There are some incredible Korean dishes to try, from tangy, spicy kimchi to tender braised beef. The dishes below are mostly South Korean, which tend to be spicier and ‘saucier’ than the flavours you’ll find in North Korea. Although it might be hard to travel anywhere at the moment, you can still cook up some of these super recipes at home!
The recipes are a mixture of super traditional Korean food as well as some fusion cooking from America. They aren’t just any recipes either as they come from some of the world’s best food bloggers. Make sure you bookmark the ones you like and take time to browse the other dishes.
Korean food is tasty and packed full of flavour. Prepare to drool.
The Best Korean Dishes
Super simple, easy and refreshing somen noodle salad recipe that’s healthy (vegan friendly) and kid-friendly (not spicy)!
Recipe created by Georgie.
Instant Pot Korean Beef is a simple dish that’s full of Asian flavours. Make this recipe for dinner tonight in under an hour. One of the tastiest Korean dishes you will ever taste.
Recipe created by Olivia.
This Korean Kimchi and Bacon Fried Rice is inspired by the Korean traditional way of cooking kimchi fried rice. The Korean flavours are enhanced by the infusion of Danish bacon to create a special East-meets-West dish.
Recipe created by Haini.
These Korean steak tacos are the business! Deliciously marinated steak cooked to perfection, spicy gochujang aioli, charred tortillas, and some cabbage for crunch. So simple to make and even easier to eat half a dozen…
Recipe created by Gavin.
This incredible easy Korean BBQ Burger is packed full of flavour with a grilled burger topped with Korean style coleslaw for an easy Asian-inspired summertime dinner recipe.
Recipe created by Jade.
Korean Grilled Tuna is grilled and seasoned with a sweet and spicy gochujang glaze, making it perfect for summertime and seafood cooking outdoors.
Recipe created by Sue.
Crispy yet juicy fried chicken bites dunked in a spicy, sweet and savoury Korean Gochujang sauce – topped with extra sesame seeds and fresh spring onions.
Recipe created by Kay.
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