Kimchi Ramon (Kimchi Mandu = 김치 만두) is one kind of Korean dumpling. Depending on what kind of ingredients you use for the main ingredients such as beef, garlic chives, kimchi, you can make various kinds of Korean dumplings. If you are a vegetarian, use tofu instead of beef for this recipe. If you have any questions, please ask me. *^^*
Yangbaechu Moochim is a simple Korean side dish recipe that I learned from one of my Korean friends in America. When you want to eat Kimchi, but don’t have it, this cabbage side dish can be a substitute. The taste is a little spicy, sour, and sweet. Depending on your tastes, you can add or reduce some of the ingredients such as pepper powder, vinegar, sugar, or salt. Cabbage is a very healthy vegetable; it is reportedly especially good for your stomach. So I want to recommend this easy Korean side dish for you. *^^*
Yield: 1 Quart
Kimchi Ramyeon is one way to cook delicious Korean instant noodles. There are many different kinds of Korean instant noodles in the Korean or Asian store. Most Korean instant noodles have more flavor and they are spicier than American instant noodles. Adding kimchi gives even more flavor and makes it spicier. I love kimchi ramyeon. However, it is not very healthy, so I recommend not eating this delicious food too often. 😉 I know it is not easy to avoid this temptation. hehe … I hope you will try this someday. 😀
Yield: 1 Serving
EoMuk Bbokkeum is a Korean side dish. EoMuk means fish cake and Bokkeum means fried. In the past, most Korean students brought their own lunch box to school everyday since schools didn’t have a cafeteria like they do nowadays. EoMuk bokkeum was a common side dish for our lunch box, and because of that, it brings back memories of my school days. It is also a common side dish for homemade meals. If you like spicy food you can add more red pepper powder. Keep this side dish in the refrigerator and serve it with rice. I hope you enjoy this food. *^^*
Yield: 1 Quart
Korean soy sauce, (called Joseon ganjang=조선간장, in Korean) is a byproduct of the production of doenjang (Korean fermented soybean paste). Joseon ganjang, thin and dark brown in color, is made entirely of soy and brine, and has a saltiness that varies according to the producer. Traditionally in Korea, we have different kinds of soy sauce, depending on the length of the fermentation time. Basically we use 2 types of soy sauce the most. One is normal soy sauce, which is fermented for more than 3 years. The other is soup soy sauce which is fermented for 1 or 2 years. The longer you keep the soy sauce the darker color, and the stronger flavor. Nowadays, many Korean people just buy soy sauce from the store instead of making it at home since it is difficult and time consuming.
Keep in the cabinet.
I highly recommend the Korean brand of soy sauce called