That package of pre-cooked edamame from Costco is fine, but it’s just so bland. Spice them up with this easy edamame recipe, and you won’t be able to eat just one.
Can you boil water? If so, you can make this bean sprout side dish found in nearly every Korean restaurant.
Oh this must be the quintessential homestyle Chinese dish. This egg and tomato stir-fry becomes soupy when the juices are gently coaxed out of fresh tomatoes.
Smashing garlic cloves to release the peel is a well worn cook’s technique to relieve aggression. However, most are unaware that the technique can also be applied to unassuming cucumbers.
If you need more reasons to eat a wiener, this is it. Hot dog fried rice is real, for adults, and so easy to make. This is like an after school treat, but with a cold beer, it’s what every grown up needs.
Peppers and whisky. Sip on whiskey, and pop a pepper. Repeat. This recipe adds some Asian flare to the usual “blistered padron peppers with olive oil and sea salt.”
Korean melons, pronounced “chamoe” in Korean, are a unique fruit precisely for their crispiness, quite unlike any other melon.
You don’t need to go all the way to the bar. Just open a pack of dried squid and drink that sake at home.