Here’s What 12 Korean Food Bloggers Cook When They’re Exhausted And Lazy AF

When you’re lazy AF but you want some Korean food.

1. Kimchi Fried Rice

A simple and humble dish made basically with leftover rice and kimchi past its prime. Recipe here.

2. Korean Rolled Omelette (Gaeran Mari)

It’s quick, it’s nutritious, and makes for a colorful side dish to any meal! Recipe here.

3. Spicy mixed noodles (Bibim Guksu)

Bibim Guksu is one of the most popular traditional noodle dishes, generally made with thin, wheat-flour noodles and kimchi. Best served cold. Recipe here.

4. Seaweed Soup

This dish is a traditional birthday meal in Korea, but it’s always good for any occasion!  Recipe here.

5. Cucumber Kimchi

There’s more than just one type of Kimchi. Cucumber kimchi has a fresh crunch to it than the rest! Recipe here.

6. Green Onion Pancake (Pajeon)

Pajeon is a traditional Korean-style pancake which splendidly pairs with refreshing Korean rice wines. Recipe here.

7. Seasoned Rice Balls (Joomuck Bap)

These seasoned rice balls are a portable, easy-to-make snack. Recipe here.

8. Korean BBQ (Bulgogi)

Bulgogi is widely popular, but did you know it’s so easy to make? It’s just beef, some delicious Korean sauce and a few green veggies with onions.  Recipe here.

9. Candied Sweet Potato (Matang)

Matang is a great side dish made of fried sweet potato coated in syrup. Recipe here.

10. Spicy Rice Cake (Tteokbokki)

They’re not just popular street food! You can easily enjoy them at home too! Recipe here.

11. Mixed Rice with Vegetables (Bibimbap)

Korea’s most famous traditional dish is ridiculously easy to make. Plus, it’s very healthy and delicious! Recipe here.

12. Dumpling Soup with Rice Cakes (Mandu dduk guk)

Just in time for the new years! Korean tradition has it that you won’t grow a year old without having a dish of mandu dduk guk. Recipe here.