Korean food looks great, it smells great and it tastes delicious. It is one of the central pillars to the Korean wave which is the spread of the Korean culture around the world and makes living in Korea, right here at the source, a joy for taste connoisseurs.
When you are in a rush, Bulgogi Chicken is a great way to put your stored bulgogi sauce to good use. It takes about 5 minutes to prepare and about 40 minutes in the oven. A great advantage with this dish is you can put the chicken legs on a barbecue and create a really unique and delicious barbecue flavor that will impress!
Korean dishes are notoriously tricky to pair up with wines. Due to aggressive scents and a medley of intense flavors present in typical Korean meal, pairing them with wine is not as straightforward as it does with Western dishes.
My bulgogi recipe is a very simple dish to make, it takes a small bit of preparation and then a quick fry. The best bit is you can keep the sauce for months, I tend to make it up in batches and then add a little to the meat I want to use.
Whenever I visit my parents in Daegu, my mother always sets aside my favorite fermented cabbage kimchi so I can take back to my place with me. You might think I’m hogging my family’s kimchi, but fortunately for me, I’m the only one in my family who likes it.
Kimchi is considered to be a very healthy food and is a staple of Korean cuisine. Some choose to have it as a side but with a little work, you can add this flavorful pickled and spicy dish to other recipes as well.
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