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Bibimbap. Korean Fried Chicken. Kimchi. There’s no doubt Korean food is delicious – made up of bold flavours and comforting dishes – but many people unfairly assume it’s too difficult to cook at home.
In Korean Made Easy, Seji Hong demonstrates the simplicity of the country’s cuisine and reveals how to create some of its best-loved dishes by mix and matching just seven store cupboard ingredients: Gochujang, Doenjang, Ganjang (Soy sauce), Rice, Sesame oil, Fish sauce and Gochugaru, along with a few extras that can easily be found in supermarkets.
All the recipes in this book are simple enough for kitchen novices but are also sure to excite more seasoned cooks, with classics including Beef Bulgolgi and Cold Spicy Noodles, as well as street-food favourites such as Tteokbokki, Gochujang Chicken Skewers and Korean Corn Dogs.
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