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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

Brussels Sprouts and Kimchi from Roy Choi's 'L.A. Son'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

Roy Choi's recipe for brussels sprouts and kimchi in his new cookbook/memoir, L.A. Son, is a prime example of his effortless expertise in Korean fusion. He throws sprouts, butter, kimchi, lemon, and shiso all together in a hot pan for a dish that looks like a miss-mashed stir-fry but tastes like a dish that's been made by countless cooks for generations. More

Kimchi Fried Rice with Sautéed Squid and a Poached Egg

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 3 comments

I realize now that I haven't been adding enough of the liquid from the kimchi jar when I make kimchi fried rice. It makes all the difference. More

Squash, Shiitake, Kale, and Kimchi Stew

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 4 comments

I don't know about you, but kimchi stew (jjigae) reminds me of winter. But it turns out summer vegetables are equally at home in this dish. Plus, haven't you heard that adage that you should eat a hot soup on a hot day? More

Bacon and Kimchi Steamed Buns with Carrot and Cucumber Slaw

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 1 comment

The cucumber and carrot salad provides a crisp and acidic counterpoint to the kimchi and bacon, and it's all housed in a steamy and super soft bun, which is "airy" in a way few foodstuffs can ever hope to be. More

New York Style Pizza with Kimchi, Soppressata, and Maitake Mushrooms

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 5 comments

Pizza with spicy kimchi, soppressata, and scallions on a soft and crisp New York-style crust. More

Grilled Cheese with Kimchi

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 4 comments

A grilled cheese sandwich stuffed with spicy tangy kimchi. More

Kimchi Frito Pie

Serious Eats Marvin Gapultos Post a comment

A quick sauté or stir-fry of ginger, garlic, beef, and chopped kimchi goes remarkably well when poured atop a pile of Fritos. While some may see this version of Frito Pie as sacrilege, I see it as a nice change of pace for your Super Bowl party. More

Red Curry Mussels with Kimchi Puree from 'The Kimchi Cookbook'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

Mussels are one of those easy dinners that can so easily get overlooked when bombarded by quick-cooking fish fillets and chicken breasts at the market. But mussels are just as quick and easy (if not easier) to prepare than fish, and they're a year-round sustainable source of seafood. Pop them in a pot of flavorful broth, and they'll be done before you can set the table. Adding even more reason to pick up a couple of pounds of shellfish is the Red Curry Mussels with Kimchi from Lauryn Chun's new Kimchi Cookbook. Here, she swaps in kimchi for more traditional lemongrass in a coconut-red curry sauce. The kimchi brings funk, spice, and salinity to the broth, enhancing the creamy brininess of the mussels. More

Grilled MILKimcheeze Sandwich from 'The Kimchi Cookbook'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 5 comments

Okay. Grilled cheese is not the kind of dish that really needs a recipe. Bread, cheese, butter, plus a moderately hot pan, and dinner is served, right? Sure, these steps will lead to a tasty sandwich, but it is easy to get into a grilled cheese rut without the proper inspiration. Enter the Grilled MILKimcheeze from Lauryn Chun's Kimchi Cookbook. Nothing more than a standard gooey warm sandwich, except for the generous application of napa cabbage kimchi. Not only does the kimchi add welcome crunch to the melty cheese, but its spicy funk adds an addictive layer of flavor to the lunchtime favorite. More

Pan-fried Kimchi Dumplings (Mandu) from 'The Kimchi Cookbook'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 3 comments

Preparing homemade dumplings can often seem like a daunting task, and when the filling is a simple mixture of ground beef or potatoes, the one-note result makes the project seem less worthwhile. Not so with Lauryn Chun's Pan-fried Kimchi Dumplings from The Kimchi Cookbook. Loaded with bright, crunchy kimchi; tofu, beef, and sesame oil, these dumplings are worth every minute spent filling and crimping. More

White Wrapped Kimchi with Persimmon and Dates from 'The Kimchi Cookbook'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

When most of us think of kimchi, we think of spicy fermented napa cabbage, swathed in a bright red, fishy sauce. Lauryn Chun's white wrapped kimchi from The Kimchi Cookbook is not that kimchi. Dating back to before the 16th century, this white kimchi was being made before chiles were introduced to Korea. As a result, the kimchi is mild and slightly sweet, yet still retains the signature crunch and funk from natural fermentation. Instead of simply tossing the mixture in a jar, however, Chun elevates the recipe by wrapping the kimchi mixture in brined napa cabbage leaves. More

Korean Scallion Pancake with Shrimp, Bacon, and Kimchi

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 1 comment

I don't often have time during the week to bust out some serious banchan, but is there a way to turn a Korean scallion pancake into a quick meal? Yes, and this is it. More

Michael Natkin's Kimchi Jigae with Shiitake and Daikon

Serious Eats Caroline Russock Post a comment

We've got to thank Michael Natkin, author of Herbivoracious for veg-ifying one of our favorite Korean dishes, kimchi jigae so that our vegetarian compatriots can enjoy the goodness that is this sour-spicy stew. More

Andrea Nguyen's Tofu with Kimchi and Pork Belly

Serious Eats Caroline Russock Post a comment

Tofu and pork are good friends, especially in Korean cuisine. Tofu with Kimchi and Pork Belly, or dubu kimchi, is an amazing match up of mild tofu, fatty pork belly, and spicy-sour kimchi. Doctored up with a few chiles—powdered and fresh—and a drizzle of sesame oil, this is Korean drinking food at its finest. But you don't have to be knocking back the soju to enjoy Andrea Nguyen's Tofu with Kimchi and Pork Belly from Asian Tofu. It makes for a great anytime meal, quick to assemble, easy to love, and full of a very satisfying array of textures and big tastes. More

Homemade Vegan Kimchi

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 20 comments

This kimchi will get more and more sour as it ages. It can be eaten immediately, but is optimal at around 3 weeks. For a more traditional kimchi, replace the miso paste with 1/4 cup fish sauce. More

Kimchi Pasta with Bacon and Sesame Seeds

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 10 comments

Cook the Book: Kimchi Gazpacho with Shrimp 

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 1 comment

Gazpacho, kimchi, and shrimp cocktail aren't dishes that you'd expect to find of the same table or even the same menu, but for Anita Lo, author of Cooking Without Borders these seemingly separate dishes combine for a brilliant palate-awakening first course. The concept behind her Kimchi Gazpacho with Shrimp springs from the little plates of pungent fermented kimchi that kick off nearly all Korean meals. Mixed into a fresh and simple blender gazpacho of tomatoes, cucumbers, and garlic, the kimchi acts as both salty and sour elements with just a hint of red chile. More

Kimchi Fried Rice

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 14 comments

I'm already on record as a fried rice fanatic. So, why do I keep writing about it? I just keep finding strange variations which completely change the final product. Even kimchi fried rice, which I've written about twice before, is not immune to this kind of tinkering. Sure, many of the ingredients of this version carry over from the previous two, but the finished dish couldn't look more different. More

Cook the Book: Quick Kimchi

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 9 comments

No Korean meal is complete without a bit of kimchi, the love-or-hate-it fermented vegetable preparation, usually made of cabbage or radish. Kimchi's flavor varies widely depending on how it's made. It can anywhere from bright red and spicy with plenty of Korean chile powder to over-the-top-brush-your-teeth-immediately garlicky. Personally, I love them all and eat plenty of kimchi straight out of the jar, standing in front of an open fridge. More

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