my husband's party

I pre-prepared some more, but because of the flu only a few people showed up.
A refill of some of the dishes was necessary, our guests have a hearty appetite whenever it comes to Korean Food! ;-D

The gochu-jangajji recipe is from Maangchi (made a huge batch a few month ago), the other dishes I’ve made quite often over the last fourteen years; I don’t always (hardly ever, that is) stick to the recipes from my Korean cooking-books. Tastes authentic, though! ;-)

Starting top left: Maneul Jangajji, Mak Kimchi, Shin Mak Kimchi (both from the same batch), Gochu Jangajji, Ojingo Soondae, Kkakdugi, Dwaejigogi Pyeonyuk, Sigeumchi-Namul (quite similar to Maangchi’s recipe), Gochunip-Muchim (bought that one), Buchu-Kimchi, Hobak-Cheon, Jangjorim and Quail-eggs, and again (made a lot, nothing left :-)), Kkaennip Jangajji, Yeolmu-Mulkimchi, Beosot-Namul (mild), Pyogo-Beosot-Namul (hot), Miyeok-Muchim (bought that one, too).

With rice, of course!

The recipe for all these are here!


  1. sanne Munich joined 8/14 & has 299 comments

    Hi Maangchi,

    Thank you! That means a lot to me, coming from you!

    Well, the link to the recipes doesn’t seem to work; maybe I shouldn’t have included multiple links there. But with the names and the error-tolerant search on your site, it shouldn’t be too hard to find most of the dishes!

    Bye, Sanne.

  2. Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 12,045 comments

    I’m so impressed by all these Korean dishes you made! All look delicious and authentic!
    What a great birthday feast!

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