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A fast and easy side dish to complement any Korean dinner. You can also substitute the cucumbers for green, red or yellow peppers or even slightly steamed broccoli, green beans or asparagus!
Similar to the Chinese wonton, Japanese gyoza or Slavic pierogi, mandu (or mandoo) is usually a mixture of meat and vegetables stuffed in a thin dough wrapper. Mandu can be fried, steamed or boiled and is traditionally served with a dipping sauce. Besides being versatile, mandu can also be prepared in large quantities in advance and stored in the freezer for future use.
Bulgogi is a flavorful Korean barbecue dish that is made from thin slices of sirloin or other prime cuts of beef. Although a non-spicy dish, its literal meaning, "fire meat", refers to the traditional cooking method over an open flame or grill. When prepared properly, bulgogi is a savory beef dish that melts in your mouth.
Similar to Japanese sushi, gimbap (a/k/a gimbop, kimbap or kimbop) is a combination of rice, meat and various vegetables gently rolled in a thin sheet of dried seaweed -- a harmonious symphony of flavors that makes a perfect appetizer or light lunch.
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