May 21, 2014

Korean Dinner at home!

Last Mother's Day, we had Korean dinner at home! We are a big family.  Eating out is not an option for us (12 adults, 15 kids and 6 yayas) especially during special occasions.

2 of our household helpers recently attended 25 Mushrooms' Korean Cooking class and we want to put their knowledge and skills to the test. Let's do this!

There's a lot of preparation needed for Korean cuisine.

Although they carefully followed the recipes, adjustments were still needed in the end. The Bibimbap looks very appetizing.  But when I was mixing it, I felt it lacks Gochu jang (chili paste) and Dashida (beef seasoning) so I added some more and cooked the Bibimbap to perfection -- yung may tutong!
Bibimbap

The Beef Stew was cooked perfectly! Yum, yum, yum!
Korean Beef Stew

We bought a whole pack of Chapchae noodles from the Korean store.  Since it was just repacked, the weight wasn't indicated.  Unfortunately, our beloved cook prepared all the noodles in the pack.  The recipe just needed 500g and I think the pack was close to 2kg. I already set aside half of it but still the sauce wasn't enough to coat all the noodles.  Sarap pa rin naman daw. 
Chapchae

We prepared 2 bulgogi dishes.  The chicken was for the kids and the spicy pork for the adults.  I did the final cooking for the spicy pork, I added more Gochu Jang and sesame oil. I made sure that the pork would have that appetizing glaze. I topped it with toasted sesame seeds.
Chicken Bulgogi
Spicy Pork Bulgogi

The last one we cooked was the Pajeon.  All I can say is, "practice makes perfect."  The 1st was not picture-perfect. Here's our 2nd attempt. Then it gets better after.
Pajeon

I also bought this authentic homemade Kimchi from the Korean store.
Kimchi

It was a Korean Feast for us.  We even had the Beef Bulgogi on-the-spot-cooking!

Beef Bulgogi

Our Korean Feast was a great hit.  We had a "repeat performance" of the bibimbap, spicy pork bulgogi and chapchae (remember the excess cooked noodles) again today! I'm super full again.  Finishing this post because I still can't sleep.

If you want to enroll your household helpers, you may contact Rochelle of 25 Mushrooms.

25 Mushrooms Kitchen Cooking classes for Househelp
Call 6314822/09178272525 Rochelle
P1100/person 
10am-3pm

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