Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish that is as tasty as it is spicy. This video tutorial demonstrates how to make apple kimchi in your own kitchen. Follow the provided guidelines or add a few delicious changes to suit your taste. Ingredients: - 2 whole Napa Cabbage - 1 Cup o ...more
Kimchi can be spelled in a variety of ways (gimchi, kimchee, kim tee), but what is it exactly? It's a Korean pickled dish made with vegetables and varied seasonings, and it's the most common side dish in South Korea. In this video tutorial, you'll gain the recipe for making ki ...more
This tutorial Korean cooking video will teach you to make a Kimchi stew. To make this Korean dish, you will need: kimchi, pork belly, onion, green onion, soft tofu, garlic, hot pepper paste and flakes, bean sprouts, red pepper, salt, sugar, and sesame oil. This stew is great f ...more
Nari Kye takes you on a super-fun adventure with the introduction of that national Korean food staple, kimchi. Using cute graphics, a mini-chef's hat, Nari explains how to make authentic kimchi, and then shows you an easier way to make kimchi. You'll be able to munch on kimchi ...more
Korean cuisine is largely rice-based, like many other Asian cuisines. One distinguishing characteristic, though, is the profusion of side dishes present in Korean cooking. In this Korean food video series, learn how to make an easy stew recipe called kimchi chigae. This dish’s ...more
The number of Korean people that still make kimchi (or Kim Chee) from scratch is dwindling, but no store bought brand will ever taste as great as homemade. In this tutorial, take a trip to New York and visit Yu Um Chon, a great grandmother who has made kimchi over 10,000 times ...more
Kimchi, which means "spicy pickled cabbage," is the national dish of Korea, so for anyone looking for a little Korean cuisine, kimchi is the first recipe you should try. But this video recipe isn't just kimchi, it's kimchijeon (or kimchi jeon), the pancake-like version of spic ...more
In this tutorial, famous chef Bobby Flay shows you how to make Korean style lettuce wraps that are packed with pork shoulder and a quick side of kimchi to go with it. Bobby shows you how to make this authentic dish completely from scratch in this clip from the Food Network.
If you like your soup with a bit of a bite, then this tangy hot and sour soup will delight your taste buds. See how to make your own hot and sour soup at home.
This tutorial video will show you how to make a Yeolmu kimchi. Yeolmu mul kimchi (young summer radish water kimchi) is a popular summertime dish in Korea. It's not too spicy, very cool, and refreshing.
This tutorial video will teach you how to make kimchi. For this Korean recipe, you will need cabbage, Korean radishes, salt, sugar, ginger, garlic, sweet rice flour, fish sauce, hot pepper powder, oysters, green onions, onions, and possibly rubber gloves.
In this video by Maangchi, learn how to make an authentic spicy kimchi. To make this recipe you will need the following ingredients: Baechu (napa cabbage 10 lbs), salt, sweet rice flour, sugar, water, garlic, ginger, onion, fish sauce, squid, hot pepper flakes, leek, green oni ...more
Explore authentic Korean cuisine without having to go to Korea with help from this cooking tutorial! In this video, learn how to make a delicious spicy kimchi with help from a delicious recipe. Watch on to find out to make an authentic kimchi, sure to appease your taste buds!
This video shows you everything you need to know and need to make this delicious Korean classic. You'll learn how to make yummy napa cabbage kimchi right in your own home from scratch. For the whole family to enjoy this spicy tasty dish. Main Ingredients: * 1 Large Napa Cabba ...more
This tutorial Korean cooking video will teach you to make a cucumber kimchi known as oisobagi kimchi, as well as a radish soup. These recipes are some Korean favorites.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make cucumber kimchi. To make this, you will need: 20 cucumbers 3 inches in length, 1 c sea salt, 10 c water, 2 c garlic chives, 1 c green onions. For the sauce, you will need: 1 c red pepper powder, 6 tbsp fish sauce, 6 tbsp water, 2 tbsp sug ...more
Perilla leaf is a great herb that has so many uses. For one, it can be mixed with different spices and seeds to make a great side dish, can be used to make tea, and contains plenty of vitamins and minerals. This tutorial will show you two ways on how to use the herb. One will ...more
If necessary, cut kimchi into desirable size (about 2-inch lengths) Cut green onion into 2 to 3-inch length pieces Open tuna and drain oil (or water) well Mix seasoning ingredients; (red pepper, garlic, and ginger) In a pot, stir kimchi, seasoning, chopped garlic, sesame o ...more
East meets, well, east in this cross cultural stir fry dish by Guy Fieri. Fieri takes classic Chinese stir fry up a notch on the heat meter by adding spicy Korean kimchi. The result is nothing less than spectacular. Serve it up at your family's next mealtime and watch as the ...more
In order to prepare Kim chi Fusion Tacos, you will need the following ingredients: Kim chi, ground beef, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, garlic, mushrooms, black olives, cheese, taco seasoning, and flour tortillas. Dice mushrooms. Peel garlic. Brown ground beef, in a skillet. Add ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make fried kimchi rice. To make this you will need: 1 c kimchi, 2 bowls cooked rice, 2-3 tsp sugar, 1/2 tsp salt, 2 tbsp kimchi liquid, 1/2 tsp sesame oil, and sesame seeds for garnish. First, cut up kimchi into small pieces that are bite size ...more
Welcome to the Everyday Dish vegan cooking show! This is a quick and easy recipe. Turn napa cabbage into vegan kimchi with excellent results!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make kimchi. Begin with 2 cabbages. Cut the cabbages each in half to create 4 pieces. Now fill a sink with water and place in the cabbages to wash them. Then drain the water by putting them in a colander and cut each piece into 1" p ...more
Aside from its many high-end features, the camera on the LG G3 is up there with other heavy hitters like the Galaxy S5 and HTC One. With an exclusive Laser Auto Focus sensor and 13-megapixels with optical image stabilization, it's hard to ignore what this camera brings to the ...more
Smelly foods are what make my culinary world "go 'round," so to speak. I grew up with fish sauce, learned to cook with and love fermented beans and veggies, and am one of the biggest garlic advocates I know... other than my husband, who thankfully shares the same smelly food s ...more
Making a good crêpe takes practice and commitment. The batter is rich—most recipes incorporate melted butter, whole milk, and several eggs—and the cooking of the crêpe requires good technique. You have to learn to deposit and swirl just the right amount of batter to get the th ...more
If you have satisfying memories of slurping up the sweet milk left in the bowl after eating your cereal, then this cereal-infused milk will make you feel like a kid again. Although people have technically been enjoying cereal milk since the invention of cereal, it was recently ...more
Instant ramen and just-add-water noodles are lifesavers because they are convenient and fast, but they are also usually chock-full of processed ingredients and unrecognizable pieces of dehydrated meat and vegetables. These DIY cups o' noodles are still portable and fast for B ...more
In my family, if a food could be made instead of bought, it was made. It wasn't until I went to college and started eating dorm food that I tasted the store-bought versions of many kitchen staples. I quickly learned that there is an enormous quality difference between homemade ...more
You either love kimchi or you hate it, but for those of us who love it, its salty, briny, spicy crunch is the stuff of life. Honestly, if you're not eating it regularly, you should start, since it's being studied for an amazing list of health benefits, including anti-cancer, a ...more
Cooking with animal blood is as old as civilization itself. I promise that your ancient ancestors, no matter where you're from, didn't have the luxury of throwing away any part of the animal, including the very lifeblood that used to run through it. Animal blood, along with ev ...more
For the vast majority of people, coffee is a must-have in the morning. It provides a stimulating effect that not only wakes you up, but sets your mood and attitude for the rest of the day. Personally, I wouldn't get anything done without coffee. Even just making coffee provid ...more
Sushirrito offers burrito-sized sushi rolls that are on the cusp of becoming the trendiest handheld snack to hit the foodie world. According to its website, Peter Yen created the Sushirrito brand, trademarked it in 2008, and opened his first restaurant in 2011 in the Bay Area ...more
I know I'm in the majority when I say that grilled cheese sandwiches are one of life's simplest and best pleasures: gooey, rich, melted cheese, sandwiched between two perfectly-buttered pieces of toast... perfection. Don't Miss: How to Make Amazing Grilled Cheese Sandwiches ...more
This summer, I am looking forward to eating light. Lately I've been eating a lot of cold noodles, whether it be pasta salads or cold soba noodles with vegetables. I took inspiration for classic Japanese soba tsuyu dishes to compose this dish. Mine includes four different veget ...more
Bacteria gets a bad rap. Most headlines focus on the danger and discomfort posed by pathogens like bacteria, but many of the bacteria that live on and in us are vital to our health. Many products out there, called probiotics, are sold with the implication that they're supporti ...more
Learn how to make Bento with YouTube's beloved Cooking With Dog. Ingredients for Bento (serves 1) - Potato Salad - 40g Potato (1.41 oz) 10g Carrot (0.35 oz) 400cc Water (1.69 u.s. cup) 1/2 tsp Salt 4cm Cucumber (1.57 inch) A pinch of Salt 1 tbsp Sweet Corn 1/2 tsp Vinegar A ...more
Enjoy a delicious Korean dish called Bibimbop with a Japanese twist! Join Gwyneth Paltrow and Chef Lee Gross in Paltrow's GOOP kitchen to learn how to make bibimbap (mixed rice, or roughly translated to "mix it up"). Bibimbop is essentially a rice bowl that you can adorn with ...more
This video is about how to deep fry kimchi. The first step that you will have to do is to pour 1/2 cup bread crumbs in a bowl. Then just simply add 1/4 cup flour. After adding the flour, the next step is to add 1/4 cup corn meal. Then after adding corn meal, just add 2 teaspoo ...more
Suffer from an upset stomach more often than not? Put down that donut. Tweak a few unhealthy habits, and you can beat those chronic stomach problems before they flare up. You Will Need: • A food diary • Exercise • Fermented foods • Herbal tea, rice water, or apple cider ...more
Learn to make boiled peanuts and hickory smoked ham in the deep Southern tradition. To make boiled peanuts you will need: Large stock pot filled with enough water for boiling, 3/4 - 1 1/4 cup salt, 1 - 5 bay leaves, 1 tbsp. Extra Hot powdered red pepper4 lbs. raw peanuts in sh ...more
You gotta love Korean parenting techniques. Fortunately we have lost no infants, stateside. Maybe it is because we don' have their blazing fast internet speed... or perhaps it is simply that we do not consume kimchi.
Sick of the same old taco? Well, mix it up and try a unique cross-cuisine take on the Mexican taco. Everyone can enjoy the unique flavors of Korean inspired kimchi in the personal size and hand-held qualities of a taco shell. Visit Korea by way of Mexico – it’s easy to be adv ...more