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    To keep the household Korean happy and full.

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    I like this recipe because it's so simple to make. It's from Better Homes and Gardens Low-Cost Cooking.

    Recipe #135997

    Do not substitute the kochujang or korean red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #29690

    19 Reviews |  By Derf

    Hot! Hot! Nummy! Nummy! I made these last night, froze them and cooked 2 servings for supper tonight, to try them out. They are excellent! (with a crisp salad) (Better Homes & Gardens)

    Recipe #15006

    258 Reviews |  By Tish

    This is another great way to make something great ahead of time to thaw as needed or eat right now with little effort!

    Recipe #79944

    91 Reviews |  By Tish

    A once a month recipe that is great for picnics or nights when the family has to eat in shifts. They can be eaten warm or cold.

    Recipe #50772

    Great to keep on hand for a quick snack! For extra kick add jalepenos or other hot peppers to the mix.

    Recipe #121086

    These twice baked potatoes are great to keep in the freezer for busy days or unexpected company! When baking potatoes are on special, I buy a 10-15 pound bag and make about 30-35 of these creamy, delicious potatoes for the freezer. A wonderful side dish with steaks, roasts, seafood, pork and meatloaf. For variety, sprinkle top of potatoes with real bacon pieces just before serving. To have a meatless lunch, I often heat one of these potatoes in the microwave or toaster oven.

    Recipe #57062

    from the cookbook called seasoned with sun by the junior league of el paso. i make this all the time during the fall and winter months. my family loves it.

    Recipe #110781

    This is a recipe for Japanese Daifuku Cake. Daifuku is a soft Japanese mochi cake that is filled with a sweet bean filling. The recipe seems to be long but it is really easy and so worth it. You will be rewarded with a delicious Japanese treat!

    Recipe #119232

    1 Reviews |  By Stewie

    This means "college potatoes" and they are popular snacks for students in Japan. Japanese sweet potatoes are lighter in color than what we are used to.

    Recipe #26891

    Recipe #77724

    This recipe comes to me via one of my students and his mother. Since I was shown in person, my notes were poor so I used a recipe from a Korean church bulletin along with their instructions. This is really easy and yummy. Enjoy!

    Recipe #114194

    Recipe #151112

    These were described to me as inside out pancakes. I just call them delicious.

    Recipe #89731

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A delicious stir-fry that makes a one-dish meal. :)

    Recipe #30306

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe can be for an appetizer or as a main dish. Very flavorful

    Recipe #13959

    25 Reviews |  By s'kat

    A wonderfully marinated Korean beef dish. Kimchi, white sticky rice, whole cabbage leaves and assorted pickled vegetables make a wonderful accompaniment. Optionally, add an assortment of vegetables to beef marinade.

    Recipe #15690

    3 Reviews |  By Santos

    This dish is the epitomy of 'home style' Japanese comfort food. This version is lightening quick, without the need to prepare the fish stock (dashi) that so many real Japanese dishes require. This staple is to be enjoyed in the fall or coming winter months! Enjoy.

    Recipe #39169

    1 Reviews |  By Amis

    This is a really good, and easy meal. I usually serve it with sugar snap peas and rice. Posted for World Zaar Tour 05

    Recipe #137359

    2 Reviews |  By Nose

    This is a traditional Lunar New Year dish in Korea. I have seen many different recipes - the only really standard ingredient seems to be the rice cakes -- but I really liked the savoriness of this one. The rice cakes in this soup are not the crispy American kind, but a firm Asian kind used in soups and other dishes. They are like Korean mochi, if that means anything to you. You could use beef broth instead of the anchovy broth if you prefer, although I don't think the anchovy broth really tastes fishy - it's more savory, in the way that Worcestershire sauce and Caesar salad dressing, both of which contain anchovy, are savory. Be careful eating the rice cake: it is so slippery it almost slides down your throat, but gooey enough that you really need to chew it. This is from, but I had to do a really specific search to find it, so I thought I'd post it to give it wider exposure, because it was good, and a new treat for me.

    Recipe #111673

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