Traditional Tofu with Korean soy sauce

This is the easy, fast and healthy recipe that everyone can enjoy!

You don’t need to use any cooking utencil since all you need is a microwave.

Cook Time : 4min ~ 3min

Panfried Tofu in soy sauce

Squares of Pan Fried tofu are full of health and high on flavor.

Try serving them with salads. The chewy texture of the tofu works well with crunchy greens. Pan Fried tofu squares are also perfect as a quick snack. Who says healthy meals don’t taste good?  It’s so simple,

so delicious!

Cook Time : 15min ~ 20min

Panfried Tofu in soy sauce

This recipe is a westernized version using soybean sprout salad, perfect for North Amerian dinner! You can add other vegetables and diced extra-firm tofu (cold) to the salad to customize it!

Cook Time : 5min ~ 7min

In almost every Korean dish, you will find more than 1 of side dishes. This is a traditional way of eating meals in Korea, and this way you can enjoy variety of dishes at the same time, with many different nutrients your body need! This soybean sprout side dish is tasty and healthy for everyone.

Cook Time : 20min ~ 25min

Spicy Soybean Sprout Soup

Soybean Sprout Soup is a popular Korean side dish soup – Kongnamul-Guk. It is not at all difficult to cook. With few simple ingredients, you can enjoy a bowl of fresh and light soup. If you are vegetarian/vegan, you can use dried kelps instead of beef stock – you need to add salt to taste in this case. Do not overcook the soybean sprout; it should have a crunchy texture.

Cook Time : 40min ~ 45min

Pan Fried Mandoo (dumplings)

Fried dumplings are enjoyed by many asians, as a quick snack, appetizer or tasty main dish itself. No need to defrost, you can just pan-fry the frozen PH dumplings and enjoy them quick and easy, paired with soy sauce.

Cook Time : 5min ~ 6min

Steamed Dumplings

Dumpling Soup, made with your favourite broth such as beef, vegetable, anchovy stock, can be enjoyed in various ways by adding udon noodle, sliced rice cakes, vegetables, etc. Dumpling soup with sliced rice cake (Dduck Mandoo Gook) is a traditional dish in Korea, usually eaten on the new years day.

Cook Time : 5min ~ 6min

Dumpling Soup

If you love to enjoy the dumplings in the simplest way, you can simply steam them in a steam pot. You can pair them with your favourite sauce, like soy sauce, Asian hot sauce, sweet and sour sauce, curry, cheese dipping, or even tomato marinara sauce

Cook Time : 30min ~ 40min

Sweet Rice Cake Balls

Rice cake is very familiar food for Koreans. This recipe is for traditional rice cake dessert called “Kyung-dan”.  It’s great for gift or for dessert with tea,  and it’s so chewy and really delicious. You can controll the amount of sweetness by adding more or less sugar depending on your taste.

Cook Time : 40min ~ 70min

Rice Cake Soup (Dduck-gook)

Do you have any New Year's cooking traditions? It is a long tradition that Koreans eat rice cake soup on a New Year’s Day. In addition to being a lucky New Year dish, dduk gook can also be a simple comfort food for any winter day. It’s easy to make, and the whole family will enjoy it!

Cook Time : 35min ~ 45min

Sweet & Spicy Rice Cake

If you thought that mixing spiciness and sweetness together is weird, think again! This Korean food made of cylindrical rice cakes (dduck-bok-ee) is loved by many people, and it’s great for a snack or a casual meal!

Cook Time : 50min ~ 65min

Simple Udon in Broth

Rice cake is very familiar food for Koreans. This recipe is for traditional rice cake dessert called “Kyung-dan”.  It’s great for gift or for dessert with tea,  and it’s so chewy and really delicious. You can controll the amount of sweetness by adding more or less sugar depending on your taste.

Cook Time : 5min ~ 6min

Soybean Paste Stew

Soybean Paste Stew, also called Doen-Jang Jji Gae is one of the most popular Korean comfort (yet healthy) food. This stew-like recipes can be modified by adding chopped hot peppers or variety of veggie toppings to your taste. The broth can be made with beef or anchovy stock. Soybean paste is full of nutritions and healthy bacteria, and it's so simple and tasty!

Cook Time : 5min ~ 6min
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