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8 Dairy-Free Korean Recipes

Drew Glover • March 17, 2015
If you haven't eaten Korean BBQ, you are missing out big time! Not a meat lover? Korean cuisine is all about rice, vegetable sides, and soups. There is even a recipe for a cold noodle called Naeng Myun that is perfect for hot summer days! Whatever your preference may be, you can't go wrong when you go for a Korean recipe.Korean Bibimbap Bites
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1. Korean Bibimbap Bites
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Bibimbap (mixed rice) is a classic Korean dish and the perfect vehicle to enjoy copious amounts of gochujang. Try my bite-sized vegan twist that's heavy on the veggies and big on taste.
2. Braised Chicken With Vegetables
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There are a few different versions of jjimdak in Korean cuisine, depending on the region it comes from and the ingredients used. The popular Andong jjimdak is a special dish from the city of Andong.
3. Korean Spicy Braised Chicken (dakbokkeumtang)
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Spicy and tender. This dish is delicious with korean hot pepper paste and fall off the bone chicken that was braised. Give it a try!
4. Turkey Green Bean Stir Fry
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Looking for a quick and easy way to feed your kids vegetables without the mess? This recipe for a turkey and green bean stir fry is perfect because the green beans are chopped so tiny that the kids can't pick them up and throw them around! Expert Food Blogger Joanne Choi also adds a lot of Asian flavors to make it sweet and salty that is pleasant for kids. They'll love it! This is a Grokker Premium video for the series, Easy Meals for the Busy Families.
5. How To Make Traditional Korean Rice Cake
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Learn how to make this traditional rice cake called "gyung dan". This is perfect for special occasions.
6. Korean Steamed Shishito Peppers
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Learn how to make this popular korean side that you can make and eat for 2-3 days along with rice and other sides.
7. Korean Ginger Cookies
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Learn how to make these korean style cookies with ginger called "Maejakgwa". These are perfect as gifts or for party snacks.
8. Korean Seasoned Seaweed
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Try this recipe for an easy snack. Korean Seasoned seaweed can be served with rice and other side dishes.
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