Spicy Tofu and Bean Sprouts

Spicy Tofu and Bean Sprouts

If you have a block of tofu and a package of bean sprouts, here is one dish you should try. This spicy tofu and bean sprouts are quite tasty and satisfying.

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Use firm tofu for this recipe. Cut them into 1/2-inch squares, press with paper towel to absorb some moisture.

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Fry them in a little oil, about 4-5 minutes on each side.

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Multi-Purpose Soy Sauce

Mr. Baek’s Multi-Purpose Soy Sauce

So everyone in Korea these days is talking about one TV celebrity cook named Mr. Baek. He has his own cook show where he introduces easy Korean recipes that can imitate the taste of restaurant style Korean food at home. Some people adores his recipe, and some don't. I only watched a few episodes ...

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Beef and Bean Sprout Soybean Paste Stew

I brought a jar of Korean soybean Paste when I came back to Buenos Aires from my summer trip in U.S. It smelled quite stinky, which means wonderful taste when it is made into a stew. I had some soybean sprouts, so I made beef and bean sprout soybean paste stew (소고기 된장찌개, sogogi doenjang Jjigae). ...

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Plum Cake

Plum Cake

Summer plums are so great, aren't they? I can eat a dozen in one sitting as long as they are sweet and juicy. Out of all kinds of plums, I like Italian prune plums. They are perfect to bake with. Here is one recipe that I really love. It is a plum cake made with those Italian plums. The original ...

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Green Cabbage Kimchi

Green Cabbage Kimchi

I spent nearly one month in U.S and came back home in Buenos Aires just a few days ago. Summer fun was gone and the cold winter was waiting in the southern hemisphere. After a long journey, I was craving my comfort food. Yes, Korean food! The first dish I planned to make was my ordinary everyday ...

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Avocado Cilantro Pesto Sauce

Avocado Cilantro Pesto Sauce

I used to hate avocados. I didn't understand why some people were crazy about them. I almost threw up when I first tasted them. They were mushy and couldn't stand the raw flavor.  The same goes to the cilantro as well. The fragrance was too strong, that I felt like it overpowered the entire ...

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Steamed Chillies

Steamed Chilies

There are many different Korean side dishes made with seasonal summer produces. Out of all those, these steamed chilies are one of my favorites. My mother used to make this quite often when there were a bounty of these little wrinkled chilies available in a local market. I could literally empty a ...

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Egg and vegetable Frittata

Egg and Vegetable Frittata, my way

My family is quite picky on eggs. Each one has their preference on how their egg should be. My husband likes his scrambled eggs somewhat dry. He hates runny scrambled eggs. My son doesn't care for scrambled eggs but loves sunny side up eggs. My daughter prefers egg whites since she entered high ...

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Spicy Tuna and Potato Stew

Spicy Tuna and Potato Stew

I had been extremely busy these past few weeks. Sometimes life throws you something that you don't want to catch. This time it has to do with moving. I had to move to another house in Buenos Aires. To make the long story short, the moving went well and everything is in the right place now. I had ...

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