Korean cooking forum topics:
This is Kadambari here from India.
First of all I would like to thank you Maangchi for all the efforts you have made in making it possible for us to cook Korean food at home. I am married to a Korean and we live in India. I love Korean food and my husband being a Korean can't live without it. Korean restaurants in India are very expensive so it was not possible for us to eat there all the time.
Through your blog I have been able to cook Korean food at home for both of us. According to my husband the food that I cook, based on your recipes, is awesome. Actually more than him I think they are awesome. I love eating all the Korean food that I cook. To be very frank I have started loving Korean food more than Indian. We cook Korean food more often than Indian at home, and believe me this coming from an Indian is a big thing, as most Indians can't live without their own food.
The kkakdugi that I make is loved by so many people in my family, that now my parents at times eat it with Indian food too. Anyhow I can go on about how much I love Korean food.
Finally I would like to thank you and I hope someday you get a chance to visit India and cook Korean food for your Indian Fans :)
Your dakgalbi looks superb and the photos are stunning! http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/dakgalbi
You started cooking Korean food for your Korean husband and now you can cook such delicious food at home. Your passion about cooking is shown through your comment and the photos.
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