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    to be sure to prepair a good korean meal. Please help me what to serve.

    Of course Kimchi, Kabli, or bulgogi for the basiscs but then

    how many vegetables dishes, soup extra salade,

    can some help me to set the table with the wright dishes.

    many thanks susanne



    Most Korean restaurants here serve meals that include a salad, rice porridge and the main course accompanied with plain rice and maybe at least 5 different side dishes (e. g. : cabbage kimchi, ponytail radish kimchi, spinach, soybean sprouts, stirfried dried anchovies, black beans, potatoes, zucchini, etc.)



    Oh and as an appetizer you could serve a seafood pancake, it is delicious!



    at a home cooked korean meal, i usually had 4 or 5 kinds of kimchi.. typically water radish kimchi, regular cabbage kimchi, ponytail radish kimchi, kakktoogi, stuffed cucumber kimchi and sometimes mustard leaf kimchi or sweet radish pickles (they’re yellow – i didn’t like them, but you can buy them premade).. we’d have 1 or 2 meat dishes, like jangjorim, and maybe some fish dish, of course a bowl of rice (i like the mixed rice with barley and wild rice and beans)… and some soup.. like soybean paste soup, kimchi chigae or tongtae chigae (pollack stew).. so basically every meal was a table full of food. but whatever we didn’t eat went in the fridge and we ate it for breakfast, lunch and dinner until it was finished. lol

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