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    Although Korean food is not my favorite of Asian cuisines, I developed a liking for it after knowing a Korean friend who went to our church and prepared lavish Korean spreads for the church at least once per month. Needless to say, we were very sad when she and her husband moved away!
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    2 Reviews |  By mapuana

    This is my Grandma Korean BBQ Recipe. She brought it over from Seoul, Korea when she arrived in Hawaii to marry my Korean grandfather as a picture bride in the early 1900's. Enjoy!

    Recipe #199220

    This is a very tasty sauce used for dipping deep fried beef or used as a marinade for beef then simmering the beef in it. I have not made the recipe but will soon and add more comments. I will use 1 tsp chili sauce but if you do not like spicy leve it out altogether. The sauce is traditionally served in individual little bowls by each person's place setting(See recipe for Deep Fried Beef Slices)

    Recipe #191396

    This beef is to be served with Bulgogi dipping sauce recipe#191396 Very tasty delicious dish. You do not have to deep fry the beef - I stir fried it in 2 tbsp Olive oil. I also twinned a vegetarian version while I cooked the regular beef. I used Meatless Beef tenders and followed the recipe just as if it were meat.(see pictures)

    Recipe #191402

    Bibim bap literally means "mixing rice". Delicious, healthy, traditional Korean dish with lots of veggies. This can be made with many different vegetables, so pick your favorite combo! Most common is mung beansprouts, carrots, cucumbers, and spinach. Korean hot sauce is served on the side. (it's sweet with a kick to it!)

    Recipe #350414

    Another Asian noodle recipe. Some say that this recipe would be more authentically Korean if made with "dang myun," noodles made out of sweet potato starch. You can usually find these in the grocery store, near the bean thread noodles. Snow peas would be great in this, as would some sauteed tofu.

    Recipe #160813

    I found this recipe on Allrecipes, submitted by Sarah Kyong and it has 44 reviews! A popular dish! I hope you enjoy! Here's what she says: A very easy meal to make! Chicken drumettes, potato, carrots, and onion simmer in a spicy sauce that goes best with white rice. You can find Korean hot pepper paste in a Korean/Asian market. I haven't tried looking in a grocery store. It's Korean name is 'gochujang'. I have made some changes after reading the reviews. This can also be cooked in a crockpot for several hours.

    Recipe #191143

    This is recipe that I got from a Korean friend of mine. Thank You Tok.

    Recipe #191111

    This is a vey simple and tasty way to prepare the ever abundant and cheap zucchini. To be served with a Korean dipping soy sauce. recipe 191136

    Recipe #191137

    This is a really tasty Korean chicken dish. It reminds me of the teriyaki chicken you can get in the mall, but spicier! I modified this from "A Korean Mother's Cooking Notes." prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #191128

    From "A Korean Mother's Cooking Notes". This is THE best Korean Pork recipe that I have ever had. Extremely authentic. My sister's Korean MIL, makes it for all her church functions because everyone raves about it.

    Recipe #191135

    Recipe #187752

    The long cooking time makes these ribs really tender. And the sauce has a great flavor that makes a perfect part of any Asian meal.

    Recipe #83204

    These noodles are so deeply satisfying, that they must be considered soul food. The thick noodles with the savory beef and mushrooms makes such a hearty meal, there is almost no room for tea.

    Recipe #82466

    Delicious Korean recipe, good summer food. I'm not Korean, so I can't promise the authenticity, but it's definately good. I've played around with the marinade quite a bit, but this is the best I think I've got it.

    Recipe #29385

    3 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This recipe is being posted in answer to a recipe request. Some of the ingredients and directions are unusual, so trial & error may be in order here! Sounds very spicy to me.

    Recipe #23269

    There's a small Korean restaurant near the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where they make this dish on Tuesdays only. The line goes out the door. I tried a dozen different recipes until I found this one, which is pretty close to the Tuesday special. There are three parts to this recipe: the main dish, the marinade, and Kochujang sauce

    Recipe #137771

    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

    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 koreankitchen.com, 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

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

    Recipe #89731

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Found this at Residential Services Division of Hawaiian Electric Company

    Recipe #125202

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