K-Food Newsletter

Chaesojuk (Vegetable Porridge)
2024-05-28 17:13:15

The early development of grain-based dishes such as rice cakes, rice and porridge was influenced by Korea's agricultural heritage. Historical records indicate that porridge was consumed before the Goryeo Dynasty and was featured in various cookbooks during the Joseon Dynasty. There are around 40 types of porridge in Korea, each made by mixing different ingredients with grains as the main ingredient. In addition to rice porridge, porridge with multiple ingredients such as Job's tears, red beans, beans, mung beans, pine nuts, walnuts, chicken and pumpkin have been developed. Chaesojuk (vegetable porridge) is a basic Korean porridge made with rice and can be served with a variety of vegetables. Not only is it flavorful, it also provides essential vitamins, minerals and fiber, making it a nutritious meal choice. Its soft texture makes it particularly suitable for older people who may have difficulty chewing, adding to its appeal as a nutritious meal option.


'Chaesojuk (Vegetable Porridge)' 저작물은 "공공누리 2유형 출처표시 + 상업적 이용금지" 조건에 따라 이용할 수 있습니다.