A special recipe for a special occasion, this dessert is a healthier alternative with fun ingredients that’ll have your mouth guessing! Eat your way through a nutty crumble topping, fluffy whipped cream, a smooth purée of fruits, and a chewy rice cake finish before you’ve realized you’ve licked your plate completely clean.
Welcome the new season with these sugary-sweet fudgey brownies with a surprise center! With wonderfully chewy dried persimmons, and the crunch of a walnut in your every bite, it's a chocolaty treat you'll definitely be fallin' for.
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!
A hit on social media and now your dinner table! This spicy cucumber salad is a dish we just couldn’t get enough of. So show off your cooking skills with this low-effort, high praise recipe!
The ingredients used are Korean, but we couldn’t help ourselves from using the Chinese “slinky” cutting method!! Makes the cucumber salad all the more delicious and appealing to look at!
This is how you get the party started! Save this easy Korean punch recipe for those hot days when you can’t wait to get your hands on something cold and refreshing. Tasty, great on the eyes, and guaranteed the center of attention at every occasion!
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!
Sweetness overload! Our macarons are packed tight with delicious strawberries, jam and butter cream to brighten up a special someone’s day. Make sure to save your hearts and give them to the right person! Happy Valentine’s Day!
Grilled short rib patties are the perfect appetizer before the big meal and a great finger food addition to your Veterans day gathering. Also let’s remember to honor and thank all military personnel who served in the United States Armed Forces.
Trying something different this Memorial Day as we honor those who served in the U.S. military—with a Korean touch to the main menu! Swap out those cheeseburgers for these finger-licking delicious spicy pork rice burgers!
The combination of sweet, salty and nutty flavors come together with black sesame, umami-rich white miso and peanut butter! Stay in, put on a movie, and bake these crave-worthy batch of cookies tonight!
Get your greens on for St. Patrick’s Day! This cupcake’s main ingredient is the Korean mugwort with its subtle earthiness and unique flavor. The roasted bean powder cream on top and the oozy mugwort filling in the center makes this a must-have dessert for the month of March!
Watermelon rinds are turned into a Korean banchan specialty with the addition of gochugaru, garlic, green plum syrup, and sugar. Serve right away or let it ferment just like you would kimchi and enjoy!
Have a merry, merry Christmas time with a cake made up of this holiday’s favorite nuts. Walnuts and chestnuts (and jujubes too) come together for the perfect dessert to top off the dinner table. Let’s get baking!
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.
We like to call these the Korean version of Rice Krispies treats and you’ll see why! Deep fry the rice grains and see them puff up to the top and find yourself looking at a very similar sight. Swap out the marshmallows and butter for Korean grain syrup and we’re sailing to brand new discoveries! Happy Columbus Day!
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!
Home cooking gets spicy! Submerge your rice in a delicious Kimchi Jjigae and top with marinated pork belly! Peter Garea shows us how he likes to enjoy his kimchi jjiage, which has a slight twist to the classic. Make this recipe and see for yourself!
Sometimes, when you crave so much for high-calorie foods, why don’t we let ourselves to be treated? We have this expression in Korea, “No matter how heavy the food is, it’s zero calories when you eat it happily and deliciously"
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!
Ready to make a beautiful and delicious hot pot? It’s so easy to make, you will be surprised. You can treat yourself with this heart-warming dish, or treat your friends and family with this fancy and healthy meal.