You're probably familiar with bulgogi and bibimbap, but what about other Korean-inspired recipes? We've included the classics, along with some new ways to cook Korean at home.
These spicy Korean barbecue chicken sliders with Asian slaw and kimchi sauce are a fusion of America's love for sliders and Korean's love for spice and kimchi.
This grilled cheese sandwich with kimchi and apples is layered with the spice of the kimchi, the crunch and sweetness of the apples and the melted cheese that binds it all together.
Try this Korean style barbecued flank steak at your next barbecue and impress your guests with the unique flavors.
Korean fried chicken, one of the best types of fried chicken in the world right now, is delicately crispy and oh so flavorful.
Sometimes, you want something filling but not too heavy and that's where these Korean pork roast lettuce wraps and ginger scallion sauce come in.
The classic bibimbap, which translates to "mixed rice," is revamped in this vegetarian bibimbap with crispy tofu and quinoa — perfect for when your vegetarian guests are looking for a flavorful dinner option.
Take the classic steamed pork bun but stuff it with fermented deliciousness, kimchi, and you've got steamed kimchi buns. Perfect as an appetizer to your Korean meal.
Need a sweet but savory side dish? Try this maple-miso glazed squash, perfect pairing to aromatic rice.
What do you get when you put together America's favorite comfort food and mix it with Korean spices and sauces? Korean macaroni and cheese, a classic with a spicy kick.
If you've never made the traditional bibimbap, this dolsot bibimbap by Savory Simple will hit the spot for having all the classic add-ins.
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