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Tteok Sanjeok (Skewered Rice Cake with Beef and Vegetables)

Sanjeok is a variety of jeok – skewered meat and vegetables. Unlike some other jeok varieties, sanjeok is not flour- or egg-battered. The ingredients are skewered and then grilled or pan-fried. Tteok (rice cake) sanjeok is made with garaetteok, which is unsweetened rice cake that’s shaped like a long cylinder.  Garaetteok is abundant this time of […]

Sanjeok (Skewered Beef with Asparagus and Mushrooms)

  Did you know the peak season for asparagus is April to June? Look for bright green stalks that are firm with tight tips. I enjoy this delicious and healthy spring vegetable in any form. Here, I used them in a traditional Korean dish called sanjeok. It is a variety of jeok – skewered meat and […]

15 Korean New Year Recipes

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 […]

Kkaennip Jeon (Stuffed Perilla Jeon)

This Thursday is Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving/mid-autumn festival). A Korean feast always includes a variety of jeon (pan-fried battered food). Luckily, I have several different jeon dishes on this blog to help you celebrate Chuseok. For example, in my modeumjeon post, I showed you how to make a type of jeon that’s pan-fried in egg batter, […]

Songpyeon (Half-moon Shaped Rice Cake)

Songpyeon is a must-have Chuseok (Korean thanksgiving holiday) delicacy. These little rice cakes are stuffed with sweet fillings. Learn how to make songpyeon with natural food coloring options!    Tomorrow is Chuseok (추석) in Korea – one of the two most celebrated traditional holidays together with the lunar New Year Day (Seollal/설날). Also referred to as Hangawi (한가위), […]