[ karae kimchi jeon ]
If you are a kimchi fan, I am sure you have tried kimchi pancakes already.
The recipe itself is pretty much no brainier kind. It is simple delicious savory pancakes to enjoy as an appetizer or snack. You can find many recipes floating in online and they are all pretty similar; Kimchi + pancake mix or flour mixed in water.
[ yeondubu dalgyal jjim ]
Haven’t had enough tofu in your life?
Here is another soft tofu recipe that you might like.
I mixed with eggs and pour some chicken stock and turn them into savory custard-like pudding dish that you can serve warm. This Tofu and Egg Pudding is a protein packed winter comfort food, and the good news? You can make this in your microwave.
I often receive email messages from my readers regarding kimchi recipes.
I have posted several cabbage kimchi recipes with different approaches. The most authentic way of making winter cabbage kimchi, spring cabbage kimchi, easy and simple method kimchi, and the fastest 30 miniute kimchi are some of them. They all use napa cabbages that we can find very easily in many stores these days. Of course there are non-cabbage kimchi recipes posted on my site as well.
Kimchi is closed to a vegetarian dish since there is no meat involved, but it uses a little fish (anchovy) sauce to bring the flavor. Therefore it is NOT a vegan.
Ham and Cheese! The staple items in everyone’s kitchen across the nation. I bet you have a packet or two sitting in your fridge now, don’t you?
Thanksgiving is coming near and everyone will be busy getting ready for the holiday season soon after. So here is Ham and Cheese Pastry Puffs that can be put together quickly to impress your house guests (if they are visiting) in the morning.
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When my daughter was about 5 years old, she suddenly refused to eat mushrooms.
I blame it all to my husband for calling them “fungus” over a dinner table one day. “Look what we got. Fungus for dinner!” I was serving some mushrooms on the side. He was not (and still is not) a mushroom guy. Ever since then my daughter tattooed the idea ‘mushroom = fungus = gross’ in her brain for the next 7 years.