Simply Korean: Easy Recipes for Korean Favorites

Simply Korean: Easy Recipes for Korean Favorites

EASY, TASTY KOREAN RECIPES

Cook like a pro with Simply Korean! This beginner-friendly cookbook offers streamlined techniques and minimal ingredients to help you master Korean cuisine. Impress your guests with restaurant-quality meals.

 

A Sample of Recipes:
  • Korean Fried Chicken
  • Jeyuk Bokkeum
  • Bibimbap
  • Kimchi bibim Guksu
  • Sundubu Jjigae
  • Baechu Kimchi
  • Hotteok

Available in Kindle and Hardcover.

The Korean Vegan Cookbook: Reflections and Recipes

The Korean Vegan Cookbook: Reflections and Recipes

FLAVORFUL VEGAN DISHES

Joanne Lee Molinaro shares her favorite traditional and reimagined Korean dishes. She explores the intersection of veganism and Korean cuisine, celebrating the plant-based ingredients that define her family's table.

 

Recipes Include:
  • Kimchi Stew
  • Korean Pear Slaw
  • Pecan Paht Pie
  • Omma's BBQ Sauce
  • Ponytail Kimchi
  • Power Bowl
  • Mushroom Dashi

Available in Kindle and Hardcover.

Korean Home Cooking: Classic and Modern Recipes

Korean Home Cooking: Classic and Modern Recipes

TRY SOME NEW RECIPES

Discover the authentic flavors of Korean cuisine in Sohui Kim's Korean Home Cooking. With 100 recipes, including kimchee, mung bean pancakes, spicy chicken stew, bring the rich cultural traditions of Korea into your kitchen.

 

A Few Recipes:
  • Samgyupsal
  • Ganjang gaejang
  • Yukhwe
  • Yukgaejang
  • Bibimbop
  • Jiajang Myeon
  • Kimchi Fried Rice

Available in both Kindle and Hardcover.

Cook Korean!: A Comic Book with Recipes

Cook Korean!: A Comic Book with Recipes

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

Learn Korean cooking through a delightful graphic novel with Cook Korean! This New York Times bestseller features 64 recipes presented in playful comics. Colorful illustrations guide you through traditional dishes.

 

Some of the Recipes:
  • Spicy Octopus Over Rice
  • Boiled Pork belly Wrap (Bossam)
  • Spicy Chicken Tacos (Buldak Taco)
  • Braised Daikon with Saury
  • Pan-Fried Tofu (Dubu Buchim)
  • Kkimchi Stew (kimchi jigae)
  • Sweet red Bean Porridge (Danpatjuk)

Available in both Kindle, Paperback and Spiral-bound.


Korean American: Food That Tastes Like Home

Korean American: Food That Tastes Like Home

SIMPLE TO PREPARE

Fall for the rich tapestry of Korean American culture through heartfelt stories and recipes. Eric Kim shares his journey and introduces fusion dishes, offering a beautiful blend of Korean and American flavors.

 

A Sample of Included Recipes:
  • Spam and Perilla Kimbap
  • Scorched Skillet Rice with vegetable
  • Pan-fried yellow Croaker
  • Macuntang
  • Old Bay Shrimp Cocktail
  • Darkdoritang
  • Jalapeno-Marinated Chicken Tacos

Available in both Kindle, Paperback and Spiral-bound.

Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking: Authentic Dishes

Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking: Authentic Dishes

AUTHENTIC KOREAN COOKBOOK

Learn the art of Korean cooking. From classic dishes like Bibimbap to quick kimchis, Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking is a comprehensive guide with step-by-step photos and tips for every home cook.

 

Favorite Recipes:
  • Seafood-Scallion Pancak
  • Korean-Style-Curry-Rice
  • Seaweed Rice Rolls
  • Pan-Fried Tofu with Spicy Seasoning
  • Steamed Eggplant
  • Bibimbap
  • Toasted Rice

Available in both Kindle and Hardcover.

Maangchi's Big Book Of Korean Cooking

Maangchi's Big Book Of Korean Cooking

TASTY KOREAN CREATIONS

Explore this guide to Korean cuisine in Maangchi's Big Book of Korean Cooking. From traditional favorites like bulgogi and bibimbap to street vendor snacks and healthful lunch boxes, with photos and instructions.

 

Recipes Include:
  • Soy Butter Pan-Grilled Chicken
  • Pan-Fried Seasoned Spanish
  • Pan-Fried Mackerel
  • Steamed Chinese Yams
  • Persimmon Punch Slush
  • Multigrain Rice
  • Leaf Wraps and Rice

Available in both Kindle and Hardcover.

Korean BBQ: Master Your Grill in Seven Sauces

Korean BBQ: Master Your Grill in Seven Sauces

FLAVORSOME BBQ MASTERPIECES

Discover the flavorful world of Korean-American grilling in chef Bill Kim's Korean BBQ. With practical tips and 80 delicious recipes, this casual guide teaches the fundamentals of the Korean grill.

 

Several Recipes:
  • Ko-Rican Sauce
  • Korean al pastor
  • Jerk Pork Tenderloin Kebabs
  • Lemongrass Chicken
  • Gun bae Soju Scallops
  • Grilled Shrimp Egg Foo Yung
  • Korean BBQ Salmon

Available in Kindle and Hardcover.


Korean Cookbooks
   
Korean Cookbooks

Korean recipes are known for their bold flavors, vibrant colors, and diverse range of dishes. Here are some popular Korean foods to explore:

1. Bibimbap - A signature Korean dish consisting of a bowl of rice topped with an array of seasoned vegetables, cooked meat (often beef), a fried egg, and gochujang (red chili pepper paste) for added spiciness.

2. Kimchi - Kimchi is fermented cabbage with a spicy, tangy flavor and is a staple in Korean cooking. It is served as a side dish with almost every Korean meal and can be used as an ingredient in various dishes.

3. Bulgogi - Thinly sliced marinated beef, typically cooked on a grill or pan-fried. It is commonly served with rice, wrapped in lettuce leaves, or used as a filling in Korean-style tacos.

4. Korean BBQ (Gogi-gui) - A popular dining experience where guests grill a variety of meats, such as beef, pork, or chicken, at their table. The grilled meat is often enjoyed with ssam (lettuce wraps), kimchi, and various dipping sauces.

5. Japchae - A stir-fried dish made with glass noodles (sweet potato starch noodles) mixed with vegetables, meat (usually beef), and seasoned with soy sauce and sesame oil.

6. Tteokbokki - Spicy stir-fried rice cakes cooked in a gochujang-based sauce. It is often combined with fish cakes, vegetables, and boiled eggs, creating a popular street food snack.

7. Samgyeopsal - Thick slices of pork belly that are grilled and enjoyed with various dipping sauces, lettuce leaves, and side dishes.

8. Kimbap - Korean-style seaweed rice rolls, often compared to sushi. They are made by rolling rice, vegetables, and sometimes meat or fish in seaweed sheets and then sliced into bite-sized pieces.

9. Sundubu-jjigae - A spicy soft tofu stew made with a rich and flavorful broth, vegetables, and often seafood or meat. It is served piping hot with a raw egg cracked into it before eating.

10. Haemul Pajeon - A savory pancake made with a batter of wheat flour and scallions, filled with a variety of seafood like shrimp, squid, and clams. It is served with a dipping sauce.

These are just a few examples of the many delicious Korean dishes available. Korean recipes offer a wide range of flavors and textures, from spicy and bold to savory and comforting. Exploring the Korean cookbooks on this page can be a delightful culinary adventure.