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Have you ever had leftover dumpling filling? Recently, I made a large batch of garlic chive dumplings. Those delicious dumplings are now steamed and waiting in the freezer to be eaten later. I feel very satisfied having frozen dumplings on hand, since they are convenient for quick meals later. Anyway, for that batch, I had some leftover filling, and with it, I made this recipe. Maybe you had the same experience before and did not know what to do with it; this is a good solution for that problem. Simply mixing the dumpling filling with a few other ingredients turns into a very tasty snack or appetizer.
Yield: 15 Patties
Triangle kimbap is a very popular food sold in convenience stores in Korea. For people who are too busy to prepare breakfast or lunch, this is a good option. Since the kimbap is wrapped in a disposable plastic package, it is easy to carry and eat wherever or whenever you want. There are many different types available; however, today I will only show you how to make two different types using tuna and kimchi. In a Korean grocery store, you can find the kit for making this triangle kimbap. Why not try making this simple and amazingly delicious kimbap at home? If you have kids, it will be fun to make this together with your children. I cannot wait to make these with my son, Bryson, someday. hehe
Yield: 10 Servings
Yangmyeom tongdak (양념 통닭) must be the most popular snack food in Korea. There are many restaurants that offer free delivery service to your home with no tipping. Many companies deliver their food until midnight, and this fried chicken is always a popular choice in Korea. Whenever people have to be up late into the night watching the Olympics, World Cup, or other big events, the fried chicken restaurants will be very busy. lol This chicken is nicely battered and fried with a slightly sweet and spicy sauce. Try it someday.
Yield: 2-3 Servings
Napa cabbage soybean paste guk is a healthy and delicious daily soup in Korea. Napa cabbage is mainly used for making kimchi in Korean cuisine, but sometimes it is used for soup, side dishes, or as an ingredient in a main dish. When you make kimchi, you might throw away some of the Napa cabbage leaves since they are not fresh or good. You can use those Napa cabbage leaves instead of throwing them out. You can also buy a small Napa cabbage for just this soup. Try this someday.
Yield: 4 Servings