Hoe (pronounced “Hei” with short “ei”) is a meat dish from Korean cuisine. This marinated fish recipe will remind you of ceviche, but with a lot more flavor going for it. It also is accompanied by a variety of vegetables, which only adds to the taste of this fascinating Korean hoe recipe.
This is a super easy kimchi recipe, you can whip up very quickly. It also ferments much faster, which means you can have your kimchi in less than a week! The whole truth about Kimchi is that you either love it or hate it. But I absolutely encourage you to give it a couple of tries with this Kimchi recipe before you might completely diss it. While many ingredients in this kimchi might turn you off (garlic, fish sauce, onions, radishes, etc.) always remember that you can either limit or completely omit these ingredients in order to have something that completely becomes up your alley. Ready to venture into this Kimchi recipe?
Do you have seasonal foods, desserts and salads you like? A lot of my friends do. But it seems like I do not really have that kind of division. I can eat herring during the hottest summer day or I can make Kuksi and Go’ja in the middle of the stormy winter.
I got inspired to make this easy and wholesome dish from one of our www.arbuz.com participants Beyazgul. Wanting to learn more about the dish, I did a little research of my own.