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Pajeon (Green Onion Pancake w Red Cabbage)
Complete recipe at http://mykoreaneats.com/2014/04/pajeonredcabbage/
Bibim Myun (Cold Spicy Noodles w Vegetables)
Dweji Kalbi Jjim (Slow Braised Pork Ribs w Gingko Nuts)
Some comfort food had in Geochang (40km southwest of Daegu) over this past weekend. Good stuff!!
Gamja Jeon (Potato Pancakes)
Make it yourself at http://mykoreaneats.com/2014/04/gamja-jeon/
Bibim Myun (Spicy Cold Noodles) enjoyed the other day for a few friends.
Korean Eomuk Bokkeum (Stir Fried Rice Cakes)
Make it yourself at http://mykoreaneats.com/2014/04/eomuk-bokkeum/
Dakbokkeumtang (Spicy Braised Chicken)
Complete recipe ready to make at http://mykoreaneats.com/2014/04/dakbokkeumtang/
I’m not a big fan of making banchan (side dishes) for my meals, but I love each and every one of them when out and about at various Korean restaurants. Why you ask? Making them at home can be such a hassle, and even worse, washing all the little dishes afterwards is enough to stick to my rice + main meal combination. But in the hopes of eating healthier and lighter, I thought I’d add more banchan
Korean Spicy Chicken Tacos
Make it yourself at http://mykoreaneats.com/2014/03/korean-spicy-chicken-tacos/
One of my favorite banchan side dishes: ojingeochae muchim (spicy shredded squid)
Korean Jeonbok Jajangmyun (Noodles in Black Bean Sauce w Abalone)
Thoroughly enjoyed during my trip to Jeju Island!! ^^
Tteokbokki (Spicy Rice Cakes)
Even the miyuk guk (seaweed soup) tastes better in Jejudo! Serious!
Jejudo Sunrise!! ^^