Bulgogi (Korean Barbecued Beef)
Bulgogi is a marinated meat dish made with thin slices of beef, usually rib-eye. It is no doubt one of the most well-known Korean dishes to non-Koreans. The important thing is to find the right balance between saltiness and sweetness. Using generous amounts of garlic and sesame oil is important to create authentic bulgogi. The same marinade also can be used for chicken or pork. The best way to enjoy Korean barbecued meat is to wrap a bite-sized piece in a lettuce leaf with a dollop of ssamjang (spice paste) or doenjang (soybean paste).
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Bibimbap
This classic recipe comes to us from NYC's The Woo, where Executive Chef Eli Martinez cooks up modern takes on iconic Korean dishes.Once you have all of the ingredients prepped, bibimbap is a fairly simple dish. We suggest making big batches of the components ahead of a dinner party or for weekday meal prep, and then assembling and cooking the dish will only take a matter of minutes.
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Gyeranjjim (Korean Steamed Eggs)
Gyeranjjim is a popular Korean side dish. It is a custard-like steamed egg casserole. Because it's so simple to make, this is a side dish that I frequently add to a meal at the last minute. Gyeranjjim is a humble and adaptable dish — you can make it just with eggs and scallions or with other chopped vegetables like carrots, onions, and/or zucchini. Shrimp and pollack roe are often added, too. To thin the eggs and enhance the flavor, I use anchovy broth, which is typically used for this dish. But chicken stock, vegetable broth, or even water work as a substitute. This side dish is usually served in a small stone pot (ttukbaegi) in Korean restaurants. Here, I used a regular ramekin.
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Roasted Korean Chicken Wings
Set up for the big game with a new kind of chicken wing. Marinate the chicken in a soy sauce-honey mixture and then toss in a simple (spicy) chile-ginger sauce.Recipe courtesy of Flavors of Aloha: Cooking with Tommy Bahama.
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Korean-Style Ribs
Healthy eating is in the forefront of most people’s minds these days, especially mine since I just turned 40! And there is no better time than spring and summer with all the fresh fruits and veggies! I love eating simple fresh, light, and bold flavors.
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Mandu
Mandu are Korean dumplings stuffed with a mixture of various meats and vegetables. There are many variations of mandu. Some classic versions are gogi mandu (which has meat as the main ingredient in the filling), yachae mandu (vegetable), and kimchi mandu. The cooking method also varies. Mandu can be steamed, deep-fried, pan-fried, boiled, or used to make soup. Mandu are usually made in large quantities and frozen for later use. Frozen mandu are easy to prepare as a delicious snack, appetizer, or meal, making it a home-cooked favorite for my two kids away at school. Click here to see Celebrate the Korean New Year.
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Executive chef Andy Choi of Cherry in New York City puts his own spin on chicken wings by creating a spicy sauce made with red pepper paste and bacon fat drippings.  Click here to see 24 Chicken Wing Recipes for Fall
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Korean bibim gook soo
Now that the weather is getting warmer, it's the perfect time to enjoy Korean bibim gook soo. This cold noodle dish is served in a spicy sauce and topped with a hard-boiled egg, fresh cucumber slices, sliced Japanese pear, kimchi, and a sprinkle of sesame seeds. It can be made vegetarian or for meat lovers, with sliced beef. This recipe is a modern take on the tradional Korean dish, with a fruity sauce that adds a little sweet to the spice. 
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Korean Braised Tofu
Growing up as a child in Korea, this dish was one of the regulars in my home-packed school lunches (dosirak/bento) which usually consisted of rice and a few side dishes. I like it braised, but you can omit braising and simply pour the sauce over the pan-fried tofu.
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meatballs
There has been growing popularity of meatballs and meatball restaurants nationwide over the past several months and experts are declaring bold, ethnic flavors as one of the biggest food trends for 2016 — namely Gochujang Sauce (pronounced Go-CHOO-jang), which they are hailing as the next Sriracha. Gochujang is the next, must-try sauce and Noodles & Company is the first national fast-casual restaurant concept to put it on its menu with the addition of new Korean BBQ.Imagine flavorful meatballs tossed with a sweet and spicy Korean-style Gochujang barbeque sauce — yum! 
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Korean Fried Chicken Wings
"Before anyone points out that my last book was on healthy eating and I now have Korean fried chicken on the menu, I’m not suggesting you eat this every day. I don’t even eat it once a month. But when I do, I bloody love it. Hot, sweet, dark, messy, and wickedly good. I am not a fan of deep-frying—I get the children to stand by with a fire blanket when the fat gets to that rolling stage—but sometimes it is worth the effort (and I did try various “oven-baked” versions to make life easier for you, but they didn’t cut the mustard). This is Friday night food, but it’s not for cooking when you’re in a hurry. Best if two of you can share the deep-frying duties. Get the beers in, guys." - Diana Henry, author of A Bird in the Hand: Chicken Recipes for Every Day and Every MoodClick here for more of our best chicken recipes
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Chicken Wings
Marinade the wings overnight in a sweet and salty sauce for the juiciest, tastiest chicken you’ve ever made.This recipe is courtesy of Eat the Love.
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