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5 South Korean dishes similar to Indian culture

Published on Jun 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST
  • Love Korean food? Here are a few South Korean dishes that are similar to Indian culture and can be easily prepared at home.
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Korean delicacies has gained worldwide popularity for its distinct and aromatic flavours that just hit all the right spots. The craze for Korean cuisine among Indians, especially the young crowd has grown in India since the past few years and has contributed to the opening of Korean restaurants in different corners of the country. The only food that comes to our mind when we talk about Korean cuisine is ramen but did you know there are several Korean dishes that are similar to Indian culture. Here's a list of a few.(Instagram) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jun 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Korean delicacies has gained worldwide popularity for its distinct and aromatic flavours that just hit all the right spots. The craze for Korean cuisine among Indians, especially the young crowd has grown in India since the past few years and has contributed to the opening of Korean restaurants in different corners of the country. The only food that comes to our mind when we talk about Korean cuisine is ramen but did you know there are several Korean dishes that are similar to Indian culture. Here's a list of a few.(Instagram)

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Gamja-jeon and Aloo Tikki: Gamja-jeon are grated potatoes panfried and made into pancakes just like delicious Indian Aloo Tikki.(Instagram/@malvikas_kitchen/@parifairry) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jun 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Gamja-jeon and Aloo Tikki: Gamja-jeon are grated potatoes panfried and made into pancakes just like delicious Indian Aloo Tikki.(Instagram/@malvikas_kitchen/@parifairry)

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Kimchi and Achaar: Just how Indian's love their flavoursome aachars as a side to add that extra kick to their palate, Koreans live for their kimchi. They are both seasoned with spices and left for fermentation. Once it is prepared, you can have it with a bowl of warm rice of noodles.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jun 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Kimchi and Achaar: Just how Indian's love their flavoursome aachars as a side to add that extra kick to their palate, Koreans live for their kimchi. They are both seasoned with spices and left for fermentation. Once it is prepared, you can have it with a bowl of warm rice of noodles.(Unsplash)

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Shaved Ice and Barf Ka Gola: They are both famous street foods in their respective regions. As the name suggests, they are desserts made with shaved ice which is topped with flavours or dry fruits and fruits.(Instagram/@mother_of_kenshi/@khao_piyo_ghumo_phiro) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jun 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Shaved Ice and Barf Ka Gola: They are both famous street foods in their respective regions. As the name suggests, they are desserts made with shaved ice which is topped with flavours or dry fruits and fruits.(Instagram/@mother_of_kenshi/@khao_piyo_ghumo_phiro)

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Yakgwa and Imarti: Both yakgwa and imarti are desserts. While the former is made of wheat flour, the latter is prepared using vigna mungo/black gram.(Instagram/@bhavanatea/@travel_for_flavour) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jun 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Yakgwa and Imarti: Both yakgwa and imarti are desserts. While the former is made of wheat flour, the latter is prepared using vigna mungo/black gram.(Instagram/@bhavanatea/@travel_for_flavour)

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Yaki Mandu and Gujiyaa: Yaki Mandu are fried dumplings stuffed with meat or vegetables. Gujiyaa, on the other hand, are made with all-purpose flour and stuffed with khoya, dry fruits and deep-fried.(Instagram/@e_steli/@flavors_of_spoon) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jun 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Yaki Mandu and Gujiyaa: Yaki Mandu are fried dumplings stuffed with meat or vegetables. Gujiyaa, on the other hand, are made with all-purpose flour and stuffed with khoya, dry fruits and deep-fried.(Instagram/@e_steli/@flavors_of_spoon)

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