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Korean food is one of the healthiest on the planet. Just like other Asian cuisines, Korean cooking is also based on fresh ingredients, vegetables and meats. Korean dishes are cooked simply, without much oil and served with steamed rice on the side.

One of the most well known Korean dishes is the spicy, garlicky and salty kimchi. If you are a fan of Korean kitchen, you probably have tried some of these dishes.

Here we have selected ten delicious Korean recipes that you can easily prepare in your home!

1. Bibimbap

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Recipe via ohmydish.com

This one is a popular dish, the word bibimbap literally means ‘mixed rice’. It is basically a large bowl of rice topped with fresh and cooked vegetables and a red chili paste called gochujang. Topped with minced meat and a fried egg plopped on top.Serve the vegetables in small bowls on the side so everyone can dig in and combine however they like their bibimbap.

2. Korean Meatball Rice Bowl

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Recipe via portandfin.com

There are at least two amazing things featured in this recipe. One is the beautiful Korean meatballs with their slightly sweet, slightly tangy, Asian-inspired taste. The other one is the kimchi sour cream sauce. It is basically kimchi pulsed in a food processor with some sour cream, resulting in a tangy, vinegary, creamy sauce that pairs perfectly with the rest of this dish.

3. Korean Bok Choy Salad

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Recipe via blog.seasonwithspice.com

This one is a super healthy salad, the Korean Bok Choy Muchim. After blanching the baby bok choy it is than seasoned with Korean red chili paste and Korean fermented soy bean paste. You can serve it as a cold appetizer or as a side dish with simple soy-glazed salmon or rice dishes.

4. Korean Bulgogi Rice Bowl

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Recipe via www.theroastedroot.net

Bulgogi is one of Korea’s most popular dishes. It is made from thinly sliced sirloin or another prime cut of beef. The meat is marinated in a mixture of fresh ginger, garlic, soy sauce, sesame oil and brown sugar (or honey) for two to four hours to enhance the flavor and to make the meat tender. Try this flavorful, filling meal next time you fancy a BBQ!


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