Immerse yourself in the flavorful Asian cuisine with this Korean seaweed soup. It contains high fiber seaweed cooked in a savory broth.
Yukgaejang is a Korean spicy soup with beef and vegetables. This rich dish is smoky and filled with lots of nutritious veggies.
This yaksik recipe, a traditional Korean dessert, is done more quickly in the pressure cooker. It has chestnuts, pine nuts, and jujube too.
A sweet and comforting drink is something perfect for winter, and this sujeonggwa is just that. This Korean cinnamon ginger punch is easy and tasty!
Baesuk is a simple and healthy dessert of steamed pears with ginger and honey. It's also a great and delicious cough home remedy.
Yakgwa is an ubiquitous Korean cookie. It is a crisp fried cookie that is coated with a thick honey-ginger syrup. The perfect partner to tea!
Sikhye is a classic Korean punch drink made of malt barley. This has a unique sweet flavor and some very tender rice grains for added texture.
Pair your cup of tea with these traditional Korean cookies. They are delicately flavored with sesame seeds, rice syrup, and honey.
Try a new vegan and gluten-free snack by making this injeolmi. This is a Korean rice cake with a chewy texture and a nutty flavor.
Chapssaltteok is the Korean version of the popular mochi rice cake. This recipe uses a filling of sweetened red beans.
Songpyeon is a Korean rice cake that is typically prepared for special occasions. This half moon cake is chewy, nutty, and just a bit sweet.
Though more of a bite-sized pastry, this walnut cake Korean recipe is still delicious. It has a sweet red bean and walnut filling that explodes in texture.
Milk takes on a more interesting flavor with this banana milk recipe. Originating from Korea, this is a quick way to perk up a beloved staple.
Celebrate any occasion Asian-style with this Korean cake recipe. The fluffy cake is enveloped in cream and loaded with slices of fresh fruit.
Korean donuts are a popular after-school snack that is fun to look at and even nicer to eat. You can now make them at home with this easy recipe.
Hotteok is a popular Korean street food. It is essentially a sweet pancake that's filled with a rich sugar syrup.
This Korean lunch box cake is a great way to enjoy dessert without as much guilt. They're small enough for one person but still good for sharing!
Cool yourself down with something different this summer. This hwachae is a Korean fruit punch. This recipe has watermelon but is also customizable.
Make shaved ice more interesting with this bingsu recipe. This Korean dessert combines beans, fruits, and milk in one delicious chilled treat.
Cook up a filling and umami-packed bite in this Korean ground beef instant pot recipe. This meaty dish is paired with fluffy rice.
Bindaetteok is a savory Korean pancake made primarily with mung beans mixed with pork and wild fern. This is a flourless, gluten-free dish.
Switch up your usual snack & try this loaded Korean street toast! This smoked ham-filled sandwich offers a crunchy bite with fresh veggies.
Amp up your side dish game to new heights with this Korean potato salad, made with apple, carrots, and cucumber, for crunchy bites.
This invigorating bibim naengmyeon recipe serves the ultimate summer dish, made with Korean buckwheat noodles, beef brisket, & spicy sauce.
Galbitang is a rich and hearty Korean beef soup made with short ribs and served with start noodles and Korean radish.
Rich and gooey, this Korean cheese corn is a unique snack food that combines two classic ingredients to make one delicious dish.
Try this hearty Korean hot stone bowl or dolsot bibimbap, loaded with beef strips, rice, and veggies, for a flavor-packed bowl.
If you think K-pop is the only thing to stan about Koreans, then you haven't tried these cool Korean recipes yet. Make K-style fried chicken, wraps, and drinks with these Korean recipes.