In this quick gochujang seafood pasta, spaghetti noodles are tossed in a spicy red sauce that gets its deep umami and spice from the Korean chili paste and fried garlic. You also get juicy, tender bites of shrimp that give this dish its refreshing seafood taste.
In this easy, 10 minute recipe, thick chewy noodles are tossed in a spicy, garlicky sauce and garnished with fresh Thai basil. Effectively replacing instant ramen, these Korean chili garlic noodles are my new go-to for a quick, late-night snack.
This easy kimchi udon stir fry is packed with intense flavor and umami. Thick and chewy udon noodles are cooked in a simple yet flavorful kimchi sauce. You also get some bites with melted mozzarella to help cut some of that spicy heat. The tobiko caviar unique to this recipe gives this dish wonderful texture and crunch.
Maeuntang is a spicy and hearty Korean stew prepared with fresh fish, vegetables, and tofu. Cooking with a fresh, whole fish creates a velvety, rich soup and refreshing seafood taste.
Bibim guksu is a gluten-free, Korean cold noodle salad tossed in a spicy, sweet, and tangy dressing. The thinly sliced vegetables and kimchi are easy to grab with the chilled buckwheat noodles for some crunchy, fresh bites. I also like to add some mint to make the salad extra light and refreshing for the summer.
This Korean mapo tofu is a simple dish made with tender cubes of tofu simmered in a silky, spicy and savory bean sauce. With each bite, you also get bits of minced pork, crunchy shallots, and green bell peppers. In just 20 minutes you can make a delicious, one-pan meal with deep and bold flavors.