Eat, Shop and Relax in Seoul We just came back from a week spent in South Korea - between Seoul, the 2018 Winter Olympic host and Jeju Island, here's a guide to our favorites... B uddhist temples meet designer boutiques - as South Korea's largest city, Seoul certainly has a claim on being one of the financial and [...]
Korean Food | Dolsot | Stone Pot - Dolsot is a stone cookware, usually made with granite, that is commonly used to make dolsot bibimbop. Bibimbop, or "mixed rice," is a dish consisting of steamed rice, assortment of vegetables, and meat (which is optional). In the dolsot version, precooked ingredients are placed inside the pot and heated over the stove or open fire. The rice sizzles and turns crispy while a cracked egg cooks against the hot stone as well.
Seoul is one of those cities where it’s not a challenge for Muslims to find a decent place to eat. Because of the presence of South Korea’s Muslim minority and the government’s strong policies safeguarding Muslim culture and practices, there are a lot of restaurants in Seoul that serve halal-certified yet traditional Korean food. Fret not, our dear Muslim travellers. Halal food is on the way! :D
You can create these Tasty KOREAN dishes - bubbling stone pots of fiery jjigae (stew), with ingredients from the stores listed in the GROCERY SHOPPING GUIDE at the All About Cuisines web site. #South Korean Food #South Korean Recipes