This easy dak kalguksu is a warm Korean noodle soup prepared in a light chicken-based broth with hearty vegetables and chewy, flat noodles. Its mild and clean flavor tastes even better with a side of crunchy, fresh kimchi.
This tom yum chicken noodle soup is great if you’re looking for some quick and easy comfort food. Imagine chicken noodle soup with some tang, extra umami, and fragrant notes of lemongrass. There’s also minimal clean up with this convenient, one-pot recipe.
Nurungji Dakjuk is a Korean chicken porridge made with scorched rice. This comfort food is convenient to make on a whim and great for when you’re feeling under the weather. The scorched rice in this original recipe cuts down prep time and adds a wonderful toasted flavor.
Dakdoritang is a Korean braised chicken dish cooked with vegetables and glass noodles in a spicy gochujang sauce. With this easy, one-pot recipe you get bold flavors, soft and hearty root vegetables, and tender chicken. It’s a perfect meal to have with just a bowl of steamed rice.
Chicken katsudon is a warm rice bowl served with chicken katsu, eggs, and onions that are cooked in a sweet and savory sauce. It is quick and easy to make with some leftover katsu.
This easy oven-baked chicken katsu recipe is a healthier alternative to the original deep-fry method for Japanese katsu. Thankfully, you still get that juicy, tender meat inside and crispy outside.