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    by Looneyspoons, Janet and Greta Podleski. We had this for dinner tonight and I was impressed. It doesn't taste low-fat at all!I did add canned green chilies for extra heat and flavor, but didn't include it in the list of ingredients, since this isn't my recipe.

    Recipe #212740

    "Every year we used to make two types of stuffing—one traditional and one with kimchi. We never had any leftovers of the kimchi stuffing. We've learned after many years that the stuffing tastes best when cooked on the side, not stuffed in the turkey. Inside the bird, the stuffing gets a bit soggy. Weeks before Thanksgiving, friends would ask if we were going to make our family's Korean-style stuffing. Yes, we will be making our famous stuffing this year and I wanted to share the recipe with you as well." From www.eatingkorean.com, by Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee

    Recipe #194770

    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

    Good for dipping Korean Dumplings or Chon ( pan fried Korean vegetables)

    Recipe #191136

    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

    This is a recipe for a basic napa cabbage kimchi. I have been making different kinds of kimchi for the past several years. It has taken several batches to find the right combination that my family likes. While it is much easier to just buy it from the korean market, there is nothing like homemade kimchi that is made with love and care. This is a rough recipe. Making kimchi is a method, not a strict recipe. Also, please note that it is important to find the best ingredients you can find. Mediocre ingredients lead to mediocre results. I find that the overnight salting is less wasteful and keeps the kimchi crunchier longer. It sounds like it takes a long time, but active prep time is probably about 1 to 1 1/2 hours since the cabbage does a lot of the work while you are sleeping.

    Recipe #397956

    Posted by request. I found this recipe on the bag of seaweed (miyuk, in koean). It is delicious and very healthy. Gochujang and gochu garu are korean ingredients easily found in korean groceries. I cannot think of any decent substitutes. This is usually eaten with rice during korean meals, not as a main dish.

    Recipe #339274

    from Looneyspoons, Janet and Greta Podleski. I tried this tonight for dinner. It turned out great and I will make it again. Low-fat, but still very yummy!

    Recipe #212736

    by Looneyspoons. -Janet and Greta Podleski

    Recipe #212028

    From the Muir Glen website. I haven't tried this yet, but I'm always looking for great vegetarian dishes.

    Recipe #201581

    I received this cookie in a cookie swap this year. These were my favorites of the bunch! I haven't tried these yet, but I think that I will refrigerate the dough and make them into balls. Just to get a more "perfect" looking cookie.

    Recipe #200298

    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

    This is a great quick weeknight meal. It only takes me about 20 minutes to put this together from start to finish and we all love it.

    Recipe #185953

    My husband and I love soup! I came up with this one and different variations with whatever I had on hand. So that means that this is more a method than a strict science. Just try different variations and see what you get! This goes well with hot cornbread.

    Recipe #114345


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