Korean Vegan Recipes

Kimchi Curious? Give This Twist on Korean Food, Brothy Bibim Guksa, a Try!

Kimchi Curious? Give This Twist on Korean Food, Brothy Bibim Guksa, a Try!

Curious about the Korean food kimchi, but not what recipes to try? This twist on a traditional Korean side dish, Bibimguksa, is an easy way to introduce kimchi to your dinner guests in the colder winter months. Made with noodles, a healthy dose of vegetables and (of course) kimchi, this brothy twist on bibim guksa is a wonderful introduction to Korean food.

Quick Pickled Red Onions (and Other Quick Pickled Vegetables)

Quick Pickled Red Onions (and Other Quick Pickled Vegetables)

Have you ever made pickled red onions? This simple condiment will transform your tacos, I swear! And don’t stop there. With this quick pickled vegetable recipe, you can pickle a variety of vegetables, including pickled carrots, cauliflower, green beans and…of course…cucumbers!

Vegan Bibimbap Bowl with Korean Tofu Crumble & Pickled Vegetables

Vegan Bibimbap Bowl with Korean Tofu Crumble & Pickled Vegetables

If you haven’t yet tried bibimbap, you’re missing out! Bibimbap, a Korean dish, means mixed ingredients (“bibim”) and rice (“bap”). Here, I’ve created a vegan version using a Korean-marinated tofu crumble and crispy rice. These ingredients are complemented by quick-pickled vegetables, roasted sweet potatoes and sautéed shiitake mushrooms. This vegan dish offers up a ton of flavor. It’s sweet, salty, spicy and a bit tangy with a ton of umami! It’s also a great dish to serve a crowd, offering up great aesthetics and the flexibility for each diner to build their own bowl.