Category Archives: Korean Cuisine

Dakgangjeong (Sweet Crispy Chicken)

Introduction: I have included plump chicken feet into this dish and added a new level of preparing these phoenix claws, surprisingly its just yummy. Ingredients: 4 pieces large chicken wings (cut into two sections) 6 pieces plump chicken feet (cleaned … Continue reading

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Air Fried Gochujang Pork Belly Slices

Introduction: Jeyuk Bokkeum is one  my family favourite  Korean meat dish. In Korean “Jeyuk” means “pork” and “Bokkeum” means “Stir fry” Instead of using the store bought Spicy Chilli Pepper Paste aka GoChujang, I made my own marinade with the spiciness … Continue reading

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Sautéed King Oyster Mushrooms aka Winter Mushrooms

Introduction: My first taste of these Winter Mushrooms aka King Oyster Mushrooms was served at Hansang Korean Family Restaurant. Impressed with the yummy flavour and the simple way of preparing it has become one of our family banchan. Use a … Continue reading

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Radish Pickles

Introduction: Pickles are great accompaniment to meat or even seafood adding acidity and a little sweetness. They are great alongside fatty meats such as Sio Bak. Method: Click on how to prepare Radish Pickles https://flofoodventure.wordpress.com/2013/11/17/mu-saengchae-aka-spicy-shredded-radish/ Here are two examples on how … Continue reading

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Simplified Samgyupsal (Korean Grilled Pork Belly)

Ingredients: A packet of Shabu Shabu Pork Slices A tablespoon of mirin A packet of Crunch Batavia Imperial Lettuces Home made chilli sauce or any store bought BBQ sauce Method: Marinade the pork slices with mirin and leave it to … Continue reading

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Quick Method of Preparing Korean Galbi

Introduction: Since I was not able to get the beef short ribs for this dish, I have opted for tenderloin beef and the result is just as good. Galbi is a Korean cuisine that are made with marinated beef in … Continue reading

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Miyeok Guk Seaweed As Appetizer

Introduction: Seaweed has several important biological activities or applications in biomedicine. Seaweed is also a known source of iodine, an element necessary for thyroid function with deficiencies leading to goitre. It has been asserted that seaweeds may have curative properties … Continue reading

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