2012년 6월 2일 토요일

korean food3 -Juk

Juk (Porridge)
Heugimjajuk (Black Sesame and Rice Porridge)
Heugimjajuk (Black Sesame and Rice Porridge)
Main Dishes / Juk (Porridge)
Heugimjajuk is a porridge of finely ground black sesame and non-glutinous rice. It is sweet in taste and easily digested, so it is a good nourishing meal. According to Oriental medicine, heugimja (black sesame) promotes health, makes hair healthy, and keeps weight off.
Jeonbokjuk (Rice Porridge with Abalone)
Jeonbokjuk (Rice Porridge with Abalone)
Main Dishes / Juk (Porridge)
Jeonbokjuk is a delicacy made of sliced abalone and non-glutinous rice. It has a sweet taste, nice aroma and is rich in nutrients. It has been served as a noble dish in the royal courts since early days. Blue jeonbokjuk is a special delicacy cooked with abalone entrails. It is blue in color and has a bitter taste.
Janggukjuk (Rice Gruel with Beef Broth)
Janggukjuk (Rice Gruel with Beef Broth)
Main Dishes / Juk (Porridge)
Janggukjuk is a thin rice porridge, made with pounded non-glutinous rice, beef and brown oak mushrooms. Janggukjuk is seasoned with soy sauce, and it literally means “soy sauce porridge.” It is high in protein and therefore good for recovering patients and the elderly.
Hobakjuk (Pumpkin Porridge)
Hobakjuk (Pumpkin Porridge)
Main Dishes / Juk (Porridge)
Hobakjuk is a porridge of boiled and sieved pumpkin, sweet red beans, soybean and rice cake balls. Hobakjuk is a typical Korean porridge; it stimulates the appetite with its sweetness and tender color. Hobakjuk is low calories and a good diet food.
Jatjuk (Pine Nut Porridge)
Jatjuk (Pine Nut Porridge)
Main Dishes / Juk (Porridge)
Jatjuk is a porridge of skinned and finely ground pine nuts, and non-glutinous rice. Jatjuk is sweet and soft. It has been enjoyed by kings in the royal court in olden days, and by men and women of all ages today. Pine nuts have a lot of protein and unsaturated fatty acid. Therefore, it is ranked on top of the whole nuts.
Patjuk (Rice and Red Bean Porridge)
Patjuk (Rice and Red Bean Porridge)
Main Dishes / Juk (Porridge)
Patjuk is a porridge of non-glutinous rice and sweet red beans that have been deeply boiled and strained. Patjuk is served on the winter solstice (dongji day) which has the longest night of the year. It is believed that the red color of the beans can expel devils, and get rid of slight sickness.
Kongjuk (Bean and Rice Porridge)
Kongjuk (Bean and Rice Porridge)
Main Dishes / Juk (Porridge)
Kongjuk is a porridge of ground soybeans and non-glutinous rice. It is sweet, soft and rich in nutrients. Soybeans originated from Manchuria, where Goguryeo had been founded. Therefore, Korea developed various dishes using soybeans.