Mullaengi Namul – Seasoned Watercress

물냉이나물 A very simple, quick, and easy side dish to add to a Korean Temple Cuisine meal. No animal products and none of the five “hot” vegetables. Degree of Difficulty Degree of Difficulty: Very easy Servings: 2 Cooking Times Preparation Time: 5 minutes Cooking Time: Inactive Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 20 … Read more

Hobak Namul – Fried Squash

A Korean Temple version of Hobak namul, this recipe omits the garlic and green onion commonly found in other versions of this dish. Servings: 4 Ingredients 1 large zucchini — (about 3/4 pound) (or any long round squash) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil — (soybean, sesame, etc) Hot Sauce: 1 teaspoon gochujang — … Read more

Mixed Vegetables with Rice – Bibimbap

(비빔밥) This version of bibimbap omits all animal ingredients, and the five “hot” vegetables. Ingredients Per Serving 1 cup steamed white rice — (Korean, Japanese, or other short-grain variety) Doragi Namul 2 ounces dried pre-cut doragi — (Bellflower root) 1/4 teaspoon kkaesoogeum — (sesame salt) 1/4 teaspoon sesame oil Gosari Namul — … Read more

Baechu Kimchi (Temple Cuisine)

This “Temple Cuisine” version of Kimchi excludes garlic and fish sauce, and presents a crisp, clean flavor that is a hallmark of much of Korean Buddhist Temple foods. Servings: 20 Ingredients 2 heads Napa cabbage — (about 5-6 pounds) 1/2 cup non iodized salt 1 small Korean radish — (Daikon) (about 2 … Read more