In my attempt to categorize/analyze Korean sauces, I have searched high and low for some reference site or book that organizes the sauces in some structured way. No such luck. So, here’s my attempt – to me the most natural way of categorizing the sauces is to base it on what the main ingredient is. […]
Check out my post about salads in my What’s for dinner, mom?blog! There are recipes for tofu salad and raspberry spinach salad (they go really well with Korean food) and their dressings which you can make as wonderful gifts! Happy December!!
Kimchi Soondubu Jjigae is one of the variations of the spicy soft tofu stew (순두부 찌게 Soondubu Jjigae) that I wrote about some time ago. I know that my original recipe may taste a bit bland to some people and if that’s the case for you, you really have to try this version with kimchi […]
Ten years ago, I would have never imagined that Soondubu Jjigae would become so popular with non-Koreans. I always thought that it was unfortunate how Tofu got such a bad wrap for being a healthy but bad tasting food. I wanted to tell those people that it’s because you just don’t know how to make […]
Just posted Mapo Tofu recipe on my other blog at – What’s for dinner, Mom? (http://pantree.wordpress.com) It’s a healthy version with bell peppers and onions. Enjoy!
I came back home yesterday from the cold east coast winter weather…and what a glorious day it is today here back at home. It certainly felt like spring was coming ..and my Nandina plant also thought so too! So, I was visiting my sister #2 in the east coast and I took my camera with […]