Best Korean Stew Recipes
Check out these soul comforting authentic Korean stew recipes, such as Doenjang Jjigae, Yukgaejang, dakdoritang and many more, in one place. Create these delicious Korean stews in your own kitchen and share with your loved ones.
Is the weather outside chilling? How about a nice warm bowl of Korean stew?
I have posted numerous Korean stew recipes over the few years and most of them were well loved by many of my blog readers. So here are the top Korean stews that are most popular in my website.
If you are craving for something with full of flavor and soul-satisfying, look no further. Most of them are easy to make and they will keep you warm your body and soul. And you will become a master of authentic Korean stews.
Best Korean stew recipes
And there you have it – best Korean stew recipes that you can enjoy with your loved ones! I hope this recipes brought some inspiration for your Korean cooking adventure. If you have tried any of these recipes, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram or Pinterest. Love to see your creation!
Best Korean Stew Recipes: Korean Spicy Pork Stew with Zucchini
- 1 large zucchini, slice into 1/2 inch sticks
- 1/4 lb pork belly, thinly sliced into strips
- 1 small onion, sliced
- 1-2 tbsp Korean chili paste (gochujang)
- 2 tbsp Korean chili flakes (gochugaru)
- 1 tbsp Korean soup soy sauce (gukganjang)
- 1 tbsp canola or grape seed oil
- 3-4 cup water
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- Korean anchovy sauce , or fish sauce to taste
- 1 jalopeño, sliced, optional
- 1-2 green onion , chopped
- In a small bowl combine Korean chili paste, chili flakes, Korean soup soy sauce; mix well. Add the pork belly slices and toss with seasoning paste.
- Heat oil in a small pot over medium heat. Add the seasoned pork belly and saute for 1 minute. Add the water and onion (water should barely cover everything in a port), and bring it to boil. Lower the heat a little and continue to cook until the onion is soft.
- Add the zucchini sticks, garlic, and continue to cook for 2-3 minutes or until the zucchinis are almost tender.
- Season with anchovy sauce to your desired taste. Add the jalopeño and green onion and let it mingle for 1 minute. Remove the stew from heat and serve hot with rice.
My most favourite is Yukgaejang!!
Lovely post and the pictures are making me hungry! Korean soups and stews really changed my opinion of soups in general as I was never a fan. So I gotta thank the gochugaru especially for being in most of the dishes recipes. Hope you can check and comment on my post about the 3 spicy soups in Korea I love myself: http://nyamwithny.com/spicy-korean-soups/
I really want to try Haejangguk and Seolleongtang one day. Are they any good?
They all look so good but my heart is hankering for the spicy chicken stew. That is one gorgeous food photo.
Happy New Year!
Thanks Maureen. Happy new year to you, too!
OMG they all look so gorgeous. The photos and the whole idea. I so will make one or two of these. happy New Year
Hope you can try it soon. Happy new year!
These look super delicious. I’m not a big fan of the fish soups but I really like the so gogi dwenjang chigae. I eat it all the time. I have never made it… but will try this recipe soon. Thanks
Sogogi doenjang jjigae is my favorite doenjang jjigae, too. It is not so difficult to make. Hope you can try. Thanks!
Holly, these all sound so good. They are especially perfect for the cold weather we have been having! Can’t wait to try the one with chicken!
Thanks, Abbe! The spicy chicken stew is really tasty and everyone who tried loved it.