A New Year Korean Feast Round-up

Looking for recipes to celebrate the New Year the Korean way? Here is a round up of traditional Holiday dishes from Eating and Living that I hope will add to your New Year celebration.

Happy New Year to you and your family, everyone! 새해 복 많이 받으세요!

Tteokguk (Rice Cake Soup) 
Modeumjeon (Fish, Shrimp and Zucchini Pan-fried in Egg Batter)
Galbijjim (Braised Short Ribs)
Manduguk (Korean dumpling soup)
Japchae (Stir-Fried Starch Noodles with Vegetables)
Nokdujeon (Savory Mung Bean Pancakes)
Gungjung Tteokbokki (Stir-fried Rice Cake with Beef and Vegetables)

Comments

  1. Beautiful dishes! Thanks for the recipe roundup!

    Wishing you a very happy New Year!

  2. Hyosun, Thank you for all your great recipes. I enjoy reading your blog so much and learning about Korean food from you! Best wishes to you and your family in the new year!

  3. Everything looks delicious! I had the opportunity to try the rice cake soup one new year made by our Korean friends. It’s delicious! Wishing you and your family a very Happy 2012!

  4. Beautiful and tasty round up!!!
    Have a wonderful New Year!!!

  5. Looks wonderful! Wishing you and your family a very Happy 2012 and the New Year be full of joy and cheer!

  6. Everything looks so good Hyosun. I’m still new to the Korean cuisine, maybe I’ll try more in the new year:)
    Wishing you a Happy New Year!

  7. Great roundup! I will definitely be making the tteokguk, I love those rice cakes and it sounds like a good way to recover from all the rich food I’ve been eating over the holidays! Happy new year to you and your family!

  8. They look fantastic! I want everything on those pictures :D Happy New Year, Hyosun! Wishing you and your family a delightful year!

  9. Thank you for this extraordinary visual feast and for all the lovely recipes that have inspired me to cook more Korean! Happy New Year!

  10. I love your blog! I love cooking, but have always been intimated by Korean cooking. My Korean husband cooks a few simple dishes like Curry and Kimchi jigge from time to time, but I’ve always wanted to cook Korean food for him, and expand our options. Thanks so much, I look forward to trying many of your recipes.

  11. My mouth is watering after looking and read this round up.

    The very happiest of New Years to you and yours!

  12. Thanks, everyone, for all your kind words and New Year wishes! Cheers!

  13. Hi Hyosun, Happy New Year to you! Thanks for posting all your wonderful recipes and I look forward to reading more of your posts this year!

  14. This is a great round up. I will have to check them all out. Thanks for sharing with us so many wonderful recipes last year. Looking forward to more this year. Happy New Year to you and family. Hugs.

  15. My very favorite is manduguk…I wish I had a korean ajjuma to cook Korean food for me every night!!

  16. Happy New Year Hyosun! My mom is here and I told her about your site and she’ll be checking your site from Japan! She really loves Korea so much and this time I was so surprised how fluent her Korean is. I love this roundup. I love Tteokbokki that my friend made – I would love to make this by myself! Just thinking and reading your Tteokbokki post made me drool, literally!

  17. these sound great! everything looks delicious!

  18. wow I would LOVE to celebrate new year the korean way.everything looks so awesome!! some people here in london confuse all these asian foods, but growing up in singapore, i must say every culture has something different and extra special! I’m mad for korean food, i love its spicy sour sweet salty flavours. linked to your blog from sissi’s and am glad I did. Off to check out modeumjeon and tteokbokki now.

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