Tteokbokki is a popular Korean street food dish made with chewy rice cakes, savory rice cakes, and assorted vegetables in a spicy Korean chili sauce. This simple recipe is guaranteed to satisfy your late night, savory cravings.
Guksu jungeol is a Korean noodle hotpot dish prepared with thinly sliced beef, mushrooms, and vegetables in a spicy and umami-rich broth. The perilla leaves add a distinct, herby flavor that beautifully complements the savory soup, beef, and meaty mushrooms. You can also end the meal with an equally delicious rice porridge that is made using the remaining soup.
Mille Feuille Nabe is a popular Japanese hot pot made with plenty of napa cabbage, thinly sliced meat, and perilla leaves in a warm, umami-rich dashi broth. You can also add noodles at the end for some delicious noodle soup.
Bulgogi jungol is a Korean hot pot prepared with beef bulgogi and a variety of vegetables in a savory and slightly sweet dashima-based broth. It is a cozy meal that is perfect to share with friends and family during the chillier fall and winter months.
In this dish, bite-sized pieces of savory and spicy chicken are stir-fried with cabbage, sweet potato, and other vegetables. Leftovers can also be used to make some quick and delicious fried rice.
This simple lemongrass roast chicken is juicy and tender with subtle Asian flavors and citrus notes. Ready made with a bed of roasted veggies, you don’t have to worry about making an extra side dish!