Sandwiches are gaining popularity in Korea because of Korea’s increased coffee consumption. Cafes on Korean streets are easy to find in many places. Among the many different types of Korean sandwiches, I will show you how to make ones that I would want to buy: crab salad, tomato basil, spicy BBQ, and one with ham, cheese, and egg. Most Korean sandwiches contain a lot of vegetables. It is great to be able to consume foods from all four food groups in one meal. These sandwiches all have different meats, but the rest of the ingredients are mostly the same, so it is easier when preparing a large number of sandwiches at once.
Yield: 4 Servings