carmelized brown sugar with soy sauce and sauteed garlic, and you can also toss in some grilled chicken, beef or tofu for added protein. A note about noodles: Traditional Pad See Ew is made with fresh flat rice noodles, which can usually be found at your local Asian grocery store.
But if you’re having a hard time finding them, then you can use any other type of fresh cooked pasta, such as udon or lo mein. If you live in New York then I recommend the noodle shop on the northeast corner of Grand and Bowery, they have a great selection of fresh noodles and dumplings. Say Kimchi: Tuna and Kimchi Fried Rice. After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one’s own relations.– Oscar Wilde Kimchi.
Kimchi. Kimchi. Korea loves kimchi. Easy Shrimp and Broccoli Stir Fry. The easiest stir fry you will ever make in just 20 min – it doesn’t get easier (or quicker) than that!
287.3 calories. Stir fry recipes are the best. They are so versatile and you can pretty much use whatever lingering ingredient you have in your fridge. But I decided to keep this stir fry nice and simple. Just shrimp and broccoli. Because believe it or not, these two ingredients are a match made in heaven. Ginseng chicken soup (Samgyetang) recipe. Ginseng chicken soup (in Korean, Samgyetang) is a hot, steaming, delicious dish that features a small chicken stuffed with rice, ginseng, garlic, and jujube.
You have to commit to eating a whole chicken all by yourself when you sit down for a bowl of samgyetang! But it’s totally worth it. A while ago I ran into one of my readers in a restaurant here in New York. He was sitting at a table with his friend. The first thing he said was: “Oh man, Maangchi!! Thai Beef Stir-Fry: Recipes. Korean Shrimp Stir-Fry. A month or so ago, I found a youtube user who, bless her existence, uploaded all 13 episodes of Nigella Kitchen on her channel so naturally I spent the whole day marathon-ing the show.
In the 3rd episode, titled “Inspiration Everywhere”, she cooked a dish called Korean Calamari which looked SO GOOD that I literally was like this. And when I chanced upon the main ingredient, Gochujang for super cheap, I knew I had to make it. I made a few changes to the original recipe, like using shrimp instead of squid and swapping baby sweetcorn (SUPER YUCK) with carrots and broccoli. A quick online search for a non alcoholic substitution for the chinese wine in the original recipe led me to apple juice and/or white grape juice. I had neither but I did have a couple of limes in the fridge so I used that instead. For Singaporean readers, I managed to get this at Shine Korea Supermarket at Marina Square for $2+ Spicy cucumber side dish recipe. I’m going to share a super simple recipe with you today that’s one of my all time favorites.
It’s a spicy Korean cucumber side dish called oi-muchim. If you have a nice seedless English cucumber, you can make this delicious banchan in just a few minutes. During my round the world Gapshida trip to meet my readers in 2011, I made this dish almost everywhere I went. Everybody loved it. Who wouldn’t like cold, fresh, crispy, seasoned cucumber? Oi means “cucumber” in English, and muchim means “mixed” or “seasoned,” so many people simply call this dish “seasoned cucumber”. Tofu Rice Stir-Fry Recipe - Kosher Vegetarian Recipes - Pareve Tofu Side Dishes - Parve Tofu Main Entrees.
Asian Inspired. The Homemade Kimchi Recipe You Need to Try. By Elettra Wiedemann The first time I had kimchi, it was so intensely spicy that it felt like I was coughing out of my eyeballs. But, despite the shocking rush of intense heat and strong fermented sourness, I found myself reaching for more, taking bigger bites, and putting it on almost everything that came out of the kitchen. Soon, I was fantasizing about kimchi all the of the time. Fast forward a few years, and I was psyched to find jarred kimchi at my local supermarket.
But, then when I got home and opened the jar, I was disappointed that it smelled a lot like feet. Spicy Bean Sprouts Salad. Jjajangmyun. Salmon Bibimbap. Pan Fried Tofu. Easy Spicy Korean Pork. Jjajangmyun. Comforting, Spicy Korean Gojuchang Tofu Stir Fry. I was inspired to make a dish like this by a small Korean cafe named "Jiki", where I often go on days where I haven't been able to prepare a lunchbox. I have tried and loved many of their hot food dishes, but they have a spicy tofu and vegetable one that is just out of this world. I didn't have a recipe for this so it isn't exactly like Jiki's but it was very tasty nonetheless. Korean food is, for me anyway, warm and comforting - perfect for an icy winter's day. I will definitely adventure further into Korean cooking - one of the wonderful things about living in England is how we have all these opportunities to pinch traditions from other cultures.
People settle here from all over the world and, in becoming Britons themselves, broaden our own culture and variety of experience. In my case it's always about the food! Ok, so first thing first, cut a block of firm tofu into sizeable cubes and heat up a good glug of toasted sesame oil in a frying pan. Basic Napa Cabbage Kimchi (Kimchee) Recipe - CHOW.com. Kimchi Soft Tofu Stew (Soondubu Jjigae) Recipe - CHOW.com. Korean Spicy Chicken and Potatoes - The Adventures of MJ and Hungryman.
Cheater Korean Beef. Do you ever feel the overwhelming need to simplify? Lately I’ve felt the need to cut out all of the “stuff” we have going on and to get back to the basics in our home and in even in our dinners. Nothing crazy or fancy – it’s not like my kids appreciate the fancy stuff anyway. I’ve found that the best meals to have in your recipe box are those that you usually have all the ingredients. Spicy Chicken & Broccoli. Spicy Korean Vegetable Stir Fry [ Fat Free ] Ramen Noodle Upgrade, Recipe from Mad Hungry, March 2011.
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