This savory Korean pancake recipe is made with spicy kimchi and is a flavorful appetizer or side dish.
Revamp your summer hot dogs and top them with creamy cheddar cheese and crunchy, tangy, spicy kimchi. It’s the perfect gourmet combo.
What’s more beautiful than a runny egg yolk? Poached or fried, a perfectly cooked egg is a fun way to lend extra richness (and protein!) to pasta dishes, rice bowls—even pizzas! These 10 recipes are sure to eliminate any notion that eggs are just for breakfast.
For those who prepped for the hibernation season back in the fall, the time is ripe for enjoying the pickled and preserved ingredients that have been waiting to be popped out of those airtight jars. Here are five satisfying recipes that will add that tickle to your salivary glands.
Kimchi: Fermented cabbage and radish pickle made with Chinese cabbage and some spices. The fermented vegetables along with chili taste amazing and filled with lip-smacking flavors.
Load up in nutritious probiotics by making delicious kimchi that is perfect with fried rice, ramen, noodles, to top burgers and so much more. It is easier to create than you think.
In less than ten minutes, create a bowl of spicy kimchi and pork belly fried rice topped with a glorious egg.
A great digestion aid, making your own kimchi is easy and a deliciously spicy condiment to have on hand.
Executive chef of Jordan Winery Estate, Todd Knoll creates dishes that pair with their wide variety of wines featuring fresh produce grown on the property.
Cooked low and slow in a mixture of brown sugar, hoisin, and gochujang, this flavorful Korean pork can be used in sandwiches along with a tangy cucumber kimchi.
Be it for brunch or a game day appetizer, tater tots loaded like nachos with bold Korean flavors like pork, kimchi, avocado, and gochujang aioli are sure to be a party.
A basic recipe for kimchi that can be adjusted and fermented as much as you’d like. Try adding green apple, cucumber, or carrots for more crunch.
Make your own kimchi and have it on hand as a spicy topping for just about anything.
Baked fries with chili powder, onions, and kimchi are rounded out with melted cheese, scallions and bacon to create the ultimate snack and pick-me-up.
Fusing flavors is a delicious way to enjoy two cuisines in one mouthful. Try maple Korean baked chicken and Belgian waffles spiked with kimchee.
Kimchi is a delicious topping to have in the fridge. Not only does it add spice to your meal, but it also add nutritional benefits, especially probiotics.
Chef David Chang serves up a classic winter side dish with his signature, a delicious New York – Asian twist.
Transform leftover rice into a salty, spicy, mouthwatering dinner with just a few added ingredients that pack a flavorful punch.
Big bunches of spinach cook down to add nutritional value to this spicy fried rice dish.
Update this picnic classic with a global twist by adding spicy Korean kimchi to the filling.
The Montreal favorite, french fries topped with cheese curds and gravy, gets an international update with the addition of kimchi.
Kimchi is a very nutritious dish that is high in fiber and low in calories because the main ingredients are vegetables.
Feel free to add extra heat, protein or whatever else strikes your fancy to this awesome recipe.
A spicy and sour Korean kimchi stew to really wake up your palate.