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.
Char siu kimchi jjigae is easy to prepare for some quick comfort food. The warm spices from the char siu add depth of flavor and nicely complement the kimchi flavor. Together with the tofu and shiitake, this stew is hearty and delicious with just a bowl of steamed rice.
Gochujang char siu is roast pork belly with a unique fusion of Chinese and Korean flavors. It is sticky and sweet from the sugar and honey, smoky from the aromatic Chinese spices, and subtly spicy from the Korean gochujang.
This corn dog is hand-dipped for a unique kimchi topping that pairs perfectly with the frankfurter and savory sweet cornbread coating.