Korean food is full of yummy flavors and exciting dishes. Tofu is a big part of Korean cooking, making tasty meals in many different ways. This collection has the 12 very best Korean tofu recipes that are easy to make and super delicious. Get ready to explore these recipes that show how amazing tofu can be in Korean food!
Experience the delightful flavors of Dubu Jorim! This spicy Korean braised tofu recipe has all the elements you crave: a flavorful sauce, a bit of heat, and a simple cooking method.
Dubu kimchi is a Korean dish blending boiled tofu, stir-fried kimchi, and pork, resulting in a tangy and creamy flavor. Quick to make in just 10 minutes, it’s a delicious way to repurpose aged kimchi. This recipe can easily be adjusted for a vegetarian diet.
This Korean pan-fried tofu recipe offers a fantastic way to savor plant-based protein that’s both healthy and budget-friendly. You won’t need to press the tofu to achieve a crispy texture. It is one of the easiest and most hassle-free tofu recipes you can whip up at home.
I love preparing Korean Soybean Paste Stew (Doenjang Jjigae) whenever family comes over. It’s more than just a stew; it’s like a family reunion in a pot. The rich flavors and comforting aroma make it a perfect dish to share and enjoy together.
This baked Gochujang Korean tofu is crispy, bursting with flavor, and perfectly spiced. Pair it with your favorite veggies and fresh white rice for a quick and nutritious vegan dinner.
This dish is incredibly easy and quick to prepare, with a prep time of probably less than 15 minutes and a cooking time of about the same. If you have basic Korean seasoning in your pantry, you should be able to recreate this recipe in your kitchen easily.
Enjoy a straightforward Korean tofu salad served with a soy-based sauce. It’s easy, healthy, and refreshing!
This Vegan Japchae (잡채) recipe is a tasty, gluten-free, and vegetable-packed dish ready in under 30 minutes!
This is a delicious and spicy Korean classic! The heat in kimchi guk is also excellent for burning calories!
Ssam is a traditional Korean dish where fillings, typically proteins, vegetables, and rice, are wrapped in leafy vegetables such as lettuce, shiso, seaweed, or cabbage. These wraps are enjoyed with ssamjang and kimchi, offering a fun and delicious way to enjoy a healthy meal.
This bibimbap (Korean mixed rice) is vibrant, flavorful, nutritious, and incredibly easy to prepare.
This Vegan Kimbap showcases crispy fried tofu with seasoned and fresh vegetables! Create delicious homemade kimbap with this easy-to-follow recipe.
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