Tofu Kimchi Jeon

두부 김치전, DuBu Kimchi Jeon

Hi everyone. Today, I will introduce another delicious recipe with 2 matching ingredients – tofu and kimchi. In Korean cuisine, there are several dishes that use both ingredients such as tofu kimchi, tofu kimchi stew, and so on. It shows that tofu and kimchi are a great combination of flavors. So I decided to make jeon with those 2 ingredients. Spicy kimchi and the nutty flavor of tofu, along with other vegetable ingredients, makes for a very tasty jeon. I love this jeon with a crispy outside and soft inside. Try it someday.

Yield: 30 Pieces

[Read more…]

Squid and Veggie Rolls

오징어 야채롤, OJingEo YaChaeRoll

Hi everyone! Today I opened my refrigerator and found many different kinds of leftover vegetables and I just picked up some fresh squid from the market. I wanted to make some delicious food that would use up my vegetables. This recipe is what I got from the idea. :) It is a fancy looking squid roll with lots of vegetables and a sweet and spicy sauce. All the vegetable flavors mixed into the chewy-tender squid is very delicious. If you need to clean up your refrigerator, or you want to try something special, try this recipe someday. :)

Yield: 2 Servings

[Read more…]

Shiitake Mushrooms and Beef Jeon

표고버섯 전, PyoGoBeoSeot Jeon

Hi everyone! Can you see my excited face? I’m back again with a super delicious recipe with shiitake mushrooms and beef. Shitake mushrooms are called a natural seasoning because they have very good natural flavoring. Dried shiitake mushrooms are often used to make broth in Korean cuisine. Shiitake mushrooms are a great match with beef for both flavor and texture. Therefore, this jeon makes a very flavorful dish with good nutrition. The tender meat inside of the chewy mushroom is awesome together. Try it someday.

Yield: 10 Pieces

[Read more…]

Mung Bean Jelly with Veggies and Beef

탕평채, TangPyeongChae

Hi everyone! Today I will make a delicious Korean traditional food made with mung bean jelly. It is called “TangPyeonChae” in Korean. The soft and chewy mung bean jelly mixed with seasoned beef, watercress, egg, and dried laver makes a perfect main dish for your special meal. It is very colorful and tasty. Try it someday. :)

Yield: 4 Servings

[Read more…]

Mung Bean Muk

청포묵, CheongPoMuk

Mung bean jelly, called “CheongPoMuk” in Korean, is a good diet food because it is low in calories. As the name implies, it is a jelly made with mung bean starch. You can use it in a delicious salad or soup. For people who cannot get this mung bean jelly in a store, I will show you how to make it from a scratch. :)

Yield: 3 Pounds

[Read more…]