Korean Recipes From The Bald Chef

Feasting on Bibimbap, Kimchi and other traditional Korean food

The Bald Chef has some authentic Korean recipes that many people can cook at their home and enjoy. Rice and Kimchi is the main part of every Korean meal. On other occasions, noodles can replace rice. Koreans know how to preserve food for over 2 thousand of years, so most of the side dishes are pickled, fermented, and many side dishes are very spicy. Korean Food is based on soup, barbecued meats, seafood, and vegetables. Banchan is served with many Korean dishes and recipes; I call it service because it is free. Koreans main recipes are based on soup Gok is just soup, and Tang is a soup that is made cooked for more than one person, and is a Jjigae is a stew. Korean recipes can be spicy or just a simple live octopus sushi. Featured in my Korean recipe catalog include such classic dishes as Kimchi, Korean barbecue,Japchae, Gam Ja Tang, Jajangmyun, and Jeyuk Bokkeum here is the complete list:

Here Are Some Of The Bald Chef's Korean Recipes

Bald Chef Time in Korea

The Bald Chef Glen Izett has spent alot of time in Korea from Seoul, Taejon, Kangnung, Teagu, Pusan, and even Cheju. The food of Korea is made up of staples such as rice and cabbage Kimchi. Kimchi is made out of Napa cabbage that is mixed with garlic, red chili powder (Kochujang), salt, green onions, and ginger then fermented. Koreans love to eat many different types of meats that are barbequed such as Bulgogi, Galbi, and spicy marinated pork (Daeji Bulgogi) Properly some of the most popular of Korean dishes is there soups and stews such as Maeuntang a hot spicy fish soup, Mandooguk is not spicy and is made with Korean dumplings filled with pork, vegetables, and sometimes kimchi, and my favorite spicy pork stew with potatoes Gam ja tang 감자탕 . Korean food also includes Bi bim bop which is a dish cooked with, beef, seafood, vegetables or pork served on rice. Korean food is hot and spicy. When eating Korean food it is most often eaten with Korea soju, Soju is the best known rice and sweet potato alcohol wine from Korea.

Banchan 반찬 Are Korean Side Dishes

Traditionally, Banchan 반찬 are little side foods served with the the main course be it Korean soup, barbecued meats, seafood, or fish.Banchan 반찬 can be Kimchi, Jap Chae (잡채), Kong-na-mul Seasoned Soybean Sprouts 콩나물, Doo-boo Jo-rim Braised Tofu 두부조림, and Kkak-du-gi Diced Radish Kimchi 깍두기. These are just some of what I call free food, served with the Korean main dish.

Korean Ginseng Recipes

Korean ginseng is some of the finest ginseng grown in the World. Korean ginseng grown in red and white forms. Korean ginseng is one of the popular herbs in the world. Korean ginseng is stronger and said to be more stimulating than white Korean ginseng. People in Korea use ginseng for medical, soups, and energy drinks. Some of the best Korean recipes using ginseng include Ginseng chicken soup (samgyetang), and Jjim Dak. Jjim Dak is a very popular Korean recipe using ginseng and chicken.

Common Korean Words For Types Of Food

Common Korean Words For Types Of Food

Namul – Korean vegetables or salads

Guk or Tang Korean for soup or stew

Pab is the Korean word for rice.

Pajon Korean scallion pancake.

Pulkogi barbecued thin-cut Korean beef strips.

Kalbi Jim Korean braised beef short ribs.

Mandoo Korean dumplings filled with meats or vegetables.

Samgyae Tang Korean-style chicken filled with rice and ginseng root.

Chapchae – Korean thin sweet potato noodles with pork and vegetables.

Saengsongui Korean-style barbecued fish.

Tubu Korean word for tofu.

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