Take full advantage of one of the most popular ingredients in Korean cuisine: bean sprouts! Here’s two different ways to enjoy it as banchan but there’s so many other ways to pair it with dishes ranging from Korean BBQ to bibimbap to noodles to stews!
Cool down this Fourth of July with a twist to the classic bingsu recipe! Make your yogurt ice at home and decorate with mixed berries, blueberry jam and Pocky sticks! Our patriotic dessert is wearing red, white and blue for Independence Day!
Relish in the flavors of gochujang with a new type of jjigae combining red pepper paste with pork, tofu, potatoes and more! If you like the taste of jeyuk bokkeum, or spicy stir-fried pork, you’ll love this. Ready in only 30 minutes too!
Making Korean beef patties have never been easier! Follow this simple marinade and glaze recipe and bring a plate of delicious dukgalbis over to your dad this weekend for sweet and savory bites. Happy Father’s Day!
We took two of our favorite spicy recipes—dukboki and spicy chicken galbi—and combined them for the ultimate spice challenge. A restaurant-favorite and a popular anju dish, we present to you the chicken dukboki dish that can be easily enjoyed, and adjusted, at home.
Super easy to make and even easier to eat! Boiling up a hot pot of soft tofu jjigae using gochugaru and plant-based ingredients, making this dish spicy and vegan! It’s the ultimate jjigae recipe that becomes your favorite.
One of the top picks for pairing with Korean BBQ can easily be made at home with your very own Ttukbaegi! Enjoy the flavorful taste of this Korean soybean paste stew and the joy of a heaping sip after a bbq lettuce wrap.
Hearty and nutritious multi-grain rice includes Korean glutinous rice, black and red beans, sorghum rice, and glutinous millet! Celebrate Jeongwol Daeboreum with us and have a bowl of ogok-bap, traditionally eaten on the first full moon after the Lunar New Year!
Preparing for the Lunar New Year weekend by trying different tteokguk recipes! Enjoy this kimchi rice cake soup with sweet onions, mushrooms and red pepper flakes. The added bonus of dumplings and probiotics from the kimchi give this recipe a 10 out of 10!
The combination of spicy pork bulgogi and fresh bean sprouts scream healthy and deliciousness! The juices from the bean sprouts seep into the meat and offer a drool-worthy one pan meal. Save some room in your stomachs for part two of your dinner series with a kimchi fried rice recipe.
Pork and chives balance each other so well that we’re whipping up this quick and delicious japchae dish to accompany your dinner tonight. Add serrano peppers for a slight kick and we promise this will be your new favorite banchan. Ready in under 30 minutes!
It’s sweet potato season! One delicious way to eat it is by coating them with caramelized sugar and corn syrup. Nice and crunchy on the outside with the fluffy sweet potato taste we love on the inside. Time to get snackin’!
Bulgogi is a staple for the Korean holidays so for this year’s Korean Thanksgiving, we’re showing you how to whip up the easiest bulgogi dish! Fill up the house with aromas of beef, scallions, carrots, onions, red peppers and even enoki mushrooms as they make an appearance at the dinner table.
A low-calorie Korean side dish made from acorn powder pairs well with almost anything you put on the dinner table. Its earthy flavors are complimented with a soy sauce-based mixture and its jiggly texture is one you’ll crave days later.
Janchi Guksu may be well known as “festivity noodles” but that doesn’t mean we can’t make ourselves a bowl right this second. Try this Korean Noodle Soup topped with staple Korean ingredients and thank us later.
Have you ever wondered how to prep and make your own red bean bingsu at home? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Make yours from scratch and cool down the summer heat with a homemade Korean shaved ice recipe! We top ours with injeolmi rice cakes, walnuts and ice cream but the possibilities for yours are endless.
You may have heard of and tried kimchi fried rice but have you ever made yourself the RADISH kimchi fried rice?! Incorporate the kkakdugi into your meals and take advantage of this subtly sweet banchan. The kkakdugi, cheese and beef mix together well to give this dish a familiar yet distinctive taste.
Kimchi Salad recipe passed down from generation to generation, Chef Misoon Moon adds this fresh kimchi salad to her dinner table. Unfermented and available as soon as it’s made, it’s at times the only banchan you’ll ever need!
The most popular food to eat on Lunar New Year's Day is the Rice Cake Soup! Celebrating the fresh start of the new year, many families will gather around the table to enjoy this tradition. They'd also celebrate turning another year older! Did you know that Koreans age collectively on New Year's Day?
It’s time to start getting ready for the Lunar New Year! We have Chef Misoon Moon showing us how to prepare for the holiday. She introduces Meat Jun—the perfect accompaniment to the classic Rice Cake Soup, coming out next week!
Bringing together her love for seafood and kimchi, home cook Jennifer Kim shares with us her Bajirak Kimchi Sujebi! Bajirak, which translates to Little Neck Clams, is used to bring a refreshing taste to the typical kimchi sujebi dish.
Always “eating his feelings,” James introduces his hometown’s specialty, Spicy Beef Radish Soup. Reflecting Gyeongsang-do regional flavors and also his childhood memories, enjoy this refreshing bowl of soup with a side of your favorite banchans!
Korea's iconinc dish "bibimbap" is well known for a healthy, delicious and easy meal to make! This recipe is bibimbap in a ston bowl, which will help you to have warm dish and crispy rice at the bottom!
In Korea, we have a tradition. Believe it or not our culture eats ginseng chicken soup on the three hottest days of a year. It basically makes your body hot inside and cools your skin. The soup boosts up your body energy with ginseng, garlic, jujubes and…all love.
Kimchi stew is absolutely Lorena's No.1 national dish. It’s because every Korean has Kimchi in their fridge, it's very comforting and everyone loves it. There are many kinds of Kimchi stew, but with pork, is the most popular to enjoy it. Are you ready to learn how to make it, it's so easy.
This stew is invented by leftover ingredients from US army in Korea. They transformed leftover spam, sausages, beans into an amazing spicy, savory and addictive stew using Korean condiments! Isn’t it brilliant?
This stew is such a special dish in Korea. We usually eat it for celebrations, birthdays or holidays, and especially, on Korean thanksgiving, called ‘Chuseok’. Enjoy this delicious new idea with your guests. We guarantee you that everyone will love it!
Koreans love to eat their meat with green leaf wraps. This recipe, we will boil pork belly until it’s super tender and juicy, then eat with crunch & savory radish kimchi in fresh green leave wraps. The radish kimchi goes perfect with this meat. Have your own wraps with our recipe, and you’re welcome!