Donella

Donella's comments

"Yay for Maangchis new show! How about... "Cooking with Maangchi" or "Maangchi in Your Home" Much Love Also if you are in the South West area, I would love to have you stop by."
in What should I name my new cooking show? — Jun/11

"Maangchi, All the food looks so good. You seemed to really like the cactus. Where I live they sell it in the grocery store, and it grows in my neighborhood. If you are in the south west and you want to buy it, they usually sell it under the name "Nopales". They even sell it in a jar, like pickles, but I have never tried it."
in Food, food in Mexico! — Mar/11

"My husband and I have made galbi tacos. They are very good. especially with fresh corn tortillas. We saw a show where they were doing it from a food truck in California and made it our selves since no one in our area made them. We tried them with shredded cabbage and kimchi in them too. Very good."
in Mexico, you are so colorful! — Feb/11

"Ramen should work fine. It may not have the same texture, but it will still be delicious. It is also commonly eaten on rice, so if you don't want to try any other noodles, just put it on rice. Its very good."
in Jjajangmyeon (Noodles in blackbean sauce) — Nov/10

"I can't believe that reporter didn't know your real name is Maangchi. Just kidding, but seriously he should have mentioned the name Maangchi more often."
in My trip to Minnesota for “Passport to Korea” — Jul/10

"I know I already commented, but I just wanted to say I have made this dish 3 times since you posted it! It is so good. My husband and I have been eating chopped kimchi pancakes, and zucchini pancakes, along with rice and other side dishes, for a few days. It is really good. I love sour kimchi. This is a little off the subject but I even started growing my own zucchini for zucchini pancakes. Thank you Maangchi!"
in Kimchi pancake (Kimchijeon) — Jul/10

"Maangchi! Thank you so much for your kimchi pancake recipe. It was incredibly good. I wanted to put rice in it and eat it like a kimchi pancake and rice burrito."
in Kimchi pancake (Kimchijeon) — Jul/10

"Thank you for replying. I was able to save/use the kimchi that was too soft by making kimchi fried rice. It was very good. I will add more salt this time. Thank you again."
in Kimchi and Kkakdugi — Jul/10

"Maangchi, I made kimchi using you recipe minus the fish sauce. It seems too sweet to me. I added extra salt to make up for the missing fish sauce. Should I add more salt? Also this batch is soft, I may have fermented it too much before putting it in the fridge. Is there any ways to save it? Or is it now best to use it in a hot dish like stew or pancakes? Thank you."
in Kimchi and Kkakdugi — May/10