Dotori-muk Moochim (도토리묵무침): Acorn Jelly Salad

[Korean BBQ & Korean Spicy BBQ]

Bulgogi (불고기): Thinly Sliced Korean Beef BBQ

Galbi (갈비): Korean Short Ribs

LA Galbi (LA 갈비): LA Style Short Ribs

Osam-bulgogi (오삼불고기): Spicy Squid and Pork Belly

Samgyupsal-guyi & Ssamjang (삼겹살 구이 & 쌈장): Roasted Pork Belly & Lettuce Wrap

[Main Dish]

Boochu-japchae & Kkotbbang (부추잡채 & 꽃빵): Asian Chives and Flower Bread

Dakgalbi (닭갈비): Spicy Chicken Galbi

Dubu Kimchee (두부김치): Pork Kimchee Sauté with Tofu

Dueji Galbi Jjim (돼지갈비찜): Spicy Pork Ribs

Galbi-jjim (갈비찜): Korean Braised Short Ribs

Gireum-ttuckbokki (기름떡볶이): Spicy and Mild Fried Rice Cakes

Gungjung-tuckbokki (궁중떡볶이): Royal Rice Cakes

Jeon (애호박전 & 동태전): Korean Fish Cakes and Zucchini Jeon

Kimchi-jeon & Boochu-jeon (김치전 & 부추전): Kimchi Pancakes and Korean Chive Pancakes

Kkongchi-jorim (꽁치조림): Spicy Mackerel Pike

Mom’s Chicken Galbi (엄마 닭갈비)

Ojingau-bokkeum (오징어볶음): Korean Spicy Squid

Ttuckbokki (떡볶이): Spicy Rice Cakes


Bausut, Dashima Gukmul (버섯, 다시마국물): Mushroom, Dashima Broth

Myulchi Yuksoo (멸치육수): Dried Anchovy Broth

Sagol-guk (사골국): Beef Bone Marrow Soup/Broth

[Soups/Stews (국/탕/찌게/전골/국밥)]

Al-tang (알탕): Salted Pollack Roe Soup

Aumuk-tang (어묵탕): Fishcake Soup

Boogau-guk (북어국): Dried Pollack Soup

Chadolbagi-duenjang-jjigae (차돌박이 된장찌개): Soybean Paste Stew with Thinly Sliced Brisket

Duenjang-jjigae (된장찌개): Soybean Paste Stew

Gamja Duejigogi Jjigae (감자돼지고기찌개): Spicy Pork and Potato Stew

Honghap Miyuk-guk (홍합미역국): Seaweed Soup with Mussels

Kkori-gomtang (꼬리곰탕): Oxtail Soup

Kongnamul-guk (콩나물국): Bean Sprout Soup

Kongnamul-gukbap (콩나물국밥): Soybean sprout soup with rice

Kkotgae-tang (꽃게탕): Spicy Blue Crab Soup

Mandu-jeongol (만두전골): Spicy Dumpling Stew

Pork Kimchi Jjigae (돼지고기 김치찌게): Pork Kimchi Soup

Sagol Kimchi-jjigae (사골 김치찌개): Kimchi Stew with Bone Marrow Broth

Sigeumchi Duenjang-guk (시금치 된장국): Spinach Soybean Paste Soup

Sogogi-gukbap (소고기국밥): Spicy Beef Soup with Rice

Sogogi-moo-guk (소고기무국): Beef and Moo Soup

Sogogi Miyuk-guk (소고기 미역국): Beef Seaweed Soup

Soondubu-jjigae (순두부찌게): Spicy Silken Tofu Stew

Ttuckmandu-guk (떡만두국): Rice cake and dumpling soup

Yachae Gangduenjang-jjigae (야채강된장찌개): Vegetable Soybean Paste Stew

Yukgaejang (육개장): Spicy Korean Soup with Shredded Beef

[Noodle Dish & Rice Dish]

Albap (알밥): Stone Bowl Bibimbap with Caviar and Fish Roe

Bajirak-kalguksoo (바지락 칼국수): Korean Noodles in Clam Broth

Bausut Kalguksoo (버섯칼국수): Mushroom Noodle Soup

Dalk-juk (닭죽): Chicken Porridge

Dolsot Bibimbap (돌솥비빔밥): Stone Bowl Bibimbap

Dotorimuk-bap (도토리묵밥): Acorn Jelly Rice Soup

Honghap Miyuk-juk (Porridge with Mussels and Seaweed)

Janchi-guksoo (잔치국수): Banquet Noodle Soup

Japchae (잡채): Sautéed Vermicelli(glass) Noodles

Jat-juk (잣죽): Pine Nut Porrdige

Sagol Guksi (사골국시): Bone Marrow Soup Noodles

Shrimp Garlic Fried Rice (새우마늘볶음밥)

Spicy Udon Soup (매운우동)


Boogau-Bopuragi (삼색 북어보푸라기): 3 Colored Dried Pollack Powder

Jangjorim (장조림)

Kketyip Kimchi (깻잎김치): Perilla Kimchi

Kong-jorim (콩조림): Black Bean Marinated in Soy Sauce

Myulchi-bokkeum (멸치볶음): Sautéed Tiny Dried Anchovies

Myungyi-namul Jangajji (명이나물 장아찌): Korean Ramp Pickle

Ojingau-jutgal-muchim (오징어젓갈무침): Seasoned Salted Squid

Sigumchi, Sukjoo & Mareun-namul (시금치, 숙주나물 & 마른나물): Marinated Spinach, Bean Sprouts & Dried Vegetables

Ttuckbaegi Gyeran-jjim (뚝배기 계란찜): Steamed Egg in Hotpot

[Desserts & Teas]

Baesuk (배숙): Asian Pear & Ginger Tea

Ttuck-gui (떡구이): Fried Rice Cake

Yuja-cha, Saenggang-cha, Mogua-cha (유자차, 생강차, 모과차): Yuzu Tea, Ginger Tea, Quince Tea

6 thoughts on “Recipes

  1. These look like some great recipes, I look forward to trying to some. My question is: do you know any good recipe books that would tell me how to make some of the ingredients? I live in an area that doesn’t have any Asian markets, so things like ttuk or even gochujang are impossible to find still. My local grocery store carries “mild” or “hot kimchi” and the hot is mostly cabbage with a little spice. I’d be willing to put in the time to make rice cake, but I can’t seem to find directions.

    • Dear Rachael,

      Honestly, I haven’t ran across any recipe books that address making Korean ingredients. Making gochujang, for example, involves a complicated timely process that requires a special skill. You might have already tried this but my suggestion is to try to look for an online Asian store that delivers to your place. For example, in the US has most basic Korean ingredients. For rice cakes, the easiest way is try to go online and look for a product called “Mochiko”, which is a powder form of sweet rice that makes easy rice cakes. If it is impossible to find an online store that delivers to your home, you can try making Korean food that doesn’t require special ingredients but use common Asian ingredients found in regular supermarkets such as soy sauce and sesame oil. I hope this helps…

      Thanks again for your question and good luck!

  2. I love the fact that this blog was made. Good work, compiling the traditional recipes.
    For people who have trouble locating an Hmart, either order online, or move on.
    They really are hard to make and substitute,

    The spicy blue crab broth can replace your instant shin ramen. Use green onion, remove the chewy s***, and use plain noodles. Heck, add chicken. Should be cheaper, LONG RUN, when making it multiple times, compared to buying the store stuff.

    But, that’s if you leave out the seafood.

  3. I found a hidden gem! what a lucky day. Thank you so much for making this entertaining and useful blog. I’ll definitely try out some of your recipes. God bless!

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