GOURMET KOREA'S KOREAN RECIPES



EXPLORE TASTY KOREAN DISHES


 

Popular Korean dishes

Gourmet Korea offers specially selected Korean groceries to make sure you experience the fascinating Korean food culture in your own home.
We hope you’ll discover the joys of trying such glorious flavour in Korean food as much as we have.


Ultimate Crispy Seafood Pancake

Haemul pajeon is a popular Korean savoury pancake made with fresh spring onion and mixed seafood. With this easy seafood pancake recipe, you can enjoy your restaurant favourite at home.

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Soybean Paste Soup

Doenjang Jjige is referred as soybean paste stew. It is a Korean traditional stew made from the primary ingredient of Doenjang (fermented soybean paste) and additional optional ingredients of vegetables, seafood and meat topped with tofu.

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(V) Stir-Fried Glass Noodle

Japchae is a traditional Korean dish, made with mainly sweet potato noodles and stir-fried vegetable in a soy sauce- based sauce. You can add beef (Sirloin or Rib eye) if prefer. You will surely enjoy its taste as well as its beautiful colours.

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Korean Sweet Chilli Chicken

Korean Fried Chicken is very crispy and it is the crispiness that defines its uniqueness as Korean Fried Chicken. Crispy Chicken is then coated with Sweet Chilli Sauce, which is made with Gochujang.
The Spicy and Sweet flavour of the sauce is a perfect combination with this fried chicken.

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“We are so excited to be on this journey with you to introduce some of the most exciting Korean food.
We hope you enjoy the glorious flavour found in Korean food as much as we have”

– sharky yoon, founder of gourmet korea-


More exciting Korean dishes


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Stir-Fried Spicy Pork

Jeyuk Bokum is Korean stir fried spicy pork bulgogi dish. It is a popular Korean main dish that many Korean cook at home and a popular menu in Korean restaurants.

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(V) Seaweed Soup

Miyeok Gook is a Korean style seaweed stew using mainly seaweed. Miyeok Gook is traditionally eaten for breakfast on birthdays, as a celebration of one’s mother.

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(V) Kimchi Fried Rice

Kimchi fried rice is made primarily with kimchi and rice, along with other available ingredients, such as diced vegetables or pork, whatever you’ve got in the fridge.

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Spicy Stir-Fried Rice Cake

Tteobokki is stir fried spicy rice cake. (Also spelt Tteokbokki). It is one of the most popular street foods in Korea. Fish cake, boiled egg, and spring onion are most common ingredients paired with Tteobokki.

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Warm Rice Cake Soup

Tteokguk is a Korean style thinly-sliced rice cake stew. This starchy and soothing bowl of stew is not only a New Year’s tradition but is classic comfort food any time of year!

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(V) Korean-Style braised boiled egg in Soy Sauce

Delicious boiled eggs braised in soy sauce for a quick Korean side-dish that can be enjoyed for a quick weekday dinner or simple lunchbox.

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Korean Style Beef Patty

Tteok galbi is a Korean beef dish made with minced beef marinated in soy sauce. It is a popular menu in Korean restaurants.

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(V) Kimchi Pancake

This simple and delicious Kimchi pancake also referred to as kimchi Jeon is primarily made with sliced kimchi and flour batter. A great delicious vegetarian menu.

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Korean Spicy Chicken

This is a popular Korean dish made by marinated diced chicken in a gochujang (Korean chilli paste) with typically sweet potatoes, cabbage, spring onion and white rice cake.

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Braised Pork Belly

Bossam is Korean braised pork dish commonly using pork belly. It is typically served in sliced cut with lettuce, fermented shrimp, Kimchi and occasionally fresh oyster.

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(V) Stir-Fried Assorted Vegetable Rice Mix

It is typically served with various stir-fried vegetable and gochujang (Korean chilli paste) sauce.

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(V) Warm Noodle Soup in Kelp Broth

Somyun Noodle is made up of wheat flour and is used to make this Korean Warm Noodle Soup. It is usually served in a clear beef or anchovy or kelp broth.

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