Korean Recipes

Korean recipes - Recipes for Korean food that originated from traditions dating back to prehistoric times in the Korean peninsula. Korean recipes refer to recipes for Korean food that originated from traditions dating back to prehistoric times in the Korean peninsula. Korean recipes are based upon three staples, namely rice, vegetables and meat. Traditional Korean meals are distinctive for the large number of side dishes that are served with steamed white rice. Kimchi is also commonly recognized as being a significant and unique component of Korean food.
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Pick a main ingredient and click to discover delicious Korean recipes perfect for any occasion. Popular main ingredients for Korean recipes include meat products like Beef,Chicken, Fish, Lamb, Pork to dairy products like Cheese, Egg, Yoghurt to Vegetables and grain products like Bread and Pasta. Soak the scents of hearth and home cooking with these yummy Korean recipes below.
Korean Recipes: Beef
  • Kogi Kimchi Quesadillas

    We finally got to try something other than our usual haemul pajeon (Korean scallion & seafood pancake) for our late-night snack when I ran into an article mentioning Chef Roy Choi, the man behind the famous Kogi BBQ truck and the man who inspired us with tonight's appetizer recipe--kimchi quesadillas. I'm not sure why we haven't done this dish before but it was well worth the wait. For those of you who don't know about Roy Choi and the Kogi BB........full story and recipe at http://www.oliviajasonkim.com Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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  • Bulgogi (Korean Barbecued Beef)

    Perhaps the most popular dish among foreigners is a Korean beef dish named bulgogi. It's sweet, savory, and full of flavors, stemming from the long marination process. It is also popular with Koreans, where you can usually find it on the menu of special occasions and holidays. Bulgogi is marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, black pepper, garlic, onions, ginger, and sugar for at least a few hours (we do it overnight) two to enhance the flavor and to tenderize the meat. It is traditionally grilled but using the stovetop is common as well. Like most Korean meat dishes, it is usually served with a side of lettuce, spinach, or other leafy vegetables, which is then wrapped with the cooked meat, ssamgjang (dipping sauce) and other banchan (side dishes). More Korean recipes at http://www.oliviajasonkim.com ^^ Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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  • Jang Jorim (Soy Beef Strips) w Hard Boiled Eggs

    Today we made one of my favorite meat side dishes called jang jorim, which is basically strips of beef (usually made from brisket) that has been boiled in soy sauce and other ingredients. It is quite salty to be eaten alone, but it is a great complement with rice and soup dishes. The peculiar aspect of this dish is the addition of hard boiled eggs (usually smaller quail eggs), green/red chili peppers, and soy sauce. We were missing some ingredients like green chili peppers but the result was still spot on. The original method of preparing and cooking this dish is quite extensive and time-consuming (as with most traditional dishes) but we were able to cut some steps without sacrificing the overall taste. Actually, I made it without the wife's knowledge and she was quite surprised not only of the taste but the way in which I prepared it. My own version is provided below. More Korean recipes at http://www.oliviajasonkim.com Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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  • Gori Gomtang (Korean Oxtail Soup)

    The weather turned cold for a brief moment here (but luckily warmed up the last few days) so we were thinking of different soups to make other than our usual kimchi jigae (spicy kimchi stew). Then one day while perusing the meat section of the grocery store, we found oxtails just calling out our names. Okay it didn't actually happen that way, but we did want something different and non-spicy. Gori gomtang is a classic Korean soup made with oxtail pieces, cooked for hours on end until the meat literally fall off the bone. It is reputably good for stamina (as most older generation Koreans believe fervently) but I think it just tastes light and clean, especially eating with vegetable banchan side dishes (especially kakdugi; cubed radish kimchi). This is a perfect winter soup but can be particularly beneficial if you have a cold (for which I do by the way). Also, the beef stock can be made in large portions to save for other soups, which is a huge time saver. All in all, we got a few meals out of this and the family loved it. Please visit www.oliviajasonkim.com and be a follower of my website. Hopefully we can share recipes. ^^ Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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  • Kalbi (Marinated BBQ Short Ribs)

    On my half day off, I decided to "relax" by making my favorite (and the kids too) Korean meat dish--kalbi (marinated short ribs), which are tender, savory, sweet, and full of delicious flavors. These are best to be cooked on a grill (especially great for special occasions with friends and family) but they also taste good pan-fried off of the stove. The kids love kalbi too not only for its taste, but they get to use their hands and nibble/chew at every bit of meat from the bone (yes, it's that good). As for the actual technique (or secret steps) to making great kalbi is the marinade itself. Many people have their own variations (and I have tried all of them), but the key ingredient is the use ofAsian pears (don't worry American pears or apples will work too) and grating them or putting them through a food processor. The old-school Korean moms (and my mom included) don't use food processors (too high tech for them I guess). You can also substitute or use in combination with citrus drinks like 7-Up or Pepsi, not only bringing that extra sweetness, but the carbonation supposedly helps with tenderizing of the meat as well. Then make sure to marinate overnight and you will find yourself with some awesome marinated beef ribs the next day. This recipe and others can be found at www.oliviajasonkim.com. Please come and join! ^^ Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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  • Vegetable Teriyaki Beef Rolls

    A simple and easy to prepare vegetable with beef combination. Rolls type recipe which leave minimal cleaning up to be done Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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  • Beef stew for kids

    This thick stew is extremely delicious and filling! It also makes for a round meal on its own with the potatoes, veggies and ground beef used. If you’re having trouble breaking the beef into small pieces, use a spatula. Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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  • Carrot Meatloaf

    This is great for getting children to eat their greens. It contains plenty of carrots but tastes nothing like it. Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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Korean Recipes: Bread
  • How to make funnel cake....

    This is a how-to video from a carnival I went to. How to make a funnel cake Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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  • Udon salad

    A simple and healthy udon salad dish. Check out this delicious recipe by clicking on the thumbnail image!
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Korean Recipes: Cake
Korean Recipes: Cheese
Korean Recipes: Chicken
Korean Recipes: Chocolate
Korean Recipes: Duck
Korean Recipes: Egg
Korean Recipes: Fish
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Korean Recipes: Mushroom
Korean Recipes: Noodles
Korean Recipes: Nuts
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Korean Recipes: Pasta
Korean Recipes: Pork
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Korean Recipes: Rice/Grain
Korean Recipes: Seafood
Korean Recipes: Turkey
Korean Recipes: Vegetables
Korean Recipes: Yoghurt
Dietary Consideration

Meal planning when you have special dietary consideration like diabetes can be a challenge. Find Korean recipes by your special dietary needs from below. These recipes includes High Fiber, Low Calories, Low Carb, Low Fat, Low Sodium, Low/No Sugar recipes; to Vegan, Vegetarian and Wheat/Gluten Free Korean recipes. Check out these Korean recipes which are as healthy as is it flavorful. Vegetarians will also be pleased with the broad selection of salads and vegetable dishes which are also high in nutrition.
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Course Order

Are you craving for Korean dishes? We have prepared an extensive list of Korean recipes, categorized by its serving course to satisfy your cravings. You will be amazed by the wide variety of courses you can prepare with these Korean recipes. Fill your tummy with delightful soups, appetizers, side and main courses prepared using the best Korean recipes here.
Korean Recipes: Appetizer
Korean Recipes: Condiments
Korean Recipes: Dessert
Korean Recipes: Drinks
Korean Recipes: Herbal Soup
Korean Recipes: Main Course
Korean Recipes: Side Dish
Meal Type

Trap in a food dilemma? Need a definitive source for simple, quick and easy food ideas for your different meal types? Browse hundreds of Korean recipes by meal type, ranging from Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, High-Tea, and Dinner to Supper. These special home-made recipes delight will be a quick pleaser for your family and guests. See what's cooking by clicking one of the many Korean recipes below.
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