Excellent 7 Hours Ago: Musttry Foods for Beginners
7 Hours Ago: Musttry Foods for Beginners
When I was in my early teens I had my first exposure to Korean street food. My friends and I would spend several evenings at their friend’s houses catching every Korean restaurant we could find in the city. They would leave us korean dishes so that we could taste what all the fuss was about. I can remember having a craving for something so sweet and delicious that I could not say no. After my friend left, I never stopped craving for korean street food until I got back to the states.
Back then, there was no way for me to get Americanized korean street food because my friend’s parents took great care preparing it for us. Tteokbokki, a korean street food snack made mostly of chewy, spicy rice cakes is probably the best thing I have ever tasted. I could not stop eating it. And so can you!
As I was growing up, my friends and I would make a wild effort to search for korean street food recipes and try to recreate them as best we could. This was actually very fun because I was able to learn a lot about various types of food along the way. For example, we once ended up making a soup that literally took us an entire day to prepare. The next time we attempted it, we actually managed to freeze the soup and reheat it several times over the course of one day.
Needless to say, I now prefer preparing korean street food by making it the way I would want to have it instead of trying to adjust the way my mother used to do it. For example, one day, my mom used to put in a lot of vegetables and meat into a pot of hot soup. On this same day, I decided to add lots of onions, garlic and korean style fish sauce. Needless to say, the end result was completely different from what my mother had made. Needless to say, we never stopped preparing that particular meal because we both knew that it must be a hit with our guests.
In addition to using words that are commonly used in Korean, you should also learn to use words that are rarely used but add flavor. For example, you will need to know how to create your own version of bulgogi, korean style pork ribs. You will most likely be creating your own version of what you would buy at the supermarket. However, if you use “bung” or “gary” in your sentences, it will sound awkward. You should therefore try to use either “yeo” or “gae” instead.
These are just a few tips on how to create sentences that sound more natural when writing Korean food. If you want to know more about the subject matter, you can always start by looking up some korean dish examples online. Try to use these tips while you are writing your sentences. You will not regret it because it will make you sound more Korean! That is why these are among the musttry foods for beginners.