it’s been a while since we posted a recipe for Korean food. well, tensai is in Korea now, so I only have pictures of food we have made together in Japan. it’s not much left. hope that tensai will cook something in Korea for us, he promised! ^^
so this time: my absolute favourite, kimchi soup. that soup is perfect for everything, i swear. it’s great for winter, for hangover, for breakfast, when you catch a cold, when you don’t have the time to cook. God, endless list.
you have to try it! at least once!
Thank you, tensai that you’ve made my life more beautiful by cooking that soup for me ^^
1 can of tuna
red pepper powder
HOW TO MAKE?
1. Chop kimchi and fry it with oil in the pot. Add salt, black pepper and red pepper powder. Add tuna and fry for a little bit longer.
2. Now, add some water and kimchi juice. Bring to a boil over high heat and cook for a while.
3. Serve hot with rice. Done!
Yum! I eat this when I have Korean cuisine at lunch but never tried to make it!
this one is extra easy! and freaking tasty ^^
I was looking for a recipe for kimchi soup. Can’t believe yours is so simple. I’ll try it out with beef strips one of these days when I get some good kimchi.
Thanks for visiting my blog! This recipe look so good and easy to make… I think I may give it a try ;) Nice blog!
So delicious! I always eat kimchi soup whenever I’m in Korea.
My friends and I always thought my grandmother was the only person who added tuna to their SOUP. Nice to know it’s not just her :D Love this!
Never had this before but I’m gonna have to make it! Looks great
Another super yummy dish :P You’re making me hungry! I’m going to follow you :D
You make a excellent looking Kimchi soup! I’m hungry now,because of your photo. It’s very easy to make, but most important thing is find a good taste Kimchi for Kimchi soup. Usually Koreans use old(long matured) Kimchi for Kimchi soup.
Wow–this looks so easy!! My friend is addicted to kimchi soup–I will definitely be sharing this with him. :)
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