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Slow-Cooked Korean Short Ribs With Green Onion and Pear

Sunday Supper Jennifer Olvera 2 comments

Braised short ribs are one of the most comforting of comfort foods, but they're not exactly summer fare. By borrowing some tricks from Korean cooking—such as flavoring them with a kalbi-style sauce and topping them with refreshing green onion and pear—this version transforms them into a warm-weather-friendly main course. More

Slow-Cooked Korean Short Ribs With Green Onion and Pear

Serious Eats Jennifer Olvera 5 comments

Braised short ribs are one of the most comforting of comfort foods, but they're not exactly summer fare. By borrowing some tricks from Korean cooking—such as flavoring them with a kalbi-style sauce and topping them with refreshing green onion and pear—this version transforms them into a warm-weather-friendly main course. More

Ideas in Food vs. Linguine alle Vongole: Part 2

Ideas in Food 11 comments

Inspired by linguine with clam sauce, this recipe radically reinvents the dish. Incorporating Korean flavors like gochujang (chili paste) and kim chi, replacing the pasta with chewy Korean rice cakes, and adding a flavorful fried onion-and-garlic topping, the result is a complex, layered, and satisfying meal. More

Korean Clam Sauce

Serious Eats Ideas in Food 1 comment

This rich, complex clam sauce was inspired by linguine with clam sauce. Here it's infused with fried alliums, nori, and Korean flavors like gochujang chili paste. It was created to be served with smoked Korean rice cakes, but can also be served on pasta or rice. More

Smoked Rice Cakes with Korean Clam Sauce

Serious Eats Ideas in Food Post a comment

Inspired by linguine with clam sauce, this recipe radically reinvents the dish. Incorporating Korean flavors like gochujang (chili paste) and kim chi, replacing the pasta with chewy Korean rice cakes, and adding a flavorful fried onion-and-garlic topping, the result is a complex, layered, and satisfying meal. More

Ideas in Food vs. Linguine alle Vongole: Part 1

Ideas in Food 17 comments

Inspired by the classic Italian pasta dish linguine with clam sauce, the Ideas in Food duo radically reinvents the dish with cryo-shucked clams (don't worry, just a regular freezer is required), Korean chili paste-infused ghee, a rich clam sauce, and smoked rice cakes. This first part kicks the recipe off with all the components you can prep a day in advance. Stay tuned for the full recipe tomorrow. More

Smoked Korean Rice Cakes

Serious Eats Ideas in Food 2 comments

Korean rice cakes are wonderfully chewy, and their subtle flavor is the perfect foil to strong, rich sauces. But that doesn't mean they can't have their own flavor too. Here, the rice cakes are quickly smoked using a makeshift stovetop smoking rig that requires no special equipment beyond a couple of disposable aluminum roasting pans and some wood shavings. More

Gochujang-Infused Ghee With Toasted Sesame Seeds and Bourbon

Serious Eats Ideas in Food Post a comment

Infused with gochujang (Korean chili paste), toasted sesame seeds, and bourbon, this unlikely combination of ingredients is shocking delicious. It can be used as part of all kinds of larger recipes, or simply as a poaching liquid and dipping sauce for clams and other seafood. More

Korean Fried Chicken Will Make You Sing at Seattle's Stars in the Sky

Eating Asian Jay Friedman 5 comments

Karaoke is part of the draw at Stars in the Sky, but the Korean Fried Chicken is the star of the food menu that includes everything from pizza corn cheese to boiled silkworms. More

Tteokbokki From 'The World's Best Spicy Food'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 6 comments

Tteokbokki is a Korean street food snack made primarily of chewy rice cakes and fiery, funky gochujang chili paste. In Lonely Planet's The World's Best Spicy Food, the cakes are tossed with slices of fried eomuk fish cake, cabbage, scallions, and garlic. More

Tteokbokki From 'The World's Best Spicy Food'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 7 comments

Tteokbokki is a Korean street food snack made primarily of chewy rice cakes and fiery, funky gochujang chili paste. In Lonely Planet's The World's Best Spicy Food, the cakes are tossed with slices of fried eomuk fish cake, cabbage, scallions, and garlic. More

Chicken Dinners: Kimchi Chicken and Cabbage Stir Fry

Yvonne Ruperti 2 comments

This spicy, Korean-inspired chicken, kimchi, and napa cabbage stir-fry comes together in about 10 minutes. More

Kimchi Chicken and Cabbage Stir-Fry

Serious Eats Yvonne Ruperti 3 comments

This spicy, Korean-inspired chicken, kimchi, and napa cabbage stir-fry comes together in about 10 minutes. More

Bring on Korean Breakfast at JeonJu Bbop near Seattle

Eating Asian Jay Friedman 1 comment

This classic mom-and-pop restaurant has a simple one-page menu that's heavy on the Hangul, but ask for help and you'll discover satisfying dishes like pollock soup and bibimbap available as early as 8 a.m. More

Sweet and Spicy Korean Ketchup

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel Post a comment

Gochujang—a Korean fermented chili paste—gives this ketchup its unique spice, balanced with brown sugar and given more depth from soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and sesame oil. More

So a Comedian Opens a Korean Barbecue Restaurant

New York Chris Hansen 6 comments

This Seoul-based chain is founded by comedian, MC, and former professional wrestler Kang Ho Dong, which may lead you to believe that Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong is something of a gag. But on my visit that couldn't be further from the case. More

K-Town, 3 A.M.: Where Do the Regulars Go?

New York Michelle No 7 comments

32nd Street's bevy of Korean bar-cum-restaurants reaches optimal productivity between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. Who visits K-Town at this hour, and where do they go to eat? We talked to some regulars to find out. More

Pantry Essentials: All About Ssämjang

Pantry Essentials Andrew Wheeler 8 comments

Just as many of us can't face a sandwich without mayo, or can't imagine tacos without salsa, so too is ssämjang essential to the Korean equivalent, ssäm, a vegetable leaf wrapped around rice, vegetables, and protein. "Ssäm" means "wrapped," and ssämjang means "wrap paste" —that should give you an idea of just how essential it is! More

Namoodol at H-Mart in Flushing Serves up a Quality Korean Lunch

New York Ben Jay 8 comments

As one of the city's Asian food meccas, Flushing has no shortage of good food courts. But one of the best receives little attention from Yelp or small food blogs, likely for one simple reason: it's a 25-minute walk from the 7 train on Flushing's Union Street in a Korean supermarket chain called H-Mart. Unless you have a car (it's five minutes from the Whitestone bridge that way), Namoodol, the H-Mart's lunch counter, is a trek, but the Korean barbecue and free tea alone are well worth the trip. More

The Food Lab: Homemade Shin Cup-Style Spicy Korean Ramyun (Beef Noodle Soup)

The Food Lab J. Kenji López-Alt 27 comments

A homemade version of the wildly popular (and wildly delicious) Shin Cup Ramyun Korean instant noodle, flavored with beef and spicy chilies. More

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