If you are looking for some easy and authentic Korean recipes all in one place, enjoy this collection of simple crowd-pleasers. Create these delicious Korean recipes in your own kitchen and enjoy a feast with your loved ones. That’s what Korean food is all about.

28 best Korean recipes are collected as a rounup.

This collection of some of my best Korean recipes are the most popular recipes among my readers. They are easily adaptable with easy-to-find ingredients.

Korean food is becoming more and more popular these days – thanks to all the wonderful K-pop and K-drama influence around the world!

All the recipes in this recipe round-up have step-by-step instructions. Some have tutorial videos to help you understand the whole cooking process. I hope these instructions will help you to create your own homemade Korean food.

Looking for Korean side dish (banchan) recipes? Try my easy and quick Korean side dish recipes. These banchan will accompany your main dishes perfectly.

28+ Easy & Authentic Korean Recipes

Korean chicken bulgogi, dak bulgogi, made with gochujang
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Chicken Bulgogi (Korean BBQ Chicken)

Chicken bulgogi is an easy and quick Korean BBQ chicken to prepare on a busy weeknight. You can grill this slightly sweet and savory chicken dish, broil it in the oven, or pan-fry it.
Japchae is Korean glass noodle stir-fry with beef and vegetables
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Easy Japchae Recipe (Korean Glass Noodles)

Make classic Korean glass noodles, japchae, with this easy recipe. Korean glass noodles (Dangmyeon) are made from sweet potato starch, and this recipe is gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian adaptable
Crispy Korean chicken nuggets are tossed in a sticky glaze with a pair of spoon.
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Dakgangjeong (Crispy Korean Chicken Nuggets)

Dakgangjeong is a crispy Korean chicken coated with a sticky, tangy, sweet, and spicy sauce. Chicken thigh pieces are deep-fried twice and glazed with a dakgangjeong sauce made with gochujang and chili sauce
Bossam (Korena pork belly wraps) are arrange in a platter to serve
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Best Bossam Recipe (Korean Pork Belly Wraps)

Korean Bossam (pork belly wraps) involves slow cooking pork belly and serving it wrapped in napa cabbage leaves with side dishes. It’s a healthy and delicious meal.
Thin slices of Korean beef bulgogi is cooked to perfection and tender.
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Beef Bulgogi (Korean BBQ Beef)

Bulgogi is a classic Korean BBQ beef made with a flavorful marinade. This authentic beef bulgogi recipe cooks fast and so tender and juicy. No oil is needed to cook. It's the best!
Hot boiling doenjang jjigae in a stone pot is a served with rice and kimchi
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Classic Doenjang Jjigae (Korean Soybean Paste Stew)

This classic homemade doenjang jjigae recipe uses Korean soybean paste to create a deeply flavorful stew accented with tofu and fresh vegetables. It’s easy to prepare, and ready in 25 minutes or less.
Spicy Korean pork stir-fry is served with rice and lettuce.
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Spicy Pork Bulgogi (Jeyuk Bokkeum)

Pork bulgogi is a Korean spicy pork stir fried with a spicy gochujang sauce. This Korean pork recipe is easy and quick to prepare in just 20 minutes.
Kimbap (Gimbap) is Korean seaweed rice rolls
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Kimbap (Korean Seaweed Rice Roll)

Kimbap is Korean seaweed rice roll including rice, vegetables, and seaweed. This recipe makes beautiful Korean kimbap easily. It serves as a perfect finger food.
Spicy Korean chicken stir-fry with rice cake and vegetables are cooked in a large skillet.
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Spicy Korean Chicken Stir-Fry (Dakgalbi )

Dakgalbi is a popular Korean chicken stir-fry made with chicken thigh, cabbage, rice cake, and sweet potato in a gochujang based spicy sauce. The city of Chuncheon is famous for this Korean spicy chicken recipe
A bowl of Korean bibimbap is on a wooden tray with gochujang sauce on the side
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Bibimbap (Korean rice bowl with beef and vegetable)

The colorful display of vegetables makes this world famous Korean bibimbap a wholesome and healthy meal. This bibimbap recipe can become vegetarian or vegan if you omit the beef and egg.

Korean army stew (Budae Jjigae)
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Iconic Korean Army Stew (Budae Jjigae)

Korean army stew, known as Budae Jjigae, is Korean-American fusion dish. It's made with canned processed meats such as Spam, but with the Korean flavor of kimchi and instant ramen noodles.
Korean fried chicken is best served with cold drinks or beer (Chimaek).
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Best Korean Fried Chicken Recipe (Chimaek)

This Korean fried chicken recipe makes crispy and crunchy party wings. Coated with a slightly spicy and sweet gochujang sauce, they make a perfect game night food. Serve with your favorite cold beverage.
Cabbage kimchi (Mak-kimchi) is fermenting in two glass jars
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Easy Kimchi Recipe for Beginners

This kimchi recipe is a beginner’s guide and makes traditional Korean kimchi easily. You can enjoy the healthy benefit of homemade kimchi with this cabbage kimchi recipe.
Spicy Korean Chicken Stew is simmered with carrots and potatoes.
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Spicy Korean Chicken Stew (Dakdoritang)

Spicy Korean chicken stew (dakdoritang) is the epitome of spicy chicken. Chicken and vegetables are simmered in gochujang sauce and sea kelp stock.

Honey glazed Korean beef patties are garnished with minced pine nuts are served with rice and kimchi on the side.
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Easy Korean Beef Patties (Tteokgalbi)

Celebrate a special occasion or holiday with Korean beef patties (Tteokgalbi). The patties are conveniently broiled in an oven, then brushed with soy honey glaze.
Korean sweet pancake has cinnamon brown sugar syrup inside.
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Hotteok Recipe (Korean Sweet Pancake)

Hotteok (Korean sweet pancake) is light and chewy fried yeast dough filled with cinnamon brown sugar syrup. With this recipe, you can easily make a must-try Korean sweet snack at home.
A bowl of yukgaejang is placed on a yellow napkin and served with rice and Korean utensils.
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Korean Spicy Beef Vegetable Soup (Yukgaejang)

This authentic homemade recipe for Yukgaejang (spicy Korean beef vegetable soup) is deeply flavorful and comforting. I’ve included step-by-step photos and my top tips for making this satisfyingly spicy beef stew at home in your own kitchen.
Mandu (Korean dumplings) is a traditional Lunar New Year dish in Korea
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Mandu (Korean Dumplings)

Learn how to make delicious homemade mandu (Korean dumplings) from scratch with these step-by-step instructions. Filled with pork, cabbage, chives, and Korean sweet potato noodles, these mandu couldn't be more delicious. Recipe makes 40 large dumplings.
Korean Braised Beef Short Ribs (Galbijjim)
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Korean Braised Beef Short Ribs (Galbi-Jjim)

Well prepared Korean braised short ribs are so tender, they will fall-off the bone. But the secret is in the slightly sweet and savory sauce. This will become your family's favorite dish.
Spicy Korean rice cakes (tteokbokki) is made with gochujang and served on a platter with toothpicks.
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Street Tteokbokki Recipe (Spicy Korean Rice Cake)

Tteokbooki is a spicy Korean rice cake dish and it is a quintessential Korean street food. This recipe will make sweet, spicy, and chewy rice cakes with easy homemade tteokbokki sauce.
LA galbi, Korean bbq ribs
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LA Galbi (Korean BBQ Ribs)

LA galbi is exquisite Korean bbq ribs originated from Korean immigrants in L.A. With the two step marinating, you will taste the most succulent Korean bbq ribs.
Bacon Kimchi Fried Rice is topped with a fried egg and seaweed.
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Bacon Kimchi Fried Rice (Kimchi Bokkeumbap)

Is your kimchi getting sour? Turn it into a satisfying kimchi fried rice with crisp bacon pieces. A hint of gochujang and the sour kimchi juice make this Korean classic even more delicious.
Korean soondubu jjigae with clam and shrimp is served with rice
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Traditional Korean Soft Tofu Stew (Soondubu Jjigae)

Traditional soondubu jjigae is made with fresh soon tofu, kimchi, and seafood. This popular spicy Korean soft tofu stew is quick and easy to fix within 30 minutes. Use any seafood of your choice.
Kitchen tongs are picking up a bulgogi piece with noodles from the simmering hot pot on the portable burner.
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Korean Beef Bulgogi Hot Pot (Bulgogi Jeongol)

Bulgogi hot pot is a Korean beef hot pot dish with marinated bulgogi meat, a variety of vegetables, and glass noodles in a savory and slightly sweet broth. It is a perfect dish to share with family and friends.
A pot of kimchi jjigae made with pork and tofu is served with rice and roasted seaweed.
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Kimchi Jjigae (Kimchi Stew with Pork)

Kimchi jjigae made with fatty pork makes a rich tasting kimchi stew. Use overly fermented cabbage kimchi for the best result.
Red bean patbingsu is a cool summer dessert in Korea.
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Homemade Patbingsu (Korean Shaved Milky Ice)

You can make classic Korean shaved ice (patbingsu) easily at home. My recipe combines milky shaved ice with red beans, rice cakes and a drizzle of sweet condensed milk for an authentic and delicious Korean dessert. No shaving machine required; step by step instructions included
This steaming hot volcanic Korean egg is cooked in a stone pot.
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Korean Steamed Egg (Gyeran-Jjim)

Korean steamed egg (gyeran-jjim) is a savory egg side dish. Beaten eggs are mixed with chicken stock, and simmered in a stone pot creating fluffy custard egg. It's a true comfort food and fun to prepare at home.

Korean noodles with beef sauce and cucumber
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Korean Noodles with Beef Sauce

Top your Korean vermicelli noodles with an uncomplicated beef sauce. Simple and perfect, especially on warm days.

And there you have it – 28+ easy & authentic Korean Recipes that you can enjoy with your loved ones! I hope this list brought you some inspiration for your Korean cooking adventure.

28 best Korean recipes are collected as a rounup.

28+ Easy and Authentic Korean Recipes: Chicken Bulgogi

Chicken bulgogi is an easy and quick Korean chicken BBQ to prepare on a busy weeknight. You can grill, broil in the oven, or pan-fry. Plus, 28+ more delicious and authentic Korean recipes to prepare and enjoy at home.
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Ingredients

Equipment

Instructions 

  • Out a piece of plastic wrap over chicken thighs and pound with a meat hammer to stretch and tenderize; set aside.
  • In a large mixing bowl, mix together gochujang, gochugaru (if using), soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, ginger, rice wine, sesame oil, and pepper. Add the chicken thighs and toss together to coat evenly. Let the chicken rest on a room temperature for 15 minutes.
  • Preheat the oven to broil; place an oven shelving to 5-6 inch below the heat source. Grease a cooling rack with a spray oil and place on top of a large baking pan (half sheet size) lined with foil.
  • Spread the chicken pieces on the rack without overlapping. Broil 4-5 minute or until the surface is slightly charred. Turn the chicken to the other side and broil for another 4-5 minutes or until the chicken is fully cooked. Keep an eye on the chicken so that you don't char them too much.
  • Cut the chicken thighs into a bite size chunks and place in a serving dish. Garnish with thinly sliced perilla leaves and toasted sesame seeds. Serve hot with rice.
Calories: 633kcal, Carbohydrates: 21g, Protein: 39g, Fat: 44g, Saturated Fat: 11g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 11g, Monounsaturated Fat: 18g, Trans Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 221mg, Sodium: 607mg, Potassium: 630mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 13g, Vitamin A: 1001IU, Vitamin C: 4mg, Calcium: 72mg, Iron: 3mg
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