7 Easy-to-Follow Korean Recipes From TikTok You Can Do At Home!
Learn a recipe or two today!
Since the¬†Enhanced Community Quarantine¬†(ECQ) began, we've all become¬†home cooks¬†in our little ways. Most of us have finally learned how to cook classic local snacks like¬†turon,¬†puto, and the like. However,¬†K-drama¬†fans are more curious to learn recipes of their favorite Korean food. But aside from the usual¬†K-BBQ¬†grilling experience, Korean dishes look super complicated to do, especially if you're a novice in the kitchen. Luckily, TikTok is more than just an app where you can dance your heart away!
Here are some easy recipes we found on TikTok that will help you cook your favorite Korean dish step by step!
1. Banana Milk
Let's start with something easy! Banana milk is a crowd favorite and a must-buy every time you visit a Korean grocery store but if you don't have a nearby K-mart, why not make it by yourself?
Before anything else, we should all learn how to make this Korean staple! It's surprisingly easy and you can easily source for the ingredients locally!
3. Kimchi Fried Rice
Great! Now that we've got our¬†kimchi, we can put it to good use. Aside from being a side dish,¬†kimchi¬†can also be a star ingredient by adding it to fried rice. Add some cheese to elevate this super easy dish.
4. Kimchi Jjigae
If you're not in the mood for kimchi fried rice, how about something a little easier on the tummy?¬†Kimchi jjigae¬†is a classic Korean soup and will instantly shoot to the top of your comfort food list!
5. Steamed Egg
Yes, we all can order our¬†samgyupsal¬†needs¬†online, but I'm sure you're also craving that steamed egg side dish that¬†K-BBQ¬†restaurants offer. Now you can finally have that any day of the week!
Everyone remembers the first time they took a bite of this delicious Korean glass noodle dish. Is it hard to recreate? Not at all!
7. Jjapaguri (a.k.a. Ramdon)
I'm pretty sure you've heard of Ramdon for the Oscar-winning film¬†Parasite, and we bet our bottom dollar that you don't need to be an experienced home cook to nail this dish! Don't say we didn't warn you, though. Jjapaguri is incredibly addicting to eat.
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