Korean Cook Books


Learn to cook your bias’ favorite dishes!

Seoul Food Korean Cookbook: Korean Cooking from Kimchi and Bibim

by Naomi Imatome-Yun  (Author)

Learn deliciously authentic Korean cooking, from traditional Korean favorites to modern recipes including Seoul-Style fusion.

Food writer Naomi Imatome-Yun grew up in the American suburbs helping her Korean grandmother cook Korean classics and has spent over 15 years helping Korean Americans and non-Korean Americans alike discover how easy and delectable authentic Korean cooking can be.

Seoul Food Korean Cooking includes:

  • 135 step-by-step recipes for Korean barbecue, kimchi, and more, including Sliced Barbecued Beef (bulgogi) like mom used to make and those Spicy Stir-Fried Rice Cakes (tteokbokki) you loved on your trip to Korea
  • Special chapters for Korean bar food (anju) like Pork Bone Soup (gamjatang) and fusion favorites like Army Base Stew (budae chigae)
  • An overview of Korean cooking and fun tidbits on food customs, table manners, and restaurant dining tips
  • Detailed lists of kitchen essentials, pantry staples, and Korean cooking ingredients, with photos and shopping resources to aid the home chef

Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking: Authentic Dishes for the Home Cook

by Maangchi  (Author)

A complete course on Korean cuisine for the home cook by the YouTube star and the world's foremost authority on Korean cooking

Her millions of fans compare her to Julia Child. An Internet sensation, Maangchi has won the admiration of home cooks and chefs alike with her trademark combination of good technique and good cheer as she demonstrates the vast and delicious cuisine of Korea. In Maangchi’s Real Korean Cooking, she shows how to cook all the country’s best dishes, from few-ingredient dishes (Spicy Napa Cabbage) to those made familiar by Korean restaurants (L.A. Galbi, Bulgogi, Korean Fried Chicken) to homey one-pots like Bibimbap.

For beginners, there are dishes like Spicy Beef and Vegetable Soup and Seafood Scallion Pancake. Maangchi includes a whole chapter of quick, spicy, sour kimchis and quick pickles as well. Banchan, or side dishes (Steamed Eggplant, Pan-Fried Tofu with Spicy Seasoning Sauce, and refreshing Cold Cucumber Soup) are mainstays of the Korean table and can comprise a meal.

With her step-by-step photos—800 in all—Maangchi makes every dish a snap. A full glossary, complete with photos, explains ingredients. Throughout, Maangchi suggests substitutions where appropriate and provides tips based on her readers’ questions.


Cook Korean!: A Comic Book with Recipes

by Robin Ha  (Author)

A charming introduction to the basics of Korean cooking in graphic novel form, with 64 recipes, ingredient profiles, and more, presented through light-hearted comics.
Fun to look at and easy to use, this unique combination of cookbook and graphic novel is the ideal introduction to cooking Korean cuisine at home. Robin Ha’s colorful and humorous one-to three-page comics fully illustrate the steps and ingredients needed to bring more than sixty traditional (and some not-so-traditional) dishes to life.

In these playful but exact recipes, you’ll learn how to create everything from easy kimchi (mak kimchi) and soy garlic beef over rice (bulgogi dupbap) to seaweed rice rolls (gimbap) and beyond. Friendly and inviting, Cook Korean! is perfect for beginners and seasoned cooks alike who want to try their hand at this wildly popular cuisine.

Each chapter includes personal anecdotes and cultural insights from Ha, providing an intimate entry point for those looking to try their hand at this cuisine.


Koreatown: A Cookbook

by Deuki Hong  (Author),‎ Matt Rodbard  (Author)

New York Times bestseller and one of the most praised Korean cookbooks of all time, you'll explore the foods and flavors of Koreatowns across America through this collection of 100 recipes.

This is not your average "journey to Asia" cookbook. Koreatown is a spicy, funky, flavor-packed love affair with the grit and charm of Korean cooking in America. Koreatowns around the country are synonymous with mealtime feasts and late-night chef hangouts, and Deuki Hong and Matt Rodbard show us why through stories, interviews, and over 100 delicious, super-approachable recipes. 

It's spicy, it's fermented, it's sweet and savory and loaded with umami: Korean cuisine is poised to break out in the U.S., but until now, the cookbooks have been focused on taking readers on an idealized Korean journey. Koreatown, though, is all about what's real and happening right here: the foods of Korean American communities all over our country, from L.A. to New York City, from Atlanta to Chicago. We follow Rodbard and Hong through those communities with stories and recipes for everything from beloved Korean barbecue favorites like bulgogi and kalbi to the lesser-known but deeply satisfying stews, soups, noodles, salads, drinks, and the many kimchis of the Korean American table.

Korean Cookbook: 150 Korean Recipes to Make at Home

by Jack Johns  (Author)

Korean food is one of the most mysterious and interesting types of the cuisine. The Korean cuisine as Japanese and Chinese has a long and ancient history. It has its own traditions and ancient recipe. Nevertheless, Korean food is thinly intertwined with different types of cuisines. There are some specific features that should be always followed while cooking Korean food.

Firstly, the vegetables and fruits that you take for the dishes - should be fresh. Then you can boil, roast, or bake the components. That is why Korean food is well known as one of the most save cuisine to eat all over the world.

One more specific of Korean food is adding a lot of spices.

That is why the dish is very hot and fragrant. The most popular spices are chili pepper, sesame seeds, onion, and garlic.

Nowadays, there is a tradition to mix as many spices as possible. Exactly this action helps to get a new and incredible taste of the meal.

Inside we collected only best Korean recipes for:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Sides
  • Dinner
  • Desserts
  • Seafood
  • Snacks
  • Meat
  • Poultry

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Korean Food Made Simple

by Judy Joo  (Author)

125 simple Korean recipes from the host of the Cooking Channel television show of the same name

In Korean Food Made Simple, Judy Joo, host of the Cooking Channel’s show of the same name and Food Network regular, brings Korean food to the masses, proving that it’s fun and easy to prepare at home. As a Korean-American, Judy understands how to make dishes that may seem exotic and difficult accessible to the everyday cook. The book has over 100 recipes including well-loved dishes like kimchi, sweet potato noodles (japchae), beef and vegetable rice bowl (bibimbap), and Korean fried chicken, along with creative, less-traditional recipes like Spicy Pork Belly Cheese Steak, Krazy Korean Burgers, and Fried Fish with Kimchi Mayo and Sesame Mushy Peas. In addition, there are chapters devoted to sauces, desserts, and drinks as well as a detailed list for stocking a Korean pantry, making this book a comprehensive guide on Korean food and flavors. Enjoying the spotlight as the hot Asian cuisine, Korean food is on the rise, and Judy’s bold and exciting recipes are go-tos for making it at home.

Easy and Delicious Korean Cookbook: 40 Delicious Recipes for the Home Cook

by Ella Porter (Author)

This Korean recipe book contains 40 delicious Korean recipes. Also, explain about Korean cooking ingredients and cooking equipment.

Book contains:

  • Korean salad recipes
  • Korean rice and noodles recipes
  • Korean soup recipes
  • Korean tofu recipes
  • Korean vegetable recipes
  • Korean meat recipes

So what are you waiting just grab your copy and make Korean meal?

Quick & Easy Korean Cooking: More Than 70 Everyday Recipes 

by Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee  (Author)

Imagine sitting down to a sumptuous and fragrant dinner of Dumpling Soup with Rice Cakes after a long day of work. And a hot summer afternoon just begs for a picnic basket stocked with Chilled Cucumber Soup, delicate Chicken Skewers with Green Onions, and Seaweed Rice Rolls. Using ingredients that are readily available and techniques already familiar to home cooks, these Korean specialties can easily be dinner any night of the week. With appetizers and snacks, soups and hot pots, side dishes, entrees, rice, noodles, and a whole chapter devoted to kimchi, Quick & Easy Korean Cooking will bring new flavors to the dinner table.

K-Food: Korean Home Cooking and Street Food

by Da-Hae West (Author),‎ Gareth West (Author)

There's a great buzz around Korean food right now, as more and more people experience the fantastic, robust flavors of both classic Korean cooking and the Ameri-Korean strand that has developed from it. There are no better authors than Da-Hae and Gareth West to introduce this flavorsome cuisine - Da-Hae uses her Korean background to explain the details of traditional recipes, and Gareth shows how Korean and Western flavors can be fused together to create really delicious combinations. 

From a run-down on the basics of Korean cooking, including now readily available sauces, pastes and other ingredients, through chapters on kimchi and the etiquette of the famous Korean BBQ, to recipes for everything from the irresistible Bulgogi Burger and spicy, sticky spare ribs to Panjeon (seafood pancakes) and corn on the cob with kimchi butter, this book is packed with inventive, delicious recipes that will open your eyes to the delights of modern Korean food.

Our Korean Kitchen 

by Jordan Bourke  (Author),‎ Rejina Pyo (Author)

Korean food is quickly becoming the biggest trend in the culinary world—Our Korean Kitchen will be your inspiring guide to bringing this delicious and healthy cuisine to your table. 

Critically acclaimed chef and food writer Jordan and his Korean wife Rejina provide a cultural history of the food of Korea giving context to the recipes that follow. This comprehensive collection of 100+ authentic and accessible dishes explores the ingredients and techniques needed to master Korean cooking.

From how to stock a Korean pantry, to full menu ideas, to recipes for every meal and craving, this is the only guide to Korean cooking you’ll ever need. You’ll find delicious recipes for Bibimbap, Kimchi Fried Rice, Crispy Chili Rice Cakes, Chicken Dumpling Soup, Seafood & Silken Tofu Stew, Pickled Garlic, Seafood & Spring Onion Pancakes, Shrimp and Sweet Potato Tempura, Knife-cut Noodles in Seafood Broth, Soy-Marinated Crab, Grilled Pork Belly with Sesame Dip, Grilled Beef Short Ribs, Deep Fried Honey Cookies, and so much more!

Rice & Savory Porridge
Soups & Stews
Vegetables, Pickles & Sides
Pancakes, Fritters & Tofu


The Kimchi Cookbook: 60 Traditional and Modern Ways to Make and Eat Kimchi

by Lauryn Chun  (Author),‎ Olga Massov  (Author)

A DIY cookbook for crafting and cooking with kimchi at home from Mother-In-Law's founder Lauryn Chun, featuring sixty recipes for connoisseurs of the beloved Korean pickle.
Following traditional kimchi-making seasons and focusing on produce at its peak, this bold, colorful cookbook walks you step by step through how to make both robust and lighter kimchi. Lauryn Chun explores a wide variety of flavors and techniques for creating this live-culture food, from long-fermented classic winter kimchi intended to spice up bleak months to easy-to-make summer kimchi that highlights the freshness of produce and is ready to eat in just minutes. 
Once you have made your own kimchi, using everything from tender and delicate young napa cabbage to stuffed eggplant, you can then use it as a star ingredient in Chun’s inventive recipes for cooking with kimchi. From favorites such as Pan-Fried Kimchi Dumplings and Kimchi Fried Rice to modern dishes like Kimchi Risotto, Skirt Steak Ssam with Kimchi Puree Chimichurri, Kimchi Oven-Baked Baby Back Ribs, and even a Kimchi Grapefruit Margarita, Chun showcases the incredible range of flavor kimchi adds to any plate.
With sixty recipes and beautiful photographs that will have you hooked on kimchi's unique crunch and heat, The Kimchi Cookbook takes the champagne of pickles to new heights.

Kimchi: Essential Recipes of the Korean Kitchen

by Byung-Hi Lim (Author),‎ Byung-Soon Lim (Author)

An essential cookbook for anyone who wants to explore the classic flavors of the Korean kitchen

It is not possible to imagine Korea without kimchi. For thousands of years the lacto-fermented vegetables have been an absolute necessity at meals. In Korea, kimchi is so much more than food—it is a national cultural treasure, a valued health food, and a part of the Korean identity. Koreans are obsessed with good food, and the Lim family is no exception. For two generations, they have retained the proud tradition of kimchi at the Arirang Resturant in Stockholm. This book contains the family’s most popular recipes—common, as well as rarer, kimchi recipes, Korean everyday food, and the ever recurring bi-bim-bap (which literally means "mixed rice"). The Lim family present their version of a classic with lettuce, cabbage, chilli, and ginger, but also the popular radish kimchi, kattugi, as well as the more unusual varieties with pumpkin, oysters, mushrooms, roots, and other vegetables. Sourish, hot, and tasty, kimchi is a wonderful accessory for most meals, not only Asian-style dishes but every imaginable Western dish. Here are "insider" tips on how to go about fermenting vegetables at home. Considering it is so incredibly simple, the result is amazing, beautiful, tasty, and healthy, thanks to the built-in riches of good bacteria cultures found in vegetables. Includes metric measures.


Vegetarian Dishes from My Korean Home: Flavorful Korean Recipes in Simple Steps

by Shin Kim  (Author)

This cookbook includes 30 simple, healthy, and flavorful Korean vegetarian recipes (25 of which can be made vegan) along with a photo of each recipe. It is a guide for exploring Korean home cooking that proudly features vegetables at the center. 
Find out how fresh, seasonal ingredients meet with a handful of fermented, aged Korean sauces and together, they create a whole spectrum of flavors from deeply hearty to refreshingly piquant. All of the recipes are updated for home cooks in the U.S., and are tagged for common dietary concerns such as vegan, gluten-free, and nut-free, and spicy for easy reference. 
You will be able to mix and match different seasonings and ingredients from the recipes in this cookbook and beyond, so you can cook Korean dishes with a few essential Korean ingredients and locally available vegetables. With this cookbook, gain confidence to create your own Korean dishes just like Koreans do!


Everyday Korean: Fresh, Modern Recipes for Home Cooks

by Kim Sunée (Author),‎ Seung Hee Lee (Author)

Accessible Korean cooking with a modern twist.

The backbone of Korean cuisine, jang, has a flavor not found anywhere else in the world. The cuisine’s combination of savory,sweet, salty, and spicy flavors makes it uniquely delicious, yet there are few resources for those who wish to enjoy it at home. Until now. These recipes, packed with Korean flavors and cooking techniques, will open the door for readers unfamiliar with the cuisine. Who can resist dishes such as:

  • Traditional and Modern Bulgogi
  • Kimchi-Bacon Mac and Cheese
  • Silky Sweet Potato Noodles (Japchae)
  • Plus kimchis, sauces, teas, sweets, soju cocktails, and more

Beautifully photographed, with tips for building a Korean pantry, drink pairings (from soju to microbrews), and menu ideas, Everyday Korean is the ultimate guide to one of the world’s most unique and delicious cuisines.

80 color photographs

The Kimchi Chronicles: Korean Cooking for an American Kitchen

by Marja Vongerichten  (Author),‎ Jean Georges Vongerichten (Foreword)

Long a favorite of in-the-know foodies, Korean cuisine is poised to become the next big food trend,
with dishes like bibimbap and kimchi popping up on menus nationwide. In a new PBS series that will
begin airing in May 2011, Marja Vongerichten and three-star Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten will give viewers an insider's look at Korea as they travel the country and experience its authentic flavors and cultural traditions. As the show's companion cookbook, The Kimchi Chronicles will include a recipe for every dish featured, explaining how they can be easily duplicated in an American kitchen. Chef Vongerichten will also offer original dishes with a lighter, modern flair, showing how the flavors of the Korean table can be readily integrated into any meal.

For lovers of Korean food, those eager to experiment in search of an accessible introduction to this
intriguing cuisine, and readers who just want a little taste of culinary and cultural exploration outside the Western Hemisphere, The Kimchi Chronicles is sure to provide plenty of inspiration, information, and entertainment.


My Rice Bowl: Korean Cooking Outside the Lines

by Rachel Yang  (Author),‎ Jess Thomson  (Author)

From James Beard Best Chef-nominee Rachel Yang, My Rice Bowl is a cookbook with 75 recipes based on her deeply comforting Korean fusion cuisine, inspired by cultures from around the world. 
As co-owner of the popular Seattle restaurants, Joule, Trove, and Revel, and Portland's Revelry, chef Rachel Yang delights with her unique Korean fusion—think noodles, dumplings, pickles, pancakes, and barbecue. Along with her husband, Seif Chirchi, Yang serves food that exemplifies cross-cultural cooking at its most gratifying. In the cookbook you’ll find the restaurants’ kimchi recipe, of course, but there’s so much more—seaweed noodles with crab and crème fraîche, tahini-garlic grilled pork belly, fried cauliflower with miso bagna cauda, chipotle-spiked pad thai, Korean-taco pickles, and the ultimate Korean fried chicken (served with peanut brittle shards for extra crunch). There are rice bowls too—with everything from lamb curry to charred shiitake mushrooms—but this book goes way beyond bibimbap.
In many ways, the book, like Yang’s restaurants, is analogous to a rice bowl; underpinning everything is Yang’s strict childhood in Korea and the food memories it engrained in her. But on top you’ll taste a mosaic of flavors from across the globe, plus a dash of her culinary alma maters, Per Se and Alain Ducasse. This is the authentic, cutting-edge fusion food of a Korean immigrant who tried everything she could to become an American, but only became one when she realized that her culture—among many—is what makes America so delicious today.


Korean Cooking Made Easy: Simple Meals in Minutes

by Soon Young Chung (Author)

Korean cuisine is today's new "it" food, and Korean Cooking Made Easy is the perfect introduction to making it at home.

With a tantalizing balance of tastes and textures and the satisfying crunch of pickled and fermented vegetables, Korean dishes deliver incredible variety to every meal—and its emphasis on vegetables and grains makes these dishes as healthy as they are delicious! But while Korean BBQ restaurants are popping up around the country and the recent release of Chef Roy Choi's acclaimed memoir, L.A. Son, has turned a spotlight on its incredible flavors, home cooks are still mystified by the process of making Korean food.

Thankfully, award-winning chef Soon Yung Chung takes the stress out of cooking Korean. Filled with simple recipes and using ingredients that can be found in most American grocery stores, this Korean cookbook gives readers step-by-step recipes on how to make Korean barbecue and kimchee plus other popular favorites like:

  • Zesty Bean-noodle Japchae
  • Rice and Vegetable Bibimbap
  • Steamed Spareribs

Accessible and easy-to-follow, Korean Cooking will tempt home cooks at every level of expertise to incorporate the tantalizing combination of fiery peppers and fragrant sesame oil into their dinner repertoire.

Korean Cooking (The Essential Asian Kitchen)

by Soon Young Chung  (Author)

Korean cuisine is today's new "it" food, and Korean Cooking is the perfect introduction to making it at home.

With a tantalizing balance of tastes and textures and the satisfying crunch of pickled and fermented vegetables, Korean dishes deliver incredible variety to every meal—and its emphasis on vegetables and grains makes these dishes as healthy as they are delicious! But while Korean BBQ restaurants are popping up around the country and the recent release of Chef Roy Choi's acclaimed memoir, L.A. Son, has turned a spotlight on its incredible flavors, home cooks are still mystified by the process of making Korean food.

Thankfully, award-winning chef Soon Yung Chung takes the stress out of cooking Korean. Filled with simple recipes and using ingredients that can be found in most American grocery stores, this Korean cookbook gives readers step-by-step recipes on how to make Korean barbecue and kimchee plus other popular favorites like:

  • Zesty Bean-noodle Japchae
  • Rice and Vegetable Bibimbap
  • Steamed Spareribs

Accessible and easy-to-follow, Korean Cooking will tempt home cooks at every level of expertise to incorporate the tantalizing combination of fiery peppers and fragrant sesame oil into their dinner repertoire.

Korean Home Cooking: Quick, Easy, Delicious Recipes to Make at Home (Essential Asian Kitchen Series)

by Soon Young Chung (Author)

Flavorful and satisfying, Korean cuisine is a tantalizing balance of tastes and textures-fiery peppers provide a counterpoint to mild rice, fragrant sesame oil adds a hint of sweetness to meat and vegetables, and pickled kimchi adds zest with it tanginess and crunch.

Whether you hunger for zesty bean-noodle japchae, rice and vegetable bibimbap or steamed beef spareribs, Korean Cooking will inspire both experienced and beginning chefs to create delectable, traditional dishes of Korea.


Quick & Easy Korean Cooking for Everyone (Quick & Easy Cookbooks Series)

by Ji Sook Choe (Author),‎ Yukiko Moriyama (Author)

This book will enable anyone to start cooking Korean cuisine, even beginners.

Korean Cookbook: Enjoy the Flavors of Korea With These Easy Recipes 

by Anthony Boundy  (Author)

When Korean culture comes to mind, what are you most curious about? One of these would be their uniquely unforgettable cuisine. From the streets to the fine dining venues, the flavors and sights of Korean food attract you like a magnet. Due to the amalgamation of neighboring cultures, one may find similar ingredients and counterpart flavors from other Asian countries. But there are unique characteristics of Korean cooking that will make you come back for more. The complexity of flavors and texture in every Korean dish or beverage reflects the exotic culture of the land. You may think the process is as complex as it looks, but you will be glad that these can be recreated right at your own home. With the help of this Korean cookbook, the flavors of Korean cuisine are readily available. You will find easy recipes in every chapter to help you complete a full meal, from soups to desserts. If you are watching your diet, you will be glad to know that most Korean food are low in fat content and high in fiber. Many have medicinal properties. You are not only satisfying your palate but your body will also thank you. You are about to experience the sweet, spicy, and robust flavors that define Korean food through the easy recipes presented in this book. Enjoy!


Korean Table: From Barbecue to Bibimbap 100 Easy-To-Prepare Recipes

by Taekyung Chung  (Author),‎ Debra Samuels  (Author),‎ Heath Robbins (Photographer)

This Korean cookbook makes it easy to replicate the authentic tastes of Korean food — even for beginners! 

Korean food is poised to become America's next favorite Asian cuisine to adopt. It is rapidly gaining popularity in the US for its robust and intensely flavorful dishes like Korean barbecue (known as bulgogi), kimchi (pickled spicy cabbage), and bibimbap rice bowls. 

The Korean Table shows American cooks how to replicate the exciting and authentic flavors of Korean cuisine at home using fresh ingredients available from their neighborhood grocery store or farmer's market. In this Korean cooking book, Chung and Samuels, a Korean and American author team, guide home cooks through the process of making Korean meals without fuss and multiple trips to specialty markets, or worse, expensive online shopping. 

Along with showing cooks how to create a complete Korean meal from start to finish—including recipes such as:

  • Scallion Pancakes
  • Korean Dumplings (mandu)
  • Tofu and Clam Hot Pot
  • Simmered Beef Short Ribs
  • Barbecued Pork Ribs

The Korean Table will also show cooks how to add the flavors of Korea to their homestyle cuisine in numerous quick and easy ways—via condiments, side dishes, salad dressings, sauces and more. With this cookbook, filled with over 100 recipes, everyone's kitchen can incorporate a spread of delicious Korean meals for all to share and enjoy.

The Korean Table presents the best of Korean cooking for beginners.

Aeri's Korean Cookbook 1: 100 authentic Korean recipes from the popular Aeri's Kitchen website and YouTube channel. (Volume 1)

by Aeri Lee  (Author)

This book contains 100 Korean recipes from the popular Aeri's Kitchen website and YouTube channel.

The recipes inside of this book are delicious and authentic, covering the wide range of food categories one might experience while dining in Korea.

Sometimes trying to cook unfamiliar food can be daunting, but you will not be left guessing how something should be made with the clear instructions and over 600 step-by-step pictures contained inside of this book. In addition, each recipe also contains a large picture of the fully prepared dish.

Cooking Korean Food With Maangchi - Books 1&2: From Youtube To Your Kitchen

by Maangchi  (Author)

This is the second, revised edition of the collection of my first two Korean cookbooks published in 2008. It's 45 recipes from my YouTube videos and website, plus pictures of the ingredients you need so you can easily find them in the store, even if you've never cooked Korean food before.

Cooking Korean Food with Maangchi - Book 3

by Maangchi  (Author)


This is the second, revised edition of the 3rd volume of Maangchi's popular Korean cookbooks. 

If the much-hyped Korean Wave has an online culinary beachhead, it’s surely “Maangchi’s Korean Cooking Show,” the YouTube channel run by Maangchi (aka Emily Kim) that has become a sensation with a generation hungry for something different, healthy, and genuine. 

Racking up more than 6 million views, the videos are straight-forward, honest, humorous, and authentic. They tackle one mysterious Korean dish at a time, showing viewers how to cook with verve and zest. If there’s a wave, or a shift, it’s happening right here. 

This cookbook contains 56 recipes from those videos and her popular website www.maangchi.com.

It’s written and laid out to be accessible, current, and comprehensive, useful for the amateur and the professional alike. 

If you’re curious about cooking Korean food, this is the best place to start. And if you think you know how to cook it already, think again: the wave hasn’t crested yet. It’s just getting started. 


Recipes in the book include:

Beef Dishes: 

  • BBQ ribs (LA Galbi) 
  • Korean style beef tartare (Yukhoe) 
  • Salty beef side dish (Jangjorim) 

Main Dishes: 

  • Rice 
  • Seasoned tofu pockets with rice (Yubuchobap) (includes traditional and Hallowe’en versions) 
  • Sweet, sour, and crispy beef (Tangsuyuk) 
  • Hand-torn noodle soup (Sujebi) (includes spicy and nonspicy versions) 
  • Soy milk noodle soup (Kongguksu) 
  • Noodles, meat, seafood, & vegetable soup (Jjamppong) (includes spicy and nonspicy versions) 
  • Rice cake soup (Ddeokguk) 

Soups (Guk): 

  • Cold cucumber pickle soup (Oijangajji naengguk) 
  • Dried pollock soup (Bugeoguk) 
  • Cabbage & soybean paste soup (Baechu doenjangguk) 
  • Soybean sprout soup (Kongnamulguk) (includes spicy and nonspicy vegetarian versions)


  • Ground-soybean stew (Kongbijijjigae) 
  • Pork bone soup (Gamjatang) 


  • Chicken and rice porridge (Dakjuk) 
  • Abalone porridge (Jeonbokjuk)


  • Easy kimchi (Mak kimchi) 
  • Cucumber pickles (Oijangajji) 
  • Perilla leaf kimchi (Kkaennipkimchi) 
  • Perilla leaf pickles (Kkaennip jangajji) 
  • Broccoli pickles 

Side dishes (Banchan): 

  • Cucumber pickle side dish (Oijangajji muchim) 
  • Radish salad (Musaengchae) 
  • Sautéed sea plant (Miyeok julgi bokkeum) 
  • Avocado appetizer 
  • Ginkgo nut skewers 
  • Seasoned dried shredded squid (Ojingeochae muchim) 
  • Collard Greens (includes Korean-style and vegetarian versions) 
  • Mung bean jelly side dish (Cheongpomuk muchim) 
  • Spicy pan fried tofu (Dubu buchim yangnyumjang) 
  • Pan fried tofu in soy sauce (Dubu ganjang jorim) 
  • Spicy stir-fried fish cakes (Uhmook bokkeum) 
  • Cooked radish side dish (Muwoonamul) 
  • Skewered pancakes w/vegetables & beef (Pasanjeok) 
  • Butternut squash pancake (Hobakjeon) 
  • Zucchini pancake (Hobakjeon) 
  • Grilled mackerel (Godeungeo gui) (includes pan-fried and oven grilled versions) 
  • Spicy stir-fried pork (Doejibulgogi) 
  • Kimchi pancake (Kimchijeon) (includes versions made with chopped kimchi and whole-leaf kimchi) 


  • Burnt rice (Nooroongi) 
  • Steamed pork buns (Jjinppang mandu) 
  • Sweet pancakes w/brown sugar syrup filling (Hoddeok) 
  • Triangle-shaped seaweed rice packet (Samgak kimbap) 


  • Rainbow rice cake (Mujigaeddeok) 
  • Sweet flower pancakes (Hwajeon) 
  • Rice dessert drink (Sikhye) 
  • Ginger cookies (Maejakgwa)

Simply Ramen: A Complete Course in Preparing Ramen Meals at Home

by Amy Kimoto-Kahn  (Author)

Make delicious and healthy homemade ramen noodle recipes fast and easy!

Whether you are cooking for one or twelve, Simply Ramen brings homemade ramen to your table with a delicious fusion of seventy recipes, including soup bases, noodles, toppings, and sides.

Author Amy Kimoto-Kahn shows you how to put together a bowl of piping hot ramen in a myriad of ways with a choice of four soup bases, ramen noodles (homemade or store-bought), and traditional and non-traditional ingredients. Enjoy bowls of pork, chicken, and beef ramen. Or branch out with seafood, vegetarian, and spicy soups--and even cold ramen and a breakfast version topped with bacon and a poached egg. Make your soup base in advance and you have a quick, easy, and special midweek family meal.

Try your hand at:

  • Cheese Ramen
  • Chicken Meatball Ramen
  • Chorizo Miso Ramen
  • California Ramen with crabmeat, avocado, and cucumber
  • Crispy Greens Ramen with Swiss chard, kale, and Brussels sprouts

With easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and mouthwatering photos, Simply Ramen will turn your kitchen into a ramen-ya for family and friends.


Korean Cooking: Discover One Of The World'S Great Cuisines With 150 Recipes Shown In 800 Photographs

by Young Jin Song  (Author)

The food of Korea is enjoying huge popularity round the world, and this is the comprehensive, expert, illustrated practical instruction course to cooking it at home.

K is for Korean (Alphabet Cooking) 

by Quadrille Publishing (Author),‎ Kim Lightbody (Photographer)

This brand-new series focuses on creating a collection of must-have books filled with 50 of the most on-trend dishes from around the world. The series will kick off with S is for Sri Lankan and K is for Korean, which will introduce the ultimate recipes from each cuisine, all in a highly desirable and on-trend gift package. Each book covers the 50 recipes that form the fundamentals of these zeitgeist cooking traditions, merging both ancient dishes and modern interpretations.

K is for Korean covers the fermented food star of the moment kimchi, as well as offering Bibimbap and Korean fried chicken.

This trend-led series of cookbooks will be filling the bookshelves of budding new foodies while also making the perfect gift for anyone who hasn't yet experimented with these cuisines in their home cooking.


Korean: Korean Recipes - The Very Best Korean Cookbook 

by Sarah J Murphy (Author)

If you love the exotic and spicy flavors of Korean cuisine then you will just adore these recipes. In this Korean cookbook, you’ll find only the very best and most delicious Korean recipes. Get ready to discover some magnificent Korean delights. These Korean recipes are the very best and easiest you will find. You will revisit these wonderful recipes time and again. All these recipes are tried, tested and perfectly adapted for quick and easy home cooking.

Recipe List: 

1. Korean Marinated Flank Steak
2. Korean Glass Noodles (Jap Chae)
3. Spicy Cabbage Kimchi
4. Kimbop (Korean Sushi)
5. Spicy Marinated Pork (Dae Ji Bool Gogi)
6. Korean-style Seaweed Soup
7. Korean BBQ Short Ribs (Gal-Bi)
8. Authentic Korean Bulgogi
9. Spicy Chicken and Potato (Tak Toritang)
10. Korean BBQ Chicken Marinade
11. Skillet Chicken Bulgogi
12. Tasty Korean Steak
13. Korean Cucumber Salad
14. Chap Chee Noodles
15. Kimchi Jun (Kimchi Pancake) and Dipping Sauce
16. Kongnamool (Korean Soybean Sprouts)
17. Korean Egg Roll Triangles
18. Korean Marinade
19. Bibimbap (Korean Rice With Mixed Vegetables)
20. Korean Fried Chicken Sauce

21. Japchae (Stir Fry)
22. Korean Hot Wings
23. Dakdoritang (Korean Spicy Chicken Stew)
24. Yaki Mandu (Korean Dumplings)
25. Kimchi Jun (Kimchi Patty)
26. Korean Roast Chicken Thighs
27. Korean Hamburgers
28. Korean Pork Strips
29. Kimchi Jjigae (Kimchi Soup)
30. Spicy Chicken and Potato (Tak Toritang)
31. Korean Potatoes
32. Korean Wontons
33. Korean Beef on Fiery Cabbage
34. Korean Greens
35. Korean Sesame Grilled Beef
36. Korean Bean Sprouts
37. Steak and Eggs Korean Style
38. Korean Spinach Soup
39. Korean Fusion Chicken Burrito
40. Kimchi Bokeumbab (Kimchi Fried Rice)



Korean Cookbook: A Comprehensive Cookbook to Enjoy Korean Food and Special Korean Flavors

by Gordon Rock  (Author)

The purpose of this Korean cookbook is to introduce to you some of the most authentic and traditional Korean recipes. Korean food and cuisine is very different and unique and contains many unusual ingredients. For a beginner, this Book will be very beneficial as it has almost 25 recipes which include Korean desserts, Korean drinks, Korean traditional food and Korean dinner festivities. 

To begin with we have provided you with some of the most common Korean recipes to go with. Then we have provided you with Korean desserts followed by their famous cocktails and then their dinner recipes. 

This Book will help you in mastering the art of Korean food. All the ingredients have been mentioned along with their methods. You can easily follow them. Download this Book and get the hang of Korean cuisine and start making it yourself at home. The ingredients are unusual but you can find them at a nice super market. 

In summer you can try their all time favorite punches and cocktails which are really very refreshing. For dinner parties you can use the Korean dinner recipes. If you have Korean friends you can invite them over to dinner along with desserts. Things will be easy for you once you download this Book. The following chapters are mentioned in this Book: 

• Korean traditional foods
• Korean recipes for famous sweets and desserts
• Korean recipes for drinks and cocktails
• Korean recipes for great appetizers 

Well! Download this Book and learn the easy way to cook Korean cuisine!

Seoul Cravings: A South Korean Travel Cookbook - Korean Cookbook and Culture Guide in One 

by Martha Stephenson  (Author)

No tsunami ever recorded on earth was as strong as the Korean Wave, which left a great impact on anyone who was hit by it. It was so strong that South Korea's influence, as we know it, has already had a huge effect all over the world. Their influence has waved through Asia, Europe, and America. It seems that there is no stopping them anytime soon.

Beauty of Korean Food: With 100 Best-Loved Recipes

by Institute of Traditional Korean Food (Author)

Korean food has been praised as a hearty, slow-cooked, healthy cuisine due to its integration with the different seasons, regional specialties, harmony of food ingredients and combination of food groups. Despite the high interest in Korean food by people around the world, this is the first book to introduce Korean food with internationally accessible recipes. As part of the "Research and Development Project for Standardization of Korean Cuisine" driven by the Korean government, this book is designed to standardize the recipes of the selected 100 Korean foods by using the international system of units (SI unit) and to present the pleasure of cooking healthy Korean food in an approachable way for everyone to enjoy.

Korean Cooking: A Cookbook of Authentic Recipes of Korea

by Samantha Schwartz  (Author)

Korean cuisine has become quite popular because it is both healthy and delicious. Obesity rates in South Korea is amongst the lowest at just 3.5% - unlike the US where rates are exceeding 35% - that demonstrates just how healthy the Korean diet is. Korean cuisine is largely based on rice, vegetables, and meats. Traditional Korean meals are noted for the number of side dishes that accompany steam-cooked short-grain rice. Kimchi, which is a spicy fermented vegetable side dish, is almost always served at every meal. Commonly used ingredients include sesame oil, doenjang (fermented bean paste), soy sauce, salt, garlic, ginger, pepper flakes, gochujang (fermented red chili paste) and cabbage. Ingredients and dishes vary by province. Many regional dishes have become national, and dishes that were once regional have proliferated in different variations across the country. Korean royal court cuisine once brought all of the unique regional specialties together for the royal family. 

Korean Cooking brings to your kitchen this healthy cuisine.

Check out some of these delicious recipes:

  • Shrimp Rice Soup
  • Dried Codfish Soup
  • Beef Brisket
  • Tripe Soup Chicken
  • Ginseng Soup Rice and
  • Beef Noodle Soup
  • Beef Bulgogi
  • Korean BBQ Short Ribs
  • Korean Chicken
  • Korean Steak
  • Chap Chee Noodles
  • Korean Spicy Marinated Pork
  • Korean Marinated Flank Steak
  • Sweet Grilled Lamb Chops
  • Spice Korean Roast Chicken Thighs
  • Spicy Korean Chicken Potato
  • Spicy Cold Noodles
  • Sweet Potato Vermicelli
  • Beef Stir Fry
  • Spicy Korean Noodles with Egg and Cucumber
  • Noodles with Black Bean Sauce
  • Korean Noodles with Vegetables
  • Korean Chicken Noodle Bowl
  • Korean Cold Noodles
  • Spicy Soba Noodles
  • Hot and Spicy Rice Cake
  • Korean Seafood Pancakes
  • Korean Curry Rice
  • Vegan Bulgolgi Sandwich
  • Zebra Egg Roll
  • Korean Stove Top Walnut Cakes
  • Deep Fried Vegetable
  • Korean Honey Poached Pears
  • Korean Milk Ice Sorbet
  • Korean Rice Cake Skewers
  • Korean Strawberry Kiwi Roll Cake
  • Korean Tapioca Pudding
  • Korean Yakwa Desse
  • Korean Spicy Rice Cake
  • Baked Pears in Wonton Crisps and Honey
  • Healthy Sweet Rice Cake

 Scroll up and grab your copy of Korean Cooking today!

Quick & Easy Korean Cooking for Everyone (Quick & Easy Cookbooks Series)

by Ji Sook Choe (Author),‎ Yukiko Moriyama (Author)

This book will enable anyone to start cooking Korean cuisine, even beginners.