Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Korean cooking

If anyone is interested in learning how to cook Korean food, I have just the thing for you: Aeri's Kitchen. It's a great Korean cooking blog written by a Korean woman living in the USA.

I've recently been following a lot of her recipe ideas and have been quite impressed with the results. Being married to a Korean man and having lived in Korea for the past 7 years, I have a pretty good idea of how Korean food should look and taste ~ and Aeri's recipes look and taste just right ^.~

If you have the inclination and time, I recommend you try some of her recipes. Some favourites in our house are:
- Beef & Vegetable Juk (rice porridge) (소고기 야채죽)
- Chicken Juk (rice porridge) (닭죽)
- Butter Bean Jeon (pancake) (리마콩 전)
- Kongjaban (black bean side dish) (콩자반)
- Spinach Namul (spinach side dish) (시금치 나물)
- Beef & Radish Guk (soup) (소고기 무국)
Tteok Guk (rice cake soup) (떡국)




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2 comments:

  1. I recently just tried her Spicy Potato Soup and Fried Eggplant - to die for!

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  2. Yes, she has several eggplant dishes we've tried that are quite good! Will have to try the spicy potato soup next ;)

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