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[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lover's Lane

2015/05/02 | 382 views | Permalink

Sue from My Korean Kitchen shares a light noodle treat, Can kimchi and rice play nice with bacon and eggs?, a recipe for Seafood Doenjang Jjiga, and Kimchimari interviewed on KBS World Radio.

"Cucumber Soba Noodles with Sweet Chili Soy Dressing"

Sue shares her love for soba noodles and adds a sweet chill soy dressing and cucumber for "light, refreshing and mor-ish" dish!


"Kimchi Bacon Fried Rice, the perfect way to make it"

Okay, now were talking! Bacon, kimchi and rice may not, at first, sound like a winning concoction, but Holly over at Beyond Kimchi has a recipe (with the pictures to back it up) that may just have you playing with your pork ("…Oh, Don't forget the fried egg on top").


"Seafood Doenjang Jjigae"

Fancy your hand at Korean seafood? This week Korean Bapsang featured a fishy favourite of many that will surely tug at the heart of any seafood lover. Oysters, shrimp, squid, shrimp, mussels or clams? It's all up to you, but don't forget to use a small amount of vinegar at the end to brighten things up.


"My podcast Interview with SBS Australia is now online!"

 Back in Feb Jinjoo from Kimchimari was interviewed on KBS World Radio and shared how she came to start her blog, and where she would like to go from here. Listen up.


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