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How to make Korean Banana Rice Cakes

Holly Beyondkimchee on Thu, Jun 22, 2017

Sweet rice cakes are typical Korean dessert. There are several kinds you can choose from - plain rice cakes to fancy kind that have sweet fillings inside. One of the popular rice cake these days is this banana rice cakes. These banana rice cakes have been showing up in a ton of Instagram and Facebook posts recently. The sticky rice cakes are filled with sweet banana paste filling and coated with castella cake crumbs. Castella cake is like a sponge cake made of flour, sugar, eggs and starch syrup. You can find it in any Asian bakery.

Pretty to look at, and delicious to taste, these banana rice cake are an instant hit for many people. It is quite simple and easy to make with a few simple ingredients! 


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10 K-dramas all food enthusiasts must see

Shelly M on Wed, Jun 14, 2017

Summer is about fun in the sun and all the delicious food you can eat! From outdoor barbecuing to seasonal fruit like watermelon, we highly anticipate picnics of every kind. If you're looking for new dishes to add to your usual menu, look no further than your favorite K-drama! They set Korean dishes, international food and candy goals all the time!

Let's take a look at ten of those yummy K-dramas setting food goals now. 


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How to make Korean Steamed Chilies (gochu-jjim, 고추찜)

Holly Beyondkimchee on Tue, Jun 13, 2017

One of my favorite summer season Korean side dish has to be this steamed chili. The special chili called "kkwari-gochu (꽈리고추)" is abundant around this time of the year in most Korean store. They look like wrinkled green chili. These chilies are mild and perfect to make into simple side dish to enjoy.

The sweet rice flour coating around the chili helps the sauce to adhere to the chili and it also gives chewy and soft texture to the dish. You can use plain all-purpose flour if you don't have the sweet rice flour. Or any type of starch if you prefer. It is super simple and quick to make. So look out for this "kkwari-gochu" and try yourself. You will enjoy very authentic Korean home-style side dish in your own kitchen.


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How to make Chicken Kimchi Stew

Holly Beyondkimchee on Wed, May 31, 2017

Kimchi stew (Kimchi Jjigae, 김치찌개) is perhaps the most well known Korean stew. It is usually made with very fermented cabbage kimchi with pork or tuna. But have you tried kimchi stew made with chicken? It is not common but definitely not unheard of either. Kimchi stew made with chicken is really tasty and I am not sure why it hasn't become popular yet. Shall we get cooking?


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How to make Korean Beef Seaweed Rice Rolls (Bulgogi Kimbap)

Holly Beyondkimchee on Fri, May 05, 2017

Bulgogi meets kimbap! That would be a delicious bomb. These bulgogi kimbaps makes perfect picnic food, party finger food, or lunch. This is also great idea to use the leftover bulgogi. It is easy and delicious and everyone loved it! I can eat this kimbap everyday, seriously. Let's get cooking!


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How to Make Korean Crab Stew (Kkotgetang, 꽃게탕)

Holly Beyondkimchee on Sun, Apr 30, 2017

Spring crabs are tasty. It is a blue crab season where I live and I was inspired to make crab stew in Korean style. It is called kkotgetang (꽃게탕). Blue crabs are closest to the Korean crabs. However, Korean crabs are much softer, which means easy to peel and take the meat out.of the shell. That doesn't mean you can't have the delicious stew. If you can find the Korean crabs, that would be the best, but blue crabs will do the job.


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Are Korean food names too difficult for foreigners!?

Mysujung on Fri, Apr 28, 2017

As Korea continues to prepare for the upcoming 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, Koreans are finding themselves debating a curious range of issues dealing with international hospitality. One such topic: Korean food names! While Korean cuisine has seen a recent rise in popularity all around the world, it seems Koreans can't help but wonder how to best present dishes to those who have yet to explore the wonderful world of Korean food.


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