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The King of Korean Ramyun

The king of Korean Ramyun. You’ll see the ramen cake is in a decent round shape as though Nongshim Shin Ramyun had accepted I was prepared to utilize one of my moment ramen pots to cook it! That was agreeable. You’ll likewise see that these are not your common noodles, but rather more extensive. This assortment is known as Udon. They’re generally somewhat chewier too in moment noodle introduction. There are two parcels incorporated into this bundle: got dried out vegetables and soup base. Good! How about we get it on! I sufficiently utilized water to bring about the UdonRead More

Where’s The Beef?

Ah North Korea. They try so hard but never seem to quite “get it.” While this is certainly the saddest excuse for a hamburger I have ever seen, it certainly must be better than the average citizens meal, such as rock and twig soup, or worse. The country of North Korea might not be too fond of the United States, but that doesn’t stop its citizens from wanting to try American cuisine. Recently, intrepid traveler Bobthewraith posted these sad photos on Reddit that show what counts as a hamburger according to the state-owned, national flag carrier airline of North Korea, Air Koryo.Read More

The Korean Pizza Wars Have Begun, They Have

Pizza isn’t Korean food per se, but the Koreans have certainly put their own spin on it.

Mul Naengmyeon (물 냉면)

Naengmyeon , also transliterated naeng-myeon , Naengmyun and naeng-myun, a popular cold Korean dish. Originally a winter delicacy in North Korea, it has become extremely popular throughout the country during the summer. It consists of several varieties of fine handmade noodles, typically made ​​of flour kudzu (칡 냉면, Chilk naengmyeon ) or buckwheat (메밀 냉면, memil naengmyeon ), although there are also pre-cooked versions with algae and green tea, and they are traditionally served in a large steel bowl with a thick tangy broth, raw julienned cucumber, slices of Korean pear and often boiled egg and/or cold beef. Spicy mustardRead More

Dakdoritang (닭도리탕) Chicken Stew

Dakdoritang (닭도리탕) Korean Chicken Stew

Silkworm Larvae, Peppers and Tuna

No explanation or write up is really necessary. It is what it is. From a popular soju maker website.    

What is Korean food?

Korean food is, as its name implies, the traditional food of Koreans in Korea and abroad. The cuisine is varied, from the dishes of Korean royalty, to those prepared in the cities inside and Seoul, to port cities like Incheon and Busan. Korean food is also consumed in the Chinese northeast. Korean food is often spicy and seasoned with spices having certain legacies of Chinese cuisine and Japanese cuisine, with certain variations. The daily Korean diet is based on rice, vegetables, fish, seafood and dubu tofu in Korean). What is known as “Korean food” dishes are typically served as an accompanimentRead More

Korean Cookbooks

A list of the best Korean cookbooks available.