Also known as Kimchi Jjigae (or 김치찌개 in Korea), Kimchi Stew should not be mistaken for Kimchi Soup, as the former is thicker and more flavourful! It’s such a popular staple in Korea that it can be eaten simply with a bowl of rice.
Also commonly known as Galbijjim, this recipe stands for braised beef short ribs.
We often ask what makes Korean Fried Chicken so good! The secret is double frying! Double frying makes the chicken extra crispy and even after you coat it with the delicious sauce, it is still able to stay crispy for a good amount of time. For our take on the ultimate korean fried chicken, we […]
This dish has become an online sensation after the award winning movie Parasite and when we first tasted it we could understand why! Even without the steak, the mixture of the two instant noodles tasted so good! Jjapaguri was created long before the movie, it is essentially Chapagetti which is something like jajangmyeon combined with […]
Saba fish (also known as mackerel!) are great for grilling or pan frying as they have a good amount of fat content. The fillets cook until the skin turn crispy and are normally placed over a bed of sliced onions on a hot plate to sizzle in the sweet and savory garlic soy sauce. When […]
Our mouthwatering Pan-fried Tofu with Korean sauce is astonishingly easy to make, is chock full of flavour yet barely registers on the calorie count – just in time to rescue you from those festive indulgences!
Full of crunchy sauteed vegetables, savoury minced beef and spicy red bibimbap paste, this signature Korean dish is your one stop source for an exciting assortment of colors, flavours and textures!
The ever humble potato is found in food all over the world and of course, there are countless variations of potato pancakes that are made and served differently by respective cultures. So, what makes the gamjajeon (Korean potato pancake) stand out from the other potato pancakes?
No one will stop at just one bite with this crispy seafood pancake accompanied by a delightful savoury and tangy soy dip! According to the Koreans, savoury pancakes are THE comfort food that should be eaten during rainy days and that seafood pancakes are also best paired off with ‘makgeolli’ (milky rice liquor).
Kimchi – whether it is homemade or store bought, this ubiquitous Korean banchan (side dish) packs a rich, flavourful punch with every bite. It is generally recognised as a spicy fermented cabbage dish, but did you know that there are currently over two hundred variations of kimchi? And the list of kimchi types is still expanding by classification of ingredients, seasons and regions! Although it is traditionally served alongside dishes, kimchi is also often featured as a main ingredient in Korean fare from stews to fried rice and even pancakes.