Jinjuu is a real pearl…
Choco chou cream cakes. Individually wrapped (as far as I can see, to slow you down when you are trying to eat a whole pack!).
Noodley goodness, and easy to make!
Ah Pepero. Proof that there’s no reason you can’t fabricate a national day for yourself. You just keep on believing! #worlddominationspiration
BBQ the Korean way, as opposed to the British ‘burnt on the outside, frozen on the inside’ way!
Warning these candies smell like someone may have gone a bit overboard on the esters
nom nom, onion rings.
Choco pies have made it in the news recently, so I thought it would be fitting to feature them
OK, So banana milk generally may not be specific to Korea, but it’s iconic status is uniquely Korean.
Finally a snack for those of us with a savoury tooth that doesn’t taste disgusting!
More Korean BBQ for you!
Korean fried chicken with the surprise ingredient of Ketchup.
Chop sticks. Honestly the easiest way to eat noodles.
Warning this post refers to an alcoholic beverage, please drink responsibly and be aware of local drinking laws
A nice simple one that you will use in almost all your recipes.
Fantastic as a starter, side dish or in larger portions as a main course, and super easy to make too!
Modern Korean food rather than traditional, this is a firm favourite in our house.
Not quite what we would think of porridge here, but lovely nonetheless. I like to eat mine with sugar sprinkled on top
Ahhh Kimchi, a Korean export that beat the Hallyu wave over to the west.
There’s not a lot to say about a Wok, you can buy them almost anywhere that sells kitchen utensils and it will be essential for your Korean cooking.
A basic staple in korean cooking.
Dolsot are the stone pots used for Bibimbap, while they aren’t essential your rice will get a lovely crispy edge to it by being heated and served in a stone pot. These pots get very hot so it’s well worth buying one that comes with a wooden tray, or purchasing one separately
I do love a heartwarming stew.
nom nom, snacks