The delicious mixture of rice, veggies, meat, gochujang (hot chili paste), and a fried egg seasoned with soy sauce and sesame seeds makes bibimbap a comforting food bowl.
1. Bibimbap (Rice Bowl)
Arguably Korea’s favourite noodle meal, Japchae is made comprised of glass noodles tossed in sesame oil with beef, mushrooms, and an assortment of other veggies.
2. Japchae (Stir-Fried Glass Noodles)
Koreans have a fondness for pig. And, Samgyeopsal is their form of BBQ. If you are a non-vegetarian with an affection for pork meat, you ought to taste Samgyeopsal.
3. Samgyeopsal (Korean BBQ)
Kimchi is the first thing that comes to our thoughts on the mention of Korean food. It is the finest method to get familiar with the Korean Cuisine.
4. Kimchi (Spicy Fermented Vegetables)
For all seafood fans out there, Haemul Pajeon is one dish you should put on your list. Crunchy on the outside, this pancake is constructed with rice and egg batter blended with a variety of shellfish and green onions.
5. Haemul Pajeon (Seafood Vegetable Pancake)
Gimbap or Kimbap is a popular grab-and-go Korean street meal which resemble a lot like Japanese sushi rolls. Too lovely to eat, this Korean food recipe is composed with sushi rice, beef, spinach, and stir-fried veggies wrapped in a seaweed roll.
6. Kimbap/Gimbap (Korean-Style Sushi)
Soft Tofu Stew is a party of odd flavours in a bowl. A popular Korean Stew is made with Tofu, veggies, pork, fish, and chilli paste with a raw egg poured over the top.
7. Sundubu Jjigae (Soft Tofu Stew)
Tteokbokki is a famous Korean street snack in Seoul which is created with sweet and chewy rice cakes and fish cakes.
8. Tteokbokki (Spicy Red Rice Cake)
Just like we Indians have ‘Kharode ka Soup’ in winters, Seolleongtang is a similar version and a popular Korean cuisine name in the households.
9. Seolleongtang (Ox Bone Soup)
How can this list of Korean food be complete without a dessert? Made with ice shavings and sweet toppings, Patbingsu is the most popular dessert in Korea.