Steam some skate at home with the Korea Herald and Korea Bapsang, My Korean Kitchen puts together a delicious sweet and sour pork dish, Kimchimari gets spoilt for choice at a Korean breakfast buffet, and discover the wonderful world of Korea's temple foods.
"[Home Cooking] Hongeojjim (Steamed skate)"
Did you know the Korea Herald regularly posts recipes on their website in English? In this post in their "Home Cooking" series (mirrored on Korean Bapsang), you can learn how to make hongeojjim (steamed skate), a "delicate, firm fish has a mild, sweet taste and a unique texture". Jump right in!
...READ ON THE KOREA HERALD
"TANGSUYUK (KOREAN SWEET AND SOUR PORK)"
Tangsuyuk is the latest recipe you can try out at home thanks to Sue and My Korea Kitchen. Sue is an author, cook, and photographer who regularly updates her website with wonderful dishes aimed at introducing folks to the incredible world of Korean cuisine. Here's what Sue has to say about this popular Korean-Chinese dish: "It is crispy deep fried pork coated with sweet and sour sauce. The pork is crunchy and the sauce is irresistible!" As always, there are crisp and colourful photographs of Sue's marvellous creations, and a recipe card if everything goes well...
...READ ON MY KOREAN KITCHEN
"Korean Breakfast Buffet at Pangyo, Korea"
Jin Joo shares her love for the most important meal of the day by giving her readers some tips on how to enjoy, and what to expect at, a Korea-style breakfast buffet. "I don't know about you", writes Jin Joo, "but I love and don't love a breakfast buffet. I love breakfast buffets because of all the different varieties of foods you can have". Rice porridge, seaweed chips, sesame cookies, sweet rice cakes and more delights await!
...READ ON KIMCHIMARI
"KOREA'S TEMPLE FOOD"
Anjana Vaswani explores Korea's temple food and its history in this insightful article for Mumbai Mirror. Temple food, says Anjana, is "a monastic diet, designed to nourish both body and soul. The cuisine is rooted in the country's religious history". Anjana opens her article with a nice reference to Han Kang's award-winning novel "Vegetarian"...
...READ ON MUMBAI MIRROR
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