Vegetarian Dishes from My Korean Home: Flavorful Korean Recipes in Simple Steps

This cookbook includes 30 simple, healthy, and flavorful Korean vegetarian recipes (25 of which can be made vegan) along with a photo of each recipe. It is a guide for exploring Korean home cooking that proudly features vegetables at the center. Find out how fresh, seasonal ingredients meet with a handful of fermented, aged Korean

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This cookbook includes 30 simple, healthy, and flavorful Korean vegetarian recipes (25 of which can be made vegan) along with a photo of each recipe. It is a guide for exploring Korean home cooking that proudly features vegetables at the center.
Find out how fresh, seasonal ingredients meet with a handful of fermented, aged Korean sauces and together, they create a whole spectrum of flavors from deeply hearty to refreshingly piquant. All of the recipes are updated for home cooks in the U.S., and are tagged for common dietary concerns such as vegan, gluten-free, and nut-free, and spicy for easy reference.
You will be able to mix and match different seasonings and ingredients from the recipes in this cookbook and beyond, so you can cook Korean dishes with a few essential Korean ingredients and locally available vegetables. With this cookbook, gain confidence to create your own Korean dishes just like Koreans do!

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Joseph Schiavulli says:

Easy & authentic Korean recipes My wife and I went to South Korea a few years ago and really enjoyed the food, but the thought of actually making it at home seemed pretty daunting. This book has authentic recipes with easy-to-follow steps that made whipping up a Korean meal much easier than we thought it would be. I’m not a vegetarian but found I didn’t really miss having meat in the meal like I thought I would; the dishes are really flavorful and the protein from eggs, tofu, etc. was more than satisfying. So far we’ve made…

Annie says:

From learning the fundamentals of Korean cooking to adapting it for vegetarians and vegans….this is an excellent one! I, too, grew up with this food and this book is intensely nostalgia-inducing. I have to admit that I’m much better at eating than cooking in general and with my original source of Korean food (aka, Mom) half a world away, I’ve been mostly estimating/faking my way through cooking Korean food myself. So, finding this book was enlightening to say the least. The section on basic seasoning base is particularly helpful. Sometimes it’s so ingrained in you that you need someone else to categorize…

Leap4th says:

Instructions easy to understand Pictures & writing are pleasant. Instructions easy to understand. Substitutions are available & recipes are clearly marked.

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