gic person, this day can be a challenge.
By nature, Korean food is spicy and rich in the flavors of soy and sesame. Foods such as these can be life-threatening to my little angel. So, what does a good mom to do? We work with what we've got!
Here are some authentic Korean recipes that might be fun for you to try! Serve them with rice and you will have a complete meal!
1 medium winter squash, cleaned and sliced or cubed
1 T salt
1 onion, julienne
2/3 C maple syrup, to taste
3 T brown sugar
water, to cover bottom of pan
Place prepared pumpkin in a skillet with a lid. Add enough water to cover the bottom of the pan. Sprinkle with salt. Cover and cook over medium-low heat until beginning to soften or water starts to boil away.
Add onion, maple syrup, and brown sugar. Leave uncovered and cook until sugar melts into water. Turn heat to medium-high and cook until pumpkin is soft and sugars caramelize slightly. Remove from heat and serve hot or cold.
1/2 C cooked beets, slice (cut in half if they are large)
1/4 C red onion, julienne
3 T rice vinegar
1 - 2 T sugar, to taste
2 T water
Place all ingredients in a bowl and marinate for approximately 30 minutes before serving.