5 South Korean Dishes Similar to Indian Culture

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Posted Jun 30, 2022 2:11 PM IST

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

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Korean delicacies have gained worldwide popularity for their distinct and aromatic flavors that hit all the right places. The craze for Korean cuisine among Indians, especially among young people, has been growing in India for 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 mind when we talk about Korean cuisine is ramen, but did you know that there are several Korean dishes that resemble Indian culture. Here is a list of a few. (Instagram)

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Gamja-jeon and Aloo Tikki: gamja-jeon are grated potatoes that are pan-fried and made into pancakes, just like the delicious Indian Aloo Tikki.  (Instagram/@malvikas_kitchen/@parifairry)

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Gamja-jeon and Aloo Tikki: gamja-jeon are grated potatoes that are pan-fried and made into pancakes, just like the delicious Indian Aloo Tikki. (Instagram/@malvikas_kitchen/@parifairry)

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Kimchi and Achaar: How Indians love their tasty aachars as a side dish to add an extra kick to their palate, Koreans only live for their kimchi.  They are both seasoned with spices and left to ferment.  Once it is prepared, you can accompany it with a bowl of hot rice noodles. (Unsplash)

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Kimchi and Achaar: How Indians love their tasty aachars as a side dish to add an extra kick to their palate, Koreans only live for their kimchi. They are both seasoned with spices and left to ferment. Once it is prepared, you can accompany it with a bowl of hot rice noodles. (Unsplash)

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Shaved Ice and Barf Ka Gola: Both are famous street foods in their respective regions.  As the name suggests, these are desserts made from shaved ice which is topped with flavorings or dried fruits and fruits.(Instagram/@mother_of_kenshi/@khao_piyo_ghumo_phiro)

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Shaved Ice and Barf Ka Gola: Both are famous street foods in their respective regions. As the name suggests, these are desserts made from shaved ice which is topped with flavorings or dried 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 with wheat flour, the latter is prepared with vigna mungo/black gram.(Instagram/@bhavanatea/@travel_for_flavour)

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Yakgwa and Imarti: Both yakgwa and imarti are desserts. While the former is made with wheat flour, the latter is prepared with 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, dried fruits, and fried.  (Instagram/@e_steli/@flavors_of_spoon)

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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, dried fruits, and fried. (Instagram/@e_steli/@flavors_of_spoon)

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