14 (Korean)

List by: itisclaudio, created: 14 Aug 2018, updated: 14 Aug 2018 Public: Users can add dishes

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1. Kongguksu

Legumes,콩국수 (Korean)

Kongguksu is a seasonal Korean noodle dish served in a cold soy milk broth. It comprises noodles made with wheat flour and soup made from ground soybeans.

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2. Kalguksu

칼국수 (Korean)

Kalguksu is a Korean noodle dish consisting of handmade, knife-cut wheat flour noodles served in a large bowl with broth and other ingredients. It is traditionally considered a seasonal food, consumed most often in summer.

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3. Bindaetteok

빈대떡,nokdubuchimgae, nokdujeon, nokdujeonbyeong, nokdujijim (Korean)

Korean pancake. It is made by grinding soaked mung beans, adding vegetables and meat and pan-frying it round and flat.

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4. Chueotang

추어탕,鰍魚湯,Chueotang,Ch'uŏt'ang (Korean)

Chueotang is a Korean soup made from mudfish and is a popular dish.It has been enjoyed during the autumn season.The soup is made from mudfish, a variety of vegetables, soy bean paste, red pepper paste and ash seed powder. It has a rich spicy flavour. Chueotang is a traditional Korean soup.

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5. Gaji Mari

가지말이,Gyeran Mari,Gaji Namul (Korean)

These gorgeous eggplant rolls are healthy and easy to make. They are called gaji mari in Korean. Gaji is eggplant, and mari refers to rolled up dishes. The thinly sliced eggplants are briefly cooked in a skillet, rolled up with other vegetables, and served with a sauce.

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6. Gochujang

고추장 (Korean)

Gochujang is a savory, spicy, and pungent fermented Korean condiment made from red chili, glutinous rice, fermented soybeans, and salt.

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7. Gyeran Jjim

계란찜 (Korean)

It is a Korean steamed egg casserole, which is a popular dish in Korea and often eaten as a side dish. This side dish, in which an egg is beaten into a bowl, lightly salted and steamed into a spongy, pale yellow cake, is absolutely essential when eating spicy food.

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8. Hwangpomuk

황포묵, 黃泡묵, Norangmuk, 노랑묵 (Indian) (Korean)

Hwangpomuk is a Korean food which is a yellow jelly made from mung beans. The yellow color comes from dyeing with the fruit of gardenia.

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9. Japchae

잡채,Chop chae, Chap chae, Jabchae, Chapchae (Korean)

Japchae is a Korean dish made from sweet potato noodles. It is Korean royal cuisine. It can be served with beef, and flavored with soy sauce, and sweetened with sugar. It is usually served garnished with sesame seeds and slivers of chili. It may be served hot or cold.

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10. Memilmuk

메밀묵 (Korean)

Memilmuk is a Korean food that is a variety of muk made from buckwheat starch, which has a jelly-like consistency. It is light gray-brown in color and is most commonly eaten as memilmuk muchim. Memilmuk is a side dish.

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11. Miyeokguk

Miyeok-guk, Miyeok Gook, 미역국 (Korean)

Korean Seaweed Soup made from dried sea kelp. Koreans eat miyeokguk on birthdays as well as for regular meals and traditionally, also served to new moms to help them recover from childbirth.

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12. Nokdumuk

Noktumuk, Mung Bean Jelly, Green Bean Jelly, Cheongpomuk, 청포묵, 淸泡묵 (Korean)

Nokdumuk is a Korean muk, or jelly, made from mung bean starch. Nokdumuk is usually served cold. nokdumuk is typically seasoned with soy sauce and vinegar.

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13. Sungnyung

숭늉 (Korean)

Sungnyung is a traditional Korean infusion made from boiled scorched rice.This drink is typically made from nurungji, the roasted (but not charred) crust of rice that forms on the bottom of a pot after cooking rice.

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14. Dolsotbap

Dolsot Bap, 돌솥밥 (Korean)

Dolsotbap is Korean rice dish. It is a nourishing dish of rice, ginseng, jujubes and chestnuts. It is also known as hot stone pot rice.

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