Dubu Kimchi Recipe - How To Make Tofu With Kimchi

Dubu Kimchi (Tofu with Kimchi Bokkeum) is one of the most popular anju (snacks for alcoholic beverages) for soju lovers. But it can be a great side dish for regular meals, or it can replace a regular meal for those who want to shed extra pounds.

It is indeed an excellent “healthy” diet food for those who like kimchi. Dubu (Tofu, soy bean curd), high in protein, low in saturated fat, has low calories and can reduce the risk of heart diseases by lowering the bad cholesterol level. It’s a good source of vitamin E, B-vitamins and calcium. Kimchi is also full of vitamins and minerals. Depending on how you cook and what to add, you can minimize the fat from this dish. [......]

Posted in Korean Food on Friday, February 19th, 2010 | No Comments »

Kimchi Bokkeumbap - How to Make Healthy Kimchi Bokkeumbap

Kimchi bokkeumbap (김치볶음밥) is one of the most popular Korean dishes, and it’s super easy and fast to make it. It’s also easy to create your own version of special kimchi bokkeumbap because you can add pretty much anything including various kinds of vegetables, meat, cheeses or seasonings.
* Bokkeumbap means fried rice and some of [......]

Posted in Korean Food on Tuesday, December 1st, 2009 | No Comments »

Delicious Ramyun - How To Cook Tasty Korean Ramen?

How Do I Cook Delicious Ramyun?
This question sounded strange to me first - how to cook delicious ramyun? To me, ramyun is tasty no matter what, and it’s very difficult to screw up with ramyun. You don’t need a lot of special skills to cook ramyun. To most Koreans, cooking ramyun is the easiest thing [......]

Posted in Korean Food on Tuesday, October 27th, 2009 | No Comments »

Kimchijeon - How To Cook Kimchi Jeon

One afternoon a few months ago, I cooked kimchijeon by myself for the first time of my life. I longed so much for any Korean food but didn’t have energy or will power to take a 30 minute drive to Koreatown in Los Angeles.
So I started to make kimchi jeon* with whatever I could [......]

Posted in Korean Food on Tuesday, August 11th, 2009 | 2 Comments »

Order Korean Grocery Online

Los Angeles is probably the best city for most Koreans who want or need to live outside Korea because it has the largest Korean community. Living in this favored city, especially for the first five years in Koreatown, I’ve taken it for granted that I can get almost everything Korean with a quick driving. [......]

Posted in Korean Food on Thursday, December 11th, 2008 | 1 Comment »