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Instant Spicy Korean Cold Noodles (Bibim Naengmyeon)

<i>How to make instant spicy Korean cold noodles!</i><p>A few weeks ago I promised my sister that I will make her Bibim Naengmyeon (Spicy Korean Cold Noodles, …

Korean Fried Chicken and Kimchee Scallion Waffles

<b>Fusing flavors is a delicious way to enjoy two cuisines in one mouthful. Try maple syrup Korean baked chicken with Belgian waffles spiked with</b> …

10 Korean Recipes to Make for Dinner Tonight

Korean cuisine is so hot right now — literally! For those of you out there who enjoy keeping things spicy, you’ll LOVE this collection of 10 essential dishes. Enjoy these recipes for everything from DIY condiments to delicious rice bowls!<p>1. Korean Fried Chicken: Crisp and juicy, this twice-fried …

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Bo Ssam with Ssam Sauce and Garlic-Scallion Sauce

Okay, let us back up.<p>We first read about this dish back in January 2012 in <i>The New York Times</i> Sunday magazine. It's a recipe from Korean chef and …

King-size kimchi dumplings (Kimchi-Wangmandu: 김치왕만두)

Kimchi Fried Rice + Refreshing Licuado

<i>We're celebrating Meatless Mondays with balanced, delicious meal plans. We hope you'll join us -- whether you're vegetarian all the time or just here and there.</i><p><i>Today: Complement a spicy rice dish with a cold drink that will remind you of summer (even as you head into fall).</i><p>If you have several cups …

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How to Make Korean Stir-Fried Pork With Chili Marinade and Kimchi (Jaeyook Kimchi Bokum)

As I recently mentioned in my piece on cold Korean noodle soup, I may eat more Korean food than any other single cuisine (though now that I live in Jackson Heights, Mexican, and cemitas specifically, are threatening to overtake it). Not only do I love and crave it, but I also find myself a block …