Showing posts with label Korean/Japanese cooking 韩 / 日式烹饪. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Korean/Japanese cooking 韩 / 日式烹饪. Show all posts

June 20, 2015

Sweet Korea Pancake (Hotteok) - Pre Mix Version

Hotteok is a one of the street snacks in Korea.
My children love the Hotteok. It has a well-balanced smell of melted sugar and cinnamon and of course it is better to eat it whilst still hot!

 If you are interested in making these sweet pancakes from scratch, check out this homemade version recipe.

September 28, 2014

Korean Army Stew (Budae Jjigae)

Budae Jjigae is a popular Korean dish with lots of seasonal ingredients such as mushrooms, kimchi, tofu, instant noodles, rice cake, korean fish cake, hot dogs and pork. The preparation is so easy.  The children love this delicious stew.

November 17, 2013

Jap Chae (Korean Glass Noodles)

Jap Chae is a very common Korean side dish.  Every time when you watch Korea series, the "Ahjummas" always cook this dish.  Korean glass noodle is also called 'Dang -myeon" and It is made from sweet potatoes starch and is in grey colour. They are also gluten free and we love that springy and light texture.

October 15, 2011

韓國泡菜辣炒年糕 II

Cooked this for the 2nd time and it's still very nice. The rice cake is very chewy and the sauce is really spicy and nice with the kimchi.

March 13, 2011

Korea Hotteok - Stuffed Pancake

I have tried it during my last Dec 2010 trip in Korea.  It is basically a pancake stuffed with sweet brown sugar,cinnamom and walnuts and is crispy and chewy.  I bought this pre mix flour in one of the Korea store located in Tampines Mall.  If you can't find this per mix flour, you can follow this recipe.

Japanese Pork Ramen

Sunday lunch...

December 4, 2010

Japanese Curry Udon

Its easy to cook. The curry is ready-made and is frozen in the shape of a chocolate bar. It is very convienient and delicious just like the ones sold in Japanese restaurant. Yummy...

October 30, 2010


Whenever our family goes to Takashimaya, my girl would always buy a box of the spicy Korean ricecake. It would cost about $5. Today i cooked it for my children and it tasted really similar to the one we bought in TaKashimaya, except I used normal ricecake from China instead of original one.