Korean traditional dishes served in New Year

27/12/2018   2.275  5/5 trong 4 rates 
Korean traditional dishes served in New Year
New Year is probably one of the biggest national holidays in Korea. Families and relatives get together and they pay respect to their ancestors. In addition, they also eat lots of food, play some traditional Korean games and give gifts to each other. Here are the best dishes that Koreans enjoy in the New Year.

  • Tteokguk


    A dish is eaten during the celebration of the Korean New Year. The dish consists of the broth/soup (guk) with thinly sliced rice cake. It is tradition to eat tteokguk on New Year's Day because it is believed to grant the consumer good luck for the year and gain a year of age.

  • Manduguk


    Manduguk or dumpling soup is a variety of Korean soup (guk) made by boiling mandu (dumplings) in a beef broth or anchovy broth mixed with beaten egg. Dumplings are made by rolling out thin circles of dough, creating a half-moon shape and filling them with a mixture of minced meat, vegetables, tofu and sometimes kimchi. The dumplings are then boiled in a broth traditionally made by boiling anchovies, shitake mushroom stems and onions.

  • Galbijjim


    Galbijjim is supremely tender and delicious Korean braised short ribs. It is coated with sticky, salty, sweet, and nutty sauce. As galbijjim is usually made from only the center part of ribs from a calf while the rib ends used to make soup stock, galbi was more expensive than other cuts of beef in South Korea and has been regarded as a high-class dish.

  • Japchae


    A glass noodle with a chewy texture (made with sweet potato) often stir-fried with crunchy vegetables, sesame oil, pepper and sugar and added to jorim (a broth-based sauce). This makes its most frequent appearances at feasts and potlucks and has a mouthwatering fragrance that a taste you’ll love.

  • Yaksik


    Yaksik means medicinal food. One of the key ingredients used is honey and honey was considered a medicine in the old days in Korea. Yaksik is moderately sweet and has a sticky texture. Nonetheless, it’s a popular Korean dessert often served during festive occasions.

  • Jeon


    Jeon refers to a dish made by seasoning whole, sliced, or minced fish, meat, vegetables, etc., and coating them with wheat flour and egg wash before frying them in oil. Jeon can be made with ingredients such as fish, meat, poultry, seafood, and vegetable, and be served as an appetizer, a banchan (side dish), or an anju (food served and eaten with drinks).

  • Sujeonggwa


    Sujeonggwa is a popular dessert drink. It’s infused with ginger, cinnamon and some sugar, so it’s sweet and has a mild gingery bitter taste. It’s known to help with digestion.

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