5 South Korean dishes similar to Indian culture

  • Do you like Korean food? Here are some South Korean dishes that resemble Indian culture and can be easily prepared at home.

Published on June 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

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Korean dishes have gained worldwide popularity for its varied and aromatic flavors that have hit all the right places.  The craze of Korean cuisine among Indians, especially the youth group, has grown in India over the past few years and has contributed to opening Korean restaurants in different corners of the country.  Ramen is the only food that comes to our mind when we talk about Korean cuisine but did you know that there are many Korean dishes that resemble Indian culture.  Here is a list of some (Instagram)

Published June 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Korean dishes have gained worldwide popularity for its varied and aromatic flavors that have hit all the right places. The craze of Korean cuisine among Indians, especially the youth group, has grown in India over the past few years and has contributed to opening Korean restaurants in different corners of the country. Ramen is the only food that comes to our mind when we talk about Korean cuisine but did you know that there are many Korean dishes that resemble Indian culture. Here is a list of some (Instagram)

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Gamja-jeon and Aloo Tikki: Gamja-jeon is a delicious Indian aloe tikki, grated potatoes into panfried and pancakes. (Instagram / @ malvikas_kitchen / @ parifairry)

Published on June 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Gamja-jeon and Aloo Tikki: Gamja-jeon is a delicious Indian aloe tikki, grated potatoes into panfried and pancakes. (Instagram / @ malvikas_kitchen / @ parifairry)

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Kimchi and Achar: How Indians love their tasting Achars to add extra kick to their palate, Koreans live up to their kimchi.  They are both seasoned with spices and left to ferment.  After making it, you can serve it with a bowl of warm noodle rice.

Published on June 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Kimchi and Achar: How Indians love their tasting Achars to add extra kick to their palate, Koreans live up to their kimchi. They are both seasoned with spices and left to ferment. After making it, you can serve it with a bowl of warm noodle rice.

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Shaved ice and burf ka gola: both are popular street foods in their respective areas.  As the name suggests, they are sweets made from shaved ice, topped with flavored or dry fruits and fruits.

Published on June 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Shaved ice and burf ka gola: both are popular street foods in their respective areas. As the name suggests, they are sweets made from shaved ice, topped with flavored or dry fruits and fruits.

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Yakgwa and Imarti: Yakgwa and Imarti are both sweets.  The first one is made of wheat flour, the second one is made using Vigna Mungo / Blackberry (Instagram / @ bhavanatea / @ travel_for_flavour)

Published on June 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Yakgwa and Imarti: Yakgwa and Imarti are both sweets. The first one is made of wheat flour, the second one is made using Vigna Mungo / Blackberry (Instagram / @ bhavanatea / @ travel_for_flavour)

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Yaki Mandu and Gujia: Yaki Mandu is a deep fried pumpkin filled with meat or vegetables.  Gujia, on the other hand, is made with all-purpose flour and is stuffed with Khoya, Dry Fruits and Deep-Fried. (Instagram / @ e_steli / @ flavors_of_spoon)

Published on June 30, 2022 02:11 PM IST

Yaki Mandu and Gujia: Yaki Mandu is a deep fried pumpkin filled with meat or vegetables. Gujia, on the other hand, is made with all-purpose flour and is stuffed with Khoya, Dry Fruits and Deep-Fried. (Instagram / @ e_steli / @ flavors_of_spoon)

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