Holiday cooking

Hi, everybody! Happy Holidays!
I’ve picked some recipes for you!  It’s cold cold! How about making some steamy hot soup or special dishes to enjoy with your family members during holidays? Your homemade food will give your family warmth and coziness! I suggest making these delicious dishes.

tangsuyukSweet and sour beef (tangsuyuk):
It’ll be perfect dish for showing off your cooking skills to your relatives and friends when you get together!


Cabbage soup made with soy bean paste (baechu doenjang guk):
Healthy soup, and no meat in it.

Spicy beef soup with vegetables (Yukgaejang):
Make it a large amount to feed your family for a couple of days in a row. You deserve to take a break from cooking! Yukgaejang is  well balanced diet food: it has protein from beef and vitamins and minerals from a diverse array of vegetables. The degree of spiciness depends on your choice. You can modify the recipe to your taste.

Rice cake soup (ddeokguk):
Don’t forget to make rice cake soup on New Year’s Day. After eating 1 bowl of rice cake soup, you’ll be able to add 1 year to your age.
Haha, you are not going to make it because you don’t want to get older? : )




  1. Sylvia joined 9/08
    Posted December 24th, 2009 at 4:57 pm | # |

    oops typo

  2. Sylvia joined 9/08
    Posted December 24th, 2009 at 4:57 pm | # |

    Merry Christmas Maanchi!

    • Maangchi New York City joined 8/08
      Posted December 24th, 2009 at 5:23 pm | # |

      Merry Christmas! What are you making for Christmas? I know you are busy cooking now. ; ) Guess what I’m cooking? Turkey!

      • Sylvia joined 9/08
        Posted December 24th, 2009 at 11:20 pm | # |

        I’m making a ham on Christmas day, it’s easy, stick it in the oven and forget it.
        But, I still have Yukgaejang leftover for my breakfast.

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