I have previously posted about miyeok gook here using beef but I’m trying to eat less meat right now and my husband came back from Mexico with an upset stomach so I decided to make miyeok gook without beef. If you want vegitarian version, use the sea kelp broth (sea kelp is dashima in Korean, kombu […]
This curry dish uses the same vegetables as the spicy chicken stew (dakdoritang). So with the left over vegetables I made curry the next night. ingredients: 1 tablespoon sesame oil 1/2 pound beef cubed 1 large or 2 small carrots, 1-1.5″ pieces 1/2 large onion, diced 1 potato, big chunks 3 cups water 1/2 box, […]
Homemade food is best… so what can I cook today? I took this week off from work to clean my junk out in the garage. So the least I can do is have homemade dinner ready for the hubster when he gets home from work. There was a packet of drumsticks frozen in the freezer […]
Our friend had made us jook on multiple occasions, after Thanksgiving with the turkey carcass and whenever he gets rotisserie chicken from Costco with the chicken carcass. Isn’t he sweet? That’s when he was our roommate. Now that we don’t live with him anymore, my husband misses his jook. So the last time we went […]
day 1: chicken and vegetables enjoy leg and thigh with vegetable sides (ex: roasted brussels sprouts or baked asparagus) * shred the rest of the chicken meat to use for other recipes day 2: spaghetti 1 large yellow onion (sliced thin) 1 teaspoon of oil or fat 2 jars of spaghetti sauce 1 can of corn […]
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This is one of the first soups I tried making because my sweet college roommate had made it for me on my birthday, so I wanted to make it for her on her birthday. Why do we make this soup on birthdays? In Korea, new moms consume this soup after giving birth as seaweed contains […]
This is a basic kimchi jjigae that you can whip up in about 30 minutes when you have some old kimchi sitting in your fridge. I like to use stock from jangjorim for this recipe. And I normally don’t put tofu in my kimchi jjigae as I’m don’t really like tofu in my jjigae. ingredients: […]
This is one of the simplest Korean soups to make. Some recipes marinade the beef but I’m a lazy cook so… 4 servings ingredients: 7-12 ounces Korean radish (moo/mu, daikon) 6 ounces beef brisket or chuck 1 tablespoon sesame oil 4 teaspoons minced garlic (garlic cloves vs. minced garlic) 2 tablespoons Korean soup soy sauce […]
ingredients: 9″ long dried sea kelp (dashima/kombu) or 3-4 sliced sea kelp 8 cups of water directions: rinse the dried sea kelp and add to the pot with water. boil and simmer for 20 minutes. set a side to make the broth. you can also reserve the sea kelp for garnish later.