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3 Tasty Kosher Korean Dishes for Colder Days

by Kosher River Cruise Kosher Tour Operator
Winter is here! The cold season could manifest as a sheet of white enveloping your neighborhood, or it could just be a cold breeze that blows through the streets of your hometown. While some of us may be inclined to spend the winter times indoors, others might have thought of going on Glatt kosher tours to get away from the chilly weather. No such luck this year, considering the pandemic, but hey, there’s always next time. Besides, there are plenty of ways that you can spice up your winter season. Maybe with new and delicious cuisine? 

Korean food began to take off in some parts of the world when Korean pop culture began to become widespread. While Chinese and Japanese cuisine have had their place in the mainstream consciousness since decades past, Korean cuisine began to really get going during the last ten years. It is characterized by fermented dishes, the usage of sesame and medicinal herbs, and other distinguishing factors.

Some of their dishes are even kosher, or can be easily made kosher. Here’s a few kosher korean dishes that you might like to savor.

Kosher Bulgogi by Susie Fishbein via Kosher.com

Bulgogi is a meaty Korean street food, a marinated steak that’s sure to give your taste buds that authentic Korean flavor. If there’s one way to get a genuine taste of a country’s culture, it's to try its street food (only if it’s kosher, of course, but in this case it was specifically prepared to be so.) 

Bulgogi

Kimbap from 24six.net

Kimbap is a Korean sushi roll, made using the most exquisite Korean-style ingredients, from sesami oil to pickled radish. If you like the idea of tasting sushi without the worry of non-kosher seafood, try this out at home. 

Kimbap

Sue Yoo’s Vegan Kosher Kimchi via Jewish Food Hero

Ah, kimchi, probably one of the more famous Korean recipes out there. Like ratatouille in France, kimchi is a plant-based traditional meal that’s enjoyed by families and is (mostly) kosher. It’s a spicy dish designed for the cold season, what’s not to love?

Get it here:
  https://jewishfoodhero.com/sue-yoos-healthier-vegan-kosher-kimchi-recipe/ 



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