Ddukgalbi or Korean style beef patties, a popular dish in Hawaii brought over by Korean immigrants. Korean food has always been a part of Hawaii cuisine and Ddukgalbi is one of my favorites. You can make this "jun" style by dipping in egg and flour and frying patties in a frying pan.
I thought I would share one of the recipes in our newest cookbook: "Cooking Hawaiian Style Volume 2" These are mini Korean-inspired musubi made with diced carrots, spam, korean nori, daikon and a touch of roasted sea salt. They make the perfect pupu-sized bite for any party. You can purchase our cookbooks online whic...
This is a similar recipe to how I like making my basic lumpia. It's pretty much the same thing without the Kim chew and hot sauce. The long rice gives it a nice texture and makes it stand out over typical won ton style.
The long rice seems to work better with lumpia. You can make it your own creati...
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A nice twist on the buffalo wing, this is my simple Kim Chee wing recipe wrapped with bacon. For the seasoning, I use Noh Foods Kim Chee seasoning and a few other ingredients.
Cook up a batch of these delicious Korean spicy wings for your next party or get together ... certain to be a hit!
A family favorite - Korean-Style fried tofu. The perfect side dish for any meal!
Korean braised chicken - This Korean braised chicken recipe makes a wonderful cold night dish. Feel free to add chiles and koo chu jang sauce to your heat liking.