This classic gimbap is prepared with lightly seasoned vegetables, tangy pickled daikon, fluffy eggs, and savory ham. The Korean seaweed rice rolls are packed with flavor and texture, and are great as on-the-go meals. It’s also a delicious and different way to use up some of that leftover holiday ham.
Radish Kimchi Fried Rice is a quick and easy way to use up some leftover white rice and radish kimchi. It’s an umami-packed, vegan fried rice that gets its texture and spice from the crunchy and juicy radish kimchi.
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.
These spicy bacon-wrapped dates are packed with flavor and simple to make. The chive and goat cheese filling helps to balance out some of that heat from the gochujang glaze, and the walnut center gives it earthy flavor and bite. This fun appetizer is ready to impress your guests in presentation and taste.
These fluffy, quick red bean buns are ready in just 20 minutes. Thankfully, the dough does not have to proof an hour as required by most other recipes, and you can go straight from bun assembly to steaming. It’s a simple and delightful treat, with just a dollop of delicately sweet red bean paste in the fluffiest, buttery bun.