7 FUN KOREAN RECIPES TO DELIGHT YOUR FAMILY WITH!

Humming in my kitchen making my dinner somewhere I felt I should also know a couple of easy Korean recipes to make at home so that I can enjoy the combination of an addictive Korean drama with sizzling Korean food.

7 FUN KOREAN RECIPES TO DELIGHT YOUR FAMILY WITH!

Today, not only K-pop or K-drama, but K-food has taken over people’s kitchens & restaurants. From the traditional and representative regale Kimchi to the comfort food Tteobeokki, there’s something for everybody.

Witnessing Korean food everywhere, you might have felt to hop on to this tasty delicacies’ train.

This is why we’ve got you covered as we thought of introducing and teaching you some swift Korean recipes to make at home which are both healthy and delicious at the same time.   

Are you ready to dive into this mouth-watering world?

  • Kimchi Fried Rice (Kimchi Bokumbap)

One of the delicious spreads we come across in Korean dramas is Kimchi Fried Rice. Catching our eyes with its colorful looks, the dish is seen numerous times on our screens for a reason.

It’s best when you have Kimchi, some leftover rice, veggies, all these topped with soy sauce, sesame oil, the legendary Korean kitchen ingredient, gochujang and you’ve got a yummy dish for yourself, Kimchi Bokumbap.

Kimchi Fried Rice (Kimchi Bokumbap)

Get the detailed recipe: Here  

  • Japchae (Stir-fried noodles)

This nutritions-filled healthy meal is representative of Korean Spring food – the rich picturesque vibe says it all.

These stir-fried glass noodles look transparent in between, which is the highlight of the dish. However, back in the 17th century, when it was invested, Japchae was a treat without its legendary noodles.

We wonder how that must have tasted!?

The modern food is topped with well-seasoned meat and numerous colorful vegetables.

Just a few steps and this vibrant dish is served on your table to jump on it.

Japchae (Stir-fried noodles)

Get the detailed recipe: Here

  • Bibimbap (mixed rice)

Bibimbap stands for a mixture of every ingredient possible. And that’s how the utterly delicious combination of seasoned spinach, bean sprouts, mushroom, carrots, steamed rice, eggs, taste-basting sauces, and oils, like gochujang, sesame oil, and as many veggies as you want to add.

There is the lively Bibimbap you see yourself with. Perfect for a meal – alone, with your partner or your lovely family.

One can basically add and experiment as much as they want with this appetizing dish. Also, Bibimbap works the best as a vegetarian food too.

Bibimbap (mixed rice)

Get the detailed recipe: Here

  • Tteokbokki (Spicy rice cake)

K-dramas have shown us a lot of Korean street food in their perfect dates or perfect hunger bursts scenes.

One such food that made a place in our hearts is the sweet yet spicy Tteobokki. There are many types of this classic delicacy – Jeukseo-tteok-bokki, Gochujnag tteok-bokki, Ganjang tteok-bokki, and many more.

This red mouth-watering chewy rice cake cut into long pieces is the best street food for you if you are a sweet and spicy combination food lover.

Tteokbokki (Spicy rice cake)

Get the detailed recipe: Here

  • Jjigae (Korean stew)

Jjigae makes us lost in it and keep getting our mouth surprised by many ingredients it has while eating.

See what’s happening? We’re getting the Jjigae fever.

Just like Tteobokki, this dish also has so many types to it. And just as the nature of Bibimbap states, many ingredients, just like that, sometimes even Ramyeon or Tofu are added to the Jjigae to make it more enchanting.

Usually, it contains, meat, seafood, veggies, and all these are put inside a broth. These all appealing food are seasoned with gaenjang, which is fermented miso, gochujang, soybean paste and saeujeot, fermented salted shrimp.

 

Jjigae (Korean stew)

Get the detailed recipe: Here

  • Jjajangmyeon

Jjajangmyeon is a Chinese dish given a twist in the Korean way, hence its Korean cuisine which people absolutely adore.

It’s always good to go for it when your pocket is not so heavy. One quirky fact about it is that singles in Korea eat Jjajangmyeon on Black Day also known as Single’s Day, falls on April 14.

The black color is produced by salty black soybean paste, along with handmade wheat noodles and raw cucumbers, veggies, and diced pork gives the food a dark feel.

These make it edible, especially on Black day.

Jjajangmyeon

Get the detailed recipe: Here 

  • Jjamppong

Having the full ocean inside your mouth – yes, that’s what eating Jjamppong feels like. This red spicy seafood is crafted with Korean zucchini, carrots, cabbages, squid, pork, mussels, onions and, garlic.

It is also known as a spicy seafood noodle soup. Jjampong & Jjajangmyeon are two of the scrumptious dishes shown in dramas a lot.

Jjamppong

Avid k-drama watchers certainly want to try these once.

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Author - Akshita.

6 comments

Waw……very informative 👌. Keep it up 👍

Sarika September 13, 2021

Wow…looks amazing

Anindita September 13, 2021

Mouthwatering article😋
Keep bringing this type of article loved it!

Shraddha September 13, 2021

Waaoww😍😍 I’m hungry now 🤣🤣
Just love it.
Thank you for recipe and amazing article 💚

Eliza Arpana September 10, 2021

Wow, my mouth is watering , thank you for this article , I will try theses recipes.☺️

Archita Bhaduri September 10, 2021

Kpop Kdrama and K food such a nice combination. Thank you for Recipes. Nice article.

Debo September 10, 2021

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