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[18 Nov 2013 | No Comment | 11,118 views]
Korean Seaweed Soup

Korean seaweed soup ( 미역국 ) is a definitely healthy and delicious way to incorporate seaweed into your diet. Traditionally, Koreans would serve this on birthdays and after giving birth. They say that the seaweed helps the new mother to heal. You may wonder what foods Koreans eat on special days?
Korean Seaweed Soup
Seaweed soup has about 40 kinds of minerals, DHA, vitamins, iodine and other nutrients. It has 200 times more calcium than rice, 25 times more than spinach and 13 times more than milk. Seaweed soup is known to …

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[2 Sep 2013 | No Comment | 7,527 views]
Korean Cuisine: Songpyeon

During Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day), the years harvested grains and fruits accentuate the flavor of some Korean cuisine. Although there are many tasty treats or dishes during the harvest season, the one that stands out above all else is Songpyeon, traditional Chuseok rice cakes. You’d be surprised to find that there are many different types of Songpyeon. It’s considered quite special, considering the amount of work that goes into making Songpyeon. The half-moon shaped Korean rice cakes are made by kneading rice flour using hot water and mung beans, and …

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[4 Aug 2013 | No Comment | 15,843 views]
Korean Cuisine: Bibimbap

Bibimbap is Korean mixed rice with vegetables and it tastes a little sweet and sour.

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[11 Jul 2013 | No Comment | 4,525 views]
Korean Cuisine: Mustard salad

Mustard salad ( Kyujachae ) is one of famous Korean cuisine. Mustard Salad is cold vegetable salad and the hot mustard makes the main taste particular. Today, in Emagasia, we have the recipe for this delicious and healthy Korean food – Mustard salad. This steps of the dishes are similar to those of the Western salad.
Mustard salad
Mustard salad ingredients

1 cucumber, 1/4 Pear, 1/2 carrot
chicken ( breast ) 200g, 5 chestnuts
1 egg,7 tablespoon dry mustard, 3 teaspoons pine nuts
1 teaspoons soy sause, 3 teaspoons sugar, 2 teaspoons salt, 1/2 cup vinegar, …

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[3 Jul 2013 | No Comment | 8,779 views]
Korean Cuisine: Kimchi Recipe

Today, we have we Kimchi recipe in Emagasia, in order to teach you how to make Kimchi, the delicious yet high in nutrition Korean cuisine. The instruction is very simple, easy and understandable. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s go and prepare the ingredients and start make this delicious, high in nutrition Korean food Kimchi.
Kimchi Recipe
Kimchi Recipe Ingredients

Please prepare the Kimchi Recipe ingredients as follows. More of the dried red chili pepper flakes if you like things spicy, less if you don’t.

Napa Cabbage – approximately one pound
1 Carrot
4 cups of …

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[27 Jun 2013 | No Comment | 19,658 views]
Korean rice cakes

Korean rice cakes is one of Korean traditional food. Like many other countries, Korea has various kinds of traditional food. Among them, one that is always on the table is rice cakes ( tteok ). Korean rice cakes is made from rice or cereal flour and either steamed or boiled. It is prepared for all occasions whether happy or sad, for Korean birthdays, festive days, or funerals.
Korean rice cakes
Korean birthday cake ( Baekseolgi )
Starting with baegil ( a feast for a baby’s 100th day ) followed bu dol ( the …

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[3 May 2013 | No Comment | 4,834 views]
Korean Cuisine: Japchae

Japchae is one of the Famous Korean Food in Korea which made by the Korean transparent noodles, it’s just like the Chinese noodles but it is more thick and smooth in taste. A lot of Korean like to take Japchae together with Kimchi, did you try that before? Here will have the Japchae making recipe, after u try it, together with Kimchi making recipe i post before, you will get Japchae Kimchi.
Japchae
So, what are you waiting for? want to know how it taste? go and prepare the ingredients and there …

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[26 Apr 2013 | No Comment | 14,377 views]
Korean Cuisine: Kimchi

Kimchi was conceived in Korea around the 7th century. Many years ago, Kimchi was merely regarded as a salted vegetable. Yet, throughout the 12th century, with the addition of several spices and seasonings, it grew steadily in popularity. It wasn’t until the 18th century that hot red pepper was finally used as one of the major ingredients for making Kimchi. In fact, the very same Kimchi as we know it today has retained the same qualities and cooking preparations that prevailed ever since it was first introduced. Now, You can …