Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Recipe - Sweet and Savory Meals
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls are hearty and tasty, filled with rice, ground meat, and cooked in a delicious tomato-based sauce! Perfect for St. Patrick's Day.
How To Make Homemade Sauerkraut in a Mason Jar
When life gives you cabbage, you make sauerkraut — and homemade sauerkraut is a world apart from the stuff that comes from the grocery store.
A variation on the classic chicken and dumpling casserole, this flavorful main dish shows its Hungarian roots with colorful paprika used to season a sour cream sauce.
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Geot-Jeori Korean Fresh Kimchi Recipe & Video - Seonkyoung Longest
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe Korean Fresh Kimchi, Geotjeroi Today I’m sharing delicious fresh kimchi recipe- we call Geotjeori! Usually kimchi is fermented – pungent, sour, strong flavor. But this fresh…
Skinny Beef Enchiladas
These skinny beef enchiladas use shredded carne asada and a homemade red sauce for a healthy and authentic enchilada recipe.
The Most Creative Halloween Costumes
If you can’t stand the thought of being the 20th sexy cop to show up at your best friend’s Halloween party, you might want to take a closer look at the holiday’s most inventive and completely-homemade costumes. These people love Halloween and they know how to create a costume people will be talking about for years.
Pa Kimchi (Green Onion Kimchi)
I’ve shared sixteen kimchi recipes so far on this blog, and here’s another one! This easy kimchi made with tender green onions (also called scallions) is
The BEST Kimchi Fried Noodles Recipe & Video - Seonkyoung Longest
Kimchi Fried Noodles! You might had kimchi fried rice, but might not so familiar with kimchi fried noodles! They are equally delicious and if you are noodle
Traditional Green Onion Kimchi Recipe & Video - Seonkyoung Longest
Traditional Korean Green Onion Kimchi (Pa Kimchi) This green onion kimchi is probably one of the most easiest yet traditional kimchi recipe
While the majority of kimchi is left to ferment for months and possibly years, this recipe is a notable exception as it can be eaten right away. It’s briefly dipped in salt and sometimes drizzled with sesame oil at the end of cooking. People who prefer a milder, fresher kimchi will enjoy this unfermented yet flavoursome dish.