RECIPES - Korean

Azuki beans, cellophane noodles and kimchi or fermented vegetables are popular ingredients in shopping lists all over Australia and the world. Innovative and uniqueness have made Korean dishes immensely sought after outside its native country. As exotic as food can get, Korean cuisine is also an enormous study in food presentation and dining etiquette, composed and carried through to present day, over thousands of years of several religious, political and historical influences.
Kimchi Fried Rice (Kimchi Bokkeumbap)

Kimchi Fried Rice (Kimchi Bokkeumbap)

Spice up your fried rice with the Korean superfood, Kimchi. This Kimchi Fried Rice is tangy, spicy and the perfect way to use up leftover ingredients. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.

Watercress Namul

Watercress Namul

Watercress Namul is a common side dish often served alongside a Korean meal. Serve this nutritious Korean watercress dish to accompany dinner. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.

Kkakdugi (Korean Radish Kimchi)

Kkakdugi (Korean Radish Kimchi)

Kkakdugi (Korean Radish Kimchi) is crunchier and easier to make than the regular wombok kimchi. Get the recipe for this Korean side dish. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.

Korean Hangover Soup (Haejang-Guk)

Korean Hangover Soup (Haejang-Guk)

Korean Hangover Soup (Haejung-Guk) is the perfect meal after a wild night. Get rid of that horrible hangover with this delicious and hearty soup. Recipe by Asian Inspiraitons.

Siguemchi Namul (Korean Spinach Side Dish)

Siguemchi Namul (Korean Spinach Side Dish)

Sigeumchi Namul is something you'll see in plenty of Korean restaurants. Serve this seasoned spinach side dish with your favourite Korean meal. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.

Baek Kimchi (White Kimchi)

Baek Kimchi (White Kimchi)

Unlike regular kimchi, White Kimchi (Baek Kimchi) isn't spicy - great for those who can't handle the heat. Try this refreshing Korean side dish. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.

Korean Kabocha Hobakjuk (Pumpkin Porridge)

Korean Kabocha Hobakjuk (Pumpkin Porridge)

Kabocha Hobakjuk is a Korean porridge made with Japanese pumpkin and glutinous rice dumplings. Try this Korean twist on the classic pumpkin soup. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Korean Spicy Pork BBQ)

Jeyuk Bokkeum (Korean Spicy Pork BBQ)

Jeyuk Bokkeum is one of the highlights of a traditional Korean BBQ. This dish is absolutely brimming with such delicious and complex flavours, yet it’s so easy to prepare and cook. Marinate overnight for a stronger taste and pop it onto the grill when you are ready!

Gyeran Jjim (Korean Steamed Egg)

Gyeran Jjim (Korean Steamed Egg)

Gyeran Jjim (Korean Steamed Egg) is a popular side dish to accompany spicy Korean meals. Have a go at steaming eggs for a soft, silkier texture. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.

Gaji Bokkeum (Korean Stir-Fried Eggplants)

Gaji Bokkeum (Korean Stir-Fried Eggplants)

Korean tables are always full of vegetable banchan (Korean side dishes). Here’s a quick and easy side dish made with stir fried Asian eggplants which you can prepare and serve for several meals as it keeps for up to a couple weeks in the refrigerator.

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