Do you love Korean food but don’t have the time to make it yourself? If so, this blog post is for you. Here we will be introducing a few simple Korean recipes that can help spice up your weeknight dinners. These instant food recipes are quick and easy to prepare, which makes them perfect for those who lead busy lives!


Korean Ramen

To make either cup ramen or ordinary instant ramen, the procedure is essentially the same. Pour boiling water into a basin or pot and leave it for 3 to 4 minutes.

Water quantity varies according to the type of ramen, so check the amount stated on the package first.

Typical instant ramen needs 500-600ml (2.5-3 cups) water, and the quantity of time and water required for cup ramen varies considerably depending on the container’s size and material. So, if you’ve never had ramen before, it’s preferable to read the manufacturer’s description.

You will have more delicious ramen than anticipated if you follow the exact recipe, time, and amount of water specified by the manufacturer. This is because researchers carefully test new items and select recipes that appeal to consumers before manufacturers release them.


Soybean Paste Soup

Soybean Paste Soup (Doenjang Jjigae) is a classic Korean national dish made with soybean paste as the major component.

For minor components, tofu, zucchini, green onion, leek, onion, and cabbage are the most often used ingredients. Potatoes, red pepper, and enoki mushrooms are also utilized frequently. Beef is sometimes added to boost the flavor or seafood is included to enhance the soup’s taste. The flavor of Doenjang jjigae varies from family to family and restaurant to restaurant, with slight differences in the dish’s preparation and taste.

It’s one of the most difficult meals to prepare well, but with cutting-edge convenience food technology, it may now be readily eaten at home.



Bibimbap is a Korean rice dish that combines vegetables, meat, and gochujang (red chili pepper paste). And there are many recipes that taste completely different from one’s preference.

  • Super Simple Recipe
  1. Open the refrigerator and take out vegetables.
  2. Scoop the rice and put it into a large mixing bowl.
  3. Place all of the side dishes on top of the rice bowl.
  4. Add a tablespoon of red pepper paste (soy sauce, soybean paste, or ssamjang is fine if you don’t want spicy food) and one tablespoon each of sesame oil. You may need to add a little more by your preference
  5. If you add stir-fried beef gochujang and fried egg, it will improve the flavor of bibimbap.
  6. Combine all of the components together in a mixing bowl. And enjoy your exquisite bibimbap!
  • *Main vegetable ingredients: bean sprouts, cucumbers, bracken, carrots, mushrooms, onions, radishes, bellflower, spinach, and other vegetables.
  • *Seasoning: Red pepper paste (gochujang), sesame oil, stir-fried red pepper paste, soy sauce.

Don’t worry if you don’t have bibimbap ingredients on hand. You may also enjoy ready-to-eat bibimbap!

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