5 Easy Korean Recipes To Make At Home This Weekend

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After hustling throughout the week, during the weekends we all want to sit back, relax, and spend some quality time with our family and friends over some good food and conversation. Whether you’re hosting a house party or cooking dinner on Saturday nights, an easy yet delicious recipe is all that you crave. Hence, in this article, we bring you 5 drool-worthy Korean recipes that are easy to make at home. 

  1. Bibimbap

Bibimbap is one of the most well-known Korean dishes. This delicious dish is a rice bowl topped with all sorts of sautéed vegetables, marinated meat (usually beef), a fried egg sunny side up, and garnished with a sprinkle of sesame and a generous dollop of a sweet-spicy-savoury Bibimbap sauce. 

2. Japchae

Japchae is made of sweet potato starch noodles stir-fried with vegetables and meat. This is one of Korea’s best-loved dishes, and at any gathering, you must include these chewy, sweet, and slightly slippery noodles with colourful stir-fried vegetables and mushrooms. Its irresistible sesame and garlic flavour, lightweight, and refreshing taste are what sets japchae apart from any other noodles. 

3. Vegetable Pancakes Or Yachaejeon

Made with baby portobello mushrooms, flour, green onion, leek, onion, shrimp, soy sauce, sweet potato, and vegetable pancakes is one of the healthiest Korean dishes to try at home. Yachaejeon can easily be customized to your liking. For the mixture, you can also use zucchini, sweet potato, carrots, onions, and scallions. 

4. Bulgogi

Bulgogi or Korean barbecue is thin slices of beef or sometimes pork marinated in a sweet-savoury sauce, then grilled to juicy perfection. Undoubtedly, this well-known Korean traditional dish is enough to make your guests drool. 

5. Tteok-Bokki

Tteok-Bokki or stir-fried rice cake is a beloved Korean dish with many variations and rich history. Firstly, steamed rice cakes are paired with fish balls, boiled eggs and scallions. After that, all these ingredients are tossed in a spicy gravy made out of tomatoes and chillies. 

  • Staff Reporter 

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