Korean

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Korean Beef and Rice hits the full trifecta: speedy, easy, and delicious! It's faster than any takeout delivery could ever hope to match. It only takes 4 steps to make, so you can whip it up whenever you want, without stress or worry. And finally, it's filled with sweet, tangy, aromatic, and savory beef with just a hint of heat ladled over nutty brown rice. Korean Beef and Rice is a weeknight dinner that carves out a piece of weekend relaxation for you to enjoy!

Posted: May 11
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Korean Fried Chicken practically bursts with flavor! Its juicy chicken is coated in Asian spices and slathered in a tangy, sweet, and sour sauce that will leave lips smacking and fingers licked. With just a hint of spicy heat, Korean Fried Chicken will have you coming back for seconds! In fact, be warned, though—this chicken is so delicious, you may want it for dinner every day.

Posted: July 22
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Galbi Jjim refers to a delicious braised short rib from Korea, usually reserved for special occasions. It certainly tastes like a special occasion! You can cut Galbi Jjim with a fork, it’s just that tender. Braised in soy sauce, garlic, and Asian pear, this dish has notes of fruity sweetness, savory tang, and mellow earthiness. Cooked alongside hearty potatoes and mushrooms, this is a full meal in one dish, one that you’ll make over and over again.

Posted: August 6
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Bulgogi translates from Korean as "fire meat" and Beef Bulgogi will undoubtedly get your tastebuds fired up! The beef itself is marinated in a delightfully fruity and tangy mixture of classic spices and gochujang—a sweet, savory, and spicy red pepper paste that you have to taste to believe. Then the thin steak slices are sautéed quickly to make them as juicy as possible. Beef Bulgogi is often served over rice or alongside kimchi, but you may be tempted just to eat it on its own. It's certainly delicious enough to do so!

Posted: May 23
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One-Pot Creamy Kimchi Shells–they're oh so tangy and oozing with cheese! A bed of bouncy pasta shells, creamy half-and-half, and gooey parmesan cheese make up the great foundation. Salty bacon strips, sour chopped kimchi, and sweet and spicy gochujang (a Korean fermented red chili paste) make up the very animated mix-ins. Together, One-Pot Creamy Kimchi Shells become an exhilarating experience for your tastebuds!

Posted: June 3
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Grilled Bulgogi Beef, pronounced "buul-GOH-ghee," originated in Korea a very, very long time ago, but luckily you still get to enjoy this delicious discovery today! The fatty, juicy ribeye is soaked in a sweet and savory sauce that also brings a little bit of spice. The marinated meat is grilled until it's nice and crispy and then served on a bed of fluffy rice and loaded with sour kimchi, sweet red cabbage, crisp cucumbers, fresh bean sprouts, and a little more spice thanks to a drizzle of sriracha sauce. Grilled Bulgogi Beef is a blast from the past that brings an explosion of flavor!

Posted: June 9
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The best of Korean barbeque comes to your backyard cookout, and after trying them, you might not want ribs of any other kind! Kalbi Short Ribs begin with marinating flavorful, beefy short ribs in a tangy, smoky-sweet, and fragrant sauce, with notes of nuttiness and crisp onions. Then the ribs are grilled to juicy, rosy tenderness... so tender that you won't believe the meat isn't falling off the bone! Kalbi Short Ribs only need a few hours to marinate, so you can prepare them the morning of the cookout with no sweat, and the results are mouthwatering! Get ready for people to beg you for the recipe!

Posted: July 19
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Bam! Whomp! Zok! The flavor of Ka-Pow Chicken blasts your tastebuds in a way you've never experienced before. The chicken is tender, juicy, and savory, but it serves as the foundation to even more incredible flavors! The sauce has notes of creaminess, tang, sweetness, and spice, infused with Korean hot pepper paste and Japanese red pepper for a "thwack!" of heat that will have you coming back for more! Ka-Pow Chicken is best served over rice so you don't miss even a little bit of the sauce. Nothing else quite compares!

Posted: July 25
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