Happy New Year, everyone! Today, I will make a Korean street food. It is a kind of toast that I’ve been craving. There are many places in Korea that sell this delicious sandwich, especially in the morning. This is popular in Korea because the bread, egg, and vegetables can give you enough nutrition to start the day and the taste is so good. I made this and enjoyed it with my son, Bryson. Try it someday. 🙂
For a delicious and fancy looking party food using sticky rice cakes and bacon, try 떡 베이컨 말이. Just roll and fry the rice cakes with bacon, and then serve these with tasty dipping sauces. I will share 2 different flavors of dipping sauce this time. One is a honey mustard sauce and the other is a sweet and spicy sauce. Christmas is coming; this can be a great appetizer for your Christmas party. Try it someday. 🙂
Yield: 20 Pieces
Hi Everyone, today I will introduce a snack food that kids will love. It is a variation of tteokbokki, using black bean paste instead of a spicy sauce. It is called “jajang tteokbokki” in Korean. Chewy rice cakes, cooked with savory black bean paste and vegetables, taste delicious. If your kids cannot eat normal spicy tteokbokki, this non spicy version can be a great substitute. Try it someday.
Yield: 2 Servings
Hi everyone! A delicious regional food from the Gyeongnam province in Korea is made with Napa cabbage. It is called “baechujeon” in Korean. (I need these parts for my video.. so don’t delete them..) Battered Napa cabbage is fried and eaten with a tasty dipping sauce. It is surprisingly delicious considering how easy it is to make. My husband was happy to find a new favorite food when I made it the other day. 🙂 Try it someday.
Yield: 6 Pieces
I am a potato lover, and this Korean potato salad is one of my favorite potato dishes. The fluffy steamed potatoes with apples, sweet corn, hard boiled eggs, mayonnaise, and a secret ingredient makes very tasty potato salad. Try this someday.
Yield: 1 Quart