12 thoughts on “KIMCHI SALAD”

  1. Hi Archana,I have heard of Kimchi,never tasted it.Looks great.
    Sia told me about your Naan cooker method,so here I am!:))Thanks for posting it.

    Hi Asha,
    Thanks for visiting my blog.Yes the Kimchi taste nice :)
    The cooker method is easiest. I was making the naans in the cooker till I got the electric tandoor :)

  2. I love Kimchi, but the version I’ve usually seen is red, yours looks interesting.

    Hi Sra,
    I have put less of chilli powder in the Kimchi, that’s why it is not looking red :)While the original recipe had lots, but we cannot eat so much chilli :)

  3. never heard of kimchi(he he…i like the name:)
    thank u for introducing korean cuisine archu:)

    Sups I came to know about it when I had it in the restaurant.Even I am surprised how I landed in Korea :)))))))

  4. Hi Archana, the salad sounds yummy. I can eat anything with garlic in it, love it.
    Have a great wknd!

    Hi Richa,
    Thanx a lot, you too have a gr8 weekend :) Yes there is a prominent taste of garlic in it .If you put moderate chilli powder , you can have it just like that. Thats what I did :)The Koreans put lot of chilli powder , but I reduced the quantity to suit my taste :)

  5. That looks really nice…I would love this as is! I bought some Chinese Pickled ginger last month, have you tried that?

    btw, where in India are you?

    Yes Trupti it tastes nice. I feel there are lot of similarities in taste with our own gobhi gajar shalgam pickle :)Chinese ginger pickle never tasted it . Is it sour or sweet ?
    I am staying on the out skirts of Delhi. It takes 50 minutes drive to reach Delhi :)

  6. I have also tried Kimchi salad at a korean restaurant and liked it…but never tried it myself…what a wonderful post , I can now try my hand on it..

    Also, I posted the pictures of muffins just now. Thanxs for being interested in the Monthly Cooking Tipology, I look forward to see your entry…


    This was my first attempt too in making the Kimchi.Yes I will participate in your event next month :)
    I saw the muffin photos , the muffins have come out really well :)

  7. I have been to Korea, and have eaten kimchi. Also – local shopping mall has Korean restaurants in it too. Kimchi is readily available everywhere in NW London. However, it is a very acquired taste (if you have not been raised eating it) in my opinion! Your variation sounds interesting. I would like to try it!

    Mine is a simpler version of Kimchi. I have never had ‘original’ kimchi, so I really do not know how the taste would be like :).Do try it and let me know :)

  8. HI Archana,

    I was just browsing through yr recipes for some lunch inspirations and … wow… I LOVE kimchi. The thing is that I have tried it several times before, with no success :( The traditional way is to let the cabbage ferment for 3 – 4 days prior to eating. Mine always rots or just tastes un-kimchi-like… So, this ‘quicky’ sounds very interesting :) Actually, your ingredients look the same (except for, as you already mentioned, the fish sauce instead of soy sauce). Except, th Koreans add tons of PAPRIKA powder (the strong variety), therefore the muddy coating and deep red color…

    Thanx for sharing :)

    Hi Zlamushka,
    I never fermented the kimchi , and also added just enough paprika we could tolerate :) Thats why the kimchi is not looking red. As a salad it was tasting gr8 . In fact I ate it just like that :)

  9. dear….
    i whould like to know where did i can buy this kind of recipe book. i can’t effort to look every day in inter net. i like to buy recipe book . please help me out. by the way i am from kathmandu, nepal and currently i am an in iraq.

  10. kimchi actually is usually fermented. That is what it actually is is not hot at all..Tried at a few places n at a Korean friend’s dinner. Wish there were good Korean restaurants in Delhi..

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