15 Korean New Year Recipes

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As 2016 comes to a close, I want to thank everyone for another great year at Korean Bapsang! Thank you so much for reading, cooking, sharing and commenting on my recipes! I hope to share many more delicious recipes for you to try in 2017. 

Here, I’ve updated my New Year recipe roundup for 2017! Hope these traditional Holiday dishes from Korean Bapsang will help inspire you for the New Year celebration the Korean way.

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

  1. Tteokguk (Rice cake soup)

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     2. Mandu (Korean dumplings)

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      3. Galbijjim (Braised beef short ribs)

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      Also see slow cooker galbijjim and Instant Pot Spicy Galbijjim.     

4. Sataejjim (Slow cooker beef shank)

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     5. Tteokgalbi (Beef short rib patties)

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     6. Modeumjeon (Fish, shrimp, zucchini pan-fried in egg batter)

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     7.  Nokdujeon (Mungbean pancakes)

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     8. Kkaennip jeon (Stuffed perilla jeon)

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     9. Wanjajeon (Pan-fried meatballs in egg batter)

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     10. Yukjeon (Pan-fried battered beef)

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     11. Tteok sanjeok (Skewered rice cake with beef and vegetables) 

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     12. Japchae (Stir-fried starch noodles with beef and vegetables)

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     13. Gungjung Tteokbokki

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     14.  Nabak kimchi (Water kimchi)

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     15. Youngyang chaltteok (Healthy sweet rice cake)

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Finally, no Korean feast can be without vegetable side dishes. Traditionally, vegetables are served in three colors (white, black/brown, and green), which are collectively called samsaek namul, 삼색나물. 

Typically, they are doraji (bellflower roots), gosari (fiddlehead ferns), and siguemchi (spinach) namul dishes. 

Happy New Year!