Parents only have so much time in a day to fit everything in their schedule. So it’s only natural they stress about what to pack for their child’s lunch every day. Our Joo-Muk-Bap is simple, quick, and not only perfect for lunches, it’s a fun dish you can take to potlucks to share with friends and family. “Joo-Muk” means fist and “Bap” means rice in Korean. This dish got its name because it’s usually made in the size of your fists. But for this recipe, we made it into little
Chicken nuggets are one of the all time kid’s favorite and it is often hard to come by good, reliable chicken nuggets in the store. You just don’t know what chicken parts are used and how they were processed until you bite into one. Some are good, but others can be quite nasty. You can easily make them to be lower in calories by baking them in the oven at home. Here is a recipe called Sesame Chicken Nuggets. They are crispy on the outside and tender in the middle. Adding a l
One of the popular food trends in recent years has been cross-culture fusion dishes. Many chefs and home cooks have attempted to create exciting traditional Korean dishes mingled with western flavor. Tacos are a great example. A famous food truck in California came up with the idea of tacos made with Korean short ribs and they became a huge hit that sparked a Korean-Mexican fusion wave in the culinary world. There are many wonderful Korean meat recipes that people love and ma
Sloppy Joes: an all-time favorite American dish. This budget friendly old classic sandwich is made with ground beef, onion, tomato sauce and/or ketchup, and other seasonings to create the flavor, and is served on a hamburger bun. Here is a creative way to twist this all-American classic with a Korean ingredient - Gochujang! Gochujang will add a gentle spicy kick and the depth in the flavor in a very pleasing way. You will be surprised how tasty this American-Korean fusion is.
Gochujang is a unique condiment that you can keep in your kitchen anytime to spice up dishes that you create. Try this delicious gochujang sauce to top off many noodles and salads. Drizzle it over poached or roasted chicken, pork, grilled fish or shellfish. The perfect balance between hot - sour - salty - and sweetness can surely add some Korean pizazz to your creation. An added bonus is that you can make this sauce well in advance and store it in the refrigerator for a long