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Main dishes (47 recipes) see all
Traditionally the main dish of any Korean meal is rice, which is supported by soup and banchan. However, in Korean restaurants these dishes are often presented to customers as main dishes.
Side dishes "Banchan" (71 recipes) see all
The typical Korean meal is made up of banchan, soup, and rice.
Types of Kimchi (14 recipes)
Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish made of seasoned vegetables and salt. Koreans eat it at nearly every meal. It can be fresh, like a salad, or it can be fermented. While the most popular variety is spicy kimchi made of cabbage, there are hundreds of different types of kimchi made of different vegetables, and not all of them spicy. Kimchi is also a main ingredient in other Korean dishes.
Traditionally, Korean meals don't usually have desserts served at the end. The sweet things in this category are meant to be served on special occasions, by themselves as refreshments, or with tea.
Vegetarian (61 recipes) see all
Beef dishes (21 recipes) see all
Appetizers (30 recipes) see all
A Korean meal doesn't usually have an appetizer as Western meals do. Side dishes may come out first, but are considered part of the main meal, not as a prelude. These dishes, however, could be used as appetizers in a Western meal.
Chicken (8 recipes)
Noodles (11 recipes)
Rice cakes (11 recipes)
Stews (9 recipes)
Kimchijjigae, kongnamool muchim
김치찌개, 콩나물 무침
Doenjang chigae, gutjulee
Lunchbox items "Doshirak" (12 recipes)
Spicy Recipes (54 recipes) see all
Nonspicy Recipes (94 recipes) see all
Drinks (3 recipes)
Pancakes (11 recipes)
The Korean word "jeon" is often translated as "pancakes," but jeon are not just a breakfast food, they're eaten at all meals as side dishes, or as snacks. At their simplest they're food coated in flour and egg and then pan-fried with a bit of oil. Some incorporate vegetables, meat, and fish into a batter which is pan-fried with a bit of oil. Hoddeok is not jeon, but it's closer to the western idea of a pancake.
Pork & porkbones (10 recipes)
BBQ (7 recipes)
Cold dishes (31 recipes) see all
Porridges (5 recipes)
Staple ingredients (3 recipes)
Some ingredients used in other recipes are traditionally made at home instead of store bought. The quality of homemade is almost always better.
Non-Korean recipes (11 recipes)
These delicious recipes are not natively or traditionally Korean. They're ethic recipes taught to Maangchi by some of her readers, or Korean fusion experiments.