“Idiot-proof” Korean meals with Destination Dinners
Destination Dinners preportioned recipe kits might be your kind of Korean food if you have wanted to try your hand at making bulgogi (stewed sweet and garlicy beef) or japchae (sesame oil and garlic sauce with spinach over cellophane noodles) but aren’t quite sure you want to spend a lot of money buying items like sesame oil, gochujang (spicy red pepper paste) and soy sauce in bulk. (And you can’t afford roundtrip airfare to Seoul.)
Destination Dinners’ prefab recipe kits do all the work for you, from the recipe, to the ingredients. They even provide a shopping list for fresh ingredients, table setting suggestions and Tea & Trivia (information on origins of the dish).
It generally will take 3 – 5 days to process the order and another 2 – 3 days for the shipping. If there is a backorder or delay, we will notify you via email.
If you’re wary of getting singed from a failed foray into Korean cuisine, paying $25 to $30 for a ready-rationed recipe kit might be a cost-effective way to kindle a craving for Korean food.