Prized for its rejuvenating qualities, ginseng is often used in many traditional Asian dishes. Because of its restorative properties, this Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup dish is usually served on hot summer days.
Quick to prepare, and ideal for sharing with guests, this peppery and moderately spicy dish is one of Korea’s most popular dishes.
Simple and easy to prepare, this Korean beef and mushroom skewer recipe is perfect for anyone looking to make a delicious and savoury snack that doesn’t require too much ingredients or preparation time.
The crisp cool mouthfeel of cucumbers and the fiery heat of red chilli peppers in the Oi-Sobagi makes the dish a perfect pairing with traditional Korean meals; especially hot soups and stews. The dish can be served fermented (left out at room temperature for several days) or eaten immediately if just you can't wait!
Hwachae is a traditional Korean punch made with seasonal fruits in a variety of juice, vinegar, honey or carbonated drinks. They're so easy to make and such a hit for hot summer days!
Yet another favourite, the ae-hobak namul (seasoned zucchini) can take on any flavours to your liking; whether sweet or savoury. Enjoy the ae-hobak namul in your bibimbap (mixed rice) or on its own as a banchan (side dish).
Ssambap or Korean lettuce wraps are perfect little packages of rice, flavourful meat seasoned with zingy sauce (ssamjang) in a crisp leafy vegetable. Ssambap which simply means 'wrapped rice', is very easy to put together. Go wild with the combinations of meats, vegetables and sauces, or have them the traditional way with galbi (short ribs), bulgogi (thinly sliced beef) or bossam (pork belly wrapped in cabbage leaves).
For all those cold nights where being warm is your number 1 concern, make your own Korean Noodle Soup (Guksu) tonight! Your taste buds will thank you.
If there's one thing Korean cuisine does the best, it's fried chicken. Experience the authentic tastes of Korea with this fried chicken wings recipe!
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