Levys Zangronis

This week our Korean food fan is Levys  Zangronis from Florida. When I saw the photo of his homemade kongnamul-muchim (soy bean sprout side dish), I was very impressed! You can see the photo below: the bean sprouts were cooked perfectly and seasoned nicely so that the finished dish looks very appetizing without being overwhelmed by the seasonings.

He gave me a nice compliment on my cookbook, and especially the photos, which made me happy. He said: “I just received MY BOOK (in capital letters… yes) is the most wonderful, well done and useful book I have, with breathtaking photos. Now I can finally take the book with me directly to the market to buy the ingredients or ask for them, thanks to the illustrations. Thanks to you Maangchi! I am very proud to have it and recommend it to everyone. thanks for such a magnificent job. Congratulations.!!!!! Keep up the good work. !!!!!”

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I can picture him taking my book to a Korean grocery store to find all the ingredients he needs. The book is kind of heavy though!

Thank you, Levys! Good luck with your Korean cooking!

 Levys  Zangronis

What is your name and where do you live?
My name Is Levys Zangronis. I live in South Florida in the city of Hialeah.

Tell me about the first time you ever tasted Korean food. Where were you, and what did you eat?
I was in a Korean restaurant. I do not remember the name of the plates but everything was so good that I decide to start looking for Korean recipes to make at home.

How often do you cook Korean food?
Weekly I prepare a big batch of Korean food, freeze it, and during the week I have “special” lunches.

What are your 3 favorite Korean dishes?
Kimchi.
Soy bean sprout soup
Noodles (no matter how they are made)

What’s your best Korean dish, the one that everybody compliments you on?
Napa Cabbage Kimchi (baechu kimchi) It’s my favorite and the most eaten!!! I also made diced radish Kimchi (khakdugi) and my last success was with Yaksik…woooohooo. delicious.
I also made multi grain rice but I have no photo because it was eaten completely … as you said: delicious!!

Kimchi at homebean sprout at home soupKongnamul muchim (Soy bean sprout side dish)danmujiRadish mul-kimchi from maangchi’s  cookbook
My-baechu-kimchiBaechu kimchi (Napa cabbage kimchi)
My-KkakdugiKkakdugi (diced radish kimchi)My-YaksikYaksik (Sweetened rice with dried fruits and nuts)

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