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[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lover's Lane

2015/08/30 | 861 views | Permalink

How to make mini Kimbap to go, Beyond Kimchi combines spicy tofu and bean sprouts, what do Korean Buddhist's eat, exactly?, and CNN lists their seven "super-spicy" Korean dishes.

"Mini Kimbap two ways: carrot & cucumber"

No lunch pack is complete in Korea without a kimbap, or three! There are usually around five ingredients in your typical kimbab (crab being my least favourite), but with the "mini" kimbap things get even simpler...and don't forget to save the leftovers!


"Spicy Tofu and Bean Sprouts"

Tofu may not be everyone's favourite dish, bean sprouts are probably up there too, but perhaps Holly over at Beyond Kimchi can temp us into trying her recipe for a healthy and spicy combination of the two. Holly, as always, has some stunning pictures of the process to help persuade.


"Korean Temple Food and Hobak Mandu"

South Korean cuisine has gone global in last decade, but there is also a quieter, more reflective, part of the culture that doesn't always make to onto mainstream tables. So, what do Korean Buddhist monks eat, exactly?


"Don't say we didn't warn you: 7 super-spicy Korean dishes"

No doubt you've heard just how hot and spicy Korean food can be, but what are some of the hottest around? CNN's Jiyeon Lee ad Sol Han reveal seven mouth-burning dishes that should be reserved for those who can handle the hotness.


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