Korean-Style kim chee, potato pancakes using Hawaii's favorite Halm's kim chee and making a simple sauce using Halm's new Korean poke sauce or sriracha.
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.
I love this dish because it brings together all of the flavors and ingredients that I absolutely love... pork, noodles, blackbean sauce...
This kalua pig (pulled pork) kim chee soup recipe is the perfect blend of Hawaiian and Korean cuisine. You get the tender, salty kalua pig or hawaiian pulled pork combined with the spicy, tangy kim chee in one soup.
This Kim Chee Vinaigrette is great as a salad dressing, seasoning base or marinade for meat and fish!!
Bits of pork, potato and onion are mixed into the batter making this a very hearty pancake, while the addition of Kimchi gives it a spicy kick. Make sure you cook the pancake a good long while as there is raw pork in the batter. For a vegetarian option, simply omit the pork. It takes a little practice to turn a ...
This delicious Kim Chee Pizza recipe makes enough for 4 artisan pizzas.
Korean Kim Chee Dip - an easy 3 ingredient dip. Unusual and a delicious dip that is prepared in mere seconds!
I don't know where the term "jun" came from, but I suspect its from the Korean word jeon (jun) for pancake. Meat jun which seems to be a Hawaii-Korean dish is made of thin strips of marinated beef dipped in egg, flour, then pan fried. Great for potlucks and picnics as it tastes great hot or cold.
Korean burritos, the latest craze in Korean-Mexican fusion and I have to agree, these are absolutely delicious!!
An island favorite Kim Chee Mussel Poke!!
If you like your wings extra crispy and spicy, then you will love these!!
One of the highlights of eating at a Korean BBQ restaurant for me is the shoyu braised potatoes...I can eat bowls of this stuff!!
Here, I braised the meatballs in a soy based sweet and savory sauce (jorim jang) commonly used in Korean cooking. For the meatballs, I like to use a mixture of beef and pork. Of course, you can use all beef or all pork depending on your preference. Typically, Korean meatballs include tofu, mushrooms, carrots, onions and/or scallions as ...
Quick and easy spin on a traditional Korean dish (Bulgogi) made into turkey patties. Perfect as a main dish or in a sandwich for lunch!
Kimbap or Gimbap is the korean version of the japanese sushi roll. You can fill it with just about anything that you prefer.
This Kimchee Burgers with Soy Sesame Mayo is the perfect go to dish for outdoor parties or barbecues!