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[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lover's Lane

2015/04/18

Sue and Holly have some delicious, and spicy, recipes for us, Seoul Eats reviews a new restaurant in Gangnum, and Stir-fried Fish Cake anyone?

"Korean Spicy Green Onion Salad"

Sue shares her recipe for Pajeori (파절이), a familiar favourite often found accompanying Korean BBQs, and has beautiful pictures of the process to ensure this finds its way to your table.


...READ ON MY KOREAN KITCHEN: http://mykoreankitchen.com/2015/04/18/korean-spicy-green-onion-salad/

"Grand Opening at Booming G"

In Seoul and looking for something new, something Italian inspired? Seoul Eats recently reviewed the new restaurant "Bomming G" in the New Sidus HQ Tower in Gangnum that might just be your best bet.  

 

...READ ON SEOUL EATS: http://www.seouleats.com/2015/04/grand-opening-at-booming-g.html

 

"Spicy Pork and Squid Stir-Fry"

Pork and squid may seem like an unusual combination, but Holly has a rousing recipe that may just convert any nonbelievers out there. As always, Beyond Kimchi has some stunning pictures to tempt and tease us as well.

 

...READ ON BEYOND KIMCHI: http://www.beyondkimchee.com/spicy-pork-and-squid-stir-fry/

 

"Eomuk Bokkeum (Stir-fried Fish Cake)"

Now, I can't say that processed seafood made with pureed fish is my personal favourite, but this is one of more popular dishes you're likely to find on any given day, and for that it's most definitely worth trying!


...READ ON KOREAN BAPSANG: http://www.koreanbapsang.com/2015/04/eomuk-bokkem-stir-fried-fish-cake.html

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