Korean cuisine is today’s new “it” food, and Korean Cooking is the perfect introduction to making it at home.
With a tantalizing balance of tastes and textures and the satisfying crunch of pickled and fermented vegetables, Korean dishes deliver incredible variety to every meal—and its emphasis on vegetables and grains makes these dishes as healthy as they are delicious! But while Korean BBQ restaurants are popping up around the country and the recent release of Chef Roy Choi’s acclaimed memoir, L.A. Son, has turned a spotlight on its incredible flavors, home cooks are still mystified by the process of making Korean food.
Thankfully, award-winning chef Soon Yung Chung takes the stress out of cooking Korean. Filled with simple recipes and using ingredients that can be found in most American grocery stores, this Korean cookbook gives readers step-by-step recipes on how to make Korean barbecue and kimchee plus other popular favorites like:
- Zesty Bean-noodle Japchae
- Rice and Vegetable Bibimbap
- Steamed Spareribs
Accessible and easy-to-follow, Korean Cooking will tempt home cooks at every level of expertise to incorporate the tantalizing combination of fiery peppers and fragrant sesame oil into their dinner repertoire.