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    Being half Korean, I am always looking for ways to fuse my love of kimchi into pretty much anything that I make. After making this potato salad, I HAD to write this one down. It was fabulous. This recipe is a smaller batch recipe since I assumed most of my friends coming over do not have the same taste for kimchi as I do. This is such an easy recipe to manipulate according to taste and spice level. I used a potato medley from Costco that had small purple potatoes, yukons, and red potatoes.

    Recipe #501005

    My aunt made whipped this up for the kids of the family when she was visiting the U.S. It is SUPER easy and extremely delicious. All my friends request it when they come over for dinner. This is especially good to make with leftover white rice. Serve with a Korean beef dish, or this can be the entree with some dried seaweed.

    Recipe #296421

    This recipe is EXTREMELY easy. My mother made this recipe up and calls it Korean chicken. Mainly because she's Korean and it has soy sauce in it. Whenever I visit her, she makes this dish for me. This is my ultimate comfort food. I've made different variations, including adding some red wine to it. DELICIOUS! I serve it over white rice. You need to be careful with the soy sauce that you use. I use a big jug of Kikkoman soy sauce and it can be a little too salty. You might need to scale back on the soy sauce if that's the case. You will be amazed at the amount of liquid that comes from the chicken. The chicken, if cooked properly, should practically fall of the bone.

    Recipe #290698


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