10 Signature dishes for Korean Thanksgiving Chuseok from Sunil Sahu's blog

Chuseok is a Korean holiday that falls on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Lunar calendar. It is a time for families to come together and give thanks for the harvest. The holiday is also known as Hangawi and is one of Korea's most important holidays.

There are a few traditional dishes that are typically served during Chuseok. Some of these include:

1. Songpyeon: These are half-moon-shaped rice cakes stuffed with different fillings like beans, nuts, and seeds. They are steamed and then served with a sweet syrup.

2. Japchae: This dish is made with sweet potato noodles, vegetables, and meat. It is typically served with a sweet and sour sauce.

3. Kimchi: This is a fermented cabbage dish served almost every meal in Korea. It is spicy and tangy and can be made with different vegetables.

4. Bulgogi: This dish is made with marinated beef that is grilled or stir-fried. It is often served with rice and vegetables.

5. Galbi: This dish is made with short ribs that are marinated and then grilled. It is often served with rice and vegetables.

6. Samgyetang: This is a chicken soup traditionally served during summer. It is made with a whole chicken stuffed with rice and then cooked in a ginseng broth.

7. Jajangmyeon: This noodles dish is made with a black bean sauce. It is typically served with pork and vegetables.

8. Bibimbap: This rice dish is served with vegetables, meat, and an egg. It is often served with a spicy chili sauce.

9. Soondae: This is a blood sausage made with pig's intestines and blood. It is often served with rice and vegetables.

10. Hangwa: This traditional Korean dessert is made with different grains, nuts, and seeds.

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By Sunil Sahu
Added Aug 3



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