Haejanggguk Hangover Stew

Haejang-guk or hangover soup refers soup eaten as a hangover cure in Korean cuisine. It means "soup to chase a hangover" and is also called sulguk. It usually consists of dried Napa cabbage,...

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Dakgangjeong Korean Spicy Chicken

Make this spicy Korean chicken dish at home instead of ordering a takeaway. The results are amazing spicy and sticky finger dish

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Making Kimchi

This Korean classic is made by fermenting cabbage and carrots in a tangy, spicy sauce. This recipe is a quick Kimchi for this speedy version for a tasty side dish to compliment with your main meal.

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Kimchi pa-jeon Korean Pancake

This Korean spring onion pancake (pa jun) recipe is easy to make and is always a winner. It works as a hearty snack, a canape, or a side dish for your meal.

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Japchae 잡채 Stir-fried Glass Noodles and Vegetables

Japchae is a mixed vegetable dish first invented in the 17th century.  Highlight of the dish is glass noodles, which is made from sweet potatoes, along with colourful vegetables and well...

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