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umma

Member for 6 years 4 weeks


Current Location: 
Seattle, Washington
My most-used cookbook: 
"Eumshik Donguh Bogam" from a Korean publisher called Hakwonsa
My go-to dish: 
Dduk mandu guk for Sunday brunch
Favorite Cuisine: 
Korean
Best meal ever: 
A couple of years ago I had a meal at a small restaurant in Korea; it's called ssam jungsik - it had all kinds of fresh vegetable wraps with diferent kinds of meats.
Favorite travel destination: 
Himalayas

Contributions

Recipe
Posted 04-28-10 Dak Yukgaejang (Quick Spicy Chicken Soup)
닭육개장
This quick recipe for Dak Yukgaejang, a typical spicy Korean soup, uses chicken instead of beef.
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Posted 04-28-10 Toran Guk (Taro Soup)
토란국
A simple yet traditional soup that is often made for Korean thanksgiving.
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Posted 04-20-10 Kimchi Bokkeum (Stir Fried Kimchi)
김치볶음
Simple stir-fried kimchi mellows out the flavor of kimchi and makes a nice side dish with rice.
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Posted 04-20-10 Gujeolpan (Nine Section Dish)
구절판
This is a traditional dish made up of a variety of vegetables that is served in a nine-sectioned container.
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Posted 04-20-10 Doraji Namul (Seasoned Bellflower Roots)
도라지나물
The texture of the doraji roots makes this a unique side dish, although it is simply seasoned.
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Posted 04-20-10 Moo Guk (Korean Radish Soup)
무국
An easy, healthy and mild tasting soup that offsets lots of spicy banchan.
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Posted 04-19-10 Hobak Namul (Korean Squash Salad)
호박나물
A super easy and quick way to prepare hobak, or Korean squash.
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Posted 04-19-10 Gaji Namul (Korean Eggplant Banchan)
가지나물
Korean-style spicy eggplant makes a nice side dish.
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Posted 04-19-10 Dasima Twigim (Korean Fried Kelp)
다시마 튀김
Sugar and kelp? A strange but really tasty combination.
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Posted 04-19-10 Kongnamul Muchim (Seasoned Bean Sprouts)
콩나물 무침
This is a very simple and light-tasting banchan that you can eat along with rice, or you can also use this as an ingredient in bibimbap.
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