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    One of my favorite Banchan (side dishes). Danmuji are a bright yellow colored pickled radish, which you can almost always find in Kimbap or served with Chinese food in Korea. Danmuji itself can be bought at Asian grocery markets as well as Gochugaru, the Korean Red Pepper Flakes. This recipe is for preparing it as a side dish at home.

    Recipe #493435

    Not the typical "pink panty dropper" but true to it's name it is pink and tastes like juice so you can imagine what might happen... I think this is one of those college experiments that worked out pretty well. It tends to be a big hit among the girls-- for house parties I like to serve it in pink Solo cups ^^

    Recipe #493430

    A family recipe I grew up with from my Grandmother.. it is one of my favorite comfort foods. I've found that among the Korean and Japanese students I usually cook for this is one of their favorite meals that they always ask me to make.

    Recipe #493390

    Growing up, whenever I was sick my mom always made this for me. It is super easy to make, easy on the stomach, tastes like comfort food, and incredibly cheap. Now, as a college student, it is one of my go to meals when I'm not feeling well.

    Recipe #493389

    This is a recipe my ex came up with when his host-family in the US asked him to make Korean food. I loved it so much I begged him to teach it to me and now it's one of my favorite things to make. It really is a throw-together kind of dish so you can substitute whatever vegetables or meats you want, but this is how I usually make it when I have everything available :)

    Recipe #493371


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