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 RibsThe 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.
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 590 g
Dimensions: 229 x 254 x 13 mm
"A very appealing introduction to Korean cuisine, both classical and contemporary." --Library Journal
"Your display will not be complete without copies of The Korean Table, From Barbecue to Bibimbap, a new collection of recipes that are new, fresh, healthy and full of flavor." --Gourmet Retailer
"This cookbook is filled with glossy pages laden with plenty of mouthwatering photographs! ...The instructions are simple and easy to follow and understand... The Korean table: From Barbecue to Bibimbap will help you on your way to creating a delicious spread of Korean dishes in no time!" --Inspire Me Korea
"Samuels appreciates Korean cuisine especially for its "enormously healthy and vegetable-heavy" qualities, so much so that she and her longtime friend Taekyung Chung have just published The Korean Table, a 100 recipe collection of what she calls "starter" recipes." --Washington Post
"The Korean Table is a wonderful new cookbook that shows American cooks how to create the tempting flavors of Korean cuisine at home. Chung and Samuels, a Korean and an American, team up to guide home cooks through the process of making Korean meals without fuss, multiple trips to specialty markets or expensive online shopping." --BooksAboutFood.com blog
"It's called The Korean Table and it's got 100 recipes in it. If you like Korean food ... it's really good!" --KSCO Flavors
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