Taste gold with these Kimchi Arancini rice balls, inspired by the traditional Italian deep-fried staple. Stuffed with mozzarella cheese and paired with a spicy sauce, serve these fresh for the ideal crunch!
In this recipe, chili bean sauce (Toban Djan) is replaced with gochujang and hot pepper powder to give this Chinese classic a Korean twist! Be patient while the tofu cooks in a familiar sweet n' spicy sauce, then dig in with a serving of freshly steamed rice for a new taste you'll never forget.
This recipe for soft-boiled marinated eggs will have you hooked, and to no surprise because this dish is known as an extremely addictive egg banchan in Korea! Watch these eggs turn a delicious golden brown as they soak in a sweet and savory soy sauce-based marinade, then have them with a hearty bowl of rice for a taste of true euphoria.
Sweet dreams are made of cheese, who are we to disagree? These Korean Pork Ribs ARE spicy but when they’re smothered with gooey mozzarella cheese and corn, they become perfectly balanced. With tender pork ribs that’ll fall straight off the bone and chewy rice cakes as well, this spicy recipe will meet every expectation you have and more! You may even dream about them.
Gather everyone around the table for this iconic deep red, sweet and savory dish. When the juice overflows as you slice the pork one by one to serve, it makes the final steps of broiling and glazing even more worth it. Lay them on top a bed of rice and pair with bok choy for the ultimate comfort dish!
Want to make dukboki, but out of rice cakes? Just look in your cabinet, bet you have rice paper spring roll wraps. This recipe will show you how to get the flavor of your favorite dish. It’s easy to make, add sausage and mozzarella with chewy rice paper instead of dduk (“rice cake” in Korean).
Try this perfect combination of sweet and spicy sauce and this special rice paper dduks!
This red peppery stew has everything from wide flat noodles to oh-so-tender milk marinated chicken with plenty of seasoning! Even in this heat, you'll be scarfing down this savory dish with a bowl of rice in no time.
Marinated grilled beef slices are here to wow your taste buds! This tender beef dish was reserved for the nobles back during the Joseon dynasty but can now be enjoyed in the comforts of everyone’s home! Cook some Neobiani and make sure to honor and remember those who fought for our freedom this Memorial Day weekend!
Originating from the city of Andong and attaining popularity in the 1980s, this slightly sweet, savory, and soy sauce based dish is truly an all-in-one masterpiece. The tasty sauce and little kick from the red chili peppers make pairing it with glass noodles and rice so great!
Burritos just got better with the addition of Korean barbecue and kimchi! The secret sauce combines gochujang, doenjang, mayo, and even peanut butter to complement the rice and protein while the greens give it the fresh aroma to ease the kick of the spice! Happy Cinco de Mayo!
Introduce these pork ribs coated in sweet and delicious gochujang glaze to the dinner table and it’ll be gone in seconds! It’s the perfect recipe for when you need a rib fix. And for when you need those cooking compliments.
Spicy stir-fried octopus is an all-time favorite and thanks to H Mart, you can easily prep and cook it at home! Enjoy it as it is or pair it with a nice bowl of rice, soy bean sprouts, rice cakes, or with chewy somyeon noodles!
There’s nothing more welcoming than a nice, warm dish with the power to gather loved ones to the dinner table in the beginning days of January! It’s the perfect combination of beef and warm soup made with the perfect bulgogi pan from H Mart!
Extra crispy and extra delicious spicy fried chicken adds heat to the holiday dinner menu as we start getting ready for Christmas. Don’t miss out on one of Korea’s favorite seasoned chicken flavors, now available to you at the comfort of your own home!
One-pan air fryer meals are now a thing! Combine tofu, eggplant, mushrooms and peppers with basil leaves and Yondu, an all-purpose vegetable umami seasoning sauce, and you’ve got yourself a plant-based dish filled with delicious flavors.
We took two of our favorite spicy recipes—dukboki and spicy chicken galbi—and combined them for the ultimate spice challenge. A restaurant-favorite and a popular anju dish, we present to you the chicken dukboki dish that can be easily enjoyed, and adjusted, at home.
Simple yet classy. Show your mother how well you can throw it down in the kitchen by waking her up with a spring-like dish filled with flowers and love! Korean egg rolls have never been this heartwarming. Happy Mother’s Day!
Everyone knows May 5th is Children’s Day in Korea. It also happens to be the day we celebrate Mexican heritage in honor of a military victory back in the 1860s! Why not celebrate both by gathering the kids and making some homemade Korean-Mexican Tacos?! Happy Children’s Day & Cinco De Mayo!
The combination of spicy pork bulgogi and fresh bean sprouts scream healthy and deliciousness! The juices from the bean sprouts seep into the meat and offer a drool-worthy one pan meal. Save some room in your stomachs for part two of your dinner series with a kimchi fried rice recipe.
Just a week left until Christmas and we’re sharing the main item on our dinner menu: Soy sauce roasted chicken! Decorate with rosemary and thyme to give it that extra flavor and atmosphere. Make sure to leave enough room in your stomachs for next week's Christmas dessert!
We’ve had pork and fish cutlets before but add chicken into the mix and now you can alternate between three different proteins! So, today’s choice for dinner is chicken katsudon—a perfect combination of fried chicken, eggs, rice, vegetables and Tsuyu sauce!
This Thanksgiving, one of the things we’re embracing is Korean flavor. Bringing together the holiday spirit and our love for cooking, we re-created the must-have-on-the-table stuffing recipe by adding our very own twist to it! It’s a Kimchi Stuffing recipe that is here to stay.
Halloween is here! Dress up your favorite homemade pizzas by adding eyeball meatballs and black spider-shaped olives and end the night with your favorite Halloween movie! A fun way to celebrate this year’s spooky season.
Does a combination of red pepper paste, red pepper powder and curry powder seem spicy to your tongue?! Combat the intense spice by coating the top of this dish with a delicious sweet potato mousse that’ll help make the unbearable, bearable.
Bulgogi is a staple for the Korean holidays so for this year’s Korean Thanksgiving, we’re showing you how to whip up the easiest bulgogi dish! Fill up the house with aromas of beef, scallions, carrots, onions, red peppers and even enoki mushrooms as they make an appearance at the dinner table.
Enjoy the last bit of summer by grilling up some spicy chicken skewers to celebrate the upcoming holiday. Combine chicken with dukboki rice cakes and green onions for a tasty little treat. Share a skewer with a hardworking friend!
The ultimate Korean dish that combines everything we love into one. Cook up this surprising dukboki dish filled with rice cakes, fish cakes, jjolmyeon noodles, sausages and more. Finish with spicy fried rice and see if you and your family can scrape the pot clean!
Veggie noodles are tossed together with chicken, carrots, red cabbage and baby bok choy for a spin on the popular take-out item, lo mein! Substitute your noodles with spaghetti squash for a healthier and low-carb alternative.
Become the MVP this holiday weekend by baking a home-cooked bulgogi pie for you and your loved ones. This meat pie is stuffed with well-seasoned ground beef that complements the pie crust so well, you’ll be wishing there were two! Happy Independence Day!
Try something special for Father’s Day and cook up his favorite spicy pork bulgogi! Along with the vegetables, side dishes, a bowl of soup and rice, dad will have a full stomach. And a full heart just by looking at the dinner table overflowing with your love. Have a Happy Father’s Day!
Yes, there’s kimchi in there! Believe it or not, the brown butter and its nuttiness bring together the two main ingredients for this recipe, giving this dish a special kick. Check out this lobster and kimchi combo infused with brown butter!
The most popular food to eat on Lunar New Year's Day is the Rice Cake Soup! Celebrating the fresh start of the new year, many families will gather around the table to enjoy this tradition. They'd also celebrate turning another year older! Did you know that Koreans age collectively on New Year's Day?
Chef Kim Bo Kyung shares one of her favorite recipes, Jjimdak (or Korean braised chicken) that uses a soy sauce base to give the palate a flavorful taste. Combine it with noodles and we guarantee you won’t be disappointed!
Use your soda to make an authentic Korean Jjimdak! Korean braised chicken (Jjimdak) is one of the most popular dishes in Korea, and this recipe with coke is another popular way to make Jjimdak simple and easy. It has a savory, sweet and rich flavor. Let’s begin!
This stew is such a special dish in Korea. We usually eat it for celebrations, birthdays or holidays, and especially, on Korean thanksgiving, called ‘Chuseok’. Enjoy this delicious new idea with your guests. We guarantee you that everyone will love it!
Koreans love to eat their meat with green leaf wraps. This recipe, we will boil pork belly until it’s super tender and juicy, then eat with crunch & savory radish kimchi in fresh green leave wraps. The radish kimchi goes perfect with this meat. Have your own wraps with our recipe, and you’re welcome!