DaSiMa (다시마) also called Kombu (konbu in Japanese or haidai in Chinese) are edible kelp from widely eaten in East Asia.
Hi! Welcome back to Aeri’s kitchen. A few weeks ago, I asked you this question in my community tab, “What would you like to see the most on Aeri’s Kitchen in 2018?” 72% of the people voted for lunch box recipes and ideas. So, I’m going to post many more lunch box recipes this year. The second most voted option was vegetarian recipes, with 18% of the vote. Along with that poll result, today I want to share my homemade vegetable broth recipe with you. Whether you are a vegetarian or not, it is nice to have good homemade broth on hand, so whenever you cook some kind of Korean food, especially soup or stew, you can grab some from your refrigerator or freezer. Many of my soup and stew recipes have steps for making broth with either anchovies or meat. You can replace those non-vegetarian broths with this vegetarian broth. It is easy to make, and it does enhance your Korean food. So, let’s get started.
Yield: 8 Cups
Today, I will make a popular Korean steamed egg side-dish called gyeranjjim. It is very simple to make and delicious, so many Koreans like to eat this on a daily basis. It is simple to make, but it is not easy making it perfectly – if you want it soft, fluffy, and savory. It is very important to use the right ratio of ingredients and it is critical to control the cooking temperature and time for perfection. To share a great recipe with you, I made this recipe several times to get all of the measurements and times just right. So, you can just follow my instructions to get an amazing gyeramjjim. 🙂 Let’s get started.
Yield: 4 Servings
Hi, everyone. I’m craving something spicy, and the weather is getting cooler. I always eat kimchi with my Korean food, and I have some leftover dough for homemade Kalguksu noodles in my refrigerator. What can I cook to satisfy me? And, how many of you are actually in the same situation as me? When I posted homemade kalguksu recipe last week, the first thing that entered my mind was Kimchi Kalguksu. I could imagine that you would love it as much I do. The spicy and savory broth with chewy and soft homemade noodles, along with delicious cooked kimchi in it tastes so good. Please try it someday.
Yield: 2 Servings
Happy New Year! 🙂 Thanks for your support in 2016. I hope that I can post delicious recipes more often this year. As a start, I picked a simple, healthy, and delicious recipe. When we don’t have much of an appetite, or feel sick, porridge can be a good solution. Canned tuna makes for a very tasty porridge with various vegetables. I have few tips for making porridge successfully, so don’t miss them. 🙂 Try this tasty recipe someday. If you have any requests for Korean food that you want to learn how to make, please feel free to leave a comment. 🙂
Yield: 2 Servings