Saturday, July 01, 2006

Kimchi buchimgae

김치부침개, Kimchi buchimgae

김치 부침개 Gimchi buchimgae (Gimchi pancake)
This Korean cuisine is Korean style pancake made of Kimchi.
Flour and Kimchi are main ingredients of it.
Sometimes we add chopped onion, or other vegitables.
I saw someone adding sugar, but I would never do that.

Excellent for late afternoon's snack on a weekend day. :)

23 Comments:

At 2:31 AM, Blogger Felice Luftschein said...

I found your blog looking for gyeranmari recipes. Excellent food-blogging! After reading it, I'm feeling hungry!

You should include recipes when you can, for those of use that don't have any other way to eat Korean food.

I live in the USA, in rural Oregon, so most Korean restaurants are many miles away in the city, we do have two small Korean lunch restaurants though in the local college town.

 
At 3:13 PM, Blogger Hanti said...

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At 3:14 PM, Blogger Hanti said...

Nice to meet you Nick. Thank you for reading.

To be honest, I am not very good at cooking and I don't have many recipes of Korean food. But I guess I can translate some of the Korean recipes to English ones. I will try to include recipes next time.

It is exciting to meet someone who is interested in Korean food. :)

 
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At 11:06 PM, Blogger Sandy, 샌디 said...

May be the person who added sugar is an Indian or Singaporean. We have a dish called Roti Prata made of plain flour, or flour and egg. The more modern versions will include cheese and/or sausage. This is eaten with gravy or some people add sugar. I like it with sugar and gravy ㅎㅎ

 
At 4:21 PM, Anonymous ` ting + rain said...

Annyeong Haseyo! ^^

Just scanned through a few blogs about Korea and I found yours! (:

Please upload some recipes, like recipes for Kimchi (YUM) and Bibimbap!

I'm a Singaporean teenager who's crazy about Korea (and Korean food and culture) so stumbling upon your blog is really a blessing!

Thanks for providing me and many others with insights on Korea! ^^

Annyeong! (:

 
At 4:01 AM, Blogger Hanti said...

안녕하세요, 샌디님과 ting+rain님, 반갑습니다.

샌디/ So, if I add Kimchi to Roti Prata, maybe it's like kimchi buchimgae. Someday I would like taste Roti Prata.

ting+rain/ Recipes. Actually it was not me who made this buchimgae, so I am not aware of this one. Ok, next time I will try to add recipes.

 
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At 8:37 PM, Anonymous onno david said...

Just found your blog today it's wonderful. I just reading this blog nice very nice. This is a great and interisting recips. I love kimchi buchimgae. My mother makes kimchi buchimgae for diwali each year and everyone in our family loves it. Now your picture med me hungry. I am going to ask my mom to do it. I really want to eat them. yummy.... Thanks so much for sharing.

 
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At 9:44 PM, Anonymous Lalique said...

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Im searching links for korean gastronomy. Not much adresses on net.
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At 12:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello,
I am korean and I LOVE kimchi pancakes. I would type in korean, but my computer wouldn't let me.
Yummy! :)

 

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