Traditions of South Korean Cooking: Learning the Basic Techniques and Recipes of the South Korean CuisineWhen you think of Korean food, kimchi and beef stew are most likely the ones that would pop into your head first. Beyond the popular notions of what South Korean food is, their traditional, home-cooking cuisine is actually a glimpse of what South Korea is. A beautiful country blessed with four distinct seasons, their taste in food is a reflection of that and more. This is part of the traditions of real and authentic Korean cooking.
Korea is a country that is rich with everlasting history that spans across a time period of 4000 years!
Situated on a small fertile peninsular, with a good share or mountains that are showered with four different seasons, this is truly a land of beauty.
Korea is rich in seafood, livestock as well as wild plants such as mushrooms, shoots and rods that were found in the mountainous regions.
Strong regional techniques of drying, fermenting, salting and preserving were also spread across the lands.
The ingenious mixture of stimulating ingredients such as ginger, garlic, spring onion, and chili, combined with the fermented and salted flavorings of soybean paste or soy sauce ultimately helps to create a flavor palate that will just keep you pulling back for one more meal!
Some of the recipes provided in this book might be a little tricky, but the amount of satisfaction that you will get from making these meals will make it worth every single second spend in creating the meal.
This book contains 25 of the best of the best Korean recipes that you are going to find out there.
Each of these recipes is carefully chosen to ensure that they are not too difficult to make, so you should it be a breeze for you to experiment using them!
A DIY guide to making the salty, sweet, tangy, and spicy pickles of Korea, featuring 15 recipes ranging from traditional kimchi to new favorites with innovative ingredients and techniques.
For Asian food aficionados as well as preservers and picklers looking for new frontiers, the natural standout is Korea's diverse array of pickled products, homemade ingredients, and condiments that wow the palate. in Asian Pickles: Korea, respected cookbook author and culinary project maven Karen Solomon introduces readers to the unique ingredients used in Korean pickle-making, such as salted shrimp, fermented red pepper paste, sweet rice flour, and the right dried chile powder, and numerous techniques beyond the basic brine. and for the novice pickler, Solomon also includes a vast array of quick pickles with easy-to-find ingredients. Featuring the most sought-after Korean pickle recipes--including Whole Leaf Kimchi, Cubed Radish Kimchi, Spinach with Sesame, Stuffed Cucumber Kimchi, and more--Asian Pickles: Korea will help you explore a new preserving horizon with fail-proof instructions and a selection of additional helpful resources.
Long a favorite of in-the-know foodies, Korean cuisine is a hot food trend, with dishes like bibimbap and kimchi popping up on menus nationwide. in a PBS series, Marja Vongerichten and three-star Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten gave viewers an insider's look at Korea as they travel the country and experience its authentic flavors and cultural traditions. As the show's companion cookbook, The Kimchi Chronicles includes a recipe for every dish featured, explaining how they can be easily duplicated in an American kitchen. Chef Vongerichten also offers original dishes with a lighter, modern flair, showing how the flavors of the Korean table can be readily integrated into any meal.
For lovers of Korean food, those eager to experiment in search of an accessible introduction to thisintriguing cuisine, and readers who just want a little taste of culinary and cultural exploration outside the Western Hemisphere, The Kimchi Chronicles is sure to provide plenty of inspiration, information, and entertainment.
A DIY cookbook for crafting and cooking with kimchi at home, building on the pungent Korean Pickle's recent rise to stardom among top chefs, adventurous eaters, and connoisseur's of fermented, live-culture foods.
Korea’s legendary condiment is taking America by storm with its vibrant, versatile balance of flavor and just the right amount of spice. Making kimchi is the next frontier for anyone who enjoys DIY food projects, and homemade kimchi is a must-have for connoisseurs of the beloved Korean pickle.
Following traditional kimchi-making seasons and focusing on produce at its peak, this bold, colorful cookbook walks you step by step through how to make both robust and lighter kimchi. Lauryn Chun explores a wide variety of flavors and techniques for creating this live-culture food, from long-fermented classic winter kimchi intended to spice up bleak months to easy-to-make summer kimchi that highlights the freshness of produce and is ready to eat in just minutes.
once you have made your own kimchi, using everything from tender and delicate young napa cabbage to stuffed cucumber, you can then use it as a star ingredient in Chun’s inventive recipes for cooking with kimchi. from favorites such as Pan-Fried Kimchi Dumplings and Kimchi Fried Rice to modern dishes like Kimchi Risotto, Skirt Steak Ssam with Kimchi Puree Chimichurri, Kimchi Oven-Baked Baby Back Ribs, and even a Grilled Kimcheeze Sandwich, Chun showcases the incredible range of flavor kimchi adds to any plate.
With sixty recipes and beautiful photographs that will have you hooked on kimchi’s unique crunch and heat, The Kimchi Cookbook takes the champagne of pickles to new heights.
Learn deliciously authentic Korean cooking, from traditional Korean favorites to modern recipes including Seoul-Style fusion.
Food writer Naomi Imatome-Yun grew up in the American suburbs helping her Korean grandmother cook Korean classics and has spent over 15 years helping Korean Americans and non-Korean Americans alike discover how easy and delectable authentic Korean cooking can be.
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