Korean-Style Short Ribs

By Marcus Samuelsson | December 12, 2013

(Photo by ccho)
(Photo by ccho)

(Photo by ccho)

Most people think of short ribs as being time consuming to cook, but they do not have to take all day to prepare. This recipe is inspired by the galbi — barbecued beef — that I love to get in Koreatown. If you have kimchi on hand go ahead and serve it with this.

Korean Bibimbaap Recipe

By Sara Mae Danish | April 16, 2013

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korean, bibimbaap, vegetables, ethnic

Korean bibimbaap is served up hot in a stone pot.

A great way to get inspired about your veggies and grains is to explore how different cultures prepare them. It will open your mind and palette to so many different tastes and textures as well as introduce some ‘exotic’ vegetables to the oh-so-predictable veggie list of kale, broccoli and cauliflower!

STORY: How to Spice Up a Vegetarian Dish

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A few more Korean-inspired dishes for you to try:

Korean Chicken Wings

Korean Wonton Tacos with Napa Slaw

Pork Kimchee and Noodle Stir-Fry



Bibimbap Recipe

By admin | December 13, 2011


Besides being fun to say, bibimbap, a classic Korean dish, is comforting and nutritious, incorporating whole grains, proteins and veggies into one steaming hearty dish. Bibimbap can be served hot or cold – my favorite is dolsot bibimbap, which comes served in a sizzling hot stone bowl and topped with a raw egg that cooks as you stir it into the steaming rice. The flavor of bibimbap is unmistakable and unique. It’s also easy to recreate at home.

Bibimbap is essentially a well-constructed stirfry, though a few ingredients are non-negotiable. Read More


Korean Wonton Tacos with Napa Slaw Recipe

By marcussamuelsson.com | October 13, 2011

Photo: Matt DeTurck

Korea is well known for is their street food. Their big street stalls and food trucks offer a plethora of choices such as fried chicken feet, barbequed beef, and fried wonton dumplings. Korean street food is a perfect combination of authentic dishes that are ready-to-eat at an affordable price.

In this recipe we’re combining one of everyone’s favorite street food, the taco, with more Korean-style flavors. We replaced the regular taco tortilla and instead use fried Wonton skins as the “shell.” The sweet Napa slaw adds a hint of sweetness to the spicy Korean pork filling. The crunchy Wonton skin, the spicy Korean pork, and the sweet Napa slaw make for a perfect combination for a street food you can make right at home. Read More


Pork Kimchee and Noodle Stir-fry Recipe

By marcussamuelsson.com | September 7, 2011

Photo: Naotake Murayama

Looking for an easy stir-fry that still tastes like summer, but will prepare you for the fall? Then look no further then this simple Pork Kimchee and Noodle Stir-fry Recipe. It may sound like a mouthful to say, but it certainly is one for your taste buds with the pungent taste of kimchee and the delicate tastes of zucchini and rice noodles mixed together to make this delectable stir-fry dish. Read More

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