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Judy Joo's Korean Soul Food: Authentic Dishes and Modern Twists by Judy Joo

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Reviews about this book

  • Eat Your Books by Jenny Hartin

    ... filled with recipes that will appeal to Korean food aficionados and those new to this cuisine...

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  • Kitchn

    ...helps home cooks channel their inner Korean home cook, perfecting dishes like kimchi, dumplings, bibimbap, and more.

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  • ISBN 10 0711242100
  • ISBN 13 9780711242104
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  • Published Oct 10 2019
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 240
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher White Lion Publishing

Publishers Text

A collection of 100 recipes that introduces Korean comfort food to home cooks, exploring new ingredients, techniques and the origins of popular dishes like bulgogi and bibimbap.

Korean food is often thought of as labour-intensive and time-consuming to cook. But along with the complicated, there are also the simpler fried chicken dishes and street food. Through recipes, family history and personal twists, Judy Joo explores Korea’s long history of home fare. The traditional dishes, sides and sauces are included, perfect for a weeknight meal or weekend entertaining. Once you’ve mastered the traditional recipe, there are modern twists from Judy’s kitchen at Jinjuu livening up your brunches with a kimchi madam (twist on croque madam with a kimchi béchamel) or an English bibim-breakfast – swapping out the rice for potato rosti or revolutionising dinner with Philly Cheesesteak Dumplings or Bulgogi Beef Tacos. Whether it’s mastering the traditional or adding some fusion flair to your supper, join Judy on a personal journey through the soul of Korean cooking.


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