Soy Sauce

8 Korean Recipes with Soy Sauce

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.Braised Chicken With Vegetables
1. 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.
2. 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!
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. Korean Spicy Stir-Fried Pork
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Korean style spicy stir-fried pork. It's called doejibulgogi, doejigogi bokkeum, or jeyukbokkeum. The recipe is very easy and fast and perfect for dinner parties.
6. Korean Spicy Rice Cake
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Follow this easy guide to learn how to make Korean Spicy Rice cake which is called ddukbokkie. This amazing snack is very popular in Korea.
7. Korean Steamed Pork Buns
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Learn to make this amazing korean steamed pork buns perfect for as a snack for your family or for partys.
8. Korean-style steak tartare ("yukhoe")
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How to make Korean style seasoned raw beef that is perfect for a unique Asian taste.
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