Glossary Y

The food glossary +++ 'Yufka', 'Yusi', 'Yakhni'
Yachae-mandu refer to dumplings stuffed/filled with vegetables . It is a Korean dumplings with vegetables as stuffing/filling.

Yachae-bulgogi means Bulgogi with vegetables , a Korean food made of Bulgogi served with vegetables.

Yakpab was called Hyangbap, Michan and Japkwaban for its unique taste and aroma . It is one of the traditional foods from Korea, particularly from Kaesong. Yakpab is made by steaming glutinous rice in an earthenware steamer and mixing it with sesame oil, honey, sugar, dates, chestnuts and soy sauce . It was mainly served on holidays. Kaesong is a city of southern North Korea near the South Korean border. It boasts its peculiar traditional foods.

Yang Gobchang-Gui refers to broiled beef tripe and chitterlings. It is one of Korea's grilled foods. Beef chitterlings and tripe make good dishes for grilling/broiling. Fresh chitterlings and tripes are thoroughly cleaned, cut into 5 cm pieces, and seasoned with a mixture of oil and red pepper sauce . Then they are broiled on a hot oiled grill with garlic and onions.

Yeonggye-Baeksuk refers to a Korean soup made from a young or spring chicken stuffed or filled with ginseng, sweet rice, jujubes and other ingredients. The stuffed whole young chicken is then simmered until it is tender. Yeonggye-Baeksuk is translated to "Young Chicken and Ginseng Soup"

Yeolmu-Kimchi refers to a Korean dish, a young summer radish water kimchi that is popular in Korea as a summertime food. Yeolmu-Kimchi has a lot of water and is lightly seasoned. Yeolmu (young summer radish) which is the main ingredient of this variety of Kimchi has smaller roots and larger leaves.