Today we’re posting another super easy and cheesy recipe that you can add the shiitake mushrooms. You can substitute the cheese for a vegan option to make this dish Vegan as well. What you’ll need: 1/5 cup of Fresh Kimchi(You can use 1 Jayone canned Kimchi) ½ cup of Shittake Mushroom diced to bite size Tortilla of your choice (We used the medium size for this recipe) ½ cup of Mexican cheese (Substitute it for a vegan option to make this a vegan dish) Olive Oil Ajumma Republic
What better way to enjoy the beginning of fall with a heartwarming bowl of vegan shiitake mushroom pasta? What you’ll need: Pasta 6oz Sliced garlic 5~6 clove Sundried tomato 50g Sliced Onion ¼ Sliced dried Shiitake mushroom 1 ½ cup (Or as much as you want!) Soymilk: 6.4fl oz (190ml) X 2 ~ 3 Nutritional yeast, Salt, Black Pepper How to make: Soak the shiitake mushroom in warm water for 20-30 minutes. (*You can also soak in soymilk) Add a Tbsp. of oil in pan and cook the onion
Jayone Noodle Topokki! 🧡🔥
You can buy your near Korean Market. 🛒 - - - 1. Rinse rice cake under water and drain well.
2. Pour 500ml of water into a pan and add rice cake, fish cake and sauce.
3. Boil for 4-5 mins until the rice cake gets soft.
4. Enjoy noodle tteokbokki! (*Add hard-boiled egg, vegetables, and etc. to your preference.) #Noodles #tteokbokki #Koreanfood #spicy #ricecake #fishcake #sauce #spicysauce #recipe
You’ll find our Rice Snacks and Rice Rolls in packs of 4 rolls or 8 rolls. We have both natural and organic versions too! (Send us your zip code and we can try and locate a physical store near you that may carry it or you can find our Rice snacks on Amazon and Yamibuy.) We like to enjoy them in their true form, but we also like to find different ways of consuming them. We’ll share a couple ideas with you today so please share how you guys enjoy yours! Plus, they are so low in
🥟 A great way to spend time with family is making dumplings! It's fun seeing how everyone's turns out, not one dumpling is the same.🥢 Ingredients 2 packs of Dumpling Wrappers
½ pound of grounded pork meat
1 portobello mushroom sliced
10 shrimps diced into smaller pieces
1 pack of Jayone Whole Long legged Octopus
¼ of 1 zucchini diced
3 scallions diced chopped
1 bundle of chives chopped
½ pack of Jayone Extra Firm Tofu
3 eggs(Separate yolk and egg white)
2 tbsp of minced gar
Whether you want to meal prep, clean out your fridge cause veggies are starting to go bad, or just simply want an easy meal to make, try our Bulgogi Bowl. All you need is 4 things for this dish: A ziplock, flap meat, Ajumma Republic BBQ Sauce, and Jayone Instant Rice. It’s just as easy to put together this dish too. Instant Rice. It’s just as easy to put together this dish too. Cut up the meat to bite sizes and add to ziplock Add 2 tbsp for every 0.5 lbs of flap meat Close zi
One of Korea’s most famous foods is called “Bi-bim-bap.” “Bi-bim” means mixed and in this case, “Guksu” means noodles. Bibim Guksu is a popular summer dish because of its cool, fresh taste. We’ve come up with a simple recipe anyone can follow. Ingredients you'll need consist of! 4 oz Jayone Somen Noodles (Wheat flour noodles) ½ cup Ajumma Republic Sweet and Sour Sauce 2 cups Jayone Kimchi (Available at some Sam’s Club stores) 1 tbspJayone Sesame Seeds Sea’s Gift Sweet Seaweed
Octopus Kimchi Porridge is one of our versions of comfort food. I remember when I was really sick and couldn’t keep any food down, my mom made porridge for me. So now, whenever I’m sick or someone close to me is sick, my go to solution is porridge. It’s easy on the stomach and with a little bit of soy sauce, it’s not too bland. These days you can find porridge made with so many different ingredients. We wanted to make one that wasn’t too common: Octopus Kimchi Porridge. Ingre
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.
Have you ever tried Gochujang (Korean red pepper paste) in a pasta dish? If you haven’t, you're missing out something incredibly delicious. The gentle spiciness of the lovely Korean chili paste flavors pasta like no other. Here is a recipe in which you can use Gochujang to turn your ordinary pasta into extraordinary - Gochujang Chicken Pasta!!! The ingredients you need are somewhat similar to cajun style chicken pasta but the flavor will take a slight twist. It is easy to ma