DaSiMa (다시마) also called Kombu (konbu in Japanese or haidai in Chinese) are edible kelp from widely eaten in East Asia.
Have you ever wondered what Korean moms feed their babies, or more particularly, do you want to know what I fed our sons when they were around 1 year old? Okay, today I will teach you how to make a delicious and nutritious Korean baby food. Even if you don’t have a baby to feed, you can still make it for yourself because it tastes great if you add a little salt. 😉 Before I start, I want to give a shout out to my sister-in-law in Korea because she is watching my videos and she gave me the cute dress that I’m wearing today last year. Let’s get started. 🙂
Yield: 6 Servings
Yield: 2 Servings
TteokBokkI (떡볶이) is one of the most popular Korean street foods. Since the way to cook this food is very easy and simple, Korean people often make it at home too. Depending on your personal tastes, you can make it spicier or sweeter. This snack has many different names according to its ingredients such as cheese TteokBokkI, RaBokkI (Ramen noodles), GanJang TteokBokkI, or GungJung TteokBokkI (soy sauce).
Yield: 3 Servings
Hi everyone! This summer, my family traveled to Korea and made many good memories there. Among them, personally, I really enjoyed making kimchi with my mom and I finally got her kimchi recipe to share with you. In my opinion, she makes the best kimchi ever. I wrote down her recipe with an exact amount of each ingredient, which made my mom a little frustrated because Korean mothers do not usually cook with a recipe, instead, they cook with their instinct. So, it is often hard to get the same result as them without careful measurements. Anyway, today I feel happy that I can share this treasure with you. So let’s get started.
Yield: 1 Gallon