Korean Home Cooking

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Periplus, 2001 - Cooking - 128 pages
2 Reviews
A pioneer in publishing authentic cookbooks from around the world, Periplus Editions is proud to introduce the first three titles in its newest series: The Essential Asian Kitchen. Each title includes a comprehensive introduction to the country's cuisine, utensils, and ingredients, as well as step-by-step food preparation and cooking techniques. Featuring carefully selected recipes, authentic ingredients, and beautiful photography, The Essential Asian Kitchen is perfect for chefs of all levels.

Korean cooking is one of the healthiest in the world. Now, with Korean Home Cooking, discover how easy it is to create the delights of Korean cuisine at home. A variety of spicy and warming dishes graces the pages of this delicious new cookbook, including traditional favorites like classical Korean mung bean pancakes, traditional rice with Korean vegetables (Bibimbup), and cucumber kimchi with fillings, as well as modern dishes such as pan-fried fish with chili sauce and barbecued beef with vegetable skewers. All the recipes in this beautiful cookbook are accompanied by step-by-step instructions and gorgeous full-color photography. The perfect guide for cooks of all levels and ability, Korean Home Cooking has everything readers need to bring the celebrated meals of this unique Asian country into their own homes.

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Review: Korean Home Cooking: Quick, Easy, Delicious Recipes to Make at Home

User Review  - Leigh-ann - Goodreads

This entire series of books is excellent. Each recipe is explained with large, clear, colour photos, and is broken down into multiple steps. The photos are enough to make me start drooling and wishing ... Read full review

Review: Korean Home Cooking: Quick, Easy, Delicious Recipes to Make at Home

User Review  - Julian - Goodreads

After getting into Korean in Lansing, my wife got me this and Dok Suni, and I can't pick between them - sometimes I end up steering between the two for some recipes. Some lovely basics in this one, like a great bibimbop. Read full review

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