KOREAN FOOD

Korean-Style Fried Chicken with Soy-Garlic Glaze

No need to get in line or call delivery for this beloved Korean-style fried chicken—you can easily make it yourself!
No need to get in line or call delivery for this beloved Korean-style fried chicken—you can easily make it yourself! ...

Kimbap

What makes the Korean kimbap different from the Japanese maki? The rice is mixed with sesame oil instead of sushi vinegar. Try making it at home!
What makes the Korean kimbap different from the Japanese maki? The rice is mixed with sesame oil instead of sushi vinegar. Try making it at home! ...

Korean Beef Rice Topping

Get Korean flavors with this easy beef recipe.
Get Korean flavors with this easy beef recipe. ...

Bibimbap

This dish is tasty, vibrant, and loaded with a much-needed dose of vegetables!
This dish is tasty, vibrant, and loaded with a much-needed dose of vegetables! ...

Beef Bulgogi Recipe

One of the most popular Korean dishes, bulgogi is best served with rice and wrapped in lettuce leaves. Pair it with some kimchi and you’re good to go.
One of the most popular Korean dishes, bulgogi is best served with rice and wrapped in lettuce leaves. Pair it with some kimchi and you’re good to go. ...

Korean Pork Stir-fry Recipe

With gochujang, gochugaru, and kimchi in the mix, this dish packs a lot of heat.
With gochujang, gochugaru, and kimchi in the mix, this stir-fry dish packs a lot of heat. Feel free to tweak the amount that you’ll put in, especially if you’re feeding kids. ...

Meaty Dumplings (Korean Mandu) Recipe

This Korean dumpling is best served with a dipping sauce of soy sauce, vinegar, and chili.
Bring on the heat with kimchi-filled mandu! This Korean dumpling is best served with a dipping sauce of soy sauce, vinegar, and chili. ...

Breakfast Bibimbap Recipe

This breakfast bowl has all your favorites!
Korea’s bibimbap is a perfect breakfast bowl—it’s easy to prepare and can be tweaked in so many ways. The combination of the spicy bacon, crunchy vegetables, and runny egg is just perfect! It really is a complete meal in a bowl. Add ...

10 Korean-Barbecue Restaurants in Makati That Deserve to Be on Your Checklist

The K-barbecue craze isn't over yet!
It's safe to say that part of Makatiâs food culture and nightlife is made up of a huge chunk of Korean restaurants. The bustling district of Poblacion alone overflows with homey K-barbecue places left and right, while you've also got a few ...

WATCH: How To Cook Chapchae

You can find all the ingredients for this Korean noodle dish at the supermarket, so you can make it at home.
Chapchae, cellophane or glass noodles tossed in a sweet-salty sauce with carrots, mushrooms, and cabbage, is usually paired with your main dish. It's the Korean version of our pancit bihon but using a sweet potato-based noodle that, when cooked, turns transparent. Look through the international section of your ...

Splash on Sesame Oil To Give Your Meal a Quick Make Over

Here's how you can use it.
Sesame oil isn’t your average cooking oil. A little of it goes a long, long way. It coats and infuses your dishes with an aromatic, delicious, nutty, sesame flavor. Here, we’ve gathered recipes, both new and old, that use sesame oil to ...

Grace Lee Opened 13 Branches of Kko Kko in Two Years!

She shares some of her business secrets and learnings.
You can dip these delicious, crunchy pieces of chicken into a tantalizing melted cheese from a big bread bowlat Kko Kko. “I didn’t expect it to grow this big,” Grace Lee, the serial restaurateur who birthed the Kko Kko brand, said during her talk at the Globe ...

Making Korean Barbecue At Home? These Are The Meat Cuts You Need

Have an authentic Korean BBQ experience at home with this easy guide!
A lot of people are crazy about Korean barbecue and it's easy to understand why: Pinoys love anything served family-style and the fact that we get to cook what we eat is a little bonus for those of us who want to indulge ...

All The Tips You Should Know When Eating Korean Barbecue

Eat Korean barbecue like a local!
The whole experience of dining at a Korean barbecue restaurant has its own charm. You pick your own marinated or non-marinated slices of beef, pork, or chicken. While you’re waiting for the built-in grills to heat up, you can sneak in a bite ...
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