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Full recipe: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/gamja-salad Korean style potato salad! Many people have asked me to post the recipe for this, and here it is: it's called gamja-salad in Korean or simply "potato salad" in English. Cold, smooth, slightly sweet mashed potatoes, almost like ice cream, with crispy cucumber. Delicious!
Full recipe: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/kimbap Gimbap is a delicious Korean seaweed and rice roll that's perfect for picnics and potlucks. It's sometimes called "Korean sushi", but the rice isn't prepared with vinegar like Japanese sushi, it's made with sesame oil.
In this video I'll show you how to make a spicy kind of Korean icy cold noodles called bibim-naengmyeon. It's ice cold and made with a slightly sweet, vinegary, spicy sauce, and cucmber and pear. When you eat it, first thing you need to do is mix it up in the bowl, which is why it’s called bibim, which means “mixed up” in Korean (like bibimbap - mixed rice). Full recipe: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/bibim-naengmyeon Translate the subtitles in this video to your language: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=QYl0n8YpojA&ref=share
http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/seoklyu-cha Today I'd like to share my pomegranate tea recipe with you. Pomegranate is known as a super fruit in many cultures. They say it helps tighten skin, strengthen muscles, and control body fat. It's also known to boost our immune system to fight cancer, lower cholesterol, and prevent us from risk of heart disease. It sounds like a super food, right? Make some tea, and let me know how it turns out! You can keep it in the fridge and enjoy the tea for up to 1 month, so make a lot and drink tea with your friends and family, or give it as a gift to someone you love!
The written recipe and tips are here.
Are you looking for something refreshing, light, healthy, and cold cold cold? Yes, how about a cold cucumber side dish? In Korean it’s called oi-naengguk and it’s perfect for summer! The thin cucumber matchsticks soaked in icy cold, sweet, sour, salty, and garlicky brine will please your appetite. The cold temperature is a nice surprise and the crispy but soft texture of the cucumber is wonderful.
A great thing about this side dish is that you can make it in 5 minutes, and you don’t need to cook anything at all. Just cut the ingredients and mix.
Make this in the summer time, and I guarantee everyone will love it. My cookbook co-writer, Lauren, learned how to make this when she was recipe testing, and got a ton of stars from her family when she served it. They are all fans of oi-naengguk now, and when the book was done Lauren told me it’s one of her favorite Korean dishes. I was surprised!
I originally posted an oi-naengguk video years ago, but this one is a little updated and is a vegetarian version, and the video is HD. If you’re looking for the old one, it’s still here.
Ingredients (serves 4)
1 large English cucumber (12 ounces) or 2 to 3 kirby cucumbers, chilled
1 clove garlic, minced
1 green onion, chopped
1 tablespoon chopped fresh red chili pepper (optional)
1 ½ teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon soy sauce
2 teaspoons sugar
4 teaspoons vinegar
5-6 cherry tomatoes, sliced (optional)
1 cup cold water
7-8 ice cubes (1 cup)
1- 2 tablespoons sesame seeds, ground