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Korean Steak & Mushroom Tacos with Kimchi

July/August 2011

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The spicy, pickled flavor and crunchy texture of kimchi, the Korean cousin to sauerkraut, is just right on these Korean steak-and-mushroom tacos. Serve with steamed brown rice and sautéed bok choy with chile-garlic sauce.


Korean Steak & Mushroom Tacos with Kimchi Recipe

5 Reviews for Korean Steak & Mushroom Tacos with Kimchi

02/06/2012
Anonymous

Absolutely delicious combination of flavors. The spiciness of the kimchee, the beefiness of the steak, the savoriness of the marinade combine to make this a truly fantastic meal. We will add this to our standard repetoire and have it again and again and again

knockout delicious
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02/06/2012
Anonymous

Absolutely delicious combination of flavors. The spiciness of the kimchee, the beefiness of the steak, the savoriness of the marinade combine to make this a truly fantastic meal. We will add this to our standard repetoire and have it again and again and again

knockout delicious
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02/06/2012
Anonymous

Absolutely delicious combination of flavors. The spiciness of the kimchee, the beefiness of the steak, the savoriness of the marinade combine to make this a truly fantastic meal. We will add this to our standard repetoire and have it again and again and again

knockout delicious
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02/06/2012
Anonymous

Absolutely delicious combination of flavors. The spiciness of the kimchee, the beefiness of the steak, the savoriness of the marinade combine to make this a truly fantastic meal. We will add this to our standard repetoire and have it again and again and again

knockout delicious
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02/06/2012
Anonymous

Absolutely delicious combination of flavors. The spiciness of the kimchee, the beefiness of the steak, the savoriness of the marinade combine to make this a truly fantastic meal. We will add this to our standard repetoire and have it again and again and again

knockout delicious
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