Korean Foods you should try in 2022(Trending)

Do you know why Korean Foods are gaining massive popularity now a days? Prolly because of rapid growth of k-dramas/K-pop fans. If you’re a meals connoisseur, you understand how Popular Korean Food is on World Cuisine Map.

As you know it ranked 4th in a study about the most popular international cuisines on Instagram. Can you believe it? Korean delicacies developed thru years of social and political change. Unlike Western meals, Korean foods has main and side dishes.

Traditional Korean food includes 5 predominant colors: green, red, yellow, white, and black. Each one in all them manner a direction, a herbal detail and a health benefit. It has gained popularity because of the health benefits associated with it as well as the influence through K-drama.

It is a image of korean food.
This is a picture of korean food.

It’s intriguing how a culture can impact youthful minds. From appetizing delicacies ruling the internet to the huge following of K-pop, Korean culture seems like the next big influence. It started with the K-dramas then the K-pop which spread like a wildfire all across East, Southeast and South Asia.

What’s more, the Korean-culture collaborations with food chains have also fueled the growth of this culture in the country. Their food culture is full of luscious and mouth- soddening delicacies. However, also this composition is just for you, If you’re a addict of K- Drama or BTS and a savorer at the same time.

From Gimbap and Ramen to Bibimbap and Japchae, there are some yummy Korean foods that you can try  in India.

List of some Trending Korean Foods

1- Gimbap (김밥) : Korean Seaweed Rice Rolls

2- Japchae (잡채) : Glass Noodle Stir Fry

3- Chicken (치킨) : Korean Fried Chicken

4- Bibimbap (치킨) : Mixed Rice with Vegetables

5- Budae Jjigae (부대찌개) : Army Stew

This is a collage picture of korean foods.

Gimbap (김밥) : Korean Seaweed Rice Rolls

Gimbap is a dish crafted from dried seaweed this is wrapped in white rice and, various ingredients such as spinach, carrot, pickled radish, tuna, egg, shovel, etc. and cut into bite-sized pieces and you can serve it with Kimchi as a side dish.

This is a picture of Gibimbap.

Japchae (잡채) : Glass Noodle Stir Fry

Japchae (잡채 ) is a very famous Korean dish. If you love noodles, then you need to try this. It is also called as glass noodles. It’s made with sweet potato bounce polls stirred with colorful fried vegetables similar as carrots, spinach, mushrooms, and onions. The dish is also seasoned with soy sauce.

Chicken (치킨) : Korean Fried Chicken

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Korean Fried Chicken is basically different from normal fried chicken. Korean fried chicken has a more delicate coating than others, using unique seasonings similar as sweet chili (Yangnyeom) and soy sauce (Ganjang).

4- Bibimbap (치킨) : Mixed Rice with Vegetables

It is a Korean dish of rice with cooked vegetables, generally meat, and frequently a raw or fried egg. You can season it with red pepper paste but then again if you do not like spicy food, use soya sauce instead.

Budae Jjigae (부대찌개) : Army Stew

This is image of Budae Jjigae: Army Stew .

It is the first ever Eastern and Western fusion dish in Korea. Budae is a general term for a military base in Korean and Jjigae is a term for soup. After the Korean War (1950-1952), there was a food deficit. When Koreans came across strange constituents similar as canned ham and link enjoyed at the U.S. military unit in Korea, they began to produce fashions to suit their particular taste. They mixed ham and link with kimchi and  red pepper paste, and budae jjigae was created.

There’s a simplicity that isn’t boring, and an honesty in Korean foods that I greatly appreciate. Numerous Korean dishes just contain a few ingredients. You can check the following https://mykoreankitchen.com/kimchi-recipe/ website for more Korean Foods recipes.